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Mercury Softball Roundup (April 16): Eckman, Pottsgrove handle Perkiomen Valley

Pottsgrove 5, Perkiomen Valley 2 >> Mikayla Eckman tossed a complete game for the Falcons in Friday’s PAC Crossover win over the Vikings.

Eckman allowed two runs on eight hits in seven innings, striking out two PV hitters and walking none as the Falcons played error-less defense behind her.

Brianna Herbert and Bailey Pysher both had two knocks, including a double, and Kalysta Santino had a two-hit day to lead Pottsgrove’s offense. Kinsey Moses and Sam Corey (double) had two-hit days for PV. Sam Sciarra allowed three earned runs in five innings.

Owen J. Roberts 16, Pottstown 0 >> The Wildcats tallied seven extra-base hits in three innings during Friday’s PAC Crossover win over the Trojans.

Claudia Alldred (2 RBI) and Charlie Skonieczny both went 3-for-3 with a double three runs scored. Morgan Twaddell added a double and triple for the Wildcats.

Sam Walsh allowed one hit and struck out six in three scoreless innings.

Spring-Ford 13, Phoenixville 0 >> Jules Scogna put together a strong two-way performance for the Rams in Friday’s PAC Crossover win over the Phantoms.

Scogna allowed three hits and a walk and struck out 11 in five shutout innings. At the plate, she went 2-for-4 with a homer and three RBI. Bri Peck and Madi Walsh also homered and drove in a pair of runs for Spring-Ford. Caleigh Tennity went 2-for-2 with  a triple, two runs scored and two RBI.

Aubrie Breisblatt had two of Phoenixville’s three hits.

Methacton 15, Upper Merion 0 >> Warriors’ Paige Deal kept the Vikings without a hit in Friday’s PAC Crossover win.

Deal struck out six and walked four in the three-inning win. She also went 3-for-3 at the plate with three RBI, including a two-run homer to open the game’s scoring.

Avery Schwartz doubled twice and drove in four runs for Methacton. Caitlin Woolbert went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBI.

Upper Perkiomen 7, Boyertown 2 >> The Indians grabbed six runs in the first three innings on the way to Friday’s PAC Crossover win over the Bears.

Taylor Croak tossed a completed, allowing two runs on seven hits. Croak, who also homered in the game, walked just one batter while striking out seven in the complete game effort.

Sierra Fretz powered UP’s offense with a 2-for-3, 3-RBI game that included a double and a home run. Dani Freer and Jenna Sullivan also had two-hit days.

Nicole Kratz went 3-for-3 with a double for Boyertown.



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