Wissahickon 5, Springfield Twp. 1: Kendall Crowley scored two goals, including one in the first quarter to start the scoring, as the Trojans won big on Monday. Caroline Kirkpatrick, Ella Hummel and Kayla Mullin also scored for the Trojans. Ella Hummel added two assists for Wiss, while Angela Eder scored off an Emma Yoder assist for Springfield. Meredith Walsh and Ava Fell combined for two saves in net for the Trojans. Kennedy Braddock and Grace Bell combined for 11 saves in net for the Spartans.
Methacton 6, Norristown 0: The Warriors raced out to a 4-0 halftime advantage and coasted to the PAC Liberty win on Monday. Scoring for the Warriors were Calie Fisher, Avery Schwartz, Ceci Rehak, Renee Blake, Maddy Baker and Lizzie Mun.
North Penn 14, Truman 0: Laura Albert, Erika Pickford, Caleigh Sperling and Catherine McGeehan each scored two goals as the Knights won big in an SOL crossover on Monday. Also scoring for North Penn (7-6) were Jillian DelGiorno, Faith Noll, Ashleigh Barwis and Paige Shearer.
Phoenixville 3, Pope John Paul II 2: Cate Mink and Katie Nilles scored goals but the Golden Panthers fell short on Monday in PAC Frontier action. Gi Manza made 10 saves in net for PJP.
Council Rock South 3, Souderton 1: Drew Kerns scored a second-half goal but the Big Red dropped the SOL crossover on Monday. Chris McKenna made six saves in net for Souderton.
Perkiomen Valley 4, Norristown 0: Lawson Finger collected a hat trick as PV picked up the PAC Liberty win on Monday.
Perkiomen Valley 13, Norristown 0: The Eagles dropped the PAC Liberty contest despite five saves in net from Norristown’s Angela Jimenez.
Central Bucks East 1, Central Bucks West 0: Camryn Williams delivered the gamewinner as East escaped with the win in SOL Colonial action on Monday.
Pennridge 1, Quakertown 0: Tori Angelo scored the lone goal of the game as the Rams escaped with a wet SOL win on Monday night.
Lower Moreland 1, William Tennent 0: Nikki Sahl delivered the gamewinner in overtime as the Lions got the SOL Freedom victory on Monday.
North Penn 3, Central Bucks West 1: The Knights won in four sets by scores of 25-23, 19-25, 25-10 and 25-21 on Monday in SOL Continental action. CB West was led by Hollis Walton with nine kills, one ace and four digs.
Pope John Paul II 3, Owen J. Roberts 0: The Golden Panthers swept to the win on Monday night (25-6, 25-22 and 25-16) as Gabriella Cooper had a big night with 9 service points and 14 digs. Hutton Cordrey added eight kills and Madison Monahan chipped in with 24 assists.
Central Bucks East 3, Souderton 2: The Indians dropped a heartbreaker on Monday night (20-25, 25-18, 8-25, 25-22 and 15-7) in five sets in SOL Continental action despite 12 kills, 4 aces, 10 digs and 2 blocks from McKenna Murawski. Also standing out for Souderton were Kay Guessford (10 kills, 1 ace, 5 digs), Alexa Mazzeo (2 kills, 1 assist, 3 aces and 21 digs) and Grace Boyd (21 assists, 5 digs).
Upper Merion 3, Phoenixville 1: Sophia Schweikert’s 22 kills and 17 service points (6 aces) led Upper Merion (12-1) to a 3-1 defeat of Phoenixville on Monday night. Caitlyn Daywalt had 30 assists while Yalerie Acevado had 12 kills. Julia Giammarco led the team with 7 aces while Amber Chang contributed 13 service points (4 aces). Sydney Bright and Despina Kourtidis combined for 7 kills and 4 blocks.
Perk Valley 3, Norristown 0: PV swept to the PAC Liberty win on Monday night by scores of 25-8, 25-7 and 25-14 behind. Lola Coulter led PV with 6 aces, 5 aces and 2 digs.
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