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Mercury Roundup (Jan. 12): Perkiomen Valley wrestling earns first win over Owen J. Roberts in 13 years

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Perkiomen Valley 42, Owen J. Roberts 26 >> A strong finish fueled by winning five of the last six bouts – three courtesy the Euker family – gave Perkiomen Valley its first win over Owen J. Roberts in 13 years Wednesday in PAC action.

The decisive run began with Gavin Pascoe’s pin at 152. He was followed by Carter Euker (pin at 160), Paul Popplewell (decision at 189), Grant Euker (forfeit at 215) and Cole Euker (pin at 285) to close the match with only Dillon Bechtold’s forfeit win at 172 going in OJR’s favor.

PV’s most recent won over OJR prior to Wednesday came on Jan. 14, 2009, a 33-28 win.

106 – Quinn Carr (OJR) pinned Joey Capaldo, 5:00 (0-6)
113 – Brady Quinn (OJR) dec. Vincent Taylor, 13-4 (0-10)
120 – Conner Kim (PV) pinned Alex Brandt, 4:59 (6-10)
126 – Patrick Lamirande (PV) pinned Braden Hauseman, 3:21 (12-10)
132 – Matthew Englehardt (OJR) pinned Aidan Stratton, 5:22 (12-16)
138 – Kelly Kakos (PV) dec. Mason Karkoska, 5-0 (15-16)
145 – Sam Gautreau (OJR) dec. Luke Ricci, 12-3 (15-20)
152 – Gavin Pascoe (PV) pinned Brody Mazzerle, 2:13 (21-20)
160 – Carter Euker (PV) pinned Drew Barone, 3:29 (27-20)
172 – Dillon Bechtold (OJR) won by forfeit (27-26)
189 – Paul Popplewell (PV) dec. Andrew Calamaro, 9-3 (30-26)
215 – Grant Euker (PV) won by forfeit (36-26)
285 – Cole Euker (PV) pinned Blake Fisher, :38 (42-26)

Spring-Ford 61, Norristown 10 >> Eight pins carried the Rams past the Eagles in a PAC match Wednesday. Spring-Ford improved to 2-0 in the PAC and 6-2 overall.

106-Gus Smith (SF) pinned Gavin Walker, 1:53 (6-0)
113-Douglas Cawley (N) dec. Brady Seislove, 9-0 (6-4)
120-Dominic Ortlip (SF) pinned Adam Gonzalez 1:27 (12-4)
126-Quinn Smith (SF) pinned Samir Miles 1:02 (18-4)
132- Steven DeAngelo (SF) pinned Nikosh Marston 3:18 (24-4)
138-Matthew Offner (SF) by forfeit (30-4)
145-Ryan Lepore (SF) by forfeit (36-4)
152-Anthony Attilio (SF) pinned Andrew Mocarsky 1:25 (42-4)
160-Drew Dotterer (SF) won by technical fall over Jesus Carmona, 2:00 (47-4)
172-Ryan Horvath (SF) pinned Dylan Pachik 2:18 (53-4)
189-Kyle Huston (SF) pinned Chris Carter 4:26 (59-4)
215-Todd Picard (N) pinned Colbin Carpenter 4:42 (59-10)
285-John Kaputa (SF) dec. Eric Whitt 7-5 (62-10)
*-SF received -1 team point for unsportsmanlike conduct

Boyertown 58, Methacton 9 >> After trailing through four bouts, the Bears dropped the hammer with five straight pins and closed to match on a nine-match run of pins or technical falls to cruise past the Warriors. Brody Coleman (106) started the swing for Boyertown and was followed in the five pin run by Sonny Mash (113), Luke Heimbach (120), Gavin Sheridan (125) and Derek Renninger (132).

