Pope John Paul II 9, Upper Perkiomen 8 >> With their offense spread among five players, the Golden Panthers took the luster off milestone days by the Indians’ Makenzie Gebhardt and Hope Flack in claiming the PAC victory.
Monica Rapchinski, Grace Cobaugh, Lauren Bello and Mia Sheldon each scored twice for PJP while Julia Latoff rounded out the point production.
Gebhardt and Flack each numbered the 100th goals of their scholastic careers within their four-goal outings.
Charlotte Williamson made 17 keeper saves in a game that saw all the points scored in the first half.
Owen J. Roberts 19, Norristown 0 >> Another balanced, potent offensive outpouring was key to the Wildcats’ PAC romp over the Eagles.
Eloise Gebert, with three goals and assists, headed a lineup that got scoring from 13 players. Kelsey Kilgallon, Natalie DiStefano, Charlotte Lasak and Olivia LeClaire each scored pairs of goals while Anna Dempsey, Frankie Carroll, Deprise Hoopes, Danika Swech, Julia Lamb, Ryleigh Kqira, Megan McGee and Anna Laveille had solo tallies.
Cayden Jarvis, the third of three OJR goalies, made two saves to preserve the shutout.
Pottsgrove 11, Quakertown 8 >> Alyssa Petrucelli and Brooke Saylor each scored four goals to lead the Falcons in their non-league victory over the Panthers.
Erin Carroll completed Pottsgrove’s scoring with her hat trick. In goal, Mya Krueger made 12 saves.
Methacton 16, Plymouth-Whitemarsh 8 >> Daria Lucchesi netted five goals, emerging as the game leader in helping the Warriors double up the Colonials in their non-league contest.
Addy Borkowski chipped in with four goals for Methacton (5-2), which scored nine times in the second half to expand its 7-4 halftime advantage. Jackie Cerchio and Alana Cardaci each had hat tricks, and Aubrey Hazlett rounded out the scoring while Rachel O’Toole made six saves in goal.
Phoenixville 19, Interboro 5 >> Becca Lewis’ 10-goal performance was coupled by a four-goal game from Kyra Trafford to lead the Phantoms to a non-league victory.
Katie Sullivan added two goals while Carly Michaud, Natalie Rubino and Abby Simms each scored once for the victors.
Morgan Reed had three goals in the loss for the Bucs, who also got a two-goal effort from Molly Doebling.
Springfield-Montco 13, Upper Merion 10 >> Hat tricks by Molly Weygand and Francesca Lindelow were the highlight for the Vikings in their non-league loss to the Spartans.
Riley O’Malley kicked in with two goals and one assist, and Quinn O’Malley and Nelya Naida added single goals. Katie Frey had five saves in goal for UM.
Hill School 13, Friends Central 12 >> Bree Gorman netted four goals to lead the Blues in their narrow non-league victory over Friends Central.
Hannah Delahaye contributed a hat trick and three assists while Leah Forrest and Amanda Dupell each added pairs of goals. Eileen Carmichael and Ally Maner rounded out the Hill scoring as Annie Carroll made eight saves to key the Blues’ defense.
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