Anna Pedicone had a goal and an assist while Hannah Lambert stopped three shots for her first shutout of the season as the North Penn girls soccer team defeated Strath Haven 4-0 Wednesday.
Julia Berry, Zoei Baines and Sophie Broadhurst also scored for the Knights (4-2-0, 2-1-0 SOL Continental), who have won four straight.
North Penn 4, Strath Haven 0
Strath Haven 0 0 — 0
North Penn 3 1 — 4
First Half Scoring: Julia Berry (NP) 7th minute, Anna Pedicone assist; Zoei Baines (NP) 17th minute; Sophia Broadhurt (NP) 29th minute.
Second Half Scoring: Pedicone (NP) 49th minute, Riley Houlihan assist.
Saves: Carly Perlman (SH) 11; Hannah Lambert (NP) 3.
Pope John Paul II 4, Upper Perkiomen 1 >> Kayla Mesaros registered a hat trick while Monica Rapchinski also tallied a goal for Pope John Paul II Wednesday.
Elizabeth Kropp collected a pair of assists for PJP II.
PJP II 4, Upper Perk 1
Upper Perkiomen 0 1 — 1
Pope John Paul II 1 3 — 4
Goals-Assists: PJP-Kayla Mesaros 3-0; Monica Rapchinski 1-0; Elizabeth Kropp 0-2; UP-Mackenzie Gebhardt 1-0; Taylor Kearney 0-1.
Saves: Hannah Landis (UP) 6; Colleen Morton (PJP) 5.
Corners: PJP 4; Upper Perk 2.
Perk Valley 8, Norristown 0 >> Sydney Marasco and Samantha Penny each scored twice as Perkiomen Valley shutout Norristown Wednesday.
Perk Valley 8, Norristown 0
Perkiomen Valley 5 3 —8
Norristown 0 0 —0
First Half Scoring: Allison Cappelli (PV) 5:25; Sydney Marasco (PV) 10:21; Kelsey Marino (PV) 17:20; Samantha Penny (PV) 21:00; Sophie Haas (PV) 35:56.
Second Half Scoring: Karlee Ruth (PV) 2:02; Penny (PV) 4:21; Marasco (PV) 12:04.
Corners: Perk Valley 5; Norristown 0.
Spring-Ford 1, Boyertown 0 >> Michael Hyduke broke the scoreless tie in the second half while Kyle Allen made seven saves as Spring-Ford blanked Boyertown Wednesday.
Spring-Ford 1, Boyertown 0
Spring-Ford 0 1 — 1
Boyertown 0 0 — 0
Second Half Scoring: Michael Hyduke (SF) 60th minute, Chase Parr assist.
Shots: Boyertown 10; Spring-Ford 10.
Saves: Kyle Allen (SF) 7; Connor McKeown (B) 4.
Hatboro-Horsham 2, Wissahickon 1 >> Danny Bateman scored twice for the Hatters and Joe Maiale put one in for the Trojans.
Nick Hatzenbeller had a solid game for Hatboro, setting up Bateman for a score.
Hun School 1, ANC 0 >> Michael Campbell scored the game’s lone goal.
Logan Leppo made eight saves to secure the shutout. Hun improved to 1-1 while ANC dropped to 2-1.
Hun School 1,
Academy New Church 0
Hun School: Michael Campbell.
Saves: Xander Pendleton (ANV) 9; Logan Leppo (H) 8.
Wissahickon 2, Hatboro-Horsham 2 >> Emily Vervlied came up big for the Trojans with five shots and fierce play in the midfield.
Maddie Elwell, with an early goal in the first half, was able to even the score late in the second to give Wiss an eventual tie at the end of double overtime.
Wissahickon 1 1 0 0 — 2
Hatboro-Horsham 0 2 0 0 — 2
Goals: W-Elwell 2.
Shots: Wiss 22; HH 10.
Saves: Hastings (W) 1; Klessel (W) 6.
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