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Price, Tornetta pace Methacton past Pope John Paul II

Methacton 11, Pope John Paul II 9 >> The Warriors received hat tricks from Anna Price and Sydney Tornetta as they came away with a come-from-behind victory over the Golden Panthers.

Jackie Cerchio (three assists) and Addy Borkowski (two assists) scored twice for Methacton, which outscored the Golden Panthers 6-3 in the second half after trailing 6-5. Rachel O’Toole made nine saves in net.

PJP’s Monica Rapchinski finished with a game-high six goals.

Spring-Ford 20, Upper Merion 8 >> Jill Quigley scored five goals while Olivia Yeagle added four goals and two assists as the Rams made easy work of the Vikings in PAC play.

Cassie Marte and Natalie Wechter both added three-goal, one-assist games while Mackenzie Doyle added two goals and an assist. Anja Sweeney (one goal) finished with three assists for a Rams team that got seven-save goaltending from Kamille Ward.

Francesca Lindelow led the Vikings with four goals.

Pottstown 11, Marple Newtown 10 >> The Trojans came back from a two-goal halftime deficit to top the Tigers in a non-league showing.

Ebony Reddick led the way with nine goals and an assist for Pottstown, which also got a goal from Emily Iezzi (one assist) and Taylor Sundstrom.

Reilly Owens made 14 saves in net.

Owen J. Roberts 15, Locust Valley (N.Y.) 4 >> The Wildcats jumped all over Locust Valley during a non-conference matchup played in Orlando Florida.

Anna Dempsey led the way with a game-high five goals and an assist while Eloise Gebert scored four times and notched an assist as OJR jumped out to a 9-2 lead by the half. Frankie Carroll registered a hat trick while Anna Lavelle scored twice and posted a pair of assists. Mia Tornetta and Cassie Micklesavage combined for the win in goal.

Hill School 14, Mercersburg 2 >> Nine different players lit up the scoreboard during the Blues’ MAPL win over the Storm.

Bree Gorman, Giavanna Tabarrini, Tatum Eccleston and Amanda Dupell scored two goals apiece while Liz MacMurray and Hannah Spease picked up their first career goals. Annie Carroll, Mariah Sweeney and Megan Mikuen combined for seven saves as Hill blanked Mercersburg in the second half.

Perkiomen School 17, Solebury School 1 >> Hannah Chiesa and Mikayla Matthews scored six goals apiece during the Panthers’ non-conference win over Solebury.

Chiesa added two assists while Matthews had one. Emalee Walsh scored twice while Alex Campbell, Anne Coby and Zora Bissell each scored once.



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