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Mercury Softball Roundup: DiCampello’s hot bat sparks Pope John Paul II

Pope John Paul II 15, Norristown 3 >> Alex DiCampello swung the hottest bat for the Golden Panthers, her four-hit day key to a one-sided victory over the Eagles in their PAC divisional crossover game Friday.

DiCampello doubled in the first and second, then tripled in the third and fourth. She plated eight of PJP’s runs to support starting pitcher Madison Dunn, who scattered seven hits over five innings.

Owen J. Roberts 12, Pottsgrove 0 >> Sam Walsh and Rachel Towler combined to one-hit the Falcons, while the Wildcats scored eight times in their first at-bat to set the tone for their PAC divisional crossover victory.

Walsh yielded the hit and struck out four in three innings’ work before Towler finished off two frames of two-strikeout relief. Casey Walker (3-for-4) and Charlotte Skonieczny (2-for-3) each drove in three runs for Owen J. while Briana Herbert had Pottsgrove’s lone hit.

Methacton 10, Pottstown 0 >> Paige Deal threw a two-hitter, and the Warriors plated nine runs in the second inning as they rolled over the Trojans in PAC divisional crossover play.

Deal yielded just one walk while racking up 10 strikeouts for a Methacton unit that benefited from Caraline Newman’s two-run homer and another two-RBI day from Kiki Hamilton. London Aquino had one of Pottstown’s hits.

 

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