Methacton 7, Pottsgrove 0
Highlights: Kayla Kaufman, Caitlin Woolbert and Nicole Timko all hit home runs, and Jess Lineen struck out nine in a complete-game shutout as the Warriors picked up Monday’s PAC Crossover win.
Spring-Ford 10, Upper Perkiomen 0
Highlights: Jules Scogna and Jessica Fliszor combined on a one-hitter over five innings and the Rams exploded in a nine-run second inning in a PAC crossover win Monday.
Caitlin Ashley was the offensive star for SF with a home run and double in a four-RBI day. Madison Peck added two hits and three RBI and Morgan Lester was 3-for-4 with a run driven in.
Boyertown 14, Pottstown 4
Highlights: Alexis Laboy had a double and homer as part of a 3-hit, 5-RBI day in the Bears’ PAC Crossover win Monday. Katelyn Dulin added a four hit day, Victoria Butler chipped in two doubles and three 3 RBI and Lauren Ziegler also left the yard for the Bears. Savannah Richards drove in three runs for Pottstown.
Perkiomen Valley 11, Pope John Paul II 0
Highlights: The Vikings plated six runs in the top of the seventh to break things open in Monday’s PAC Crossover win. Callie Martiello (2 2B, 2 RBI), Serena Crovetti (2B, RBI) and Sam Corey (3B, 2 RBI) had three hits apiece for PV out of the 2-3-4 spots, while Bella Reedy allowed just two hits, one walk and struck out 12 in a complete-game shutout. Kelsey Bryant had both of PJP’s hits.
Owen J. Roberts 10, Upper Merion 0
Highlights: Nat Alldred pitched a shutout with six strikeouts and had a triple as part of her three-hit day to lead the Wildcats.
Liv Egan had a two-run double as part of the Wildcats’ 11-hit offense.
Norristown 12, Phoenixville 4
Highlights: Norristown broke the game open in the top of the fifth and rolled on to a PAC crossover win on Monday. The game was tied 4-4 in the top of the fifth when Gianna Pino-Ramseur doubled to score the game’s deciding runs.
Norristown totaled 10 hits. Ryan Morse, Pino-Ramseur, and Alana Echevarria each collected two hits to lead Norristown.
Alaina Woods led Phoenixville with two hits.
Perkiomen School 17, Mastery Charter-Camden 0
Highlights: Claudia Knowles threw three shutout frames, allowing just a pair of hits while striking out eight in the Mercy-rule shortened game. The Panthers totaled 18 hits as Anya Crapo, Kenna Tobin, Halley Tobin, Knowles, Sophia Taylor and Maria Contreras all had multi-hit days.
Owen J. Roberts 18, Upper Merion 5
Highlights: Dean Mihos finished a home run short of the cycle, scored three runs and drove in four more in a dominant OJR offensive performance Monday in a PAC Crossover win. Ethan Sabatino added a pair of hits, two runs scored and three RBI.
Perkiomen Valley 5, Pope John Paul II 4
Highlights: The Vikings tallied four runs in the third inning to help pick up a PAC Crossover win Monday. Andrew McGowan tossed five innings (3 ER) and tallied two hits at the plate. Steven Giorgi doubled and drove in three runs. Nik Rubendall homered for PJP and Aidan Sgarra went 3-for-3.
Spring-Ford 15, Upper Perkiomen 2
Highlights: Grant Klemann led a big Ram’s offensive day in Monday’s PAC Crossover win, tallying four hits, four RBI and two stolen bases. Nick Flores also drove in four runs. Isaac Bugman drove in UP’s only two runs.
Daniel Boone 11, Reading 0
Dylan Schueler allowed two hits over five shutout innings and was backed by a strong offensive outing from the Blazers’ bats in Monday’s six-inning Berks League win. Riley Brady (triple) and Conner McGough (3 RBI) both tallied a pair of hits to lead Boone at the plate.
Phoenixville 9, Upper Merion 8: Jaime Michaud’s seven-goal outing helped the Phantoms to an overtime win in Monday’s PAC Frontier contest. Ashley Evitts had six of the Vikings’ goals in the loss.
Goals: PHX – Jaime Michaud 7, Gianna Thaxton, Caroline Flick; UM – Ashley Evitts 6, Julianna Callison 2.
Spring-Ford 17, Pope John Paul II 3: Alyssa Mozi and Madison Pierce both figured in on six Rams’ goals in Monday’s PAC Crossover win. Mozi scored five goals and assisted on another, while Pierce scored twice and tallied four assists. Lexi Sowers also added a hat trick for Spring-Ford, while Jill CoBaugh tallied one for PJP.
