Archbishop Wood 10, Little Flower 0 >> Dakota Fanelli tossed a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts in Tuesday’s win over Little Flower. Parker Kraus provided the offense with three hits, while Maura Yoos scored three runs and stole five bases. Fanelli added a home run, while Riley Nolan tripled for Wood.
North Penn 18, Truman 1 (5) >> Julia Shearer hit for the cycle, collecting four RBIs and four runs scored and also struck out 11 in pitching a five-inning complete game as North Penn cruised to a SOL crossover victory.
Shearer finished 4-for-5 at the plate, leading the game off with a single, hitting a RBI triple in the third, an RBI double in the fourth then a two-run home run in the fifth.
Lexi Nyce homered to start the fifth for the Knights (13-1, 10-1 SOL Colonial) while Sarah Sabocsik was 3-for-4 with a double, two RBIs and three runs scored. Annabelle Smink went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and scored twice. Jaclyn Diaz was 2-for-2 with two runs scored for NP. Casey Sokol and Bri Wilmot had three and two RBIs, respectively, while Nyce and Reyna Doherty both had two runs scored.
Lansdale Catholic 1, Cardinal O’Hara 0 >> Lauren Lashak pitched a 1-hit shutout and Bridget Duffy delivered an RBI single for the Crusaders (5-5, 3-2) in PCL play on Tuesday.
Plymouth Whitemarsh 5, Owen J. Roberts 4 >> The Colonials (11-3) snagged a late lead and defeated OJR on Tuesday in nonleague play. The game was tied at four when Molly Moore singled in the game-winning run for the Colonials. Moore pitched PW to the win, allowing four runs but striking out nine. Moore and Haylie Lindley each had three hits to pace PW.
Dock Mennonite 15, Plumstead Christian 1 >> Nate Lapp had 11 strikeouts en route to a complete game win for Dock over Plumstead Christian on Monday. Offensively, Deven Ross was 3-for-3 and scored four runs, Zack Neff had a bases-loaded triple (4 RBI’s total on the day), and Brayden Kratz tallied three hits for the Pioneers (8-0).
Phoenixville 7, Upper Merion 5 >> Julianna Callison scored three goals, while Ashley Evitts and Audrey Schuebel also tallied goals for the Vikings on Tuesday in a losing effort in PAC Frontier action. Morgan Puglisi and Avery Fox combined for seven saves in net for Upper Merion.
Archbishop Carroll 23, St. Hubert 1 >> Carroll scored 16 unanswered goals in the first half and seven more in the second half on Tuesday. Twenty-three different players scored for Carroll. Ava Bleckley had three assists and eight draw controls for Carroll, and Claire Sexton also had three assists. Goalies Robinson, Radar, and Elison combined for the win, stopping a total of three shots.
Spring-Ford 15, Methacton 12 >> Megan Sanelli scored five goals but the Warriors dropped the PAC contest on Tuesday. Jayme Weber added three goals and one assist for the Warriors, while Lily Dewan scored two goals. Also scoring for Methacton were Delaney Smith and Michelle Zhai, while Mackenzie Clarke had eight saves.
Upper Merion 10, Pope John Paul II 3 >> The Vikings (10-4) took a 6-0 lead into the half and coasted to the win on Senior Night. Casey Lamey led the way with four goals, but senior Brayden Marino added two goals and two assists. Also scoring for Upper Merion were Andrew Haney, Justin Besz, Lincoln Jones and Collin McCormick. Senior Rocco Lindelow was solid in goal with 10 saves.
Pennridge 15, CB South 14 (OT) >> Ryan Carichkoff scored six goals as the Rams (4-11, 3-5) won in overtime on Tuesday in SOL National action. Luke Lenox and Drew Ferguson each scored three goals, while Frankie Fanelli added two goals. Matt Seiler delivered the game-winner in overtime for his only goal of night, while Kieran Banks and Tyler Vandermark combined for 13 saves.
Pennridge 3, Souderton 2 >> The Rams surivived in a five-set thriller by scores of 25-17, 22-25, 23-25, 25-21 and 15-13. Riley Kodidek led the way with 50 assists and six blocks, while Tyler Johnson added 16 kills and five blocks for the Rams (11-1). Also standing out for Pennridge were Jude Rotondo (15 kills, 10 digs), Thomas McKinney (11 kills, 14 digs, three blocks), Bryce Ammon (8 kills, 4 aces), Nick Smith (5 kills, 4 blocks), Alex Derk (17 digs) and Ty Porter (6 digs). Standing out for Souderton were Nate Brown (24 kills, 9 digs, 4 aces), Andrew Brown (13 kills), JC Peacock (5 kills, 3 blocks), Tobie Lias (5 kills), Alec Kreiser (7 digs) and Ethan Frattarelli (5 digs).
Dock 3, Haverford 1 >> The Pioneers closed out their regular season with a 29-27, 25-15, 20-25 and 25-17 win on Tuesday. The Pioneers finished the match with 49 kills, six aces, 54 digs and eight blocks.
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