Pottsgrove 3, Phoenixville 0
HIGHLIGHTS: Alexa Leaman scored two goals to lead the Falcons over the Phantoms in Friday’s Pioneer Athletic Conference (Frontier Division) opener.
Leah Henzes scored the third goal for Pottsgrove. Leaman was assisted on her tallies by Emily Vishio (off a corner) and Emma Gonzalez (off a cross).
Pottsgrove 1 2 – 3
Phoenixville 0 0 – 0
Goals: Pottsgrove – Alexa Leaman 2, Leah Henzes 1.
Assists: Pottsgrove – Emily Vishio 1, Emma Gonzalez 1.
Saves: Pottsgrove – Ella Smith 6. Phoenixville – Ella Stout 7.
Spring-Ford 2, West Chester Rustin 0
Highlights: Liv Watt and Raven Wellington each had goals, while Erika Eickhoff needed to make just five saves as Spring-Ford opened the season with a 2-0 win over Rustin at the Henderson Tournament.
Brooke Pappa assisted on Watt’s score. Spring-Ford outshot Rustin 16-5 on the day and held a 4-0 advantage on corners.
Methacton 0, Upper Dublin 0, 2OT
HIGHLIGHTS: Junior goalkeeper Mairi Smith made 8 saves to earn her first shutout of the season, the Warriors playing the Cardinals all even through regulation and two overtimes Friday.
Sophomore Aubrey Beaugard’s second half shot off of the crossbar was as close as either team got to scoring. Shots were 11-7 in favor of Methacton. Each team had 2 corners.
Pottsgrove 2, Schuylkill Valley 0
HIGHLIGHTS: Landon Shivak figured in on both the Falcons’ goals Friday as they opened the 2021 season by blanking the Red Devils.
Shivak assisted on Chris Drager’s tally at the 16:05 mark in the second half, then scored unassisted with 3:55 left. Pottsgrove edged SV in shots on goal, 3-2.
West Chester East 2, Methacton 1, OT
Highlights: Brendan Miller netted the OT game-winner to lift WC East over Methacton in their season opener.
West Chester East 1 0 1-2
Methacton 1 0 0-1
WCE goal scorers: Liam Miller assisted by Brendan Miller; OT goal by Brendan Miller, assisted by Jacob McNamee
MHS goal scorer: Braden Kavanagh assisted by Zach Willen
WCE goalie: Johnny Regester- 3 saves
MHS goalie: Steve Remish- 3 saves
Shots: WCE 8, MHS 7. Corners: WCE 7, MHS 5
Unionville 1, Owen J Roberts 0
Highlights >> In the West Chester Henderson Labor Day Classic, Zack Johnson scored the lone goal in the second half for Unionville. Justin Teufel had two saves in the shutout while OJR keeper Andrew Keddie stopped six shots.
Unionville 0 1 – 1
Owen J. Roberts 0 0 – 0
Spring-Ford 4, Plymouth Whitemarsh 2
Highlights: A three-goal first half fueled Spring-Ford in its season-opening victory. SF goals were netted by Dylan Smith (PK), Justin Russell, Luca Carboy and Cole Preschutti.
Spring-Ford 3 1 – 4
Plymouth Whitemarsh 1 1 – 2
Goals: SF – Dylan Smith (PK), Justin Russell, Luca Carboy, Cole Preschutti
Assists: SF – Leo Aguilar, David Alban, Matt Henzler
Boyertown 5, Schuylkill Valley 0
HIGHLIGHTS: The Bears opened their season Friday by blanking the Red Devils in non-league play.
Remi Lloyd figured on three of Boyertown’s goals, scoring in the first and third quarters and assisting on Alyx Morgan’s tally in the third.
Schuylkill Valley 0 0 0 0 – 0
Boyertown 2 1 2 0 – 5
Goals: Boyertown – Remi Lloyd 2, Alyx Morgan 1, Lauren Eves 1, Hannah Ulrich 1,
Assists: Boyertown – Remi Lloyd 1, Peyton Shellaway 1, Lauren Eves 1.
Corners: Boyertown 11, Schuylkill Valley 1.
Daniel Boone 4, Wilson 0
HIGHLIGHTS: Kayla Wilkes netted a hat trick to key the Bulldogs’ Berks League win over the Blazers Friday.
For Boone, Sophia Keim had an eight-save day in goal.
Goals: Wilson – Kalya Wilkes 3, Sydney Stuht 1.
Assists: Wilson – Alexis Hoffman 2, Catherine Ametz.
Saves: Daniel Boone – Sophia Keim 4. Wilson – Olyvia Baxewanis 3.
Corners: Daniel Boone 4. Wilson 5.
Pottsgrove 8, Upper Moreland 0
Highlights: Carlee Dattilo (2) and Cecilia Burg (3) had multi-goal games in the Falcons’ non-league rout Friday.
Goals: Pg – Carlee Dattilo (2), Cecilia Burg (3), Abby Hakes (1), Mailei Schecterly (1), and captain Katie Bean (1).
Assists: Pg- Katie Bean, Riley Kalejta, Mailei Schechterly, Alaura O’Neill and Ava Sibley.
Saves: Pg – Makenzie Johnson 7. UM – Emma Hurley 13.
Unionville 3, Spring-Ford 2
A hot start by Unionville with three first-quarter goals carried it past the Rams in a non-league opener. Brooke Phillips, Siena Pitone and Molly Main tallied for the Longhorns before Emma Friend (Alexa Collins assist) and Marissa Cagliola (Eva Drumbore assist) got SF back into the contest in the final frame.
Spring-Ford 0 0 0 2-2
Unionville 3 0 0 0-3
Saves: Bella Butler (SF) 9
North Penn 2, Methacton 1
Highlights: Erin O’Donnell’s two-goal game was the difference as the Knights knocked off the Warriors Friday.
Methacton 1 0 – 1
North Penn 1 1- 2
Goals: M – Jess Serafin. NP – Erin O’Donnell 2
Assists: M-Nicole Uebele. NP – Maddie Waldspurger.
Saves: M – Gabby DiPrinzio 9. NP = Kiera Holt 9
Daniel Boone 3, Schuylkill Valley 1
HIGHLIGHTS: Ashley Kriebel made 14 kills Friday, helping the Blazers top the Red Devils in Berks League action. Set scores were 25-20, 17-25, 25-21 and 25-21.
Along with Kriebel, Boone got big individual efforts from Stephanie George (six kills, two blocks), Aubrey Hunt (five kills, five aces, nine digs) and Jayda Kugler (25 assists).
Methacton 3, Wissahickon 0
Methacton swept via set scores of 25-16, 25-13, 25-14 in Friday’s opener. The Methacton offense was led by senior Mel Eglinton with 10 kills and 4 aces and senior Meg Haftl with 33 assists and 7 aces.
Upper Perkiomen 5, Boyertown 2
Singles: Kara Bussinger (B) def. Hope Thompson 7-5, 6-3; Maddy Dyer (UP) def. Olivia Vangeli 6-4, 6-2; Brenna Bussinger (B) def. Sara Andrasek, 6-3, 6-3.
Doubles: M’Lynn Poulson/Liz Greczek (UP) def. Abby Cadwallader/Lauren Campbell, 6-3, 6-3; Addison Rennells/Emi Sensinger (UP) def. Brenna Henry/Katrina Clark, 6-1, 6-1; Emily Vogel/Cassidy Bush (UP) def. Lila Schmid/Rebecca Sandoval, 7-6 (2), 6-2; Alayna Phillips/Jada Leidy (UP) def. Sydney Kuszyk/Jordan Parker 6-4, 6-0.
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