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Reporter/Times Herald Roundup (Sept. 28): Boegner gives Plymouth Whitemarsh overtime win


Plymouth Whitemarsh 1, New Hope-Solebury 0 (OT) >> Abby Boegner headed in a corner from Fiona Gooneratne in overtime as Plymouth Whitemarsh earned its third straight win in the SOL crossover contest.

“I couldn’t be more happy that Abby Boegner scored a goal,” PW coach Thomas Delucia said. “She hasn’t stopped talking about trying to get on the scoresheet for the past few days. This is an outstanding kid – terrific student, super positive, vice president of her class. She’s incredibly popular among her teammates. She is really small but really fun to watch with the ball at her feet. Her confidence is growing by the game.”

Goalkeeper Caitlyn Dinh posted her third consecutive shutout as the Colonials improved to 3-5-0 (2-5-0 SOL Liberty).

Souderton 4, Truman 0 >> Avery Nogami found the back of the net early and often, registering a hat trick in the first seven minutes of the SOL crossover as Souderton snapped a three-game skid.

Nicole Shulinghamp made it 4-0 in the second half for the Indians (2-6-1, 1-5-1 SOL Colonial) on a shot from outside the 18-yard box.

Pennridge 2, Pennsbury 1 >> Riley Hepler scored in the first half while Leah Malone tallied the second after halftime as Pennridge shut out Pennsbury in their SOL crossover to improve to 8-0-0 (6-0-0 SOL Colonial).

Abington 2, Cheltenham >> Abington’s Maura Day scored off an assist from Lily Grey while Mei Mei Cheng converted a penalty kick as the Galloping Ghosts (6-2-0, 6-1-0 SOL Liberty) extended their winning streak to five.

Methacton 8, Norristown 0 >> Aubrey Beaugard and Kirsten O’Brien both scored twice – O’Brien’s second goal assisted by twin sister Shannon O’Brien – as Methacton earned a shutout PAC Liberty win.

Kendall Ricca had a goal and two assists while Mia Chan collected two assists for the Warriors (7-2-1). Liv Navarrette and Jules Sipia each had a goal with Camryn Steere recording an assist.

Methacton goalie Riley McDonald, Mairi Smith and Misha Patel combined for four saves.

Dock Mennonite 4, Delco Christian 0 >> After a lightning delay just prior to kickoff led to a dance party between both teams, Abby Mellinger collected a goal and an assist as Dock Mennonite claimed a BAL win.

Mellinger assisted on Abby Browns’ goal at 21:23 then in the second half made it 2-0 by scoring at 73:20 off a Meg Wenzel assist. Kenzie Derstine tallied Dock’s third goal at 77:00 with the assist from Ashley Lapp.


Wissahickon 4-0 Upper Moreland >> Julian Memis had a goal and an assist as Wissahickon pulled away in the second half for an SOL crossover victory.

Memis scored the first half’s lone goal in the 28th minute. Bobby Graefe doubled the lead for the Trojans (4-4-1, 4-3-0 SOL Liberty) after the break in the 60th minute. Sam Grossberg made it 3-0 in the 67th while Joey Connolly tacked on the fourth in the 75th.

Ryan Berger and Michael Om each had an assist while goalie Aditya Shah posted his second shutout of the season.

Norristown 5, Methacton 3 >> Diego Guzman scored a hat trick and also had an assist while Adan Morales had a pair of assists as Norristown bested Methacton in their PAC Liberty match.

Brandon Torres and Gabe Borroso each had a goal for the Eagles with Renato Castillo collecting an assist.

Zach Willen had a goal and an assist for Methacton. Braden Ahlum and Braden Kavanagh both had goals for the Warriors while Lucas Capelini had an assist.

Norristown goalie Jimmy Moreno made five saves with Methacton keeper Steven Remish having three saves.

Upper Perkiomen 4, Pope John Paul II 0 >> Mateo Schneidt, Ethan Barr, Blake Schwenk and Ben Goodrich each had a goal for Upper Perkiomen in its PAC Frontier win. Matthew Fisher, Aiden Heiser and Jimmy Friedman all collected an assist.


North Penn 5, Neshaminy 0 >> Maddie Waldspurger had two goals and an assist, Kerry O’Donnell collected a goal and an assist and North Penn stopped a three-game skid with a shutout SOL crossover win.

The Knights (4-3-0, 3-3-0 SOL Colonial) scored three times in the first quarter. O’Donnell assisted on Waldspurger’s strike at 11:28 then put one in the back of the cage at 7:54. Waldspurger made it 3-0 with 35 seconds left.

NP added two more goals in the second quarter, Catherine McGeehan off a Waldspurger assist at 3:57 with Grace McGeehan scoring with no time remaining in the half.

North Penn goalies Mackenzie Czajkowski and Kiera Holt had three and one saves, respectively. Neshaminy (5-4-0, 5-3-0 SOL Patriot) keepers Brittany Mattoi and Riley Wert combined for 12 saves.

Wissahickon 7, Upper Moreland 0 >> Brynne Miller had two goals, Ella Hummel handed out two assists and Wissahickon rolled to an SOL crossover win to stay undefeated.

Leading 3-0 at halftime, the Trojans (8-0-0, 7-0-0 SOL Liberty) doubled their advantage by the end of the third. Kate Lovensheimer scored at 13:54, Audrey Walsh got a goal at 6:58 off a Caroline Kirkpatrick assist while Noelle Koop made it 6-0.

Miller added Wiss’ final goal at 1:59 in the fourth off a Hummel assist.

Miller tallied the opening goal at 9:19 in the first quarter with Hummel getting the assist.  Avery Mullin scored at 5:22. In the second quarter, Miller assisted Kayla Pak’s goal at 6:29.

Upper Moreland (3-6-0, 2-5-0 SOL Freedom) goalie Emma Hurley made 29 saves.

Dock Mennonite 8, Morrisville 0 >> Celeste Derstine scored three goals, Olivia Zaskoda found the back of the cage twice and Dock Mennonite cruised to a BAL win.

Ainsley Moyer, Erin Miles and Olivia Veltre all had a goal for the Pioneers (6-3-0, 6-0-0 league), who led 5-0 after the first quarter.

Upper Perkiomen 7, Pope John Paul II >> Pope John Paul II goalkeeper Sarah Bell had 20 saves while fellow Golden Panthers keeper Gi Manza made 10 saves in a PAC Frontier loss to Upper Perkiomen.

Marissa Memmo had three defensive saves for PJP II.


Souderton 3, Central Bucks East 0 >> Alexa Mazzeo had 16 digs, two assists and an ace while Alli Sauerwald finished with 10 kills, two aces and two digs as Souderton swept Central Bucks East 25-16, 25-17, 25-22 for an SOL Continental win.

Alyssa Reiner recorded nine kills, seven digs and two aces for the Indians. Nikki Hamilton had 22 assists, three digs and an ace while Isabella Feliciani had eight digs and four aces.

Methacton 3, Owen J. Roberts 1 >> Mel Eglinton and Mandy Baldwin each put down 10 kills as Methacton earned a 25-15, 25-12, 20-25, 25-12 PAC victory.

Meg Haftl had 25 assists for the Warriors (5-6, 4-2 PAC Liberty)

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