Owen J. Roberts 53, Pottsgrove 44 >> Camryn Glenn headed a trio of double-figure scorers that lifted the Wildcats over the Falcons in their PAC divisional crossover matchup.
Glenn hit for 13 points while teammates Dianna Rantz and Kylie Cahill added 11 and 10, respectively. Diana Randleman netted a game-high 17 to lead Pottsgrove, which got another 10 from Savannah Lear.
Boyertown 57, Upper Perkiomen 6 >> Abby Kapp and Hanna Pellicciotti combined for 23 points while the Bears’ defense handcuffed the Indians to secure the victory in this PAC divisional crossover game.
Kapp led the way with her 12-point showing, and Pellicciotti followed with 11. They helped Boyertown build a 51-4 lead through three quarters.
Spring-Ford 58, Pottstown 36 >> Sydney Wagner’s 16 points coupled with Abby Goodrich’s 11 point performance was enough to dispatch Pottstown in a crossover PAC contest.
The Rams built a 25-18 lead before outscoring the Trojans’ 22-8 in what ended up being a tide-shifting third quarter.
Reilly Owens finished with a team-best 10 points in the loss. Ebony Reddick and Miyana Brant each scored nine.
Methacton 54, Phoenixville 29 >> The Warriors exploded out to a 33-15 lead at the half before coasting the rest of the way in a convincing victory.
Jackie Cerchio led all scorers with 14 points while Sydney Thompson added 13 points with three 3-pointers for a Warrior squad that has won their past three games.
Phoenixville was led by Peyton Graham with 14 points.
Perkiomen Valley 44, Upper Merion 27 >> Upper Merion and Perk Valley played to a draw at the half before the orange and brown outscored its opposition 26-9 in the second half to come away with the win.
Megan Jonassen scored 11 points for Perkiomen Valley, which has won two straight following a non-league loss to Central Bucks South on Sunday. Sisters Iman and Hanan Richmond finished with eight and seven points, respectively.
Pope John Paul II 58, Norristown 32 >> Monica Rapchinksi finished with a game-best 22 points while Elise Sylvester added 15 points and Rachel Yerger 12 as the Golden Panthers raced out to an early lead before cruising to the divisional crossover victory.
Yerger finished with nine steals, five assists and five rebounds in the win with Lauren Ciuba adding a team-best nine rebounds.
Tory Wright led Norristown with 11 points.
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