Spring-Ford stats: Alyssa Mozi 5 goals, 1 assist, 2 Draw Controls; Alexis Sowers 3 goals, 1 assist, 1 Draw Control; Madison Pierce 2 goals, 4 assists; Emma Sowers 2 goals; Gianna DiBattista 1 goal, 3 Draw Controls; Hailey Mozi 1 goal, 3 Draw controls, 1 assist; Aurora Ferguson 1 goal; Carley Christman 1 goal; Kelly Czapor 1 goal; Anna DePaoli 2 assists; Ilyana Jones 11 Saves.
PJP stats: Jill CoBaugh 3 goals, 6 Draw Controls; Elena Coliluori 1 Draw Control; Kelly Pives 3 Draw controls; Camryn Grimley 1 Draw Control; Alexa Swartz 7 saves.
Owen J. Roberts 18, Gwynned Mercy Academy 2: Gracyn Smith, Alexa Vogelman and Gabbi Koury led the way as OJR stayed undefeated with Monday’s non-league win. Smith (3G, 4A), Vogelman (4G, 2A), and Koury (4G, 2A, 10DCs) had big days, and Quinn Defibaugh tallied her first hat trick. Colby Wasson also chipped in two ground balls and three caused turnovers.
Goals: OJR – Alexa Vogelman 4, Gabbi Koury 4, Gracyn Smith 3, Quinn Defibaugh 3, Ava Clemson 2, Kalli Mullen, Sierra Milano.
Assists: OJR – Gracyn Smith 4, Gabbi Koury 2, Alexa Vogelman 2, Blakely Doyle, Kalli Mullen, Ava Clemson.
Saves: OJR – Korrigan Sweeney 9, Mckenzie Hagerty 1.
Boyertown 13, Pope John Paul II 4
Highlights: Ryder Gehris (4) and Aidan McFalls (3) combined for seven goals and Boyertown cruised to a PAC win over PJP.
Gage Parker nabbed two goals and three assists and Luke Heimbach (1 goal, 1 assist), Adam Gallagher (1 goal, 6 groundballs) and Wyatt Yerger, 1 goal, 15-for-18 faceoffs) were other key Bear contributors.
Spring-Ford 7, Phoenixville 0
Singles: Cameron Moore (SF) def. Nico Rambla 6-2, 6-2; Navein Suresh (SF) def. Leo Doberenz 6-0, 6-1; Henry Damiani (SF) def. Tarun Emani 6-1, 6-1.
Doubles: Ethan Shakour/Krithik Rajasekar (SF) def. Pat Darragh/Zaid Abdel-Mayid; Yash Rohera/Neng Jiang (SF) def. Zach Pokofsky/Nate Lebisky 6-0, 6-1; Jacob Collier/Sean Lambert (SF) def. Nick Vanderveer/Luke Gallagher 6-0, 6-0; Sahil Desai/Arnav Gupta (SF) def. Sullivan/Mastrocolo 6-3, 6-2.
Owen J. Roberts 5, Pottsgrove 2
Singles: Talan Nguyen (OJR) def. Troy Watts, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2; Wyatt Lear (Pg) def. Jack Sawicki, 6-4, 7-6 (5); Michael Krueger (Pg) def. Blake Brennan, 6-3, 6-3.
Doubles: Liam Sanders/Akash Praba (OJR) def. Anthony Nodolski/Harry Grant, 6-4, 6-2; Matthew Taylor/Will Cano (OJR) def. Declan Tabor/Evyn Brogley, 6-0, 6-1; Chase Schultz/Owen Lake (OJR) def. Guy Walker/Paul Fabian, 6-0, 6-1; Garret Sloan/Seth Griste (OJR) def. Nathan Kratz/Steven McPillimey, 6-0, 6-4.
Boyertown 7, Pope John Paul II 0
Singles: Brayden Burkhardt (B) def. Chris Cossa, 6-0, 6-0, Nick Gehringer (B) def. Aidan McCarel, 6-2, 6-1; Shane Gabriel (B) def. Michael Fiore, 6-0, 6-1.
Doubles: Luke Brisbois/Jacob Boughter (B) def. Ben Laster/Christian Bourbon, 6-0, 6-0; AJ Lilly/Andrew Mayan (B) def. Andres Lugo/VJ Whitaker, 6-1, 6-3; Cole Boughter/Joe Romano (B) def. AJ Bordic/Owen Love, 6-1, 6-2; Sam Frain/James Toburen (B) def. Tommy Wykowski/James Pickell, 6-0, 6-0.
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