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Cardaci, Lucchesi pace Methacton past Boyertown 15-13

Methacton 15, Boyertown 13 >> Alana Cardaci scored five goals while Daria Lucchesi’s four goals and Aubrey Hazlett’s hat trick lifted the Warriors over the Bears in Liberty Division play.

Addy Borkowski, Jackie Cerchio and Liz Chipman each scored in the win for Methacton, which got a 13-save performance from goalkeeper Rachel O’Toole.

Boyertown’s Maddy Siejk (three groundballs) led the team with four goals. Amanda Diachynsky added three goals with Haydn Hallman adding two goals and three draw controls. Sarah Didget made 12 saves in net.

Owen J. Roberts 13, Perkiomen Valley 2 >> Anna Dempsey scored a game-high six goals while Kelsey Kilgallon added a hat trick as the Wildcats raced out to a 10-1 lead at the half before securing the Liberty Division win.

Danika Swech and Eloise Gebert (three assists) also scored for OJR, which received eight-save goalkeeping from Mia Tornetta.

Perkiomen Valley’s Kat Kelley and Sydney Maraseu scored for PV.

Upper Perkiomen 16, Phoenixville 6 >> Upper Perkiomen’s Hope Flack scored a game-high five goals while Mackenzie Gebhardt added three goals and three assists as the Indians took home a league win.

Lauren Weeks, Erika Boyer (two assists) and Liz Fox (one assist) each scored two goals for Upper Perkiomen, which also got one-goal efforts from Courtney Bauer and Grace Lehman.

Phoenixville’s Kylie Crovetti led the Phantoms with two goals.

Pope John Paul II 21, Pottstown 9 >> Monica Rapchinski finished with eight goals while Grace Cobaugh added six more as the Golden Panthers downed the Trojans despite Ebony Reddick’s eight-goal day.

Kylie Cherneskie added a hat trick with Lauren Bello adding two goals in the win for PJP.

Upper Merion 15, Pottsgrove 4 >> Riley O’Malley had three goals while Allison Shuster and Francesca Lindelow each added two goals and three assists as the Vikings downed the Falcons.

Brooke Saylor scored three goals in the loss for Pottsgrove.

Spring-Ford 20, Norristown 1 >> Spring-Ford’s Jill Quigley led the way with five goals and two assists while Camryn Jones (five assists) and Anja Sweeney (three assists) each scored four goals in the win. Michaela Haney scored three times with Cassie Marte adding two goals. Mackenzie Doyle and Olivia Yeagle each finished with one goal and two assists.



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