Spring-Ford 187, Owen J. Roberts 197 >> The Rams qualified for the Pioneer Athletic Conference’s championship match by outshooting the Wildcats Tuesday at Turtle Creek Golf Club.
Spring-Ford notched the three of the four lowest scores, headed by Connor Boham (34) and Ben Pochet (35) shooting below par on the par-36 course. John Lumley followed with a 38, one stroke ahead of teammate Thomas Freed’s 39.
Owen J. was led by Ward McHenry’s 37. Noah Calle and Connor Bedford checked in with 39s for the league’s fourth seed.
Top-seeded Spring-Ford will now face second-seed Methacton — a 193-209 winner over Pope John Paul II in their semifinal last Thursday — for the league’s playoff title 2 p.m. Thursday at Gilbertsville Golf Club.
Upper Perkiomen 217, Perkiomen School 246 >> The Indians posted the match’s three lowest scores to win their intra-community duel with the Panthers.
Anthony Boyle shot a 40 to emerge as low man for UP (7-6), with Macauley Swenk and Matt Sitko following with respective rounds of 42 and 43. Christian Westrom led Perkiomen with his 44.
Perkiomen Valley 219, Christopher Dock 251 >> Eric Martin and Thomas Lombardo shared low-man honors for the Vikings, who recorded the five lowest scores at Raven’s Claw Golf Course en route to a non-league victory over the Pioneers.
Martin and Lombardo checked in with 43s ahead of teammates Jared Hanson and Andrew Burkhardt (44s) and Ben Brewer (45).