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Mercury Girls Basketball Roundup: Spring-Ford pulls away from Boyertown in 2nd half

Spring-Ford 54, Boyertown 39 >> A dominating fourth quarter proved the difference for the Rams Friday in their Pioneer Athletic Conference Liberty Division game with the Bears.

Spring-Ford outscored its hosts 23-8 at the end, breaking up the 31-31 deadlock to which they played the first three. Lucy Olsen blistered the nets for 30 points, nine off 3-point baskets and a 7-for-7 showing at the foul line, while Boyertown got 10s from Mikayla Moyer and Avery Sweisfort.

Phoenixville 68, Antietam 30 >> Aubrie Breisblatt was hot from long distance Friday … hot enough to lead the Phantoms in their non-league romp over the Mounts.

Breisblatt got 15 of her game-high 22 points off shots from 3-point range, 12 of them in the first half. She was one of three Phoenixville players to score in double figures, followed by Nailah Green (19) and Gianna Thaxton (11), who hit three three-pointers.

Hill School 51, Coventry Christian 27 >> Up by four points after the first quarter Friday, the Blue outscored Coventry Christian in the middle frames 27-11 en route to a non-league.

During the second and third quarters, the Hill was bolstered on the offensive end by the trio of sophomore Aine Farrell (seven points), junior Cynthia Williams (six points) and freshman Courtney Bodolus (five points).

Hill also benefitted from sharp long-distance shooting throughout the game, as it drained eight three-pointers. Bodolus led the Blues with a game-high 13 points, including three treys. Farrell added a pair of three-pointers on her way to 10 points.



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