STATE CLASS AA QUARTERFINALS
Neumann-Goretti 64, Dunmore 61: A.J. Timbers (11 points) made a three-pointer to give Neumann-Goretti its first lead of the game with three minutes remaining at Bethlehem Freedom. Sianni Martin (25 points) closed out the victory with a pair of free throws. Ciani Cryor added 11 points and 11 assists. Christina Acoworo pulled down nine rebounds.
Neumann-Goretti, which is ranked No. 1 in the nation by USA Today, will play Holy Redeemer in the semifinals on Tuesday, at a site and time to be determined. The Saints were the state runners-up last season. Dunmore won the District 2 championship.
Holy Redeemer 37, St. Basil 27: The District 2 runner-up closed out the first quarter on a 9-0 and went on to eliminate St. Basil at Bethlehem Freedom. Natalie Kucowski and Karen Lapkiewicz each tallied 12 points for St. Basil.
STATE CLASS AAAA QUARTERFINALS
Palmyra 54, Cardinal O'Hara 42: Mary Sheehan scored 12 points and Mackenzie Gardler added 10, but the Lions' season came to an end at Garden Spot. Palmyra, the District 3 runner-up, will face Central Bucks West in the semifinals.
Cumberland Valley 46, Abington 42: Siena recruit Deja Rawls scored 16 points but the Ghosts could not overcome the District 3 champions at Garden Spot.
STATE CLASS AAA QUARTERFINALS
Archbishop Carroll 77, New Castle 48: Derrick Jones piled up 22 points, 15 rebounds and six blocks to lead the Patriots at Chambersburg. Ryan Daly added 19 points and six rebound and Josh Sharkey dished out eight assists. New Castle finished fourth in District 7. Colin Daly returned after missing a month with a thumb injury and scored eight points, including two three-pointers.
Carroll, which reached the state title game in 2013, fell by one point to Philadelphia Electrical in the quarterfinals last year. The Patriots will face District 10 champion Cathedral Prep in the semifinals on Tuesday.
Haverford School 18, St. Paul's (Md.) 11: Penn State recruit Grant Ament paired four goals with six assists and Forry Smith added three goals and three assists to lead the host Fords, who are ranked third in the nation in U.S. Lacrosse's preseason poll. St. Paul's, which came in at No. 4, is the second Top 20 team to lose to Haverford School this week.