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The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (April 6th): North Penn outlasts Neshaminy

Boys lacrosse
North Penn 11, Neshaminy 4 >> The Knights outscored the Redskins in every quarter and picked up the SOL National win on Wednesdsay. Caleb Moister and Jake Dolan each scored three goals for North Penn, while Lars Homan added two goals and two assists. Caiden Myers, Billy Homony and Declan Lanier also scored goals for North Penn. Matt Kuhn made seven saves in net for the Knights.

Girls lacrosse
Archbishop Carroll 13, Agnes Irwin 9 >> Kiley Mottice paced Carroll (5-0) with five goals and two assists as the Patriots beat Agnes Irwin 13-9 on Wednesday. Mottice had lots of help from her teammates. In all, six different players combined to score Carroll’s 13 goals. Ava Bleckley, Chloe Bleckley and Machaela Henry each scored two goals while Cate McConaghy and Emma Talago had one goal each. Goalie Bridget Robinson turned aside five shots enroute to the win.

CB West 17, Hatboro-Horsham 10 >> Emma Greenberg scored three goals, caused two turnovers and had one interception in a dominating performance for the Bucks on Tuesday. Emma Baker scored seven goals, while Alexis Hobson added four tallies. Mandy Randell, Nora Ryan and Alexa McCabe also scored goals for the Bucks. Camille Hubbs added 10 saves for the Bucks.

PW 15, William Tennent 0 >> The Colonials raced out to a 13-0 halftime advantage and coasted to the win on Wednesday. Brianna Austin and Meghan Wendler each scored four goals to set the tone for PW. Also scoring for the Colonials were Eigi Tone, Olivia Eaton, Sophie Gartland, Ella Clark, Carleigh Jones, Rhianna Gooneratne and Gianna Clark.

Upper Moreland 14, Lower Moreland 2 >> Annaliese Messina scored four goals and Olivia Meakim added three more as the Golden Bears won big over their rivals on Wednesday. Isabelle Leiter added two goals, while Heidi Wittick, Willow Taylor and Charlotte James also added goals for Upper Moreland. Scoring for Lower Moreland were Sarah Asmann and Sarah Rosala.

Boys volleyball
LC 3, Archbishop Ryan 0 >> The Crusaders swept to victory, winning their first PCL match of the season. Danny Shelak led the way with six kills, while Justin McQuaite and Shane Rodowicz each added five kills. Liam Collins led the way in assists and Anthony Lewis put up 22 digs.

Boys tennis
Methacton 6, Perk Valley 1 >> The Warriors swept the singles matches and picked up another PAC win on Tuesday. Ethan O’Brien gutted out another tiebreak at No. 2 singles, picking up a 7-6 (5), 6-3 win.

Girls track and field
Souderton 77, CB South 73 >> The Indians had several PRs around the track, with the throwers dominating to the tune of 23 points on Tuesday.

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