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Mercury Roundup (May 25): Upper Perkiomen, Spring-Ford softball earn District 1 wins

Upper Perkiomen 4, Interboro 0

Highlights: Seven Upper Perk players had hits, including three from pitcher Madalyn Dyer, who hurled a 10-strikeout shutout of Interboro Wednesday.

Dyer (RBI) went 3-for-3 while catcher Ashley Forrest was 2-for-3.

Box Score

Spring-Ford 3, Souderton 2

Highlights: The Rams went on a scoring tear in the fifth inning, plating all their runs to get by the Indians in their District 1-6A playoff game.

Gracie Carlin drove in two of Spring-Ford’s runs with help from her triple. Ellie Jarrell chipped in with a 2-for-2 bat and third RBI.

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West Chester Rustin 7, Phoenixville 6

After the Phantoms intentionally walked Ali Black (3-3, 4RBI) with one out in the bottom of the seventh with the game tied 6-6, Mairaid Hopkins ripped a an 0-2 pitch to left-center to knock in Black, lifting Rustin to a 7-6 win in round two of the District 1, Class 5A playoffs.

Emily Gillis picked up the pitching win, allowing six runs on eight hits, while striking out five.

With the win, the top-seeded Golden Knights advance to Friday’s semi-finals, where they will host No. 5 Marple-Newtown, a 6-5 winner over No. 4 Merion Mercy Wednesday.

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