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Mercury-Area Girls Soccer Roundup: Pope John Paul II downs Methacton, 2-1

Pope John Paul II 2, Methacton 1 >> Kayla Mesaros scored both of the Golden Panthers’ goals in a PAC win over the Warriors.

Mesaros scored off feeds from Monica Rapchinski and Casey Genovese during the opening half. Kyra Hardenburg scored Methacton’s lone goal off a feed from Julianna Keenan. Colleen Morton finished with 10 saves for PJP while Liz Greene made seven saves in goal for Methacton.

Boyertown 3, Phoenixville 0 >> The Bears broke through with three goals in an eight-minute span in the second half to dispatch the Phantoms.

Lauren Haley scored in the 67th minute, followed by Maddie Monka and Kylie Webb scores to improve Boyertown to 5-2 (3-2 PAC). Kaleigh Gallagher had an assist.

Spring-Ford 6, Upper Merion 0 >> Mack Mitchell scored a hat trick in the Rams’ shutout of the Vikings in PAC action.

Gabby Kane added two goals while Kelly Franz had a goal and an assist in the win. Jules Alessandroni, Laura Fazzini and Makayla Brant each had an assist while Amanda Byrd and Alex Hyduke combined for two saves in the shutout.

Owen J. Roberts 7, Pottstown 0 >> The Wildcats scored five goals in the second half to take a PAC match from the Trojans.

Mia Baumgartner and Mahogany Willis led the way with two goals apiece while Baily Hunt, Danika Swech and Sophie Marks each finished with a score. Emme Wolfel finished with 24 saves for Pottstown.

Upper Perkiomen 7, Norristown 0 >> Upper Perk scored twice in the first five minutes and took a PAC crossover win over the Eagles.

Mackenzie Gebhardt scored a hat trick in a seven-minute span while Kaitlyn Mundy had a goal and two assists. Other goals came from Kiersten Gregory, Jessie Fisher and Natasha Carpenter.

Barrack Hebrew 3, Perkiomen School 1 >> Sasha Vasalle scored the Panthers’ lone loss in a Tri-County League loss to the Cougars.

Isabelle Jacobson scored twice for Barrack Hebrew while Tamar Cahana scored once. Barrack outshot Perk 7-5 in the win.



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