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Mercury Roundup (April 12): Bilotti hurls Phoenixville past Pope John Paul II


Phoenixville 4, Pope John Paul II 1 >> Jason Bilotti’s complete game carried the Phantoms to a PAC Frontier win over the Golden Panthers on Monday.

Bilotti allowed just one earned run on six hits, striking out 11 batters compared to just one walk. Justin Geiger doubled and scored run, and Mike Memmo scored twice and drove in another for Phoenixville.

PJP pitchers Adam Yarrison, Matt Kossey and Evan Timlin held the Phantoms to just three hits as seven walks and two errors hurt the Golden Panthers. Frank Dimaio went 2-for-3 and Dom Gerasimonwicz doubled for PJP.

Pottsgrove 12, Upper Merion 2 >> Yasir Gardner-Sizer’s big day at the plate propelled the Falcons to a five-inning PAC win Monday over the Vikings.

Gardner-Sizer went 3-for-3 with a triple, six RBI and two runs scored. Glenwood Physer also had a two-hit day, while Steven Rinda picked up the win on the mound with one earned run and seven strikeouts in five innings.

Perkiomen Valley 12, Norristown 0 >> Tyler Lapetina and Ashton Mehler combined for a shutout in the Vikings’ five-inning PAC victory Monday.

Michael Tinneny, Lapetina, Jake Stasyk, Ethan Ferraro and Zach Fusco all doubled for PV. William LeBlanc had a two-hit day for Norristown.

Daniel Boone 14, Reading 1 >> A powerful offense and Ethan Rissmiller’s work on the mound combined for a five-inning Blazers win Monday.

After allowing a hit and a run in the first inning, Ethan Rissmiller was perfect the rest of the way, tallying a walk and five strikeouts.

Leading the Blazer offense was Mason Walter who had a hit, three RBI and three runs scored.  Nate DeBusi also had a hit and three RBI, while scoring twice. Jack Fisher added a double


Phoenixville 9, Pope John Paul II 2 >> The Phantoms dug themselves out of an early hole for a PAC Frontier win over the Golden Panthers on Monday.

After PJP scored twice in the first inning, Phoenixville answered with a lead off homer from Courtney Gable in the first and a sac fly from Chloe Johns in the second to tie the game before a five-run third put the Phantoms in control.

Hayden Perrone went 3-for-4 for Phoenixville, scoring three times. Johns drove in three runs. Arayana Ashlie pitched a complete game, allowing two earned runs and striking out seven.

Alex DiCampello and Dani Dare both had two-hit days for PJP.

Spring-Ford 12, Boyertown 1 >> The Rams got seven extra base hits and a dazzling outing from Jules Scogna in their five-inning PAC Liberty win Monday over the Bears.

Bri Peck had three of Spring-Ford’s big knocks, tallying two triples and a double, and Noelle Reid went 2-for-3 with a homer to lead the Rams’ offense. Lexi Wescott (double) also had a two-hit day. Scogna struck out nine with four hits and no walks in her five innings, allowing just one unearned run.

An RBI-single by Rachel Hartman drove in the Bears’ only run.

Upper Perkiomen 16, Pottstown 2 >> Five Indians had multi-hit days in Monday’s PAC Frontier win over the Trojans.

Sierra Fretz (2-for-3, HR), Jenna Sullivan (2-for-2, 2 RBI), Lynnsi Joyce (2-for-2, 2 RBI), Makenna Albright (2-for-2, 2B), and Lily Dibble (2-for-2, 2B) all tallied multiple knocks. Kaylyn Adair added a homer in her only at-bat.

Elizabeth Proctor and Erin Gray combined for the winning effort on the mount. Proctor tossed two perfect frames before Gray allowed two in three innings of work, striking out two.

Daniel Boone 14, Gov. Mifflin 4 >> A five-run first inning Monday got the Blazers started toward a one-sided victory over the Mustangs in Berks League play.

Grace Miller drove in three runs off 4-for-4 batting that featured a double, and Dani Hayes and Emily Kassekert each had two RBI. Hayes got the pitching decision by going the distance in the five-inning affair, scattering four hits and walks while striking out four.

Boys tennis

Pottsgrove 7, Upper Perkiomen 0 >> The Falcons won six of seven matches in straight sets Monday as they swept the Indians in their PAC duel.

Pottsgrove’s first-doubles team of Shane Gleason and Colton DiCriscio was a 6-0, 6-0 winner for the visitors’ best showing of the day. UP’s best outing came at third singles, where Evan Ratushny extended Rhys Yochem to three sets.

Methacton 6, Pope John Paul II 1 >> The Warriors won all the singles matches during Monday’s PAC win over the Golden Panthers.

Jeff Cooper, Darren Brady and Akash Suresh all won their singles matches for Methacton. The doubles teams of Jonathan Ryu/ Dylan Kuang and AJ Schneider/ Ethan O’Brien and Avery Barber/ Gavin Jacobs picked up the other victories for Methacton.

Matt Wilkes and Aiden Zepp won a three-setter in first doubles for PJP’s lone win.



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