Owen J. Roberts 19, Methacton 6 >> The Wildcats clinched the No. 1 seed in the PAC playoffs with a victory over the Warriors in PAC play.
Eloise Gebert scored five times with Danika Swech and Kelsey Kilgallon each adding four goals as OJR built a comfortable 10-4 lead at the the half before outscoring the Warriors 9-2 the rest of the way.
Frankie Carroll added two goals for OJR, with Sophia Murray and Charlotte Lasak scoring once.
Methacton was led by three goals from Alana Cardaci and two from Jackie Cerchio. Anna Price scored once and added two assists. Rachel O’Toole made 14 saves in the loss.
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Perkiomen Valley 24, Norristown 5 >> Seventeen different players scored as the Vikings routed the Eagles to stay alive in the PAC playoff hunt.
Haley Cooper led the way with four goals, while Alex Maurer, Elizabeth McMahon, Kelly Owens and Sydney Marasco each found the nets twice.
With the win, the Vikings are a game ahead of Methacton (7-5) and Upper Merion (7-5) for the last spot in the playoff race.
Upper Merion 21, Pottstown 12 >> Francesca Lindelow scored a team-high eight goals while Allison Shuster added another five to go along with two assists as the Vikings defeated the Trojans in PAC play.
Riley O’Malley added three goals and two assists for Upper Merion, which also got two-goal games from Molly Weygand and Rella Staley.
Ebony Reddick led Pottstown with eight goals.
Phoenixville 17, Pottsgrove 15 >> Becca Lewis found the net six times with Kyra Trafford adding four goals as the Phantoms came away with a Frontier Division victory.
Brooke Saylor led the Falcons with a game-best eight goals to go along with three assists. Emily Williams added five goals while Mya Kruger made 13 saves in net.
From outside the PAC
George School 14, Perkiomen School 3 >> Hannah Chiesa scored twice and added an assist during the Panthers’ non-conference loss against George School.
Zora Biswell scored once while Emalee Walsh had an assist.
Germantown Academy 12, Hill School 11 >> Hannah Delahaye scored four goals and notched an assist during the Blues’ non-conference loss against GA.
Bree Gorman followed with a hat trick. Olivia Doody paced Germantown Academy with four goals while Maddie Burns had three goals and an assist.
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