172 – Nicholas Montanye (Bt) dec. Brody Borkowski, 8-7 (3-0)
189 – Leo Egbe (Bt) dec. Collin O’Neill, 4-1 (6-0)
215 – Joshua Cancro (Me) dec. Michael Kelleher, 12-5 (6-3)
285 – Damian Moser (Me) pinned Matthew Cavalari, 4:10 (6-9)
106 – Brody Coleman (Bt) pinned Ryan Hayes, 3:54 (12-9)
113 – Sonny Mash (Bt) pinned Joshua Retzlaff, 1:29 (18-9)
120 – Luke Heimbach (Bt) pinned Shane McQuaid, 3:00 (24-9)
126 – Gavin Sheridan (Bt) pinned Joey Simko, 4:35 (30-9)
132 – Derek Renninger (Bt) pinned Ryan Bove, 2:51 (36-9)
138 – Beck Babb (Bt) won by technical fall over Joseph Gregory, 5:49 (41-9)
145 – Dominic Sheridan (Bt) pinned Grant Baker, 3:48 (47-9)
152 – Chance Babb (Bt) pinned Matty Shumaker, 0:56 (53-9)
160 – Ryder Gehris (Bt) won by technical fall over Cole Rotondo, 5:08 (58-9)

Upper Perkiomen 43, Phoenixville 30 >> Upper Perk and Phoenixville split the six contested bouts but the Tribe used five forfeits in their favor to snare the PAC victory Saturday. Brandon Godshall won 8-4 at 126, Shane Freeh majored at 145 and Gabriel Tulone pinned at 106 for UP’s wins. Phoenixville went back-to-back-to-back with first-period pins from Jude Daly (189), Owen Koch (215) and Roman Ciaverelli (285).

126 – Brandon Godshall (UP) dec. Justin Meyers, 8-4 (3-0)
132 – Tyler Hoffer (UP) won by forfeit (9-0)
138 – Thomas Fehnel (UP) won by forfeit (15-0)
145 – Shane Freeh (UP) dec. Matteo Ferri, 16-4 (19-0)
152 – Roy Cobb (UP) won by forfeit (25-0)
160 – Mason Koch (Px) won by forfeit (25-6)
172 – Kael Gilbert (Px) won by forfeit (25-12)
189 – Jude Daly (Px) pinned Chidike Eruba, 1:30 (25-18)
215 – Owen Koch (Px) pinned Tommy Flud, 1:25 (25-24)
285 – Roman Ciaverelli (Px) pinned Josh Hill, 2:36 (25-30)
106 – Gabriel Tulone (UP) pinned Zack Rakowski, :31 (31-30)
113 – Matt Milkowich (UP) won by forfeit (37-30)
120 – Brandan Rozanski (UP) won by forfeit (43-30)

Boys Basketball

St. Benedicts 64, Hill School 62 >> Ollie Hutchison had a career-high 19 points but Hill lost a heartbreaker to St. Benedict’s Wednesday.

St Benedicts: Johnson 8 2-4 22, Jeff-Dobbs 4 0-1 10, Grant 1 3-4 5, Dembele 7 3-3 18, Vassel 0 0-0 0, Parrell 1 0-0 3, Bakare 0 0-0 0, Browne 2 0-0 5, Williams 1 0-0 3, Johnson 0 0-0 0, Cola 0 0-0 0, St. Jean 0 0-0 0, Totals 24 8-12 66.
Hill School: Eilberg 0 0-0 0, Wise 0 0-0 0, O’Neil 2 0-0 6, Meusser 3 3-4 10, Gerhart 1 1-2 4, Moss 8 0-5 17, Hutchinson 6 2-2 19, Cameron 2 0-0 6, Totals 22 6-13 62.
St Benedicts 36 28-64
Hill School 34 28-62
3-point goals: Johnson 4, Jeff-Dobbs 2, Dembele, Parrell, Hutchinson 5, Cameron 2, O’Neil 2, Meusser, Gerhart, Moss.

Girls Basketball

Pottstown 50, Pottsgrove 39 >> Trinell Watson was the scoring star with 22 points and Pottstown pulled away in the second half of a PAC Frontier win. Tamya Jarrett added 15 for the Trojans. Aaliyah Freeman topped the Falcons’ scoresheet with 15 points.

Pottstown: Caple 1 0-2 3, Watson 7 8-9 22, Jarrett 7 1-1 15, Fleming 2 0-0 4, McClune 1 0-0 2, Weiler 1 0-0 2, Blake 0 0-0 0, Brandon 1 0-0 2, Totals 20 9-12 50.
Pottsgrove: Oister 0 0-0 0, Rockemore 3 0-0 8, Leaman 4 2-3 10, Freeman 5 4-6 15, Smith 2 0-2 4, Eckman 1 0-0 2, Totals 15 6-11 39.
Pottstown 14 5 14 17-50
Pottsgrove 9 9 12 9-39
3-point goals: Caple, Rockemore 2, Freeman.

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