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Mercury Roundup (April 29): Spring-Ford prevails in pitchers’ duel between Scogna and Hurter to stay unbeaten

Softball

Spring-Ford 1, Boyertown 0: Locked in a pitchers’ duel between Jules Scogna and Ella Hurter, the undefeated Rams earned a literal walk-off when Jessica Fliszar’s bases-loaded, full-count walk brought home Scogna for the winning run in the bottom of the seventh.

Scogna, who allowed three hits and struck out 11 in her complete game, doubled to lead off the 7th, reached third on a Riley Gancasz single before the deciding moment.

Hurter was the hard-luck losing pitcher after keeping powerhouse Spring-Ford at bay with only two hits while striking out nine.

Results

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Perkiomen Valley 17, Norristown 1: Perk Valley scored nine first-inning runs and used a 14-hit onslaught to handle Norristown in five innings.
Callie Martiello (2 triples, 3 RBI), Sam Sciarra (2 hits, 4 RBI) and Bella DiRaimondo (double, 2 RBI) led the Vikings offense.

Results

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Phoenixville 12, Pope John Paul II 6: Maddie Buckwalter homered, doubled and drove in four runs to lead the Phantoms to the PAC Frontier win Friday.
Molly Houchins had a great day for PJP with a triple and two doubles (3 RBI).

Results

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Baseball

Owen J. Roberts 11, Methacton 1: A strong start from Zach Brockner and strong start at the plate with a three-run first inning sent the Wildcats to a six-inning win over the Warriors Friday.

Brockner allowed four hits and a run in a complete game effort and was 2-for-4 batting. Dean Mihos was 3-for-4 with a double, triple and two RBI to lead the OJR offense. Zach Santise also had two hits and an RBI.

Results

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Box score

Perkiomen Valley 14, Norristown 0: Luke Ott had a double and triple in a three-hit, five-RBI day in PV’s rout of Norristown. Other big games at the plate came from Andrew McGowan (3-for-4, 2 RBI), Michael Poruban (HR), Jack Colyer (2-for-3, 2 RBI) and Zachery Fusco (2-for-2, RBI).

Results

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Phoenixville 7, Pope John Paul II 5: Drew Kingsbury’s grand slam in the third inning gave Phoenixville an early spark and it put the game away with a three-run fifth to earn a PAC Frontier win. Avery Schwartz’s allowed a run on two hits in five innings for the Phantoms. Chase Frantz had three hits (double) for PJP.

Results

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Pottsgrove 12, Upper Merion 2: John Ryan McMenamin was 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI and Pottsgrove’s benefitted from UM’s error-filled afternoon in a five-inning PAC Frontier win.

Zach Tyson had two doubles and drove in a run while Dominic Gerasimowicz was the winning pitcher, allowing seven hits, two runs over five innings.

Results

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Gov. Mifflin 5, Daniel Boone 2: An early Mustangs lead and missed opportunities from the Blazers determined Friday’s Berks I meeting. Boone out-hit Mifflin 11-8 but left 12 on base, wasting multi-hit games from Nate DeBusi, Mason Walter and Dylan Schueler (3-for-4).

Results

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Girls Lacrosse

Boyertown 15, Methacton 14: Boyertown rallied from two goals down in the final six minutes of regulation and prevailed in overtime Friday at Methacton. Emma Beidler (4 goals, assist), Alina Friz (3 goals, 2 assists) and Hannah Adamski (3 goals) fueled the Bears’ attack.
Boyertown 4 10 1 – 15
Methacton 6 8 0 – 14
Goals: Bt-Allie Schell 2, Hannah Adamski 3, Delaney Fox 2 Emma Beidler 4, Ali Pioli 1, Alina Friz 3.
Assists: Bt-Friz 2, Beidler, Pioli.
Saves: Bt-Elli Ferraro 7

Pottsgrove 14, Pottstown 4: Emily Sorg and Christine Hires scored three goals apiece to lead Pottsgrove over crosstown rival Pottstown.

Goals: Pottstown-Keyora Frazier 3, Brynn McClune 1. Pottsgrove-Emily Sorg 3, Christine Hires 3, Sydney Wasdick 1G, Alaura O’Neil, Katie Bean 2, Abby Hakes 2, Hannah Kumpf 2.
Assists: Wasdick, O’Neil, Bean, Hakes.
Saves: Pt-Daishawnia Dean 16; Pg-Lily Guerrette 4, Alaura O’Neil 1.

Spring-Ford 18, Norristown 6: Alyssa Mozi matched Norristown’s total as the Rams rolled to a PAC Liberty win Friday. Gianna DiBattista added a hat trick and Marina Granieri had a goal and three assists.

Goals: SF-Alyssa Mozi 6, Gianna DiBattista 3, Emma Sowers 2, Alexis Sowers, Anna DePaoli, Aurora Ferguson, Kelly Czapor, Madison Pierce, Marina Granieri, Carly Christman. N-Annisa Kim 3, Ayana Lions, Carmona.
Assists: SF-Granieri 3, Christman 2, Sowers 1, Riley Czapor.
Saves: SF- Ilyana Jones 4, Kelsey Needles 1, Leah Janke 1. N-Zaki Coleman 9

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