The Phoenixville boys’ tennis team clinched the Pioneer Athletic Conference team championship with a 7-0 win over Norristown Monday.
The 11-0 league finish completes the Phantoms’ league-best 25th team title and first outright crown since 2012. Phoenixville shared the title with Methacton and Spring-Ford in 2018.
Only two matches were contested against undermanned Norristown. Josh Starczewski and Nico Rambla were straight-set winners at Nos. 1 and 2 singles, respectively, while all other matches were forfeits in favor of the Phantoms.
The Phantoms did not drop a doubles match all regular season.
Phoenixville 7, Norristown 0
Singles: Josh Starczewski (Px) def. Jose Ortiz Flores 6-2, 6-2; Nico Rambla (Px) def. Leo Flores Chavez 6-2, 6-1; David Clipper (Px) won by forfeit.
Doubles: Anthony DeLuca/Oliver Gordon (Px) won by forfeit; Dylan Gheris/Dylan Eliasson (Px) won by forfeit; Gavin Perillo/Brendan Flick (Px) won by forfeit; Luca Eaton/Brandon Benkler (Px) won by forfeit.
Perkiomen Valley 18, Phoenixville 5
Highlights: Seniors Sam Nice and Riley Milligan hat tricks and Jack Scaliti had two goals and two assists as Perkiomen Valley improved to 9-0 in the PAC, a win away from winning its first conference championship.
Matt Farrington, Dane Hagen, Dillon Kane and Luke Cichetti also had multiple goals for the Vikings.
Bryan Maguire scored three goals for the Phantoms.
PV can clinch Wednesday at home when it hosts Interboro.
Perkiomen Valley 5 6 5 2 – 18
Phoenixville 0 2 2 1 – 5
Perkiomen Valley: Jack Scaliti 2g 2a, Matt Farrington 2g 1a, Dane Hagen 2g, Sam Nice 3g, Dillon Kane 2g 1a, Aidan McCabe 1g, Riley Milligan 3g, Brad Curci 2a, Jacob Beaudoin 1g, Thomas Carroll 1a, Luke CiChetti 2g, Shea Fusco 1a. Faceoffs: Dallas Pulliam 9/9, Colin Delo 8/9, Noah Delo 6/7. Goalie: Jacob Klosinski 4 saves
Phoenixville: Bryan Maguire 3g, Ryan Gilleland 2g 1a
Boyertown 18, Pottsgrove 9
Highlights: Luke Heimbach (5 goals, 3 assists) and Aidan McFalls (4 goals, 4 assists) each had a hand in eight goals in the Bears’ takedown of the Falcons.
Justin Wescoat had five goals and an assist to carry Pottsgrove.
Boyertown: Aidan McFalls 4g 4a, Lane Yergey 2g, Luke Heimbach 5g 3a, Jonathan Mayan 3g, Adam Gallagher 2g 1a, Zach Kuhar 2g 1a, Tristian Reynolds 1a, Mason Barndt 1a, Jack Christman 1a
Pottsgrove: Tyler Kaufman 2g 1a, Justin Wescoat 5g 1a, Rylee Howard 1g, Max Nesson 1g
Upper Perkiomen 16, Pottstown 8
Highlights: Marykate Sitko scored six goals and Abby Davidheiser added four for the victorious Tribe in a PAC Frontier win Monday.
Destri Roye starred for Pottstown with four scores.
Upper Perkiomen 11 5 – 16
Pottstown 4 4 – 8
Upper Perkiomen: Marykate Sitko 6G,2A,12DC,1CT, Abby Davidheiser 4G,1A, Payton Bettys 3G,1A,3GB,1CT, Lindsay Bieler 2G,2A,2GB,1CT, Abby Orsini 1G,1A; Makenzie Bettys 6 saves
Pottstown: Destri Roye 4G, Jocelyn Malou’ulu 1G, Taetum Robbins 1G, Brynn Mclune 1G, Daishawna Dean 14 saves
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