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Mercury Roundup (Oct. 6): Owen J. Roberts’ Laloup nets OT winner vs Perk Valley

FIELD HOCKEY

Owen J. Roberts 2, Perkiomen Valley 1

Highlights: Rylee Laloup scored off a corner in overtime to deliver the Wildcats a PAC Liberty win over the Vikings on Wednesday.

Laloup scored both of OJR’s goals, assisted by Sierra Milano. Jordyne Strong tallied PV’s lone score off an assist from Lauren Keyte.

Methacton 2, Boyertown 0

Highlights: Elena Snodgrass and Madison Noh provided the Warriors all the offense needed to get by the Bears in their Pioneer AthletiC Conference Liberty Division pairing.

Snodgrass and Noh each scored goals, then recorded assists on each other’s tallies. Sarah Yoder was the bright spot for the Bears, recording seven saves in goal for Boyertown.

Upper Merion 2, Pope John Paul II 0

Highlights: Becca Shuler and Riley McGrath netted goals to deliver the Vikings a PAC Frontier win over the Golden Panthers on Wednesday.

Gabby Walker pitched a shutout in the Upper Merion net. Charlotte Meade helped the shutout cause with a defensive save.

Berks League

Daniel Boone 6, Reading High 0

Highlights:  Hannah Huddleson had two goals as the Blazers beat the short-handed Red Knights, who had only eight players.

Boone (7-3, 10-4) scored four first-quarter goals playing 11-on-8. It added two goals in the fourth quarter when the teams played 8-on-8. Goals: DB – Hannah Huddleson 2, Marlee Fetrow 1, Amanda Spotts 1, Liliana Stefanelli 1, Haley Wagner 1.

Assists: DB – Lilly Casner 1, Jessica Newland 1.

Saves: DB – Sophia Keim 1, Kaitlyn Gershaw 0. Rdg – Keyla Batista 12.

Non-League

Hill School 6, Springside-Chestnut Hill 0

Highlights: Maggie Kondrath’s four-goal showing led the Blues in their non-league romp over Springside-Chestnut Hill.

Two of Kondrath’s goals came off corner shots. She was also credited with one of seven assists recorded by the Hill (8-1).

Goals: HS – Maggie Kondrath 4, Aubrey Turner 1, Ella Kaplan 1.

Assists: HS – Coleman 1, Orsi 1, Kondrath 1, Robinson 1, Allain 1, Scarlatos 1, Cowan 1.

Saves: HS – Hayley Gable and Hala Silverstein.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Boyertown 3, Perkiomen Valley 2

Highlights: The Bears rallied from 2-1 down to take down the Vikings in five sets (29-27, 23-25, 16-25, 25-22 and 15-12) in PAC Liberty Division action on Wednesday. The win improved Boyertown to 11-0 in the PAC.

Grace Rinehimer tallied 52 assists and 13 digs, while Adrianna Derstine added 37 kills, 34 digs, three blocks and two aces for the Bears. Emma Smith (24 digs) and Allison Pioli (11 kills, 35 digs) also had big days for Boyertown.

Lilah Maus (17 kills, 17 digs), Naomi Clauhs (14 kills, 4 blocks, 18 assists, 12 digs), Cami Leyes (26 digs, 4 assists, 3 aces), Olivia Wusinich (21 assists, 12 digs ) and Shannon O’Keefe (17 digs) were standouts for PV.

Pop John Paul II 3, Upper Merion 0

Highlights: The Golden Panthers handed the Vikings their first PAC Frontier loss of the season in three sets (24-14, 25-15 and 25-20) on Wednesday.

For Upper Merion, Sophia Schweikert had nine kills, Vanessa Hutchinson had 19 digs, while Raven Albrecht and Caitlyn Daywalt shared 21 assists.

