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Mercury Field Hockey Roundup Oct. 9

Upper Perkiomen 11, Pottstown 0 >> The Indians marked Wednesday’s Senior Night festivities with a second-half scoring onslaught in their PAC Frontier Division game with the Trojans.

Senior Jenna Fiorito recorded her first hat trick and Sydney Crossin scored two goals and recorded two assists. Bella Carpenter, Kate Rodenberger, AiYi Young, Jesse Traynor, Takoda Wells and Micheala Greczek also scored for UP, which hit the nets nine times in the second half while Ashlynn Gatto had another pair of assists.

UP goalies Lynnsi Joyce and Carly Eidle combined for the shutout, making just one save between them.

Oley Valley 9, Boyertown 0 >> Scoring seven times in the first half Wednesday, the Lynx set a fast pace in their non-league game with the Bears.

Laura Wigand and Hailey Levengood shared goaltending duties for Boyertown. Wigand had 12 saves, and Levengood four, against a combined 25 shots.

Pottsgrove 4, Upper Merion 2 >> The Falcons answered the Vikings’ early score with a point production good for victory in Tuesday’s PAC Frontier Divsion game.

UM jumped ahead early with a goal by Samme Deskiewicz less than two minutes into the game, but Pottsgrove’s Riley Simon tied it up a few minutes later off an assist by Jayde Yorgey. Kathryn Henriksen added a goal with an assist by Bailey Murphy, and Katie Bean upped the score to 3-1 Pottsgrove with 10 minutes remaining in the first half.

Deskiewicz added another goal with an assist by Ella Menke to make it 3-2, but Henricksen increased the spread to 4-2 with another Murphy assist for a final score of 4-2. Makenzie Johnson gave the Falcons 11-save goaltending while Anandeep Singh had 14 stops in the UM goal.

Methacton 16, Norristown 0 >> The Warriors got offensive contributions from 12 different players along with shutdown defense in Tuesday’s PAC Liberty Division romp over the Eagles.

Nicole Uebele’s hat trick headed Methacton, which also got two-goal outings from Madison Noh and Ava Probst. Elise DeWan and Alison Gottesman each had pairs of assists to go with their goals, and the Warriors outshot their hosts 42-0 while enjoying a 6-0 advantage in corners. Basimall Curry had a 20-save day in goal for the Eagles.

Fleetwood 4, Daniel Boone 1 >> Casey Lynn DeWald scored three goals and assisted on another to lead the Tigers over the Blazers in Berks play Tuesday.

Mackenzie Ring scored for Boone (2-8, 6-10) — Clara Lacek with the assist — and Ashley Finkbiner added nine-save goaltending.

Daniel Boone 5, Tulpehocken 0 >> Haley Engle and Clara Lacek each had a goal and an assist Wednesday to lead the Blazers over the Trojans in the Berks League.

Devyn Brennan, Kaitlyn Difuria and Mackenzie Ring also scored for Boone (7-10). Ashley Finkbiner’s nine-save goaltending helped secure the shutout.



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