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Mercury Lacrosse Roundup (May 2): Upper Merion, Spring-Ford girls roll to division wins


Upper Merion 18, Pottsgrove 9

Highlights: Sam Walmsey, Olivia Smith and Ashley Evitts all scored four goals, while Julianna Callison added a hat trick in UM’s PAC Frontier win Monday. The victory set up a de-facto division championship game with Phoenixville on Tuesday for the Vikings. Pottsgrove’s Sydney Wasdick led all scorers with five goals.

Goals: UM – Sam Walmsley 4, Olivia Smith 4, Ashley Evitts 4, Julianna Callison 3, Melissa McCabe, Brooke Olsen, Audrey Scheubel’ PG – Sydney Wasdick 5, Katie Bean 3, Hires.

Assists: UM – Sam Walmsley 2, Melissa MccCabe 2, Olivia Smith, Julianna  Callison, Brooke Olsen.

Saves: UM- Morgan Puglisi 6.

Spring-Ford 25, Norristown 3

Highlights: Alexis Sowers’ hat trick led a list of 18 goal scorers for the Rams in Monday’s PAC Liberty game. Madison Pierce chipped in two goals and six assists. Norristown’s Ayan Lions had a hat trick to lead the Eagles.

Goals: SF- Alexis Sowers 3, Anna DePaoli 2, Gianna DiBattista 2, Kelly Czapor 2, Madison Pierce 2, Erin Brogan 2, Aurora Ferguson, Emma Sowers, Lindsay Evak, Morgan Pizzi, Mia Mitchell, Leah Janke, Carly Christman, Amanda Pizzi, Riley Czapor, Marina Granieri, Grace Salamone, Jackie Van Hulst; NT – Ayana Lions.

Assists: SF – Madison Pierce 6, Anna DePaoli 2, Carly Christman 2, Summer Smith, Riley Czapor, Marina Granieri.


Pope John Paul II 6, W.C. Henderson 3

Highlights: The Golden Panthers erased a 2-1 halftime deficit to walk away with a non-league victory Monday on Senior Day. Colie Miller, Eric Zadroga and Ian Young all scored a pair of goals, while Denny Owens, Joey Moffa, Ethan O’Pake and Hugh Trexler led the defense in front of goalie Sean Fallon (12 saves). Connor Gucwa and Luke Sykes.


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