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Mercury Girls Basketball Roundup (Jan. 11): Nealon pours in 28 as Hill School tops Peddie

Hill School 44, Peddie School 31 >> Eve Nealon came close to matching Peddie School’s entire offensive output Saturday while sparking the Blues to victory in Mid-Atlantic Prep League play.

Nealon had a game-high 28 points for the Hill. About half her point total came off shots from 3-point range, and she added 7-for-10 accuracy from the foul line.

Perkiomen Valley 73, Pottstown 30 >> Grace Ramsey was the lone double-digit scorer in the Vikings’ PAC crossover victory Saturday.

Ramsey led PV with 11 points, while every other Vikings player scored in the game. Trinell Watson tallied 17 for the Trojans, and Calista Daye had nine.

Spring-Ford 74, Phoenixville 29 >> The Rams outscored the Phantoms 20-0 in the second quarter to take a 34-10 lead at halftime and cruise the rest of the way in Saturday’s PAC crossover win.

Lucy Olsen netted 22 points, Alyssa Yuan had 12, and Abbey Boyer scored 11 for the Rams. Nailah Green scored 11 and Aubrie Breisblatt nine for Phoenixville.

Owen J. Roberts 69, Upper Perkiomen 8 >> Avery White’s 17 points led OJR to a win over the Indians Saturday in PAC Crossover action.

Olivia Leclaire added 13 for OJR.

Norristown 37, Upper Merion 25 >> Ryan Morse had 10 for Norristown in the Eagles’ PAC crossover win over the Vikings on Saturday.

Boyertown 57, Norristown 23 >> The Bears’ defense put the clamps on the Eagles early Friday, setting the tone for their PAC Liberty Division victory.

Boyertown limited Norristown to 12 points through the first three quarters while scoring 43. Ashley Kapp and Julia Smith led the offense with 13-point outings, the locals getting points from 11 of 15 players seeing action.

Perkiomen School 67, Delaware Valley Friends 23 >> The Panthers rode the double-figure scoring of Chardae Stone and Janayshia Brown to a big Tri-County League victory over Delaware Valley Friends School Friday.

Along with Stone’s game-high 19, Brown got all but two of her 17 points off shots from 3-point range.



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