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Kilgallon paces Owen J. Roberts past Spring-Ford

Owen J. Roberts 8, Spring-Ford 5 >> The Wildcats secured a PAC win over the Rams.

After trailing 5-2 at the half, Spring-Ford rallied to make it 6-5 early in the second half, but OJR was quick to respond as Kelsey Kilgallon scored one of her game-high three goals to secure it. Behind Kilgallon, Eloise Gebert finished with a pair of scores while Anna Dempsey, Sydney Drumheller and Anna Lavelle each scored once. Mia Tornetta finished with six saves in goal.

For Spring-Ford, Cassie Marte and Jillian Quigley scored two goals apiece while Lauren Mensch and Camryn Jones had a goal and an assist, respectively. Kamille Ward made nine saves.

Gov. Mifflin 12, Upper Perkiomen 9 >> Hope Flack notched a game-high six goals during the Tribe’s non-conference loss against the Mustangs.

Grace Lehman had a goal and an assist while Courtney Bauer and Liz Fox each scored once. Allison Schaeffer and Hannah Stanislawcyzk scored five and four goals, respectively.

Wilson 18, Phoenixville 2 >> Julia Strobel paced the Bulldogs with six goals and three assists during a non-conference win over the Phantoms.

Perkiomen Valley 18, Southern Lehigh 4 >> The Vikings ran rampant during their non-conference win over Southern Lehigh.

Conestoga Valley 15, Daniel Boone 12 >> Mackenzie Witzel and Ashley Bonetz combined for nine goals during the Blazers’ non-conference loss against Conestoga Valley.

Bonetz finished with five goals and an assist while Witzel scored four times and added three assists. Olivia Cozzone and Ali Williams each scored once while Cameron Nicoline finished with 13 saves in goal.



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