Owen J. Roberts 10, Coatesville 0 (5 inn.)
Highlights: Shay Geib pitched a five-inning no-hitter as the Wildcats won their eighth straight game Saturday.
Geib struck out two batters and walked three, while Kyle O’Connor had a four-hit day and Zach Santise doubled and tripled.
Boyertown 10, Upper Perkiomen 1
Highlights: Aidan Myers picked up the pitching win in relief while the Bears combined for eight runs in their final two at-bats against the Indians in their PAC divisional crossover game.
Myers threw one-hit ball from the sixth inning on, yielding just one walk while striking out two. Ryan Maloney homered and drove in two runs for Boyertown.
Daniel Boone 10, Conrad Weiser 5
Highlights: Nathan DeBusi went 2-for-3 with three RBI Saturday, and the Blazers (3-4 Berks I, 6-7) scored six runs in the seventh to rally past the Scouts in Berks League play.
Connor McGough went 2-for-3 with two RBI, and Cam Hirshman was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI for Boone. Kole Washleski allowed one hit and walked one while striking out four in 2.1 shutout innings of relief to earn the win.
Pope John Paul II 13, Interboro 2
Highlights: The Golden Panthers got multiple-RBI production from four players on the way to rolling up a victory on Interboro Saturday.
TJ Boccella had a three-run day for PJP while Nik Rubendall (2-for-3), Brendan Kenning (2-for-2) and Angelo Fiorella all drove in pairs of runs. An eight-run sixth was the key to the Panthers bringing the “mercy rule” into effect in that frame.
Lawrenceville 5, Hill School 1
Highlights: Gilbert Saunders ‘22 (4 IP, 7 K) and Anthony Grosso ‘25 (2 IP, 4 K) worked hard on the mound, but the Blues left too many runners on base in Saturday’s MAPL loss. Kenny Palmieri and Saunders both tallied a pair of hits to lead the offense.
Perkiomen School 6, George School 1
Highlights: Maria Contreras’ home run headed a solid offense that enabled the Panthers to beat George School Saturday.
Perkiomen notched three runs in the fourth inning, Kenna Tobin, Claudia Knowles and Anya Crapo all contributing RBI. Claudia Knowles secured the pitching win, the southpaw scattering five hits and one run over seven innings while striking out 10.
Perkoimen Valley 14, Haverford High 9
Highlights: The Vikings rallied from an early deficit to score the non-league victory over Haverford Saturday.
PV dominated time of possession with a five-goal salvo, headed by Matt Farrington’s four goals and five assists. Seniors Gino Nave and Cole Snyder each had two caused turnovers while senior goalie Caleb Woolsey had 9 saves.
Perk Valley 2 5 3 4 – 14
Haverford High 3 2 1 3 – 9
Goals: PV – Farrington 4, Dallas Pulliam 3, Dane Hagen 2, Shea Fusco 2, Aidan McCabe 1, Brad Curci 1, Jack Cooper 1.
Assists: PV – Matt Farrington 5, Dane Hagen 3, Ethan Schauer 2, Dallas Pulliam 1.
Saves: PV – Caleb Woolsey 9.
Upper Merion 14, Holy Ghost Prep 10
Highlights: Casey Lamey figuree in on eight of the Vikings’ goals in their victory over the Firebirds Saturday.
Lamey had a hat trick along with five assists. Collin McCormick was the team’s leading scorer with four tallies.
Upper Merion 3 2 1 8 – 14
Holy Ghost Prep 2 3 2 3 – 10
Goals: UMe – Collin McCormick 4, Casey Lamey 3, Brayden Marino 3, Justin Besz 2, Lincoln Jones 1, Kevin Roseland 1.
Assists: UMe – Casey Lamey 5, Brayden Marino 2, Justin Besz 1, Lincoln Jones 1.
Owen J. Roberts 18, Exeter 1
Highlights: Gabbi Koury scored the 200th point of her scholastic career while leading the Wildcats to victory over the Eagles.
Koury had hat tricks in goals and assists for Roberts, which was aided by five goals from Gracyn Smith. The defensive unit of Colby Wasson, Rachel Sbei, Avery Wentzel, Marley Danielsson, Ashly White and GKs Korrigan Sweeney and Kenzie Hagerty limited Exeter to one shot for the game.
Owen J. Roberts 14 4 – 18
Exeter 0 1 – 1
Goals: OJR – Gracyn Smith 5, Gabbi Koury 3, Alexa Vogelman 2, Blakely Doyle 2, Ava Clemson 2, Laina Grimm, Brooke Cano, Kalli Mullen, Quinn Defibaugh.
Assists: OJR – Gabbi Koury 3, Alexa Vogelman 2, Ava Clemson, Gracyn Smith, Sierra Milano, Blakely Doyle,
Spring-Ford 18, Parkland 4
Highlights: Giannaa DiBattista and Alyssa Mozi combined for 11 goals as the Rams rolled to a non-league win Saturday. DiBattista led the way with six goals and Mozi had five, while Madison Pierce (goal) and Aurora Ferguson both tallied two assists.
Goals: SF – Gianna DiBattista 6, Alyssa Mozi 5, Madison Pierce, Alexis Sowers, Emma Sowers, Lindsay Evak, Mia Mitchell, Kelly Czapor, Anna DePaoli; P – Nikki Boyer, Isabella Este bun, Anna Sesinger, Hannah Fredrich.
Assists: SF – Madison Pierce 2, Aurora Ferguson 2, Alexis Sowers, Emma Sowers; P – Kira Schafer.
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