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Mercury Roundup (Sept. 15): Adams leads Spring-Ford girls golf to win over Bears

Alie Adams had the match’s low score Tuesday, keying the Spring-Ford girls golf team’s 181-216 victory over Boyertown in their Pioneer Athletic Conference pairing at Twin Ponds Golf Club.

Adams carded a 43 to lead the Rams, topping teammates Morgan Kunze (45) and Katherine Bates (46). Alexa McPike and Aleena Ghanta had identical 47s to complete the Spring-Ford scoring.

Emily Burger was the Boyertown leader with a 48.

Boys golf

Phoenixville 211, Upper Perkiomen 220 >> Bryan Maguire’s three-over 39 helped guide the Phantoms to a Pioneer Athletic Conference victory Tuesday at Mcoby Run Golf Course.

Kyle Resuta followed with a 42, while Justin Geiger and Ryan Jasdowich finished with 43s and Dave Clipper rounded out the Phantoms’ scorers with a 44.

Donovan Hanney had the low round for UP with a 41. Jacob Ankele (43), Nate Rinehart (45), Zack Silver (45) and Soren Svanson (46) also scored

Perkiomen Valley 202, Upper Merion 229 >> While Upper Merion’s Audrey Schuelbel shot a low round of 38 Tuesday, the Vikings came away with the PAC victory at Raven’s Claw Golf Course.

Ryan Horenci and Chris Cowgill both shot 39s and Andrew Cowgill shot a 40 to lead PV. Jack Colyer (41) and Nick Torrillo (43) also scored for PV.

Jack Rodgers (44), Amanda Schuelbel (46), Justin Kravitz (50) and Anika Vilivalam (51) finished off the scoring for Upper Merion.

Spring-Ford 188, Pottsgrove 232 >> Three Rams shot rounds in the 30s to lead Spring-Ford to a PAC win over over Pottsgrove on Tuesday at Turtle Creek Golf Course.

Luke Watson had a low round of 33, followed by Luke Fazio (36) and Garrett Wible (39). Noah Kim and Joe Niblick both finished at 40.

Steven Rinda (40)had the low score for Pottsgrove followed by JR McMenamin (45), Mike Krueger (45), Cole Steltz (49) and Jacob Slanker (50).

Daniel Boone 212, Brandywine Heights 274 >> Colton Yenser was a solid low-man for the Blazers as they outshot the Bullets in Monday’s inter-division pairing of Berks League member schools.

Yenser carded a 46 in the match, three strokes beneath the par-49 score for 12 holds. Kole Washleski followed with a 50 for Boone (9-1) while Davis Myer and Braylon Kuhn went a respective 57 and 59, Boone’s streak punctuated only by the 51 BH’s Elijah Ruppert shot.

Girls tennis

Twin Valley 3, Daniel Boone 2 >> Winning two singles matches Monday helped lift the Raiders over the Blazers in Berks Conference play.

Boone (1-1, 4-2) got its points from Jordyn Houck at second singles (7-6 (2), 4-6, 10-5 over Julia Givens) and the second-doubles team of Sarah Young and Kate Tokach (7-5, 6-1 over Kayla Gardner and Lauren Rock).



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