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Spring-Ford bounces back to top PV; Cobaugh goes off for seven goals to lead PJP

Spring-Ford 14, Perkiomen Valley 8 >> The Rams got four goals from Camryn Jones and a hat trick from Cassie Marte en route to a victory over the Vikings in a Liberty Division contest.

Jill Quigley (four assists) and Anja Sweeney each added two goals with Olivia Yeagle, Michaela Haney and Mackenzie Doyle each chipping in one.

Paige Tyson had four goals for Perkiomen Valley while Anna Koniencki and Sydney Marasco had two goals apiece.

Upper Perkiomen 15, Pottsgrove 2 >> Mackenzie Gebhardt had a game-high four goals to key the Indians’ PAC victory over the Falcons.

Hope Flack chipped in with a hat trick for UP, with Erika Boyer and Courtney Bauer each tallying twice. Brooke Saylor and Allie Reppert did the scoring for Pottsgrove, which got 12-save goaltending from Mya Krueger.

Methacton 22, Norristown 3 >> Mackenzie Henry scored four goals to lead the Warriors in their romp over the Eagles.

Sarah Jones and Jackie Cerchio (four assists) added hat tricks for Methacton, which got pairs of goals from Alana Cardaci (two assists), Aubrey Hazlett (one assist) and Macie McCarthy.

Phoenixville 15, Pottstown 10 >> Kyra Trafford’s four-goal showing highlighted the Phantoms’ victory over the Trojans in league play.

Becca Lewis added a hat trick while Emma Visnov and Kendall Beatty each added two goals in the win.

Pottstown got hat tricks from Ebony Reddick, Emme Wolfel and Dazah Reguster in the loss.

Pope John Paul II 15, Upper Merion 10 >> Grace Cobaugh led all scorers with seven goals as the Golden Panthers ran out to a Frontier Division victory.

Lauren Bello added four goals in the winning effort, which also saw Monica Rapchinski chip in with five assists. Charlotte Williamson made 12 saves in net.

Upper Merion was led by a four-goal effort from Molly Weygand. Allison Shuster scored twice in the loss.

Gov. Mifflin 21, Daniel Boone 3 >> Makenzie Witzel, Rachel Schucker and Asley Bonetz did the scoring for the Blazers in their Berks Conference contest with the Mustangs.

Cameron Nicoline had a 14-save day in goal for Boone.

Perkiomen School 15, Westtown 9 >> Hannah Chiesa scored a game-high six goals and added two assists while Mikayla Matthews and Emalee Walsh each scored four goals as the Panthers cruised to a non-league victory.

Walsh added three assists, Matthews two and Sadie Butcher a goal in the win.



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