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Mercury Boys Soccer Roundup Sept. 15

Spring-Ford 2, Owen J. Roberts 0 >> Colin Trainor and Brandon Duke found the back of the net in the Rams’ PAC Liberty win.

Connor Lynch assisted on the Duke goal, and Tommy McPoyle made four save for Spring-Ford. Zeb Smith saved eight shots for the Wildcats to keep the game close.

Methacton 6, Norristown 1 >> The Warriors broke out on the second half with five goals to run away with a PAC Liberty win over the Eagles.
Brett Eberly and Joseph Mun had two goals each while Parker Stevenson and Graham Halfpenny rounded out the Methacton (3-4) scoring. Mike Cinelli, Halfpenny, Brayden Ahlum and Nick Ahlum were credited with assists. Diego Guzman scored Norristown’s goal on a penalty kick.

Pope John Paul II 5, Pottstown 1 >> The Golden Panthers won their second straight game, scoring four first-half goals on the way to beating the Trojans in PAC Frontier play Monday. Stephan Rist, Brett McMenamin, Joey Mazzio, Aidan Zepp and Ben Rubinich found the net for PJP.

Upper Perkiomen 1, Phoenixville 0 (OT) >> David Schwab found Cole Kendra for a counterattack goal in overtime to lift Upper Perk over Phoenixville in a pivotal PAC Frontier meeting Monday. Lucas Carpenter’s defensive work forced the turnover that initiated the game-winning sequence as UP improved to 2-2 PAC Frontier (5-4 overall).

Perkiomen Valley 1, Boyertown 1 (OT) >> Goals by Boyertown’s Daman Sangha (assisted by Landon Wenger) and Perkiomen Valley’s Mark Pirrone cancelled each other out as the Bears and Vikings settled for a PAC draw Monday afternoon.



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