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Mercury-Area Roundup: Spring-Ford tops OJR to shake up PAC-10 standings

Oh, is the PAC-10 girls lacrosse schedule going to be a fun one this season.

No team is safe at the top.

Days removed from Owen J.Roberts’ one-goal victory over Methacton, it was Spring-Ford’s turn to start shaking up the top of the league standings.

Camryn Jones scored four goals and tallied an assist while Jill Quigley added a three-goal night as Spring-Ford gave the Wildcats their first conference loss with a 12-10 victory Monday night.

The Rams (2-2 PAC-10) received an 11-save effort from Kamille Ward and moved a game behind OJR for second place in the PAC in the early going of the season.

OJR’s (3-1 PAC-10) Maddie Gebert led the Wildcats with four goals. Kerry Huzzard added three with Anna Dempsey, Sophia Murray and Kelsey Kilgallon each adding one in the loss.

Pope John Paul II 17, Upper Merion 16 >> Monica Rapchinski continued her torrid scoring pace, finishing with 12 goals — including No. 100 for her career — in the Golden Panthers’ overtime victory over Upper Merion.

Abby McMenamin added one goal and 12 assists in the win while Kylie Cherneskie added two goals.

Charlotte Williamson made 11 saves in the win.

Rapchinski now has 104 goals for her career.

Methacton 12, Perkiomen Valley 11 >> Jackie Cerchio registered a game-high seven points to lift the Warriors to their first PAC-10 win of the season in a tilt with the Vikings.

Cerchio netted a hat trick and provided four assists while Deb Peifer and Daria Lucchesi each scored three goals apiece in the win. Addie Frey posted an eight-save showing in goal while Addy Borkowski added two scores and Sara Hughes posted a goal and an assist. Christie Balestra and Paige Tyson (assist) each added three goals apiece for PV.

Perkiomen School 17, Barrack Hebrew 13 >> Steph Falcone registered a game-high 10 points to lift the Panthers past the Cougars in Tri-County League play.

Falcone scored nine goals and added an assist while Mikayla Matthews scored six goals. Hannah Chiesa chipped in with a pair of goals and an assist in the win.

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