Boyertown 4, Pottsgrove 3
Highlights: Ella Hurter’s two-run home run in the seventh inning delivered Boyertown a walkoff win in comeback fashion over Pottsgrove in a PAC cross-division game Friday.
Aubrey Gilbert singled to open the deciding inning and was 2-for-4. Hurter (3-for-4) also got the pitching win in relief of Kyra Neiswender, striking out nine over four innings.
Spring-Ford 17, Pottstown 2
Highlights: Brooke Harring had three hits and was one of five Rams with multiple runs batted in and Spring-Ford defeated Pottstown in four innings in a PAC crossover.
Nova Legassie and Caitlin Ashley had three RBI apiece for SF, which benefited from 11 walks. Katie Cecconi got the pitching win, allowing three hits, zero earned runs with six strikeouts.
Jayla Zipay and Leigha Walton each doubled for Pottstown.
Upper Perkiomen 8, Perkiomen Valley 7
Highlights: Trailing 6-1 through two innings, the Indians poured on six runs in the top of the third to rally past the Vikings. Madalyn Dyer struck out 11 for Upper Perkiomen while Ryan Berg (2-for-3) and Kristina Molnar (2-for-4) drove in two runs apiece, the latter hitting a homer. Ashley Carosi (2-for-3, RBI) and Olivia Hopkins (2-for-3, RBI, run) both had multi-hit games for Perkiomen Valley.
Norristown 4, Upper Merion 2
Highlights: Alana Echevarria hit a two-run triple to go the distance for the Eagles (3-1) in PAC crossover action. Gianna Pino-Ramseur struck out four, walked one and allowed three hits with two unearned runs for Norristown.
Methacton 12, Phoenixville 0 (4 innings)
Highlights: Jillian McTamney and Mia Pettine each had a home run and a double to led the Warriors’ 10-hit attack in four-inning win over the Phantoms.
Hill School 14, Westtown 2
HIghlights: Anna Cowan and Sammie Faella had four hits apiece at the top of the order to fuel Hill’s 19-hit offense in a five-inning win over Westtown.
Cowan was 4-for-4 with a triple and four RBI, Faella was 4-for-4 with two doubles and three RBI while Belle DiCampello was 3-for-4 (triple, double) with four RBI. Aryanna Bodge and Anika Palmer had two hits each.
Faella was the winning pitcher. She gave up one run on four hits over four innings.
Methacton 2, Phoenixville 1
Highlights: Tripp Shytle’s one-out single drove home Mike Christian after his leadoff double to deliver the Warriors the winning run in a PAC crossover win Friday.
Pitcher Kross Howarth threw a complete-game four-hitter to get the win, striking out three with zero earned runs.
Phoenixville pitchers Avery Schwartz, Christian Cervino (loss) and Colin Bull combined to allow only four hits.
Perkiomen Valley 4, Upper Perkiomen 0
Highlights: Michael Poruban (2-for-4, two runs), Aidan Autovino (2-for-3) and Drew Kentworth (2-for-3) all had multi-hit games for the Vikings. Nathan Fisher earned the win with eight strikeouts and two hits allowed over six innings.
Spring-Ford 12, Pottstown 1
Highlights: Michael deHaan scattered five hits over five innings and the Rams ran past the Trojans in a PAC crossover.
David Ruckman and deHaan had two hits and two RBI each. Brian Korchok and Broderick also drive in two.
Alliance Christian 6, Conestoga Christian 5
Highlights: The Gryphons scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning Friday afternoon for a CCAC win against visiting Conestoga Christian. Noah Day went 3-for-4 and knocked in three runs for Alliance (2-1 CCAC and overall) and Josh Fitzmier had two hits, including a double. Day wound up with the win after allowing just one hit and one run in 2 ⅓ innings of relief. Ryan Hertzler gave up only two earned runs and struck out 12 in 6 ⅓ innings for Conestoga Christian (3-1, 3-1).
St. Joseph’s Prep 13, Hill School 8 (8 innings)
Upper Merion 8, Norristown 2
Garden Spot 12, Daniel Boone 8
Upper Merion 12, Upper Perkiomen 11
Highlights: After entering halftime tied 6-6, the Vikings pulled out a narrow win behind five goals from Ashley Evitts (one assist) and four from Olivia Smith (four assists). Sam Walmsley (one assist), Julianna Callison (one assist) and Audrey Schuebel all scored once and Brooke Olson had tallied three assists for Upper Merion. Anaya Onwubuariri registered eight saves.
Mary Kate Sitko led the Indians with four goals, two assists, six ground balls and four draw controls. Abby Davidheiser, Payton Bettys and Abby Orsini all scored twice each and Mia Schneider added one goal. Ava Hengevald made five saves for Upper Perkiomen.
