Phoenixville 7, Boyertown 0 >> The Phantoms lost just two games in the singles bracket on the way to their PAC sweep of the Bears.
Julia Gumieniak and Gina Brown had 6-0, 6-0 results at first and second singles, respectively, for Phoenixville. Boyertown’s best individual outing was at fourth doubles, where Raegan McDevitt and Riley Penna forced a tiebreaker outcome for Annie Absher and Kiley Mangialardi.
Perkiomen Valley 7, Upper Perkiomen 0 >> The Vikings won all matches in straight sets in their PAC contest with the Indians.
Olivia Newman and Emily Shoemaker had a 6-0, 6-0 win at first doubles, UP’s best individual outing came in doubles, where Bella Taylor and Aubrey Lutz won four games in the fourth spot.
Spring-Ford 7, Pope John Paul II 0 >> The Rams recorded a straight-sets sweep of their PAC match with the Golden Panthers.
Lucy Olsen and Emma Griffin led Spring-Ford with a 6-0, 6-0 showing at second doubles. PJP’s best individual effort was at third doubles, where Lydia Tewell and Kylee Smith won three games.
Methacton 7, Pottsgrove 0 >> The Warriors lost just two games through the lineup in their PAC roll over the Falcons.
Tina Prince and Karen Li won their respective second- and third-singles matches by 6-0, 6-0 verdicts. Three of Methacton’s doubles teams also posted 6-0, 6-0 wins.
Owen J. Roberts 7, Pottstown 0 >> The Wildcats won all contested matches in straight sets to roll past the undermanned Trojans in their PAC contset.
Maria Monteleone, Lien Nguyen and Reagen Amand headed the run with their sweep of the singles bracket, each player losing just two games. Roberts’ sweep of the doubles was a result of Pottstown not fielding teams past the first spot.
Daniel Boone 7, Schuylkill Valley 0 >> The Blazers continued their roll over Berks Conference opponents by sweeping the Panthers.
The best individual showing for Boone came from Rachel Haag at fourth singles, who handled Madison Kepner 6-0, 6-1.
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