Corinne Kenney and Rachel Gorman scored as Central Bucks South field hockey punched its ticket to states with a 2-0 victory Friday afternoon against Council Rock South in the District One Class AAA quarterfinals at War Memorial Field. The Titans, seeded second in the field, will face No. 14 Hatboro-Horsham, a Suburban One League Continental Conference rival, in the semifinals on Wednesday. The winner will take on either top-seeded West Chester Henderson or fourth-seeded Owen J. Roberts for the championship on Saturday at a time and place to be determined. The Titans fired off more than 20 shots and held a decisive advantage in corners, 20-5, on Friday.
Senior Erick Fiorelli scored right before the half as Central Bucks West field hockey advanced in the District One Class AAA tournament with a 3-0 victory over visiting Pennridge on Monday night at War Memorial. The Bucks will be back in action Wednesday at home against Downingtown East. Freshman Cadera Smith and junior Kim Hitchcock also scored for CB West.
Sara Reigh scored two second-half goals and Gabby Dontonville one as Quakertown field hockey got by CB East, 3-0, Thursday at War Memorial Field. Josh Schwarz assisted on both Reigh goals and Megan Thompson assisted on Dontonville’s tally at the 5:48 mark of the second half.
South Hunterdon field hockey powered to a 6-1 victory Tuesday over guest Mount Saint Mary. The win clinched at least a share of the Skyland Conference division championship for the 12-1 Eagles. Kaycee Zelkovsky scored three goals and Brett Lelie added two for South Hunterdon. Amber Dey had three assists.
Quakertown field hockey bumped Souderton, 3-0, on Thursday. Sara Reigh scored unassisted at 16:28 in the first half, and Hillary Scott followed, from Becky Gerhart, a bit more than a minute later. In the second half, Gerhart assisted on Emma McLaughlin’s goal. The Panthers held an 11-2 advantage in shots.
Melissa Herd scored off of a reverse sweep in the closing minutes of the first half and Pennridge field hockey held on to nip visiting North Penn, 1-0, on Thursday. Natasha Nagel was credited with 10 saves in goal. Head coach Brieann Wolfe praised center back Madison Reiss for having a fantastic game.
Josh Schwarz scored four goals and Emma McLaughlin three as Quakertown field hockey roughed up Bensalem, 10-1, on Monday. Becky Gerhart added two goals and Chris Chookagian banged home one. Schwarz and Gerhart each also contributed two assists. The Panthers outshot the Owls, 24-2.
Becky Gerhart scored with 12:19 remaining in the first half as Quakertown field hockey held on to clip Central Bucks East, 1-0, on Friday. Josh Schwarz assisted. The Panthers owned a 12-8 advantage in shots. Maddie Calder was credited with eight saves for Quakertown, while Sam Gregorczack stopped 11 for CB East.
Maggie Dougherty, assisted by Kyle Chapin, knocked in the game-winner with 28 seconds remaining in overtime to give New Hope-Solebury field hockey a 1-0 victory on Thursday at Plumstead Christian. The Lions held a 13-4 advantage in corners and a 12-6 advantage in shots to remain unbeaten on the season.