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Mercury Boys Basketball Roundup (Jan. 14): Medearis, Timko, McKeon post 20-point nights

Boyertown 70, Pottsgrove 45 >> The Bears hosted a PAC crossover matchup against Pottsgrove Tuesday and came away with victory.

The Bears’ biggest night came from Tre Diguglielmo who had 19 points — five of them from 3-point range. Griffin Hummel added 12 points all on treys, while Mason Marinello had 10, Pottsgrove had two players core in double digits, Evan White with 16 and Luke Kaiser with 10.

Spring-Ford 66, Pottstown 44 >> Tye Medearis and Michael Fitzgerald led the offense that enabled the Rams to handle the Trojans in Tuesday’s PAC divisional crossover game.

Medearis hit for 23 points while Fitzgerald added 14. Donovan Towson scored 12 to lead Pottstown.

Methacton 64, Phoenixville 20 >> The Warriors rolled over the Phantoms in Tuesday’s PAC divisional crossover game to remain unbeaten in league play.

Erik Timko gave Methacton (6-0, 10-0) a game-high 20 pts, while Owen Kropp and Brett Eberly chipped in 11 apiece. They helped the Warriors open a 44-9 halftime lead that went to 59-11 after three quarters.

Norristown 67, Upper Perkiomen 38 >> With three players scoring in double figures, the Eagles rolled over the Indians in Tuesday’s PAC divisional crossover pairing.

Sean Boyle and Hunter Flack shared scoring honors for UP, both having game-high 14-point outings.

Pope John Paul II 71, Owen J. Roberts 47 >> Drew McKeon headed a trio of double-figure scorers that fueled the Golden Panthers’ PAC divisional crossover victory agains the Wildcats Tuesday.

McKeon collected a game-high 21 points for PJP, followed by teammates Justin Green (14) and Kelvin Green (10). Jalen Lucas was high scorer for Owen J. with 13.

Upper Merion 64, Perkiomen Valley 60 >> Dominic Breece headed a quartet of double-figure scorers the Vikings needed to outlast Perk Valley in Tuesday’s PAC divisional crossover pairing.

Breece netted 18 for UM, joined by Maddison Tatom (15 points), Lukas Kim and Ty Jones (11 each). PV, which hung even with Upper Merion through three quarters, got 15 from Kameron Parks and 14 from Tyler Lapetina.



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