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Mercury Boys Soccer Roundup: Upper Merion gives Pottsgrove first Frontier loss

Upper Merion 1, Pottsgrove 0 >> Sam Schwartz scored the game-winner in the final 15 minutes as Upper Merion dealt Pottsgrove its first PAC Frontier defeat of the season. The Vikings (6-2-1 Frontier, 7-4-1 PAC) stayed in PAC playoff contention while Pottsgrove (8-1, 9-3) already clinched the Frontier Division title.

Boyertown 1, Perkiomen Valley 0 OT >> Landon Wenger broke the deadlock with 2:17 left in the first overtime to lift the Bears to a PAC Liberty win over the Vikings. 

Perk Valley goalie Josh Moyer made eight saves while Mason Kurtz needed three stops for the Bears’ clean sheet. Boyertown (7-1-1, 9-1-2) clinches the PAC Liberty title with a win over Norristown (0-9, 1-11) on Thursday.

Spring-Ford 5, Owen J. Roberts 1 >> The Rams got two goals from Colin Trainor and other goals by Ethan Bodenschantz and Brandon Duke in a PAC Liberty win Monday. Kyle Storti scored for Owen J. Roberts (5-4, 8-4, 11-5-1), which can still qualify for the PAC playoffs with a win over Methacton (4-5, 7-5) on Saturday.

Upper Perkiomen 3, Phoenixville 2 >> Joe McMichael chipped in a Cole Kendra pass for the eventual game-winner as Upper Perk edged Phoenixville in PAC Frontier action Monday.

Kendra opened the scoring while Kyle Shemeley finished a Mike Fisher pass to give UP a 2-1 lead in the second half. Clay Kopko scored both Phantom goals.

Methacton 2, Norristown 1 >> Brett Eberly finished a Matt Lausch pass in the second half for the game-winner in a PAC Liberty win. Parker Stevenson scored on the rebound of his own saved penalty kick in the first half for Methacton.

Haverford School 3, Hill School 1 >> Haverford’s Asher Laackmann scored early and late as the Fords knocked off host Hill Monday afternoon. Hill’s Zach Barrett evened the game on a header in the 36th minute. But Zach Seaman gave Haverford the lead for good in the 46th minute.

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