Pope John Paul II 3, Villa Maria 1 >> The Golden Panthers stayed alive in their hunt for a District 1 Class 4A playoff spot with a win over Villa Maria.
Amanda Butera and Ashley Remington both tripled and finished with two hits as the Golden Panthers scored two in the bottom of the sixth to break open a 1-1 tie.
Alex Szpindor finished with two RBI. Remington got the win in the circle, tossing all seven innings allowing one earned on four hits while striking out five and walking two.
Boyertown 10, Norristown 1 >> The Bears pounded out 18 hits in their win over the Eagles.
Sarah Reinert and Kody Streeter finished with four hits on the day, Streeter knocking in a game-high four RBI as the Bears struck for four in the second inning before putting the game out of reach with a three-run fourth. Alyssa Acker homered to go along with her two-hit, three-RBI day while Juliana Ziegler also added four hits.
Steph Orman homered for Norristown in the first.
Perkiomen Valley 4, Methacton 0 >> Abby Wild allowed one hit and struck out 13 in a complete-game effort as the Vikings closed out their PAC schedule with a win over the Warriors.
Gillian Barrie finished the day with two hits and a run scored for the Vikings, which also got three hits and an RBI from Sela Fusco and two-hit performances from Wild and Kara Fusco.
Perkiomen Valley will be the No. 4 seed in the upcoming PAC playoffs Tuesday night at Spring-Ford. The Vikings will face off against the Rams in a rematch of last year’s conference final with Owen J. Roberts and Upper Perkiomen facing off in the other semifinal. Both games are at times to be determined.
Phoenixville 17, Academy Park 0 >> Jess Eldridge struck out 11 in throwing a one-hit shutout and also finished 4-for-4 (five RBI) from the plate as the Phantoms routed the Knights in non-league play.
Jess Anthony chipped in three hits for Phoenixville, which finished with 20 hits on the night. Jess Anthony went 3-for-5 with three runs, two RBI and a triple with Emily Buckwalter adding four hits and two runs scored. Susan Duncan, Tessa Lochetto and Katie Rutledge each finished with two hits in the win.