The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (May 10): Souderton girls lacrosse takes care of Neshaminy

Girls lacrosse
Souderton 15, Neshaminy 8: The Indians blanked the Redskins in the second half and coasted to the win on Wednesday. Avery Farina was dominant for Souderton with seven goals, while Tatum Andrews added four herself. Ang Borisow also scored twice for Souderton, while Carly Gavetti tallied a goal.

Upper Perk 17, Methacton 12: The Warriors had 12 hits and 12 runs, but five late runs from Upper Perk were the difference on Wednesday. Jillian McTamney had two hits and five RBIs to pace Methacton, while Riley Kairer had three hits and two runs.

Norristown 8, Pottsgrove 3: Brett Murphy doubled and drove in two runs as the Eagles rallied for the PAC win on Wednesday. Logan Sigg also added two hits and three RBIs, while on the mound Matt Leary struck out 10 in 5-plus innings of work, while allowing three runs and five hits.

Pope John Paul II 6, Boyertown 2: The Golden Panthers rallied with six runs over the final two frames and picked up the PAC win on Wednesday. Luke Terlesky homered and drove in three runs to pace PJP, while Dylan Simeone also drove in two runs. Gio Sarmento settled things down in the bullpen with two-plus innings of scoreless relief.

Methacton 2, Upper Perk 0: Evan Jones threw a two-hit complete-game shutout, striking out eight as the Warriors improved to 16-3 on the season. Kross Howarth had two hits, an RBI and a run scored for the Warriors.

Boys tennis
Lower Moreland 5, Holy Ghost 0: The Lions did not drop a set in rolling to the District 1-2A title on Wednesday. Aaron Sandler like he has done all season set the tone with 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 singles, while Max Spodik won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 3 singles. The doubles teams of Aidan Kasner/Vincent Zhang and Gabriel Shapiro/Logan Moore combined to lose three games.

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