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Mercury Girls Soccer Roundup: Spring-Ford comeback stuns Owen J. Roberts in OT

Spring-Ford 4, Owen J. Roberts 3 (OT) >> In a rematch of last year’s PAC championship game, Hope Flanegin’s overtime goal secured a PAC Liberty win for the Rams after coming back from two goals down in the final six minutes of regulation.

Spring-Ford’s Kaitlyn Mulle, facing, is congratulated by Grace Sharkey after scoring on a free kick in the second half against Owen J. Roberts Monday. (Austin Hertzog – MNG)

Molly Thomas hit Raven Wellington with a long ball, and Wellington, who had two assists in the game, found Flanegin for the game winner with 3:06 left in the first overtime. A Kaitlyn Mulle free kick with 4:48 to play started the comeback and Katie Sites, on a Wellington centering pass, tied the game with 2:43 left to force overtime.

OJR led 2-0 with 32:42 to play after Avery White doubled the Wildcats’ lead that was started in the first half by Hannah Delahaye, who was assisted by Alexa Vogelman. Delahaye’s header from the rebound of a Vogelman shot gave OJR a 3-1 lead with 6:58 remaining.

Spring-Ford remained unbeaten in PAC play (4-0, 8-1 overall).

Owen J. Roberts’ Alexa Vogelman is fouled from behind by Spring-Ford’s Ella Curry during the second half Monday. (Austin Hertzog – MNG)

Boyertown 1, Perkiomen Valley 0 >> Samantha Goffice’s goal off a rebound in the 19th minute was the difference in the Bears’ PAC Liberty win over the Vikings Monday afternoon.
Goffice’s score came off an Emma Elwell shot, while Boyertown goalie Madison Gallagher needed just one save for the shutout. Riley Hill made seven saves for PV.

Upper Perkiomen 3, Phoenixville 0 >> Avery Diehl, Kate Cairns and Bryanna Marinari scored goals for the Indians, while Hannah Landis made three saves for the shutout in the PAC Frontier win.

Cairns and Marinari also had assists for Upper Perk. Phoenixville goalie Ella Stout made five saves.

Methacton 10, Norristown 0 >> Julia McCann, Molly Rowland, Kirsten O’Brien, Aly Samtmann all had 2 goals each to lead Methacton. Mackenzie Coupe and Michaela Tommarello rounded out the goals for Methacton (2-2, 3-3). Sarah Kenwood had three assists.

Norristown goalkeeper Aaliyah Walk-Benitez had 6 saves.

Perkiomen School 5, AIM Academy 0 >> Rianne Moll, Cece Vassallo, Cheyenne McCloud, Brittany Pilcher and Bella Baringer carried the Panthers to an away win Monday. Perkiomen goalkeeper Abbey Glavin recorded a shutout with 3 saves.

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