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Mercury Boys Soccer Roundup: Spring-Ford Liberty champion

Spring-Ford 5, Owen J. Roberts 3 >> The Rams came storming back from down 3-1 to score the game’s final four goals and clinch the PAC Liberty Division championship. Brett Gulati had three goals and Colin Trainor had a goal and three assists for SF. Spring-Ford is 8-0-1, 11-0-1, 13-1-2.

Boyertown 2, Perkiomen Valley 0 >> Goals by Ryan Burkhardt and Colin Brisbois fueled the Bears’ shutout of the Vikings in PAC Liberty Division play.

Chris Davis and Gavin McCloskey were credited with assists on the Boyertown goals. Mason Kurtz made six saves in goal to secure the clean sheet.

Pottsgrove 3, Upper Merion 2 >> Ethan Pace figured in on all the Falcons’ goals as they edged the Vikings in PAC Frontier Division play.

Pace assisted on Collin Deckert’s game-opener at the 37:13 mark of the first half, later assisting on Caleb Hochstehl’s tally with 13:34 remaining in the first half. He then scored on a penalty kick with 31 seconds left in the game.

The Falcons (6-2-1, 6-5-1, 9-6-2) can win the Frontier Division with a win over Phoenixville Thursday.

Pope John Paul II 9, Pottstown 2 >> Sean LaPree and Zach Murtaugh each scored twice to help the Golden Panthers roll up a big victory on the Trojans in PAC Frontier Division action.

Salvy Marano (one assist), Brett Leighton, Calvin O’Neill, Ricky Gomes-Garcia and A.J. Williams also scored as PJP padded its 4-0 first half lead with five more in the second half.

Perkiomen School 3, Phelps School 1 >> Zach Kratz and Owen Taylor each figured on pairs of goals for the Panthers in their victory over Phelps.

Kratz and Brock Reber scored Perkiomen’s first two goals, with Taylor assisting both. The third came from Jayden Kemp, with an assist from Kratz.

West-Mont Christian 7, Coventry Christian 0 >> Sam Landis and Sergio Gonzales each scored pairs of goals to lead the Wings’ Atlantic Coast Christian AC romp over Coventry Christian.

Tyler Fox, Ezra Fagan and Caleb Fitzmier came up with solo tallies for West-Mont.




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