Upper Perkiomen 10, Methacton 3 >> The Lindsay sisters powered the Indians, combining for six hits and three home runs in a win over the Warriors.
Taylor Lindsay went 3-for-4 from the plate with two home runs and three RBI while freshman Morgan Lindsay added a homer to go along with her 3-for-4 effort from the dish.
Autumn Gahman added two hits and two runs scored for UP with Sarah Heidler and Olivia Young adding two RBIs.
Emily Moll got the win in the circle, allowing three earned on six hits while striking out seven.
Owen J. Roberts 5, Pope John Paul II 4 >> The Wildcats got a 2-for-3 performance from Casey Walker with three RBIs as they made a five-run second inning stand in a PAC win over the golden Panthers.
Brianna Smith, Brittney Dellaquila and Nicole MacMullin also had hits for OJR. Dellaquila got the win in the circle, striking out three in her complete-game effort.
Amanda Butera (RBI), Nicole Bowen (RBI), Alex Szpindor (RBI) and Ashley Haggerty each had two hits for PJP, which couldn’t push across the tying run after scoring two in the top of the seventh.
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Perkiomen Valley 3, Pottsgrove 0 >> Abby Wild allowed two hits while striking out 12 in a complete-game shutout as the Vikings defeated the Falcons in PAC play.
Gillian Barrie went 3-for-4 with a run scored in the win, which saw the Vikings crank out nine hits while scoring two runs in the third and an insurance run in the seventh. Wild cruised through the Falcons lineup, only allowing two hits to leadoff hitter Rachel Cherubini.
Rayna Markle was solid in the circle for Pottsgrove, allowing three runs while striking out one.
Spring-Ford 11, Upper Merion 1 >> Spring-Ford struck for runs in all but one inning as the Rams downed the Vikings in PAC play.
Sam Lindsay, Ashley Della Guardia and Megan Kern each finished with three hits for a Rams squad that finished with 16 on the day. Kern added four runs scored, Lindsay three and Della Guardia two in the offensive explosion. Sophia Cinti (2-for-4) and Morgan Maziarz (one hit, one run) each had three RBIs with Maddie Little adding two hits, an RBI and run scored.
Lindsay got the win in the circle, tossing three innings while allowing one hit and striking out three. Maggie McConney pitched two innings in relief, allowing one hit with Bri Kelly finishing it off, allowing three hits and one earned while striking out one in two innings.
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Boyertown 18, Pottstown 0 >> The Bears struck for 18 runs in the first two innings as they downed the Trojans in three innings.
Taylor Garcia led the Bears with a 3-for-3 performance with a double and four RBIs. Juliana Ziegler and Lauren Phillips each scored three runs while Grace Evan (2-for-3) added two runs along with Jillian Meitzler, Lauren Gabel (2-for-4) and Naiya Murrey.
Lauren Ferguson didn’t allow a hit in her three innings of work She struck out four.
Phoenixville 16, Norristown 3 >> Phoenixville jumped out early and cruised to a 16-3 victory over Norristown. Susan Duncan registered 5 base hits and Jess Eldridge gave up three runs on eight hits striking out nine.
Katie Rutledge went 3-for-5 with three runs scored and three RBI for the Phantoms, which used a nine-run sixth inning to put the game out of reach. Aubrey Valenteen added three hits and two RBI with Mel Capelli also adding three runs scored, two hits and two RBI.
Norristown’s Steph Orman was a highlight for the Eagles, hitting a home run. She finished with two RBIs.
Daniel Boone 3, Governor Mifflin 2 >> Heather Hall got the win in the circle while Sydney Hayes had a two-run home run for the Blazers, which are now 4-4 on the season.
Perkiomen School 11, Abington Friends 1 >> Ally Brauchle, Frances Del Toro and Maki Ashizawa each had two RBI as the Perkiomen School defeated Abington Friends in five innings.
Abby Glavin, Sarah Chiesa, Lena Felix, Juliane Haussmann and Del Toro each scored two runs in the win. Haussmann threw a no-hitter through five innings, allowing one run (zero earned) while striking out ten.