Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (September 29): Abington’s Kenya Lucas gets 1,000th kill

girls volleyball

Abington 3, Hatboro-Horsham 1: Kenya Lucas had 11 kills, including a career 1,000th, and eight aces in a SOL American win on Thursday.

The Ghosts won in four sets 25-11, 25-12, 19-25, 25-22.

Sasha Moody added 13 kills and Mary Carter had 24 assists.

field hockey

Abington 1, Springfield-Montco 0: Erica Devlin scored in overtime to lead the Ghosts to a SOL crossover win over the Spartans on Thursday.

Devlin’s game winner came at 9:58 in overtime and was assisted by Maeve Link.

“I was really proud of how the whole team came together in overtime,” said Abington coach Katie Small. “It was our first of the season and they dug really deep, although you could tell they were tired. Caitlin Murcur did a great job at the net, scoring her third shutout in five games.”

Wissahickon 6, Lower Moreland 0: Kendall Crowley scored two of her three goals in the first quarter to lead the Trojans to a SOL crossover win on Thursday.

Riley Ball added two goals while Caroline Kirkpatrick had four assists and Ella Hummel had two assists.

North Penn 12, Bensalem 0: Laura Albert scored four goals and Caleigh Sperling added three in Thursday’s Knights SOL crossover win.

North Penn built a 5-0 lead in the first quarter and a 7-0 lead at halftime. Grace McGeehan had two goals in the first quarter, including the first goal of the game.

The Knights, improving to 6-5 with the win, beat the Owls 22-0.

girls tennis

Methactone 6, Owen J. Roberts 1: Hana Nouaime won the first singles 7-5, 6-3 to lead the Warriors to a PAC victory on Thursday.

Lauren Montgomery won the third singles 6-0, 6-0 while Methacton won all four doubles in straight sets.

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