Hannah Delahaye’s header in overtime gave the Owen J. Roberts girls team a 2-1 victory over Spring-Ford Tuesday night, clinched the Pioneer Athletic Conference Liberty Division championship in the process.
Kenzie Milne gave Owen J. Roberts a lead on a shot from distance late in the second half but Spring-Ford’s Ella Curry leveled the match with just 2:24 to play, forcing overtime.
OJR improved to 8-0-1 Liberty, 11-0-1 PAC and 15-0-1 overall, ensuring it the No. 1 seed for next week’s PAC playoffs, set for Tuesday at Owen J. Roberts. Spring-Ford goes to 6-3, 9-3, 10-4 but clinched a playoff spot.
Perkiomen Valley 2, Boyertown 0 >> Nikki Foller-Moll struck twice for the Vikings in a must-win over the Bears. PV improved to 7-3-1 in the PAC (8-5-1 overall) and is chasing a PAC wild card place. Pope John Paul II is nearest at 7-4.
Phoenixville 1, Upper Perkiomen 0 >> Gabrielle Perrotto’s first-half strike held up as Phoenixville downed Upper Perkiomen, 1-0, in Pioneer Athletic Conference Frontier Division action.
Ella Stout registered four saves to pick up her third clean sheet of the season for the Lady Phantoms, while Hannah Landis notched four saves of her own for the Tribe in a losing effort.
Methacton 9, Norristown 0 >> Lauren McNichol’s two-goal outing headed a balanced, potent offensive for the Methacton girls soccer team Tuesday.
The Warriors had 12 players contribute goals and assists — or both. Kendall Ozorowski had one goal and two assists and Maggie Bordonaro added a goal and assist for Methacton. The Warriors’ other goals came from Jess Lineen, Julia McCann, Madia Mazzucola, Michaela Tommarello and Trish Patel.
Kate Evans (two), Misa Kasparcova and Morgan Richardson also getting credit for assists. For the Warriors, goalkeeper sisters Liz and Kate Greene combined for one save to earn the shutout.
Pope John Paul II 2, Pottstown 0 >> Julie Cherneskie and Julia Hull scored the goals that lifted the Goden Panthers over the Trojans in PAC Frontier Division play.
Assists were credited to Maddie D’Elia and Lauryn Rezza. Stacey Kormos needed to make just three saves in goal for the shutout while Emme Wolfel had 12 for Pottstown.
Perkiomen School 6, Del-Val Friends 0 >> Serena Diliberto’s two-goal showing led the Panthers in their Tri-County League roll over Delaware Valley Friends.
Sasha Vassallo, Rianne Moll, Cece Vassallo and Maddi Springman completed the scoring for Perkiomen, which opened a 4-0 lead in the first half.
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