Tuesday’s Roundups

Here’s Tuesday’s high school action.

Gia DeAngelo sparked Sun Valley volleyball’s District One opening 3-0 win over Penncrest. Terry Toohey has the story.

When Maris Hayes went down with a concussion, Taylor Buckley was asked to step up big for Garnet Valley girls soccer. Buckley did it again in a Jaguars win yesterday. Dennis Deitch tells you how Buckley did it.

Radnor girls golf’s Brynn Walker didn’t earn a medal at the PIAA Class AAA tournament, but she still had the best performance for a freshman since former Daily Times Golfer of the Year Aurora Kan. Tom McNichol explains how it happened.

Stewart Mena got Upper Darby boys soccer on the board early, but the Royals couldn’t hang on in a season-ending overtime loss to Pennsbury. Matthew De George has the story.

Gretchen Seifried and Kate Reilly almost succeeded in helping Sacred Heart field hockey upset Merion Mercy, but the Lions fell in overtime. The rest of the high school action is also included.

Garnet Valley girls lacrosse hired Jenny Purvis as its new head coach. Read more on Purvis’ hire here.

Because we didn’t post it yesterday, here’s M0nday’s high school action, too.

Strath Haven field hockey got its “new season” off to a g0od start in a District opening win over Souderton. Matt Chandik has the story.

It took a little while, but Garnet Valley field hockey finally broke through for an insurance marker against William Tennent. Matt Chandik has that story, too.

Springfield golf’s Kyle Hakun overcame a shaky start to post a good day at the PIAA Class AAA tournament.

Cardinal O’Hara’s girls tennis tandem of Talene Brinker and Allison Salmon won the PCL doubles championship.


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