Owen J. Roberts 3, Methacton 2 >> Taurean Lee’s two-goal showing keyed the Wildcats’ PAC win over the Warriors as OJR affirmed its place as a Pioneer Athletic Conference Final Four qualifer.
Graham Pugh added an unassisted score for OJR, with Austin Koury and Quin Poley getting credit for assists on Lee’s tallies. Kevin Conrad and Vince Delisi scored the goals for Methacton.
OJR will be the No. 3 seed for next Tuesday’s PAC semifinals, to be held at Owen J. Roberts.
Perkiomen Valley 1, Norristown 0 >> Matt McCabe’s first-half goal proved enough for the Vikings to claim victory over the Eagles in PAC play Tuesday.
McCabe scored in the 31st minute, the assist going to Ryan Dao. Andrew Daubenspeck needed to make only two stops in goal for his seventh shutout of the season, while Norristown’s Johan Morales turned away 15 shots.
Pope John Paul II 1, Upper Perkiomen 0 >> The Golden Panthers marked their Senior Recognition Day activities by scoring the win over the Indians in PAC action.
Colin Flanegin converted a penalty kick in the sixth minute of the second half to secure the victory. John Wagner made the single tally hold up with solid goal play.
Perkiomen School 6, AIM Ac. 2 >> Will Wang hit the nets four times to key the Panthers’ Tri-County League win over AIM Academy.
PK Arthur and Tobias Stalmann rounded out the Perkiomen scoring, with Daniel Jang and Sam Glavin each getting credit for pairs of assists.
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