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Glenn becomes third player in OJR softball history to reach 100 career hits

Owen J. Roberts’ Camryn Glenn became the third Wildcat in school history to reach the 100-hit mark in the team’s 15-0 victory over Upper Merion.

Glenn went 1-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI and collected her 100th hit with a sharply-hit single on a 1-0 count in the third inning. She joins Sam Garritano (Class of 2015; 122 hits) and Megan Hodgson (Class of 2010, 101 hits) as the only members in program history to achieve the feat.

“It feels really good to know that all the hard work you put in and all the time you spend trying to make your swing the best it can be really pays off,” Glenn said. “And now I just have to work towards my 101st hit and my 105th, etc. I’m really grateful for my teammates and coaches for the opportunities I’ve been given.”

Casey Walker went 2-for-3 with a double, two runs scored and four RBIs for the Wildcats, who scored 11 runs in the second and third inning before ending the game in the bottom of the fourth. Brianna Smith had two doubles and three RBIs with Brittney Dellaquila adding three hits (double) and an RBI. Bridget Guinan had a triple to go along with her two runs scored.

Dellaquila got the win in the circle, allowing one hit in her four innings of work.

Upper Perkiomen 13, Norristown 3 >> Sarah Heidler, Alexa Banner, Taylor Lindsay, Morgan Lindsay and Alyssa Sullivan each had two hits as the Indians pounded out 16 hits in a 10-run victory over the visiting Eagles.

Heidler added two RBIs and a home run in the victory, with Sullivan adding an additional two RBIs for the Indians, who scored nine runs in the first two innings. Morgan Lindsay added three RBIs and two runs scored.

Emily Moll got the win in the circle, allowing six hits and one earned while striking out five in six innings of work.

Perkiomen Valley 6, Pope John Paul II 1 >> Abby Wild tossed a complete game, allowing three hits while fanning 15 as the Vikings downed the Golden Panthers in cross-divisonal play.

Alex Vullings, Sela Fusco and Ashley Bangert all had two hits with Bangert adding three RBI in the victory.

Ashley Remmington got the loss in the circle. She struck out six in her seven innings of work.

Boyertown 11, Phoenixville 3 >> The Bears came back from a 3-2 deficit with nine runs in the bottom half of the fifth and sixth innings to come away with a win over the Phantoms in a cross-divisional contest.

Taylor Garcia swung the hot bat for Boyertown, going 3-for-3 with three runs scored and three RBIs in the victory. Alyssa Acker added two RBIs, along with Kody Streeter, who went 2-for-4 with two runs scored. Sarah Reinert added a 2-for-2 effort with three runs scored.

Jess Anthony went 3-for-3 from the dish for Phoenixville, which couldn’t overcome a five-error performance.

Methacton 22, Pottstown 3 >> The Warriors scored 18 runs after the third inning to down the Trojans in PAC play.

Daniel Boone 14, Twin Valley 10 >> Daniel Boone sent the Raiders to their second consecutive loss with a big win in Berks Section 1 play.




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