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Mercury Lacrosse Roundup (May 4): Merritt reaches 200 career points in Upper Merion win

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Upper Merion 19, Pope John Paul II 6

HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday at Upper Merion, Cat Merritt reached a personal milestone while leading the Vikings to victory over the Golden Panthers in PAC Frontier Division action.

With the first of her seven goals, Merritt reached the 200-point mark. Rory Nilsen was PJP’s scoring leader with a hat trick.

Pope John Paul II 6 0 – 6

Upper Merion 12 7 – 19

Goals: Pope John Paul II, Rory Nilsen 3, Kallan Bustynowicz 1, Riley Grimley 1, Kasie Costalas 1. Upper Merion, Cat Merritt 7, Julianna Callison 6, Ashley Evitts 3, Olivia Smith 2, Sam Walmsley 1.

Assists: Upper Merion, Cat Merritt 2, Olivia Smith 1, Julia Newby 1, Bella DiSanto 1.

Saves: Pope John Paul II, Grace Drewicz 9.

Methacton 12, Boyertown 8

HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday at Boyertown, Megan Sanelli scored a game-high five goals to key the Warriors’ PAC victory over the Bears.

Jayme Weber and Delaney Smith added two-goal outings to the Methacton offense. Emma Beidler was Boyertown’s leading scorer with four goals.

Methacton 7 5 – 12

Boyertown 4 4 – 8

Goals: Methacton, Megan Sanelli 5, Jayme Weber 2. Delaney Smith 2, Michelle Zhai 1, Rylie Derrickson 1, Julia McCann. Boyertown, Emma Beidler 4, Delaney Fox 2, Ali Pioli 1, Jasmine Fink 1.

Assists: Allie Schell 1, Delaney Fox, Ali Pioli 1, Alina Friz 1,

Saves: Boyertown, Elli Ferraro 7.

Spring-Ford 26, Norristown 2

HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday at Royersford, Alysia Collins netted a game-high four goals to head the Rams’ potent offensive in their PAC Liberty Division game with the Eagles.

Mac Maloney, Alyssa Mozi and Lexi Sowers added hat tricks for Spring-Ford, which had 13 players score goals — eight with two or more. Brooklyn Pendelton and Azigiona Golston did the scoring for Norristown.

Goals: Spring-Ford, Alysia Collins 4, Mac Maloney 3, Alyssa Mozi 3, Lexi Sowers 3, Emma Sowers 2, Madi Doyle 2, Madi Pierce 2, Paulina Milano 2, Brenna Whiteside 1, Summer Smith 1, Eva Engro 1, Gianna DiBattista  1, Carly Christman 1. Norristown, Brooklyn Pendleton 1, Azigiona Golston 1.

Pottsgrove 19, Pottstown 4

HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday at Pottstown, Sydney Tornetta hit the nets for a game-high six goals to lead the Falcons past the Trojans in their PAC Frontier Division game.

Destri Roye and Taetum Robbins each scored twice for Pottstown.

Goals: Pottsgrove, Sydney Tornetta 6, Sydney Wasdick 5, Hanna Kumpf 2,  Riley Simon 2, Katie Bean 2, Ava O’Neil 1, Taylor Fiorini 1. Pottstown, Destri Roye 2, Taetum Robbins 2.

Assists: Pottsgrove, Katie Bean 4, Riley Simon 2, Sydney Tornetta 1, Ava O’Neil 1,

Saves: Pottsgrove, Lily Guerrette 3. Pottstown, Avon Jones 8.

Phoenixville 14, Upper Perkiomen 2

HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday at Phoenixville, Alana Lathan and Andrea Hook combined to score nine goals as the Phantoms handled the Indians in their PAC Frontier Division matchup.

Lathan had a game-high five tallies, one more than Hook’s four. MaryKate Sitko and Grace Vogal did the scoring for Upper Perkiomen.

Upper Perkiomen 2 0 – 2

Phoenixville 7 7 -14

Goals: Upper Perkiomen, MaryKate Sitko 2, Grace Vogal 1. Phoenixville, Alana Lathan 5, Andrea Hook 4, Jaime Michaud 2, Gianna Thaxton 2, Nailah Green 1,

Assists: Andrea Hook 4, Lucy O’Donnell 3, Jaime Michaud 1, Gianna Thaxton 1, Nailah Green 1, Natalie White 1,

Saves: Upper Perkiomen, Mackenzie Bettys 9. Phoenixville, Maddy Schramm 8.

