North Penn's Mike Buxbaum knocked off top-seeded Kevin Wang of Conestoga to win the District 1 boys' tennis singles championship on Saturday at the Healthplex in Springfield.

Buxbaum, seeded No. 2, won, 7-5, 6-4, in the title match. Unionville's Michael Furr beat teammate John Wu, 4-6, 6-0, 6-1, in the consolation.

In doubles competition, Conestoga's Jason Sutker and Eric Yen won the Class AAA title, and 2011 state champions Sam Borowsky and Max Blumenthal of Harriton won in Class AA.


Junior attack Andrew Wofford had four goals and two assists as Shipley topped Chestnut Hill, 13-7, in the first round of the Inter-Ac Invitational at Malvern Prep.

Ian McGibbon recorded 10 saves for his 14th win of the season. The Gators advance to visit top-ranked Haverford School in the tournament quarterfinals on Wednesday.

Also at Malvern, Drew Murray had six goals and Tyler Earley added three assists as Penn Charter beat Academy of the New Church, 15-5.

Nonleague. Chris Daly scored five goals and Craig Markman netted a hat trick to help Lower Merion defeat visiting West Chester East, 14-8.


Kevin McGowan's RBI double in the top of the seventh broke a scoreless tie and Haverford School rallied to top host Penncrest, 5-0, in a nonleague game. Pat Valentine posted the win as he struck out four and allowed one hit.

Matt Primavera hit a three-run double in the third inning and Chestnut Hill held on to edge visiting Peddie School, 4-3. Matt Kodnechak added an RBI and two hits. Mike Moriarty posted the win.

Vince Ceriale's two-out, two-run single in the sixth lifted Shipley over visiting Central, 9-8.

John LaPrise drove home five runs, including an RBI triple in the second inning, and Devon Prep turned away visiting Harriton, 9-6.

Suburban One. Kyle Wanger went 2 for 2 and drove in three runs as Souderton downed visiting Pennridge, 10-6. Scott Giuliano added a pair of RBIs and Ryan Gryzwacz had two hits.


Sarah Rambo scored the game's opening run in the fourth and then drove home two runs in the fifth as Methacton dropped host Boyertown, 3-1, in a Pioneer Athletic Conference game.