Wilson 14, Spring-Ford 9
Highlights: Alyssa Mozi’s milestone outing was the highlight of the Rams’ non-league game with the Bulldogs Saturday.
Mozi got the 100th goal of her scholastic career as part of a game-high six goals she netted alongside an assist. Alexa Kairis and Kayla Wilkes each had five goals and Mia Riccitelli had two for the Bulldogs in their non-league victory over the Rams.
Spring-Ford 7 2 – 9
Wilson 9 5 – 14
Goals: SF – Alyssa Mozi 6, Madison Pierce 1, Gianna DiBattista 1, Summer Smith 1. Wi – Alexa Kairis 5, Kayla Wilkes 5, Mia Riccitelli 2, Mattie Keiser 1, Ainsley McLain 1.
Assists: SF – Madison Pierce 1, Alexis Sowers 1, Gianna DiBattista 1, Alyssa Mozi 1. Wi – Audrey Miller 1.
Saves: SF – Ilyana Jones 9. Wi – Maria Sasasran 6.
Avon Grove 11, Phoenixville 6
Highlights: Avon Grove outscored the Phantoms 8-0 in the second half to walk away with Saturday’s non-league win.
Jamie Michaud led Phoenixville with a hat trick, and Ella Siaton, Natalie White and Gianna Thaxton all scored.
Owen J. Roberts 18, Perkiomen Valley 2
Highlights: Gracyn Smith led the way for the Wildcats as they celebrated Senior Night with a decisive victory over the Vikings.
Smith tallied her 100th career goal as part of a hat trick, capping the celebration for Owen J with offensive help from Gabbi Koury (six goals, three assists) and Alexa Vogelman (four goals). The OJR defense remained very stingy, as they limited PV to seven shots and two goals.
Perkiomen Valley 1 1 – 2
Owen J. Roberts 10 8 – 18
Goals: OJR – Gabbi Koury 6, Alexa Vogelman 4, Gracyn Smith 3, Lexi Muir 2, Sierra Milano 1, Blakely Doyle, Ava Clemson 1.
Assists: OJR – Gabbi Koury 3, Sierra Milano 1, Gracyn Smith 1, Quinn Defibaugh 1.
Saves: OJR – Korrigan Sweeney 5.
Perkiomen Valley 9, Emmaus 8
Highlights: Dane Hagen provided the offensive sparsk the Vikings needed to edge out the Hornets in Saturday’s non-league game.
Hagen had four goals and three assists for PV, with Jack Cooper and Ethan Schauer each adding two. Gino Nave had a career-high six caused turnovers, and senior goalie Caleb Woolsey had 9 saves in the day.
Perk Valley 3 2 3 1 – 9
Emmaus 1 0 1 6 – 8
Goals: PV – Dane Hsgen 4, Jack Cooper 2, Ethan Schauer 2, Matt Farrington 1.
Assists: PV – Dane Hagen 3, Matt Farrington 3, Matt Horgan 1.
Saves: PV – Caleb Woolsey 9.
Parkland 8, Spring-Ford 7
Highlights: Outscored 6-4 in the second half, the Rams saw their early lead overturned by the Trojans Saturday.
Chris Marchini netted a hat trick to head Spring-Ford, which held a 3-2 advantage at the half. The Rams were also edged by Parkland in shots on goal (25-24) and ground balls (21-20).
Spring-Ford 2 1 2 2 – 7
Parkland 1 1 3 3 – 8
Goals: SF – Chris Marchini 3, Will Fish 1, Hayden Wedemoyer 1, Will Bonowitz 1, Justin Wixted 1. Pk – Drew Filipovits 3, Chase Kusko 2, Aiden Finnegan 1, Mason Zaun 1, Jake Hurd 1.
Assists: SF – Will Bonowitz 2. Pk – Jake Parker 2, Chase Kusko 1, Adam Matulevicius 1, Matt Barraco 1.
Saves: SF – Brad Vanella 11. Pk – Andrew Matulevicius 4, Zade Afif 3.
Twin Valley 9, Pottsgrove 4
Highlights: Dom Gerasimowicz doubled twice and drove in a pair of runs to highlight the Falcons’ non-league loss Saturday. Yasir Gardner-Sizer also doubled as part of a two-hit day.
Hill School 14, Peddie School 10
Highlights: Gilbert Saunders’ three-run homer in the seventh highlighted a monster offensive outing in Saturday’s MAPL win. Tyler Chenevert (3-for-4) and Danny Palmieri (2-for-4) also drove in three runs. Colby Isabelle had three hits. Anthony Grosso allowed one unearned run in 3.2 innings of relief.
Perkiomen School 7, Shipley 3
Highlights: Erick Diaz homered twice as part of a 3-for-4, 3-RBI day and came around to score four times in Saturday’s non-league win. Henry Clausell tossed five strong innings, allowing two earned runs.
Daniel Boone 8, Wyomissing 2
Highlights: the Blazers scored 4 runs in the 5th inning with two outs and added 4 more runs in the 6 to pull out an 8-2 victory over Wyomissing.
Cam Hirshman lead the Blazers with two hits, an RBI and a stolen base. Mason Walter drove in three runs to back up winning pitcher Eli Rhoads, who went six innings allowing five hits and two runs while walking none and striking out three.
Peddie School 3 Hill School 0
Highlights: Peddie’s Morgan Beggs ( 7 IP, 19 K) outdueled Hill’s Aryanna Bodge (6 IP, 13K) in Saturday’s MAPL game.
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