Dom Lorusso always told his athletes that good things happen to good people.

On the final day of his 40-year coaching career, perhaps his team decided it was time to pay that lesson back.

The Valley Forge Military Academy baseball team sent Lorusso into retirement by throwing a combined no-hitter Thursday in a 10-0 defeat of visiting Phelps.

Lorusso, who has been the athletic director since 2007, has also served as the head wrestling coach and the director of health and physical education.

"Having coached for over four decades at the same school has given me the opportunity to be a part of one of the greatest professions in the field of education," Lorusso said.

Tri-County. Perkiomen School's 19th straight league title came in dramatic fashion as the Indians won 3-2 at West-Mont Christian on a seventh-inning single.

Angel Lopez hit one up the middle to bring home Junki Sierra with the game-winning run. Lopez went 2 for 3 with two runs scored.

Boys' Lacrosse

Jake Shapiro went 14 for 16 on faceoffs, helping top-seeded Radnor to a 10-5 win over visiting Central Bucks South, the No. 17 seed, in the second round of the PIAA District 1 lacrosse tournament.

Peter Donato scored three goals and Jack Wilson added two.

Great Valley 9, Abington 5 - Greg Merrill scored three goals and Tim Lamb added two to pace the eighth seed past visiting No. 9 Abington.

Upper Dublin 8, Bishop Shanahan 6 - Ben Winebrake scored three goals, and Drew Potts and Michael Rama had two apiece to lift the host No. 4 seed past No. 13 Bishop Shanahan.


Amanda Costello provided the offense, and Lindsay Gibbs made sure it was enough.

Costello drove in the go-ahead run in the fifth inning, and Gibbs tossed a two-hit shutout to lead Little Flower past host Conwell Egan, 1-0, in the quarterfinals of the Catholic League playoffs.

Costello's RBI single was one of just four Little Flower hits against Conwell-Egan's Gina Massaro. But Gibbs was even more untouchable. She struck out 11 and walked two.

In another Catholic League quarterfinal, St. Hubert clinched its seventh straight trip to the semifinals with an 8-1 defeat of visiting Archbishop Carroll. Winning pitcher Erica Ragazzone hit a three-run home to left center in the second inning to give the Bambies a 4-0 lead. She went 2 for 3 with four RBIs.