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Mercury-Area Boys Soccer Roundup: Pottsgrove beats Upper Merion in 2OT

Pottsgrove 3, Upper Merion 2, OT >> Nathan Yuchimiuk scored at the 4:08 mark of the second overtime to secure the Falcons’ Pioneer Athletic Conference victory over the Vikings.

Yuchimiuk’s game-winner was his second score of the day with Germann Larmond adding an unassisted goal to round out Pottsgrove’s scorers. Josue Perez and Sam Tepe registered goals for Upper Merion while Alan Castillo posted an assist.

Boyertown 2, Methacton 1 >> Alex Kidwell scored in overtime to cap the Bears’ rebound for a PAC victory over the Warriors.

After Phoenixville scored first in the second half, Kyle Sheahan converted a setup by Connor Reiss to make it a 1-1 tie in regulation. Reiss had the assist on Kidwell’s game-winning tally, and Connor McKeown’s two-save goaltending helped secure the win in a close game that saw the Bears outshoot their guests by a mere 5-3 margin.

Pope John Paul II 8, Pottstown 0 >> The Golden Panthers jumped out to a six-goal lead by the half and rode it to a PAC win over the Trojans.

Tim Faust registered a goal and an assist before spending time in goal to help preserve the shutout. Jordan Lombardo picked up a pair of assists.

Spring-Ford 6, Norristown 0 >> Tyler Holms’ hat trick keyed the Rams’ potent offense as they rolled over the Eagles in PAC action.

Holms, who was also credited with an assist, was followed in the scoring column by Ronnie Minges (one assist), Michael Hyduke and Johnny Guimaraes. Nathan Alban (two), Chase Parr and Nick Murphy were credited with other assists for Spring-Ford, which outshot Norristown by a 12-0 margin.

Phoenixville 6, Upper Perkiomen 0 >> Phantom goals were scored by Andre Souza, Phil Meszaros, Greg Flamma, Patricio Perez, Colin Hook, and Danny Jackson. Two assists came from Andre Souza, and one assist from Arun Sankar. Mitchell Coll kept the clean sheet with three saves.



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