Upper Merion 6 6-12
Upper Perkiomen 6 5-11
Upper Dublin 9, Boyertown 8
Highlights: Boyertown dropped a tight non-league matchup with Upper Dublin Friday. Hannah Adamski was leading scorer for the Bears with three goals and an assist and Delaney Fox had two goals and an assist.
Exeter 16, Pottsgrove 6
Highlights: Emily Sorg led the Falcons with two goals and a draw control. Christine Hires (two assists, three draw controls), Abby Baker (one draw control), Hannah Kumpf and Cecelia Burg all found the back of the net for Pottsgrove. Laya Srour tallied an assist and Lily Guerette came up with seven saves for the Falcons.
Phoenixville 14, Souderton 4
Highlights: The Phantoms were fueled by a six-goal outing from Jaime Michaud. Erin Reedy piled on four goals and Kira O’Donnell buried a pair as well. Bridget Kelly had eight draw controls and five ground balls, and also added a goal along with Ava Siaton. Ang Borisow and Tatum Andrews both scored twice apiece for Souderton, which had nine saves from Gabby Hirsham.
Garden Spot 18, Daniel Boone 8
Highlights: Garden Spot ran out to an 11-2 lead at the half in a non-league win Friday at Daniel Boone. McKenna Smith had four goals and one assist and Aayla Hofer had two goals for the Blazers (1-3).
Hun School 17, Perkiomen School 4
Boyertown 7, Pottstown 0
SIngles: Brayden Burckhardt (B) def. Fredy Rodriguez, 6-0, 6-0; Nick Gehringer (B) def. Dominic DiPietro, 6-0, 6-0; Luke Brisbois (B) def. Austin Sundstrom, 6-1, 6-3.
Doubles: AJ Lilly/Joe Romano (B) def. Kyle Chaney/Mehki Jenkins, 6-1, 6-4; Nate Romanisko/Dylan Bell (B) def. Jayden Pray/Chris Fuerdes, 6-1, 7-6 (1); Troy O’Malley/Aidan Brunner (B) def. Mauricio Calle/Kevin Reinoso, 6-0, 6-2; Cody Youse/Addison Moyer (B) def. Alex Jimenez/Diego Aguilera, 6-0, 6-0.
Upper Merion 6, Pope John Paul II 1
Singles: Dominick Doan (UM) def. Aidan McCarel, 6-2, 4-6, 7-5; Elan Kuznits (UM) def. Tyson Gottfried, 6-4, 6-2; Kyle Marchese (UM) def. AJ Bordic, 6-0, 6-0.
Doubles: Owen Love/Ben Laster (PJP) def. Eytan Kuznits/Andrew Chung, 7-6 (3), 6-2; Somil Tare/Christopher Smith (UM) def. Andres Lugo/James Pickell, 6-1, 6-2; Josh Zimmerman/Aiden An (UM) def. Seb Marrecau/Blaise Bompadre, 6-0, 6-1; Antony Li/Lucas Hain (UM) def. Dom Morello/Mark Newell, 6-0, 6-0.
West Chester Rustin 4, Spring-Ford 3
Singles: Jack Benedetto (WCR) def. Yash Rohera, 6-3, 6-0; Henry Damiani (SF) def. Anish Arora, 6-2, 6-1; Prathik Chamarti (SF) def. Nate Eskindaer, 6-1, 6-2.
Doubles: Vijay Upadhyay/Daniel Scoffone (WCR) def. Sahil Desai/Krithik Rajasekar, 6-1, 6-0; Shane McCune/Cam Benedetto (WCR) def. Luke Rouyer/Matt Rouyer, 7-6 (8-6), 6-2; Robbie Pileggi/Liam Greary (WCR) def. Matteo Bucci/Arnav Gutpa, 6-4, 6-2; Arnav Pallem/Aiden Chamberlain (SF) def. CJ McCune/Max Talerico, 6-0, 6-1.
Daniel Boone 7, Fleetwood 0
Singles: Sam Shank (DB) def. Kyle Sonon, 6-4, 6-3; Evan Miller (DB) def. Zack Fry, 6-1, 6-0;. Owen Blume (DB) def. Kam Geiger, 6-3, 6-2; Lucas Armbruster (DB) def. Noah Stern, 6-3, 3-6, 10-6; Caiden Oister (DB def. Ruohan Chen, 6-2, 6-2.
Doubles: Owen Blume/Lucas Armbruster (DB) def. Noah Stern/Ruohan Chen, 4-0, 4-1; John Hartline/Angelo Salemno (DB) def. Lane Geiger/Collin Border, 4-1, 4-0.
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