Boyertown 16, Methacton 15 >> Sydney Fox scored a team-high seven goals as the Bears edged out the Warriors in Liberty Division play.
Maddy Siejk added three goals and two assists with Hailey Heimbach, Ashley Dierolf, Hannah Mitchell, Kylie Webb, Haydn Hallman and Amanda Diachynsky each figuring in with one goal.
Methacton was led by seven goals from Alana Cardaci. Jackie Cerchio finished with three goals and five assists with Addy Borkowski adding two goals and two assists.
Spring-ford 20, Norristown 2 >> Michaela Haney figured in on seven goals for the Rams in their PAC victory over the Eagles.
Haney and Camryn Jones each netted hat tricks for Spring-Ford, which also got pairs of goals from Anja Sweeney, Erin Connelly, Cassie Marte and Olivia Yeagle. Ashley Schools and Bree McIntyre did the scoring for Norristown.
Upper Merion 18, Pottsgrove 11 >> Quinn O’Malley, Francesca Lindelow and Molly Weygand scored four goals apiece during the Vikings’ PAC Frontier Division win over the Falcons.
Alison Shuster added a hat trick and a pair of assists while Riley O’Malley posted a pair of goals and three helpers in the win. Rella Staley contributed a goal and an assist. Brooke Saylor led Pottsgrove with six goals while Emily Williams followed with a hat trick.
Upper Perkiomen 14, Phoenixville 10 >> Mackenzie Gebhardt had five goals and three assists to key the Indians in their PAC victory over the Phantoms.
Hope Flack helped the UP cause with four goals while Liz Fox added two. Megan Gibbons, Katie Baker, Kendall Beatty and Becca Lewis shared Phoenixville’s scoring lead with two goals apiece.
Owen J. Roberts 9, Perkiomen Valley 4 >> Eloise Gebert scored a hat trick to head the Wildcats’ PAC Liberty Division win over the Vikings.
Danika Swech and Kelsey Kilgallon chipped in with two-goal outings for OJR. PV was headed by Anna Koniencki’s two goals and Devon Fleischmann’s 16 goalie saves.
Hill School 10, Blair Ac. 7 >> A 6-3 edge in second-half scoring proved the difference for the Blues in their Mid-Atlantic Prep League victory over Blair Academy.
Amanda Dupell, Leah Forrest and Hannah Delahaye each scored pairs of goals to lead the Hill. Annie Carroll (five saves) and Mariah Sweeney shared goaltending duties.
Daniel Boone 13, Schuylkill Valley 7 >> The Blazers claimed a non-conference win against the Panthers behind four-goal showings from Makenzie Witzel and Ashley Bonetz.
Madi Weiss and Ali Williams scored two goals apiece while Sydney Pajakinas scored once. Cameron Nicoline finished with four saves in the win.
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