Thursday’s Southeastern Pa. roundup: Abington boys’ and girls’ soccer clinch regular season league titles
Thursday's top games and performances in Southeastern Pa.
Sean Touey recorded two goals Thursday as the Abington boys' soccer team clinched the Suburban One American regular season title with a 4-0 victory over Wissahickon. The Ghosts finished with a 15-1 record, avenging their 6-0 loss to the Trojans back on September 17.
Cillian Gilsenin scored the game-winning goal in overtime as Bonner-Prendergast clinched a playoff berth in the Philadelphia Catholic League with a 2-1 triumph over Bishop McDevitt. Facing a 1-0 deficit at halftime, Friars' Andrew Markopolous delivered the equalizer with 13 minutes left in regulation.
Bailey Moyer recorded two goals in the second half as Central Bucks West edged North Penn, 4-3. Colin Burn and Jack Galt also added goals in the second half for the Bucks, who faced a 2-0 halftime deficit. Dylan Smith made six saves for the victors.
Sandesh Tamang scored two goals as Furness edged Science Leadership, 3-2. Jose Gamez added a goal for the Falcons.
Mastery South shut out Lincoln, 2-0, thanks to a goal apiece from Chris Mondragon and Pah Shi Shi.
Camryn Lexow registered a hat trick as Abington clinched the Suburban One American regular season crown with a 5-0 win over Wissahickon. Casey Touey and Elizabeth Tracey each chipped in a goal while Olivia Oliphant recorded her fourth straight shutout in net. The Ghosts finished the year 13-1 overall and 12-0 in league play.
Ella Curry, Kelli Dombroski, and Hope Hanegin all scored as Spring-Ford topped Perkiomen Valley, 3-0.
Julie Cherneskie and Delaney Didier posted a goal apiece as Pope John Paul II defeated Upper Merion, 2-0.
Gabby Herschell collected all four goals in the second half to power Phoenixville to a 6-2 victory over Pottsgrove. Aubrie Breisblatt and Ameerah Green contributed a goal in the second half for the Phantoms.
Emma Kate scored on a penalty stroke in overtime as Upper Dublin upended Wissahickon, 3-2. Lydia Casey and Jenn McCarry each added a goal for the Cardinals.