Perkiomen Valley 7, Methacton 6
Highlights: Jack Colyer’s two-out double in the bottom of the seventh delivered the Vikings another walk-off win. Colyer went the distance on the mound and had three hits to lead PV, which twice erased Methacton leads in the early innings.
Tyler Kratz tripled and drove in a pair of runs for the Warriors, who came in holding the final spot in the District 1 power rankings.
Upper Merion 5, Upper Perkiomen 4 (9 inn.)
Highlights: Nolan Clayton’s two-out RBI single ended Wednesday’s nine-inning game in an Upper Merion win. It finished off a three-run rally for the Vikings after UP scored twice in the top of the inning.
Clayton had three hits, while Quentin Sarne tossed five strong innings and Brad Zielinski gave the Vikings four innings of relief. Aidan Keyser allowed one earned run over the first 6.1 innings for Upper Perk.
Phoenixville 10, Pottstown 0
Highlights: Dylan Antonini struck out 15 batters in six no-hit innings before Christian Cervino finished off the combined no-hitter with one inning of work. A hit batter by Antonini and walk by Cervino were the lone blemishes for the Phantoms’ staff on the day. Antonini struck out the final six batters he faced.
Colin Bull had three hits, while Drew Kingsbury drove in three runs for the Phantoms’ offense. Pottstown starter Gage Colvin (1 ER) kept things tight before exiting in the fifth.
Owen J. Roberts 6, Spring-Ford 4
Highlights: Ethan Sabatino’s two-run homer in the fifth proved the difference as the Wildcats finished their season with a 16th straight victory. Sabatino also doubled and drove in three runs, while Aaron Kirby plated two and doubled as part of a three-hit day. Jarred Berish (5 K) and Tyler Brashear combined for 4.2 innings of shutout relief. Nick Flores homered twice, driving in three of the Rams’ runs.
Pope John Paul II 9, Pottsgrove 2
Highlights: Adam Yarrison didn’t allow an earned run in a complete-game effort on the mound, while Frank Dimaio (3-for-4, 2B, 3 RBI) led a slew of multi-hit days at the plate for PJP.
Boyertown 16, Norristown 0 (3 inn.)
Highlights: Anthony Nigro (2B, 2 RBI) had a three-hit day and didn’t allow a hit in three innings. Brandon Shane added a pair of doubles and Steven Colucci homered in his only at-bat.
Perkiomen School 11, New Foundations 0 (5 inn.)
Highlights: Ryan Stubblefield led the way offensively with three hits and two RBI as the Panthers maintained their perfect (9-0) league mark with a 4-1/2-inning win over New Foundations.
Avery Smith had two hits and three RBI while CC Catania also had two hits and scored two runs. Gavin Fuelner went the distance, working a one-hit shutout.