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The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (Sept. 12): Abington girls volleyball improves to 6-0

Girls Volleyball
Abington 3, Gwynedd Mercy 1: The Ghosts improved to 6-0 on the season with a 25-23, 14-25, 25-19 and 25-17 win on Monday. Kenya Lucas led the way with 29 kills, while Mary Carter added 45 assists. Sasha Moody chipped in with 11 kills, while Shayla Moody added seven kills of her own.

Souderton 3, Lansdale Catholic 1: The Indians rallied in four sets for the win on Monday by scores of 25-15, 22-25, 25-20 and 25-17. Grace Boy led the way for Souderton with 18 assists, while McKenna Murawski added five kills, six aces and six digs. Also standing out for Souderton were Teya McConnaha (12 kills, 3 blocks), Kay Guessford (7 kills, 1 block) and Alexa Mazzeo (9 digs, 1 kill, 3 assists, 1 ace).

Upper Merion 3, Upper Dublin 0: The Vikings swept to the nonconference win by scores of 25-12, 25-4 and 25-11 on Monday. Sophia Schweikert led the way with 20 kills and 11 digs, while Caitlyn Daywalt contributed 21 assists. Raven Albrecht had an incredible night from the service line as she scored 17 points (6 aces). Amber Chang added 11 more service points. Julia Giammarco and Yalerie Acevado combined for 14 digs. Despina Kourtidis and Sydney Bright controlled the net with their blocking. The victory raised UM’s match record to 5-1, (9-3 overall).

Field Hockey
Upper Perk 3, Pope John Paul II 2: Cate Mink scored both goals for the Golden Panthers, but fell short on Monday in PAC play. Gianna Manza made 18 saves in net for PJP.

Springfield Twp. 3, Upper Moreland 1: Emma Yoder and Gabi Maletta both scored in the first quarter as the Spartans rallied for the SOL Freedom win on Monday. Gracie Bucholtz also scored for Springfield in the third quarter, while Norah Conlin picked up all three assists. Zoe Longstreth scored the lone goal for the Bears.

Methacton 4, Upper Perkiomen 0: Nicole Uebele, Elise DeWan, Ceci Rehak and Elena Weychert all scored goals as the Warriors won the PAC contest on Monday. Nicole Uebele also added two assists. Natalie and Emily Drake combined for the shutout in goal.

Spring-Ford 183, Pope John Paul II 199: Adam Profrock carded a 1-over-37 but the Golden Panthers fell short at Rivercrest Country Club. Jack Brennan and Cole Miller also shot 40s for PJP. Charlie Ferrise and Lucas Kozack both carded 35s for Spring-Ford.

Central Bucks West 190, North Penn 207: Chase Feraco carded a 37 as the Bucks picked up the SOL Colonial win on Monday at Pinecrest. Hayley Ekert carded a 40 to pace North Penn.

Girls Soccer
Perkiomen Valley 4, Pope John Paul II 0: Kyanni Escudero made 21 saves in net but the Golden Panthers dropped the PAC contest on Monday. Rain Boyd scored two goals for PV.

Archbishop Wood 7, St. Hubert 2: Paige Eckert and Maddie McCloud each scored two goals as the Vikings won big in PCL action on Monday. Avery Lubbe, Kate Panepresso and Ava DeGeorge also scored, while DeGeorge added four assists.

Methacton 3, Pottsgrove 0: Aubrey Beaugard scored two goals as the Warriors were victorious on Monday. Beaugard scored the first in the 19th minute off a feed from Kendall Ricca. The second one didn’t come until the 60th minute off a nice pass from Mackenzie Coupe. Mia Chan finished off the scoring off a feed from Maddy Washburn. Methacton goalie Riley McDonald recorded the shutout with three saves in net.

New Hope-Solebury 3, Upper Moreland 2: Madison Forest-Rivers and Brooke Lobban each scored for the Golden Bears on Monday in an SOL Freedom loss on Monday.
“The second half there was a bit more back and forth,” UM head coach Lisa Benevenuto said. “New Hope was able to finish two opportunities which put us behind. We continued to push offensively. Katie Slear and Willow Taylor were able to work the ball through the middle and found Brooke Lobban for the equalizer. Our girls did a good job of not losing their composure, but we didn’t have enough to finish the game. New Hope was able to come back in the 77th minute and get the go ahead goal. We will continue to learn from each game and move forward.”

Boys Soccer
Plymouth Whitemarsh 4, Wissahickon 1: Ryan Berger scored the lone goal for the Trojans, but they dropped the SOL Liberty contest on Monday.

Methacton 5, Pottsgrove 0: The Warriors (4-2) took a 3-0 lead into the break and coasted to the win on Monday. Brayden Ahlum led Methacton with two goals, while Dishawn Shakes and Amer Amer also scored for the Warriors. Grant Bowman, Braden Kavanagh, Amer and Lucas Capelini were credited with assists. Methacton goalie Wyatt Stemler made two saves in net.

Perkiomen Valley 3, Pope John Paul II 2: PJP took an early lead when Ben Rubinich found space outside the 18 and placed one off the far post and in to give PJP a 1-0 lead at the 27:32 mark of the first half. Ben Bosio doubled the lead with a highlight 38-yard laser with just over 6 minutes before half for a 2-0 Panthers’ lead. Halftime was extended with a lightning strike and PV came out with a goal 9 minutes in by Ryan Taormina finishing off a scrum from a free kick. Perk Valley equalized with 19:25 left when Sean Schoeniger headed home a Chris Saboe-Moore cross. Christian Campbell finished the game-winner with 4:35 left finding the side netting from inside the box for PV.

Girls Tennis
Abington 6, Springfield-Montco. 1: The Ghosts swept the singles matches and recorded the SOL crossover win on Monday. Alejandro Grandtono gutted out a 6-4, 6-3 win at No. 1 singles over Jacqueline Waters to set the tone for Abington. Springfield picked up a win at No. 3 doubles when the duo of Ayla Dibattista/Penelope Kline won in a third-set tiebreak over Zhara Haidara/Regina Kamenshchik.

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