Owen J. Roberts 7, Pottsgrove 0 >> Meredith and Elaina Lee headed a strong showing in the singles bracket, which keyed the Wildcats’ sweep of the Falcons in their PAC match.
The Lees scored identical 6-0, 6-0 victories in their contests. The best individual showing for Pottsgrove came at third singles, where Ashley Livezey and Makenzie Murphy won six games.
Pope John Paul II 5, Upper Merion 2 >> After spotting the Vikings the top two singles contests, the Golden Panthers ran the table the rest of the way to score the PAC victory.
PJP’s doubles teams of Cara Deromedi/Dominique Marrecau (first) and Krislyn Milligan/Kelsey Pettine (fourth) had the best individual efforts, dropping just four games in their straight-set wins. UM’s points came from Amy Phanthavong (first singles) and Minali Tare (second singles).
Spring-Ford 6, Methacton 1 >> The Rams weathered three three-set matches, and a pair of sets that went to 7-5, on the way to victory in their PAC outing with the Warriors.
Tori Alexander’s 6-1, 6-0 win over Dina Nouaime at first singles was the best individual showing for Spring-Ford. Sydnie Markowitz got Methacton’s lone point at third singles.
Upper Perkiomen 7, Norristown 0 >> Carly Bernhardt secured a win at first singles as the Tribe swept past the undermanned Eagles.
Bernhardt posted a 6-2, 6-1 decision against Hannah Markley. Emily Brandt and Maddy Gochnauer closed out the singles portion with wins while Emily Moll and Abby Clifford took a 6-0, 6-0 decision at No. 1 doubles.
Boyertown 5, Pottstown 0 >> The Bears won all pairings in straight sets to prevail over the Trojans in this PAC match.
Lauren Steffa had a 6-0, 6-0 win at third singles to lead Boyertown. Gianna Epps had Pottstown’s best individual showing, with 10 game victories at first singles.
Phoenixville 4, Perkiomen Valley 3 >> Winning three of four singles matches enabled the Phantoms to nullify the Vikings’ stronger showing in singles and come away with a narrow PAC victory.
Two of Phoenixville’s doubles wins either went three sets or a tiebreaker, a 6-0, 6-3 effort by Jess Eldridge and Ashlyn Duda the best individual showing. Allison Newman and Nadja Townsend scored PV points at second and third singles, respectively.
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