Spring-Ford 3, Methacton 1

Highlights: The Rams aided their Final Four chances with a PAC Liberty win over Methacton on Wednesday, taking down the Warriors in four sets (23-25, 25-15, 25-11, 25-17)

Senior Ally Plitnick tallied 27 Assists, 9 Kills and 14 Digs, senior Camryn Elsner had 30 Digs, senior Faith Hudon had 20 Digs, junior Kylie Michal had 6 Kills and 5 blocks, junior Sara Fritzinger had 12 Kills and f reshman Lauren Angelucci had 9 Kills to lead Spring-Ford.

Exeter 3, Daniel Boone 1

Highlights: The Blazers dropped a four-setter (25-14,, 25-18, 27-29, 25-13) in Berks action on Wednesday.

Ashley Kriebel (6 kills, 3 aces, 10 digs), Jayda Kugler (15 assists, 2 aces, 16 digs), Aubrey Hunt (16 digs, 3 kills) and Sienna Scaglione (13 digs) were statistical stars for the Blazers.

Perkiomen School 3, Academy of the New Church 0

Highlights: The Panthers improved to 8-0 with Wednesday’s sweep, winning with set scores of 25-21, 25-15, and 25-14 .

Mara Vazquez was the team’s player of the match with a triple-double, tallying 20 digs, 10 assists and 10 passes.

Other standouts for Perkiomen were Gala Rivera (21 digs, 4 aces, 8 kills),  Maia Contreras (11 digs, 15 passes, 8 kills, 4 aces),  Addy Miller (7 assists, 6 digs, 6 passes, 4 kills), Mia Skuraton (5 digs, 2 kills), Anya Crapo (3 kills), Shea Leach (2 aces).

GIRLS TENNIS

Boyertown 7, Norristown 0

Singles: Olivia Vangeli (Bt) def. Angele Bakutibe 6-0, 6-0; Katrina Clark (Bt) def. Josie Day 6-4, 6-4; Brenna Bussinger (Bt) won 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: Lauren Campbell/Grace Fisher (Bt) def. Sarai Marks/Sienna Pendleton 6-1, 6-0; Lila Schmid/Rebecca Sandoval (Bt) won by forfeit; Sydney Kuszyk/Jordan Parker (Bt) won by forfeit; Julia Berger/Cassidy Ness (Bt) won by forfeit.

Non-League

Upper Perkiomen 6, Christopher Dock 1

Singles: Maggie Dowell (CD) def. Hope Thompson 7-5, 6-3; Maddy Dyer (UP) def. Irene Park 6-0, 6-0; Sarah Andrasak (UP) def. Ashley Park 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: M’Lynn Poulson/Liz Greczek (UP) def. Meg Reed/Ana Gallego 6-2, 6-4; Emily Vogel/Cassidy Bush (UP) def. Emily O’Rourke/Cindy Tong 6-0, 6-1; Addison Rennells/Emi Sensinger (UP) won by forfeit; Alayna Phillips/Jada Leidy (UP) won by forfeit.

BOYS SOCCER

Perkiomen School 9, Solebury School 0

Highlights: Brock Reber hit the nets for four goals, helping propel the Panthers to a Penn-Jersey League victory over Solebury School.

Guillermo Heras Gomez chipped in with another pair of scores while Kuzey Ercan, Xavier Ochoterena and Kolten Reber also scored for Perkiomen (4-0, 6-2).

BOYS WATER POLO

Hill School 15, Friends’ Central 5

Highlights: Hill started strong and finished strong in its win over Friends’ Central on Wednesday. The Blues jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter before finishing the game with a 4-1 fourth.

Shunji Lewandowski ’24 and Kerr Redner ’24 posted hat tricks., and JiHwan Sung ’22, Matthew Flynn ’25 and Patrick Gao ’25 each contributed a pair of goals. Zack Rubenzahl ’23, RJ Jordan ’24 and Erick Sun ’24 rounded out the scroing. Jordan contributed five steals and two field blocks on the defensive end. Lewandowski and Artem Kyselov ’23 each provided three assists.

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