Owen J. Roberts 16, Perkiomen Valley 1

HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday at Graterford, the Wildcats remained undefeated with a road victory over the Vikings.

Alexa Vogelman, Gabbi Koury and Gracyn Smith led the Owen J. attack while freshman goalkeeper Korrigan Sweeney held down the fort with six saves.

Owen J. Roberts 6 10 – 16

Perkiomen Valley 1 0 – 1

Goals: Owen J. Roberts, Alexa Vogelman 5, Gabriella Koury 3, Gracyn Smith 3, Maggie Kilgallon 2, Sierra Milano 1, Grace Kratz 1, Ava Clemson 1. Perkiomen Valley, Kaleigh Funk 1.

Assists: Owen J. Roberts, Gabriella Koury 4, Gracyn Smith 2, Ava Clemson 1, Alexa Vogelman 1.

Saves: Owen J. Roberts, Korgan Sweeney 6. Perkiomen Valley, Lauren Foley 11.

Gov. Mifflin 18, Daniel Boone 3

HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday at Shillington, Sophie Stanislawczyk scored five goals, including the 100th of her career, as the Mustangs beat the Blazers in Berks League action.

Clara Lacek had two goals for Boone (4-6, 5-9), with Keri Graff adding a third.

Daniel Boone 1 2 – 3

Gov. Mifflin 14 4 -18

Goals: Daniel Boone, Clara Lacek 2, Keri Graff 1. Gov. Mifflin, Sophia Stanislawczyk 5, Mia Beilhart 4, Eliza Enriquez 2, Amy Tinsman 2, Brooke Mock 2, Sydney Grim 2, Emily Gauker 1.

Assists: Daniel Boone, Sophia Keim 1. Gov. Mifflin, Mia Beilhart 4, Eliza Enriquez 3, Amy Tinsman 2, Sophia Stanislawczyk 1, Brooke Mock 1.

Saves: Daniel Boone, Ashley Finkbiner 11. Gov. Mifflin, Riley Troilo 5, Makayla Baessler 1.

Boys Lacrosse

Owen J. Roberts 12, Boyertown 8

HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday at Bucktown, Josh Devine and Will Whitlock contributed hat tricks to the Wildcats’ offense in their PAC Liberty Division victory over the Bears.

Aidan McFalls, Jonathan Mayan and Adam Gallagher each scored two goals to head Boyertown’s offense.

Goals: Boyertown, Aidan McFalls, Jonathan Mayan 2, Adam Gallagher 2, Zach Kuhar 1, Gage Parker 1. Owen J. Roberts, Josh Devine 3, Will Whitlock 3, Chase Jorgensen 1, Dylan Mercadante 1, Patrick Deanna 1, Fisher McCausland 1.

Assists: Boyertown, Lane Yergey 1, Luke Heimbach 1, Tristian Reynolds 1. Jonathan Mayan 1. Owen J. Roberts, Josh Devine 4, Chase Jorgensen 2, Will Jaeger 1, Dylan Mercadante 1.

Saves: Owen J. Roberts, Jared Devine 10.

Allentown Central Catholic 14, Spring-Ford 4

HIGHLIGHTS: Tuesday at Allentown, six different players scored goals to help Central Catholic bypass the Rams in non-league play.

Spring-Ford’s offense was provided in equal measure by Nick Teets, Pat Wixted and Christian Marchini.

Spring-Ford 1 2 0 1 – 4

Allentown C.C. 4 3 5 2 – 14

Goals: Spring-Ford, Nick Teets 1, Pat Wixted 1, Chrisian Marchini 1. ACC, McGory 5, Shifko 5, Drake 1, Danthal 1, Shaffer 1, Domajevich 1.

Assists: Spring-Ford, Pat Wixted 1. ACC, Scandone 1.

Saves: Spring-Ford, Matt Smith 12, J.T. Lundquist 2. ACC, Ike 5.



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