A converted penalty shot by Jake Cross gave 10th-seeded Ridley a 3-2 win over No. 2 Central Bucks West in a Flyers Cup AA quarterfinal hockey game Monday night at the Hatfield Ice Arena.
Cross' winner came 5 minutes, 50 seconds into overtime, after a tripping call set up the penalty shot.
Nine minutes into the second period, Cross set up the tying goal with a pass to Nick Catona, who scored to make it 2-2.
Ridley's Michael Giampapa scored the first goal of the night off an assist by Catona. Central Bucks West's Patrick Smith evened things at 1-1 before the end the first.
Eddie Shields scored to give the Bucks a 2-1 lead in the second.
Brendahn Brawley made 30 saves for the Green Raiders.
In other AA quarterfinal action:
Leo Flick helped top-seeded Central Bucks South edge No. 8 Haverford High, 1-0, in overtime at the Bucks County Ice Sports Center.
Flick received the puck from Connor Matsinger and netted the winner 8:43 into the extra frame.
Aaron King was credited with 22 saves for the Titans.
Also at the Bucks County Ice Sports Center, Joey Kubachka recorded a hat trick, including a shorthanded goal and a power-play goal, and No. 13 Downingtown East cruised past No. 5 William Tennent, 6-0.
Jack MaGee scored once and added two assists. Jon Carreiro and Thomas Rocco scored a goal each to round out the scoring.
AAA. Eric Melso tallied the winning goal in overtime to give No. 6 Father Judge a 5-4 quarterfinal victory over No. 3 St. Joseph's Prep at Haverford Skatium.
The goal came 3 minutes into overtime, and was Melso's second of the contest. He also scored the first goal 6 minutes into the game.
Sean Wilson, who scored twice, and Christopher O'Donnell also scored for Judge.
A. Brandon Rosoff scored the go-ahead goal for No. 5 Wissahickon 31 seconds into the third period of a 5-2 quarterfinal win over No. 12 Hatboro-Horsham at Warwick Ice Arena.
The goal was Rosoff's second of the game, and was assisted by Matt Wilson and Dylan Alioto. Rosoff also scored the first goal of the contest 55 seconds into the first period. Jacob Segelbaum had the assist.
Other scorers for Wissahickon were Jake Flancer, Andrew Cade and Matt Wilson.