Emma Dahle and Kate Forrest recorded hat tricks Friday, helping Friends' Central defeat Germantown Friends, 14-11, and win the Friends Schools League girls' lacrosse championship for the fourth straight year.
Ashley Tedesco added two goals and four assists and Jesse Rubin and Bianca Newton also scored twice for the Phoenix. Friends' Central goalie Aubrey Faggen made 13 saves.
Annie Tyson scored a game-high six goals and Schuyler Nissen added two for host Germantown Friends.
Independent Schools. Fran Fabiani scored eight goals to send host Springside Chestnut Hill to an 18-10 triumph over Baldwin in the quarterfinals of the Pennsylvania Independent Schools tournament.
Kitty Morrissey had four goals and Sinead Brierly totaled three assists for SCH in the game, which also served as the final Inter-Ac League regular-season matchup for the teams.
Inter-Ac. Jennifer Stack piled up five goals and fellow junior Hanna Bogorowski contributed three goals and three assists as host Germantown Academy edged Agnes Irwin, 14-12.
Emile Van Blarcom also had a hat trick for the Patriots.
Hannah Keating led Agnes Irwin with five goals, and freshman Kristen Burnetta collected three goals and three assists.
Rebecca Dempsey drove in three runs and went 2 for 3 at the plate in visiting Morrisville's 6-0 shutout of Lower Moreland in a Bicentennial Athletic League game.
Dempsey also doubled and scored a run.
Inter-Ac. Katie Wenger pitched a no-hitter and struck out 13 for Agnes Irwin in an 11-0 shutout at Germantown Academy. Lauren Fortunato went 4 for 4 with a home run, triple, and two RBIs.
Freshman Maddie Saltzman allowed one hit over five innings to lead Springside Chestnut Hill past visiting Baldwin, 7-0. Saltzman struck out three, walked none, and also doubled.
Nonleague. Kayla Quinn pitched a three-hit shutout and went 2 for 2 at the plate for Penn Charter, which topped visiting Springfield (Montco), 3-0.
Quinn had half of the Quakers' four hits, including a double, and stole two bases.
Penncrest girls' lacrosse player Kelsey Blackburn signed a letter of intent with Duquesne University.
Blackburn, a defender, started for three years on the Lions varsity and was an all-Central League honorable-mention choice this season.