Perkiomen Valley 22, Berks Catholic 12 >> Kat Kelley had eight goals, and Tyson Paige seven, to pace the Vikings’ non-league victory over the Saints
Meredith Finneran scored six goals, and Taylor Dimmerling and Brianna Spencer had two each, to lead BC.
Owen J. Roberts 12, Manheim Township 11 >> The Wildcats stormed back from a three-goal, first-half deficit to down their previously unbeaten opponent in a non-league showing.
Anna Dempsey and Danika Swech (two assists) each scored four goals as OJR outscored Manheim 7-3 in the final 25 minutes after falling behind 8-5. Eloise Gebert also scored for OJR, which got an 11-save effort from Mia Tornetta in net.
Manheim’s Lucy Suctee led the team with four goals in the loss. Maris Large added three goals with Skyler Dorenkame adding two.
Boyertown 16, Germantown Friends 8 >> The Bears outscored their non-league opponent 14-5 in the opening half before cruising to the victory at the “Checking for Cancer” tournament.
Hannah Wentzel led the scoring for Boyertown, finishing with three goals and three assists while Kate Kada, Hannah Mitchell, Amanda Diachynsky, Hailey Heimbach and Haydn Hallman each finished with two goals.
Jen O’Connor and Sydney Fox each finished with five draw controls with Diachynsky finishing with a team-high four ground balls.
Wilson 15, Spring-Ford 10 >> Wilson outscored the Rams 8-3 in the final 25 minutes to come away with a non-league victory.
Camryn Jones registered a hat trick to go along with two assists while Olivia Yeagle (three assists) and Lauren Mensch each scored twice for Spring-Ford. Erin Connelly, Anja Sweeney and Cassie Marte also scored for the Rams.
Kamille Ward made 14 saves.
Hill School 16, Shipley 10 >> Bree Gorman hit the nets for four goals, leading the Blues’ offense in their non-league victory over Shipley School
Giavanna Tabarrini, Tatum Eccleston, Eileen Carmichael and Hannah Delahaye each scored twice while Makena Hanson, Ally Maner, Riley Bauer and Janet Chen added single goals. Gorman and Eccleston were each credited with pairs of assists, as was Erin Kelly. Annie Carroll had four of the Hill’s five goalkeeper saves.