Owen J. Roberts 20, Pottsgrove 2 >> Anna Dempsey scored a game-high seven goals while Eloise Gebert added a hat trick to go along with four assists as the Wildcats built a 17-1 halftime advantage before cruising to the victory.
Olivia LeClaire and Anna Lavelle each scored twice with Kelsey Kilgallon, Rachel Sharpe, Ryleigh Kqira, Frankie Carroll, Danika Swech and Maddi Koury each scoring once.
Pottsgrove received goals from Brooke Saylor and Jenna Boyle.
Pope John Paul II 22, Norristown 4 >> Monica Rapchinski scored a game-high five goals while Grace Bruder added four goals and an assist as the Golden Panthers rolled over the Eagles.
Julia Latoff added a hat trick with an assist with Kaleigh Shaunessy and Lauren Bello each adding two goals.
Gia Pisano made two saves with Charlotte Williamson making four saves for PJP.
Ashley Schools had a hat trick for Norristown.
Methacton 18, Phoenixville 5 >> Alana Cardaci got it going on the scoresheet with five goals as Methacton ran out to a 12-3 lead at the half en route to the big win over the Phantoms.
Aubrey Hazlett scored three times in the win, with the Warriors also receiving goals from Jackie Cerchio (seven assists), Stacie Rees (two goals), Anna Price (two goals), Sydney Tornetta, Liz Chipman, Macie McCarthy, Addy Borkowski and Julie Byrne (seven draw controls).
Carly Michaud scored twice for Phoenixville.
Spring-Ford 19, Pottstown 6 >> Jill Quigley scored six goals while Camryn Jones added five goals and an assist as the Rams downed the Trojans.
Olivia Yeagle registered a hat trick to go along with two assists for the Rams, which built a 14-3 lead at the half. Cassie Marte scored twice and added three assists with Natalie Wechter, Alyssa Conway and Anja Sweeney (one assist) each scoring in the win. Kamille Ward made 15 saves.
Pottstown got a four-goal effort from Ebony Reddick. Da’Zah Regusters and Emily Iezzi also scored.
Perkiomen Valley 19, Upper Merion 14 >> Paige Tyson scored a game-high five goals while Sydney Marasco added four goals and four assists as the Vikings downed Upper Merion in a crossover division contest. Anna Koniencki and Alex Maurer had hat tricks for the Vikings, which also got goals from Kat Kelley, Caitlin Leap, Riley McGettigan and Alex Blomstrom.
Francesca Lindelow and Molly Wegand had hat tricks for Upper Merion. Allison Shuster, Riley O’Malley and Quinn O’Malley each scored twice.
Hun School 16, Hill School 12 >> The Hun School battled back from a 5-1 deficit to tie the game up at eight at the half before outscoring the Blues in the final 25 minutes to come away with the victory.
Bree Gorman and Amanda Dupell scored four goals for the Hill.
Delia Lauver led the Hun with a hat trick.
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