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The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (Sept. 13)


Pennridge 3, Souderton 2 >> Pennridge hosted conference rival Souderton on Monday night in a tightly contested 5-set match. The back and forth match ended with the Rams pulling out a hard fought victory in set 5, winning 15-11. With Souderton giving the Rams defense trouble, junior Libero Samantha Lipp came through in the clutch with vital digs and passes to keep the team’s offense going. While Lipp held down the defense, the night belonged to senior outside hitter Allison Saalfrank, who led the way with 25 kills. Alyssa Reiner paced the Indians with 14 kills and two digs.

Hatboro-Horsham 3, Abington 2 >> The Hatters opened their season Monday with a 25-17, 25-18 and 25-15 sweep of the Ghosts. The outsides in senior Nastya Tsetsko and Kaylo Jones paced the Hatters with 12 and 6 kills respectively as well as Jones shining on the service line with 6 aces. The middies in junior Jade Lauzier and senior Izzy Bombas had a combined .600 hitting percentage with 10 and 8 kills respectively. Grace Howard also came through with 29 assists for the Hatters, while the defense was held down by seniors Maci Lumpkin and Ava Santo with 6 and 5 digs.


Spring-Ford 6, Methacton 1 >> In a PAC heavyweight matchup, the Rams still proved to be the team to beat on Monday. Spring-Ford swept the doubles action with Lana Hang/Chloe Moore picking up a 5-7, 6-2, 6-0 win at No. 3 doubles over Angela Lian/Drew O’Brien 5-7, 6-2, 6-0. Methacton picked up a win at No. 2 singles with Hana Nouaime rolling to a 6-1, 6-1 victory.

Lansdale C 4, Quakertown 3 >> The Crusaders lost just five games in singles action and picked up the the nonconference win on Monday. Ella Moran punctuated the win at No. 3 singles with a 6-0, 6-0 victory.

Cheltenham 7, Plymouth Whitemarsh 0 >> The Panthers dropped just two sets in picking up the win on Friday against the Colonials. Caitlyn Williams defeated Chloe Moon in a third-set tiebreak to finish off the match at No. 2 singles for Cheltenham.

Hatboro-Horsham 5, Neshaminy 2 >> The Hatters picked up a couple of third-set tiebreak victories in picking up the win on Monday. Kristina Exton-Sneha Indrakanti won 7-5, 3-6, 11-9 at No. 3 doubles, while the No. 4 duo of Emily Nelson-Shreya Gorawala won 6-7, 6-3, 10-5 as the Hatters swept the doubles play.

Wissahickon 5, North Penn 2 >> The Trojans swept the doubles play without dropping a set and won the SOL crossover match on Monday. North Penn was impressive in singles with dominant No. 1 player Esha Velaga winning 6-0, 6-0 and Dakota Williams pulling out a 7-5, 6-3 win at No. 3 singles.


Methacton 186, Perkiomen Valley 187 >> Kate Thomas carded a 38 at Skippack Golf Club as the Warriors won a PAC thriller on Monday. Also standing out for the Warriors were Sarah Lawrie (44), Julia Sala (51) and Shivani Joshi (53). Abigail McCorkel’s 41 set the tone for PV.


North Penn 215, CB East 222 >> Connor Toussaint carded a 39 as the Knights eked out a win on Monday at Lookaway. No. 6 golfer Quinn Marett came back with a 41 to spark North Penn to the win.

Perkiomen Valley 193, Upper Merion 217 >> Jack Colyer carded a 36, while Ryan Horenci added a 37 for PV on Monday in a PAC matchup. Chris Cowgill added a 39 for PV. Audrey Schuebel set the tone for Upper Merion with a 40.


Dock Mennonite 6, Plumstead Christian 1 >> Olivia Zaskoda scored three goals as the Pioneers won big on Monday in BAL play. Olivia Veltre, Ainsley Moyer and Celeste Derstine also scored for the Pioneers (3-1, 3-0).

Jenkintown 3, Academy New Church 0 >> Maggie Lynch, Adelyn Smith and Kaelin DiMaria provided the offense as the Drakes picked up the nonconference win on Monday.

Methacton 9, Upper Merion 1 >> Nine different Warriors scored in Monday’s PAC crossover win over the Vikings. Riley McGrath scored for Upper Merion.

Upper Perkiomen 10, Norristown 0 >> Julia Traynor scored two goals and one assist as Upper Perk won big on Monday.

Boyertown 3, Pope John Paul II 0 >> Alex Morgan scored two goals as Boyertown picked up the win on Monday.

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