Strath Haven waited until the last possible minute of Thursday's soccer match against visiting Penncrest to clinch the Central League championship.

Morgan Glassford, who assisted on Kristen Miller's game-tying goal in the second half, broke a 1-1 tie with 42 seconds left in overtime to give the Panthers a 2-1 win and their second straight league crown.

Penncrest had taken a 1-0 halftime lead on Paige Phillips' goal, and Miller, who assisted on the winning goal, scored after intermission to force the extra period.

Catholic. Conwell-Egan freshman Maddy Michaels slipped while taking a shot in the second overtime period, but the ball still slipped under the crossbar with 3 minutes left to give Michaels her first varsity goal and lift the Eagles to a 2-1 win at Archbishop Carroll.

Archbishop Ryan squeezed past visiting St. Hubert, 1-0, on Brittany Robinson's goal in the 49th minute from Scarlett Walsh, and Jasmine Gonzalez's four saves.

Lansdale Catholic stifled host Cardinal O'Hara, 2-0, with goals by Erin Brokans and Bryn Wassel.

Catholic Academies. Olivia Rosenberger knocked a loose ball into the net 3 minutes into overtime to end Gwynedd-Mercy's 2-1 win at Merion Mercy. Monarchs goalie Courtney Sullivan made a key save with 10 seconds left in regulation.

Mariana Solecki's first-half goal from Josie Mustin proved to be the game-winner for Mount St. Joseph in a 2-1 victory over visiting Nazareth Academy.

Inter-Ac. Kristina Zahan scored the first two goals, setting the tone for Episcopal Academy's 4-0 win at Agnes Irwin.

Field Hockey

Sophomore Moira Putsch, who returned to the Notre Dame lineup Oct. 3 after an ACL injury, assisted Victoria Monzo's goal and scored an unassisted goal 1:05 into overtime to beat visiting Merion Mercy, 2-1, in a nonleague game.

Early goals by Nicole Dominick and Megan Donegan helped Academy Park defeat host Friends Select, 2-0. Knights goalie Brianna Macauley made 10 saves.

Katie Woolf's second goal of the game for Morrisville was scored 5 minutes into the second half for a 2-1 win over visiting Solebury School.

Inter-Ac. Unbeaten Episcopal Academy (13-0-1) slipped past host Agnes Irwin, 1-0, on Giana Pileggi's five-save goaltending and Alana Dumas' goal from Carly Cicotti.

Catholic. Carlie Spaeder scored twice, and Grace Boston added a goal and three assists for Cardinal O'Hara during a 5-0 win at Archbishop Ryan.

Ches-Mont. Single goals by Maddie Boose, Danielle Castaldi, Haley Nelson (two assists), and Haley Swartz helped Downingtown East edge host Great Valley, 4-3.

Two goals and an assist from freshman Nikki Freeman aided Downingtown West's 3-0 win over visiting Kennett.

Central. Eleanor Kirby converted a penalty stroke and matched Katie Keyser with a goal and an assist apiece for Garnet Valley in a 6-0 win over visiting Lower Merion.

Jessica McCarthy's three-goal performance and two assists from Morgan Druce guided Haverford High past host Harriton, 4-0.

Catholic Academies. Villa Maria goalie Maddie Joyce managed three saves while anchoring a 5-0 shutout at St. Basil. Sam Mueller contributed a goal and two assists.

Unbeaten Mount St. Joseph (13-0) subdued host Sacred Heart, 5-2, behind Ann Burgoyne's four-goal game.

Pioneer Athletic. Alyssa Chillano cashed in on a penalty stroke 7:29 into the second half for the deciding margin in Spring-Ford's 2-1 win over visiting Perkiomen Valley.

Public. Sisters Francesca and Isabelle Campanaro scored goals, and Sarah Barbakoff assisted on three scores, steering Northeast past visiting Washington, 4-0.

Tennis

Katherine Loboda, Nadijah Campbell, and Tori Wholey each won 8-0 pro sets while helping Masterman beat visiting Frankford, 5-0, in the Public League playoff semifinals.

Christina Little's 6-0, 6-0 win at first singles started Washington's 4-1 win over visiting Northeast.

District 1. The Class AAA team semifinals and Class AA title match were postponed by rain and rescheduled for Tuesday.