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Tyson’s six goals help lead Perk Valley past Methacton; Boyertown and Phoenixville score 18

Perkiomen Valley 11, Methacton 9 >> Paige Tyson scored six goals while Sydney Marasco and Anna Koniencki each added a pair of markers as the Vikings staved off the Warriors in a league showing.

Alex Maurer also scored for PV with Kat Kelley finishing with two assists, three draw controls and two groundballs. Abby Bergman had three draw controls for a Vikings team that received a 13-save effort from Devon Fleischmann in net.

Anna Price and Sydney Tornetta each had hat tricks for Methacton.

Boyertown 18, Norristown 0 >> The Bears ran out to a 11-0 halftime lead before cruising to a league victory over the Eagles.

Twelve Bears registered at least a goal in the win with Rachel Neff, Camryn Sheahan, Haydn Hallman, Georgi Saxon and Hannah Wentzel each finishing with two goals. Tiff Diachynsky, Kylie Webb and Sheahan had three groundballs while Jen O’Connor finished with two assists, five groundballs and seven draw controls. Sydney Fox finished with three assists to go along with six draw controls and one caused turnover.

Upper Merion 18, Phoenixville 8 >> A six-goal performance from Francesca Lindelow helped the Vikings push past the Phantoms in league play.

Riley O’Malley added four goals and two assists with Quinn O’Malley adding a hat trick to go along with three assists. Molly Weygand finished with two goals and 11 draw controls in the victory.

Phoenixville was led by Kylie Crovetti’s three goals.

Upper Perkiomen 11, Pottstown 4 >> Hope Flack scored a game-high six goals while Mackenzie Gebhardt added a four-goal effort as the Indians downed the Trojans in a league contest.

Erika Boyer added two assists for UP, which received an eight-save performance from Alyse Thompson in net.

Pottstown’s Ebony Reddick scored twice with Emily Iezzi and Taylor Sundstrom each scoring once.

Exeter 13, Daniel Boone 1 >> Ashley Bonetz had the Blazers’ lone goal in their Berks Conference loss to the Eagles.

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

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