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The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (Sept. 28): North Penn blanks Bensalem

Girls soccer
North Penn 3, Bensalem 0: The Knights picked up the SOL crossover win on Wednesday behind goals from Kiera Sparango, Audrey McNair and and Lauren Blanch.

Souderton 2, CR North 1: Trailing 1-0, the Indians rallied for the SOL crossover win on Wednesday behind two goals from freshman Sienna Stunkard.
“Top to bottom a really great performance,” Souderton Head Coach Ian Smith said. “I thought Nicole Schulingkamp played great in multiple positons for us and Mykaela Ruth had one of her best game in her high school career. She was shutting everything down in the midfield and helping us control the pace there as well. Now our goal is to continue with the same intensity and mentality each game.”

Archbishop Wood 2, Penn Charter 2: Trailing 2-0, the Vikings rallied for the nonconference tie on Wednesday. Sage Bost and Sophia Topakas scored for the Vikings. Assists were credited to Daryn Savage and Ava DeGeorge.

Boyertown 3, PJP II 0: Kyanni Escudero made 14 saves for the Golden Panthers in the PAC contest on Wednesday.

Hatboro-Horsham 2, Upper Moreland 0: Kathryn Randa scored a pair of goals as the Hatters picked up the SOL crossover win on Wednesday. Emma Levin and Alli Hewish were credited with the assists. Alyssa Tooley recorded the shutout in net.

Methacton 2, Upper Merion 0: On Methacton’s Senior Night, junior Kendall Ricca scored on a far post header, assisted by a left-footed cross from senior Mackenzie Coupe in the 61st minute. Forty seconds later, Aubrey Beaugard doubled the lead for Methacton (3-8-2), assisted by Mia Chan.

PW 2, William Tennent 1: Trailing 1-0 at the half, PW’s Angelina Balcer came out firing in the second half with a goal and an assist for the Colonials on Wednesday. Keira Whelan scored the gamewinner for PW.

Boys soccer
CR North 4, Souderton 3 2OT: Ryan Jackson, Johnny Arquets and Drew Kerns scored goals, but the Big Red dropped a heartbreaker in SOL crossover action on Wednesday. Giuseppe Sirchia, Ethan Lacher and Liam Shaw were credited with assists. Chris McKenna made seven saves in net for Souderton.

PJP II 1, Boyertown 1: Emilio Stipe scored with 3:25 left in the contest as the Golden Panthers rallied for the PAC tie on Wednesday. Mark Heffner came through with the assist, while Jason Krum made eight saves in net.

Hatboro-Horsham 1, Upper Moreland 0: Enrico Romano scored off a feed from Jake Freedman as the Hatters picked up the win on Wednesday. Noah Schlosser was credited with the clean sheet.

Field hockey
Archbishop Carroll 14, St. Hubert 0: Carroll (8-4, 5-0) remained unbeaten in the Catholic League with a rout of St. Hubert Academy on Wednesday. Sienna Golden led the way for the Patriots with five goals, while Peyton Nord added three and Meg Sheridan two goals. Arianna Hall and Kendall Carson shared the duties in goal and faced no shots.

Upper Merion 6, Pottstown 0: Rylie McGrath and Ashley Evitts each scored two goals as the Vikings won big in PAC Frontier action on Wednesday. Ella Menke and Julianna Callison also scored for the Vikings, while Becca Shulder was credited with an assist.

Methacton 8, Perk Valley 1: Seven different players scored for the Warriors in a PAC Liberty rout on Wednesday. Carmela Maro led the way with two goals, but also scoring were Ceci Rehak, Elena Weychert, Elise DeWan, Lily DeWan, Nicole Uebele and Renee Blake. Picking up assists were Rehak, Weychert, Elise DeWan and Lea DeWan. Natalie Drake made two saves in net for Methacton.

Girls tennis
Wissahickon 6, Harriton 1: The Trojans swept the singles matches en route to the impressive nonconference win on Wednesday. In fact, the Trojans’ singles players did not drop a set. Saachi Mehta set the tone with a 6-2, 6-4 win at No. 2 singles.

Boys cross country
Upper Merion 20, Pottsgrove 36: The Vikings finished 1-3 and picked up the PAC Frontier win on Wednesday. Dante Churchville set the tone with a 17:53, followed by Charlie Hefland (18:07) and Anthony Tornambe (18:17.6).

Girls cross country
Upper Merion 21, Pottsgrove 35: Anna Fleischer finished in 21:43 to set the tone for the Vikings on Wednesday. Amelia Desilets was close behind in 21:52 for the Vikings, while Morgan Lawson-Moll took fifth in 23:31.

Girls volleyball
Methacton 3, Pottsgrove 0: Mandy Baldwin delivered 14 kills and two aces as the Warriors (10-3, 6-3) swept to victory by scores of 25-19, 25-15 and 25-12 on Wednesday night. Jacque Rizzuto added eight and one ace, while Rachel Pettine had 31 assists.

Souderton 3, CB West 1: The Indians rallied for a four-set win by scores of 25-20, 10-25, 25-10 and 25-18 on Wednesday night behind 13 kills, five aces and two digs from Teya McConaha. Also standing out for Souderton were Alli Sauerwald (4 kills, 2 aces, 2 digs), Grace Boyd (20 assists, 7 digs), Lauren Vince (2 kills, 5 blocks) and Alexa Mazzeo (2 aces, 2 assists, 13 digs). Rachel Hu led CB West with six kills, five aces and 11 digs.

PJP II 3, Perk Valley 0: The Golden Panthers swept to the PAC victory on Wednesday by scores of 25-14, 25-23 and 25-12. Natalie Ricevuto led the way with 15 kills, while Grace Cooper won 16 service points and had 20 digs. Madison Monahan chipped in with 34 assists for PJP.

Abington 3, CB South 0: The Ghosts swept to the SOL crossover win on Wednesday by scores of 25-14, 25-22 and 25-9 behind 10 kills from Sasha Moody. Kenya Lucas added eight kills, Mary Carter had 23 assists and Liz Tanis came through with four blocks.

Upper Merion 3, Spring-Ford 1: The Vikings (11-1) rallied for a four-set win by scores of 25-21, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-21 on Wednesday. Sophia Schweikert led the way with a triple double, amassing 30 kills, 14 digs and 10 service points. Yalerie Acevando added a double-double of 14 kills and 18 digs, while Julia Giammarco had 16 digs and Raven Albrecht added 11. Amber Chang came through with five aces, while Albrecht had 11 service points. Caitlyn Daywalt chipped in with 11 service points and 39 assists.

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