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Owen J. rallies past Upper Merion; Liberty Division emerges victorious

Owen J. Roberts 36, Upper Merion 34 >> The Wildcats came back from a five-point halftime deficit to overcome the Vikings in a cross-divisional matchup.

Camryn Glenn headed the Wildcats with a nine-point effort while Olivia LeClaire added eight points for an OJR team that did just enough in the final minutes to come out with the win.

Upper Merion’s Jordan Wilson led all scorers with 17 points.

Owen J. Roberts

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
Olivia LeClaire40008
Hannah Clay10013
Maddi Koury00000
2Camryn Glenn40019
13Kylie Cahill30006
14Diana Rantz13405
22Maddie Albaugh01201
30Bridget Guinan00000
32Darby Stuart20104
 Total1547236

Upper Merion

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
Amya Anthoney21205
Kelly Burns00000
Megan Gebhart01201
Jessica Michael00000
Hailey Kozuchowski00000
Jordan Wilson656017
Maddie Harvey333211
Aaliyah Parson00100
 Total111014234

Spring-Ford 58, Pottsgrove 33 >> Sydney Wagner scored 16 while Abby Goodrich added 10 points as the Rams built a 40-14 lead en route to a convincing PAC divisional crossover victory.

In total, 11 Rams scored in Tuesday night’s win. Lauren Mensch, Lexie Nugent and Dez Engle each scored six points for Spring-Ford.

Pottsgrove was headed by a 10-point effort from Molly Galvin and nine points from Diana Randleman.

Pottsgrove

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
Morgan Scharneck00000
Summer Walker10002
3Jordyn Mayes20004
4Diana Randleman25909
5Savannah Lear10013
14Jenna Yerger11303
21Autumn Ricci00000
22Cori Dickinson10002
23Molly Galvin348010
 Total111020133

Spring-Ford

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
1Sydney Wagner800016
3Kali Kratz00000
4Juliana Alessandroni20004
10Lauren Mensch22206
11Lexie Nugent30006
14Dez Engle30006
15Arianna Magazolla10002
20Rachel Christman10002
24Ali Higgins10002
25Abby Goodrich10002
33Maddie Haney500010
34Sarah Cooper00000
40Cassie Marte10002
 Total2822058

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Boyertown 60, Pope John Paul II 33 >> Katie Armstrong and Abby Kapp combined for more points than the Golden Panthers scored during a PAC divisional crossover matchup.

The pair scored 18 points apiece, with Kapp (20 rebounds) notching a double-double and Armstrong connecting on four 3-pointers. The Bears jumped out to a 35-20 lead by the half and out-scored their visitors all four quarters. Monica Rapchinski led PJP with 14 points.

Pope John Paul II

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
Jana Cainglet11214
1Rachel Yerger10213
10Jenna Finley20015
12Elise Sylvester01201
21Shannon Mullen10002
23Lauren Ciuba12204
30Monica Rapchinski548014
 Total11816333

Boyertown

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
Avery Sweisfort10002
Hannah Pelliciotti20004
Julia Smith01201
Amber Marburger00000
Lindsay Hillegas01201
3Katie Armstrong622418
4Victoria Boalton20204
13Kylie Webb20204
23Abby Kapp746018
30Brynn Schmidt00000
31Lauren Moyer00000
 Total20816452

Perkiomen Valley 52, Pottstown 29 >> Megan Jonassen scored a game-high 17 points as the Vikings raced away in the second half after leading 24-18 at the break.

Ebony Reddick scored 12 points with Reilly Owens adding eight for a Trojans squad that was outscored 28-9 in the deciding final 16 minutes.

Perkiomen Valley

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
10Allison Cappelli10002
20Iman Richmond10013
21Hanan Richmond40019
24Sarah Nijssen20004
33Alex Blomstrom00000
34Kelly Owens20015
35Bridgette Bonjo20004
43Megan Jonassen734017
45Taylor Hamm16808
 Total20912352

Pottstown

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
Ranae Hawkins00000
Brianna Thomas00000
2Dazah Reguster00000
3Miyana Brant20015
11Ebony Reddick434112
21Gianna Epps10002
21Sierra Everett00000
23Khaleah Jeter00000
23Emme Wolfel00000
42Reilly Owens40108
44Alivia Lopez10002
 Total1235229

Methacton 81, Upper Perkiomen 10 >> The Warriors were all over the Tribe en route to a divisional crossover win.

Ryan DeOrio led the way with a game-high 20 points, which included four 3-pointers while Sydney Thompson (five assists) backed her with 11 points. Sydney Tornetta and Nicole Cooper (five steaks) each added 10 points apiece as Methacton jumped out to a 46-5 lead by the half.

Methacton

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
Sydney Tornetta500010
3Ryan DeOrio800420
10Nicole Cooper266010
12Sara Markley00000
13Jenna Cooper20004
22Caroline Pellicano30006
23Sydney Hargrove00000
24Jackie Cerchio32208
25Olivia Pennypacker20004
33Sydney Thompson500111
42Abby Penjuke30006
 Total3388579

Upper Perkiomen

# Player FGM FTM FTA 3PM PTS
Ayden Pigeon00000
Devon Harnish00000
Erika Fabian00000
Martina Garcia00000
Kelsey Bernhart01201
11Jasmine Dupee00000
22Kaitlyn Mundy01201
32Sophie Jago10002
34Sierra Kelly22206
44Erika Boyer00000
 Total346010

Valley Forge Baptist 58, West-Mont Christian 26 >> The Wings dropped a non-conference matchup with Valley Forge Baptist.

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