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Spring-Ford rallies late to down Owen J. Roberts

The Rams scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning en route to a 4-2 PAC Liberty Division win over Owen J. Roberts.

Nick Brauer finished 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs as Spring-Ford finished with just four hits. Ryan Fitzpatrick picked up the win in relief of Jake Zoller before Cole Webb came in for the save. OJR scored both its runs in the top of the sixth as Josh Fulmer finished with an RBI-double and a run scored.

Upper Perkiomen 10, Pottstown 1 >> Nolan Graber worked a two-hitter for five innings, and the Indians scored at least once in each of their at-bats to roll over the Trojans in their PAC Frontier Division contest.

Graber yielded just one walk in his mound stint, coming up with five strikeouts along the way. Tyler Stephen added a 4-for-4 bat good for two runs, and Brett Fullerton drove in two more UP runs off 2-for-5 hitting,

Perkiomen Valley 5, Methacton 4, 8 inn. >> The Vikings rallied from 4-2 down after four innings to eke out an eight-inning win over the Warriors behind Dylan Boyd’s four innings of scoreless relief.

Joe Gorla fueled the PV offense going 3-for-4 with an RBI. Methacton out-hit PV 13-10 but was undone by single runs in the seventh and eighth innings.

The Warriors had five players with two hits apiece: Perry Corda, Patrick O’Neill, Nick Wheeler, Jake Morello and Jake Tyson.

Phoenixville 3, Upper Merion 1 >> Kevin Cushing and Matt Osisek-Byrne teamed up to allow just three hits in Phoenixville’s Frontier Division win. Cushing gave up two hits and one run (zero earned) over 5-2/3 innings where he struck out seven. Osisek-Byrne came on in relief for 1-1/3 and struck out three, offset by a hit and a walk.

Devon Goryl, Zach Masalski and Quinn Danna each had a hit and an RBI for the Phantoms.

Upper Merion’s Matt Hutchinson took the loss, giving up three runs in four innings while getting only three hits from his offense. Matt Choi tossed three innings of scoreless two-hit relief.

Perkiomen School 14, Mercy Tech. 0 >> The Panthers got their Tri-County League campaign started in style, posting a no-hit shutout of Mercy Tech.

Zach Smith and Manny Ariza combined for the five-inning no-hitter where they combined for nine strikeouts. Jayden Kemp blasted a three-run home run in Perk’s 11-run third inning while Sam Glavin posted a hit, a run scored and three RBIs. Josh Cruz scored three times out of the leadoff spot.



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