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Mercury Roundup (Sept. 24): Fedun shoots 35 in OJR’s win over Pottsgrove

Stefania Fedun headed the Owen J. Roberts golf team’s strong showing Thursday, posting a 191-213 victory over Pottsgrove at Kimberton Golf Course.

Fedun shot a nine-hole score of 35 to lead the Wildcats, who got matching 38s from Victor Mominey and Jared Berish. It was her third sub-40 round in the three meets this season after shooting a match-low 37 in the Wildcats’ opener and another match-low 36 in a victory over Boyertown last week.

Brennan Grabowicz and Will Jaeger followed with 40s, matching the low round J.R. McMenamin scored for the Falcons.

Spring-Ford 193, Phoenixville 203 >> Turning in four of the five lowest scores behind the co-leaders, the Rams outshot the Phantoms in Thursday’s PAC match.

Spring-Ford’s Noah Kim and Phoenixville’s Ryan Josudowich shared low-man honor at 37. Joey Chillano followed with a 38 for the Rams while Jake Blackmore and Garrett Wible shot matching 39s and Luke Watson checked in at 40.

Phoenixville 202, Pottsgrove 220 >> Kyle Resuta claimed low-man honors Wednesday while helping the Phantoms outshoot the Falcons in a PAC match at Gilbertsville Golf Course.

Resuta’s 34 carding was two strokes better than Pottsgrove’s Steven Rinda’s 36. Phoenixville had four of the next five scores, Bryan Maguire and Justin Geiger posting 41s and Dave Clipper finishing with a 42.

Girls golf

Methacton 179, Phoenixville 205 >> Riley Thomas’ low round sparked the Warriors to victory over the Hatters in Thursday’s PAC match at Skippack Golf Club.

Thomas carded a 37 to edge out the 39 of Hatboro’s Kate Roberts. Sarah Lawrie was second for Methacton with a 45.

Methacton 183, Hatboro-Horsham 208 >> Catherine Connolly had the match’s lowest score Wednesday, leading the Warriors to victory over the Hatters in their PAC outing at Skippack Golf Club.

Connolly shot a 44 ahead of the 46s carded by teammates Sarah Lawrie and Kate Thomas. Riley Thomas closed out the Methacton scoring with a 47, matching the total of HH leader Sammy Fuchs.

Girls tennis

Exeter 5, Daniel Boone 0 >> The Eagles swept the Blazers in Wednesday’s Berks League match, scoring three wins in straight sets.

Boone’s best individual showing came from Katie Shank at third singles and the second-doubles team of Sarah Young and Kate Tokach, both of whom won seven games in their matches.

Boys Soccer

West-Mont 4, Concord Christian 1 >> It was a well-rounded effort for West-Mont in Thursday’s win. Ezra Fegan, Adam Jones, Josh Fitzmier and Sam Landis all had goals. Fitzmier added two assists and Noah Day made 11 saves in net as the Wings improved to 5-1.



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