Here are the scores from Tuesday’s PIAA girls soccer and lacrosse semifinals.

Lacrosse scores courtesy of www.phillylacrosse.com

GIRLS SOCCER
Class AAA
Hershey 2, Council Rock South 1 (OT)
Cumberland Valley 4, Dallastown 0
Championship: Cumberland Valley (21-4-1) vs. Hershey (26-1) at Hersheypark Stadium, Friday, 7 p.m.

Class AA
Trinity 1, Saucon Valley 0 (2 OT)
Donegal 1, Allentown Central Catholic 0
Championship: Trinity (24-2) vs. Donegal (20-4-1) at Hersheypark Stadium, Friday, 1 p.m.

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BOYS LACROSSE
Conestoga 13, Manheim Twp. 4 (read the phillylacrosse.com report here; (thanks to Chris Goldberg of www.phillylacrosse.com)
La Salle College High School 15, Seneca Valley 3
Championship: Conestoga (23-2) vs. La Salle College High School (21-2) at Hersheypark Stadium, Saturday, 2 p.m.

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GIRLS LACROSSE
Radnor 23, Unionville 14
Springfield-Delco 14, Manheim Twp. 4
Championship: Radnor (25-1) vs. Springfield-Delco (23-2) at Hersheypark Stadium, Saturday, noon

 

The first round of the PIAA Boys Team Tennis Championships is complete.

Here are the brackets:

CLASS AAA

CLASS AA

Here are the related stories:

AAA
Council Rock North 5, Cedar Crest 0: Lebanon Daily News

Butler 5, DuBois 0

Cumberland Valley 3, Abington Heights 1: Carlisle SentinelScranton Times-Tribune

Radnor 5, Southern Lehigh 0: Allentown Morning CallDelaware County Times

Manheim Twp. 4, Wissahickon 1: Lancaster Newspapers

State College 5, Taylor Allderdice 0: Centre Daily Times

Conestoga 4, La Salle College High School 1: Philadelphia Inquirer

Shady Side Academy 3, Cathedral Prep 2: Erie Times-News

AA
Wyomissing 5, Loyalsock Twp. 0: Reading Eagle

Hampton 4, St. Marys 1

Donegal 5, Somerset 0: Lancaster NewspapersSomerset American

Moravian Academy 3, Wyoming Seminary 2: Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader

Sewickley Academy 4, Bedford 1: Johnstown Tribune-Democrat

Harrisburg Academy 3, Lewisburg 2: Carlisle Sentinel

Fairview 5, Mount Pleasant 0: Erie Times-News

Harriton 4, Lansdale Catholic 1

 

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The weekly lacrosse rankings from Chris Goldberg of phillylacrosse.com. Complete release below. Thanks again, Chris.

Haverford School maintained its hold on the top spot in the Pennsylvania Boys’ Media Lacrosse Rankings.

The Fords garnered 12 of 13 first-place votes in the All-Teams poll. Conestoga was second, and also retained its hold on the No. 1 spot in the PIAA Rankings, earning 12 of 13 first-place votes. La Salle, coming off an impressive 10-8 victory over Georgetown Prep, garnered one first-place vote in each poll.

The All-Teams poll includes independent and private schools that are not members of the PIAA.

Each week members of the media from Phillylacrosse.com, LaxPower and 11 newspapers throughout the state are voting on the top teams both in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association and the entire state for girls and boys.

Media members are voting from the following newspapers: the Philadelphia Inquirer, Delaware County Daily Times, West Chester Daily Local, Pottstown Mercury, Norristown Times Herald, Doylestown Intelligencer, Bucks County Courier Times, Allentown Morning Call, Lancaster Intelligencer, Harrisburg Patriot-News and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Week 4
Boys – PIAA

1. Conestoga (District 1) 8-1 129 points, 12 first-place votes (Prev: 1)
2. La Salle (12) 7-1 118 1 first-place vote (Prev: 2)
3. Springfield-Delco (1) 7-1 104 (Prev: 3)
4. Garnet Valley (1) 6-2 84 (Prev: 6)
5. St. Joseph’s Prep (12) 4-4 79 (Prev: 5)
6. Manheim Township (3) 9-0 55 (Prev: 7)
7. Pennsbury (1) 8-0 45 (Prev: 8)
8. Abington (1) 5-1 35 (Prev: 9)
9 Central Bucks East (1) 6-1 19 (Prev: 10)
10. Emmaus (11) 4-4 11 (Prev: 4)

