Monday’s Roundups

Julianne Miele, Sam Moore and Meg Santoleri are all smiles after Archbishop Carroll's 20-4 win over Cardinal O'Hara in the Catholic League title game.  TIMES STAFF/ROBERT J. GURECKI

Julianne Miele, Sam Moore and Meg Santoleri are all smiles after Archbishop Carroll’s 20-4 win over Cardinal O’Hara in the Catholic League title game.
TIMES STAFF/ROBERT J. GURECKI

Thirteen up, thirteen down for Archbishop Carroll girls lacrosse. The Patriots claimed their 13th straight Catholic League title with a resounding 20-4 win over Cardinal O’Hara. In the Inter-Ac Invitational semifinal, it was another thriller between The Haverford School and Episcopal Academy. Tommy McNamara and Connor Black made sure the Fords punched their ticket to the final in a 9-8 win. The softball playoffs opened up with mixed results for Delco teams. Upper Darby used a seven-run third inning to rout Souderton, 10-0. The other Central League co-champion, Haverford, wasn’t as lucky as it couldn’t finish the comeback in a 5-4 loss to Avon Grove. Garnet Valley baseball All-Delco Dalton Mayberry had a lot on his mind, something he used as extra motivation to twirl a gem to beat Council Rock South, 1-0, in the opening round of districts. Marple Newtown isn’t pleased with its seed in the AAA bracket, something that’s stoking the Tigers’ fireAshlee Fuller‘s big day at the dish helped Bonner-Prendergast softball lead the rest of the action and also make it to the Catholic League title game for the first time since 2006.

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