Also receiving votes: Avon Grove (1) 6-2, Downingtown West (1) 8-1, Hempfield (3) 7-1, Penncrest (1) 6-2, Radnor (1) 6-2, Ridley (1) 8-1, Seneca Valley (7) 8-0, Spring-Ford (1) 9-0, Susquehannock (3) 9-0.

Boys – All-Teams

1. Haverford School (Inter-Ac) 10-2 129 points, 12 first-place votes (Prev: 1)
2. Conestoga (1) 8-1 116 (Prev: 2)
3. La Salle (12) 7-1 106, 1 first-place vote (Prev: 3)
4. Springfield-Delco (1) 7-1 91 (Prev: 4)
5. Episcopal Academy (Inter-Ac) 8-2 63 (Prev: 9)
7. Garnet Valley (1) 6-2 59 (Prev: 7)
8. St. Joseph’s Prep (12) 4-4 47 (Prev: No. 6)
6. Manheim Township (3) 9-0 29 (Prev: 8)
9. Pennsbury (1) 8-0 21 (Prev: NR)
10. Germantown Academy (Inter-Ac) 5-1 11 (Prev: NR)

Radnor remained the unanimous choice for the top spots in the Pennsylvania Media Lacrosse Girls’ Rankings.

The Red Raiders garnered all 13 first-place votes in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association and All-Teams polls, good for 130 points. The All-Teams poll includes private and independent schools that are not members of the PIAA.

Each week members of the media from Phillylacrosse.com, LaxPower and 11 newspapers throughout the state are voting on the top teams both in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association and the entire state for girls and boys. Points will be provided for the PIAA Polls.

Media members are also voting from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Delaware County Daily Times, West Chester Daily Local, Pottstown Mercury, Norristown Times Herald, Doylestown Intelligencer, Bucks County Courier Times, Allentown Morning Call, Lancaster Intelligencer, Harrisburg Patriot-News and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Week 4
Girls – PIAA

1. Radnor (District 1) 8-0 130 points, 13 first-place votes (Prev: 1)
2. Springfield-Delco (1) 8-0 117 (Prev: 3)
3. Strath Haven (1) 5-1 104 (Prev: 4)
4. Unionville (1) 7-1 91 (Prev: 2)
5. North Penn (1) 6-0 72 (Prev: 5)
6. Great Valley (1) 7-0 71 (Prev: 6)
7. Archbishop Carroll (12) 3-3 32 (Prev: 7)
8. Upper Dublin (1) 6-0 30 (Prev: 9)
9. Merion Mercy (1) 6-1 29 (Prev: 10)
10. Downingtown East (1) 5-2 9 (Prev: 8)

Also receiving votes: Archbishop Wood (12) 4-2; Bishop Shanahan (1) 5-0, Boyertown (1) 4-3; Conestoga (1) 6-2, Council Rock North (1) 4-0, Downingtown West (1) 5-3, Harriton (1) 5-2, Manheim Township (3) 8-0, Wissahickon (1) 6-1.

Week 4 Girls
All-Teams

1. Radnor (1) 8-0 130 points 13 first-place votes (Prev: 1)
2. Springfield-Delco (1) 8-0 117 (Prev: 3)
3. Strath Haven (1) 5-1 104 (Prev: 4)
4. Unionville (1) 7-1 91 (Prev: 2)
5. Notre Dame (Inter-Ac) 5-0 77 (Prev: 5)
6. North Penn (1) 6-0 59 (Prev: 6)
7. Great Valley (1) 7-0 58 (Prev: 7)
8. Penn Charter (Inter-Ac) 7-2 23 (Prev: NR)
9. Archbishop Carroll (12) 3-3 16 (Prev: 8)
10. Upper Dublin (1) 6-0 8 (Prev: NR)

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