Boyertown 2, Norristown 0 >> Goals by Landon Wenger and Nick Willson fueled the Bears’ shutout of the Eagles Thursday, a win that clinched the PAC Liberty Division title for Boyertown (14-1-2).
Jacob Gross was credited with an assist for Boyertown, which will be the No. 1 seed for next Tuesday’s PAC semifinals, to be held at Owen J. Roberts.
Spring-Ford 3, Perkiomen Valley 1 >> With Brett Gulati figuring on two of their goals Thursday, the Rams handled the Vikings in their PAC Liberty Division game.
Gulati had a goal and assist for Spring-Ford, whose other tallies came from Colin Trainor and Marcel Francis. Tommy McPoyle had four goalkeeper saves, his effort marred by Alfredo Grimaldi’s goal for PV.
Upper Merion 5, Pope John Paul II 1 >> After the Golden Panthers pulled even with them Thursday, the Vikings went on a scoring tear in the final eight minutes to pull away in this PAC Frontier Division matchup.
Joey Mazzio scored for PJP at the 14:26 mark of the second half, equalling UM’s first-half tally. Dylan Russ gave the Panthers 10-save goaltending.
Upper Perkiomen 8, Pottstown 0 >> Mason Powers’ two-goal game headed the Indians Thursday as they romped over the Trojans in PAC Frontier Division play.
Bryce Lesko (one assist), Enoc Padilla, Dean Miller, Kyle Shemeley, Jimmy Friedman and Patrick Hale completed the UP scoring. Assists were also credited to Cole Kendra, Febo Kilada, Austin Dunar, Joe McMichael and Jack Cupitt.
Perkiomen 1, Barrack Hebrew Academy 0 >> Zach Kratz scored the lone goal for the Panthers in their victory on Thursday.
Boyertown 7, Norristown 2 >> Samantha Devlin’s hatrick led the way for the Bears in their PAC Frontier victory on Thursday. Samantha Goffice, Camilla Kuever, Emma Beidler, and Janinna Jaronski also scored in the win.
Norristown’s Jane Baker scored twice in the effort.
Pope John Paul II 2, Upper Merion 0>> Lauryn Rezza and Emily Hughes were the goal scorers for the Panthers with assists from Lainey Owens and Rayna George respectively. Stacy Kormos recorded four saves in the shutout.
Upper Perkiomen 8, Pottstown 2 >> The Indians capped their regular season Thursday with a PAC Frontier Division victory over the Trojans.
Down 1-0 on Aniya Hoskins’ early goal, UP rallied for five first-half goals, including a natural hat trick by Emily Schaut and a pair of goals from Avery Diehl. In the second half, Sarah Edwards also tallied a brace, with Bryanna Marinari chipping in a single goal. Kaleigh Martin added Pottstown’s second goal.
Giana Deskevich contributed seven saves in her first varsity start for the Tribe, which tied a school record for most regular season wins for a girls team (13). Emme Wolfel had seven saves, and Michelle Castillo two, for the Trojans.
Pottsgrove 1, Phoenixville 0 >> Skylar Glass scored her 16th goal of the season Thursday, lifting the Falcons over the Phantoms in PAC Frontier Division action.
Glass was assisted by Hailey Strain. The goal proved sufficient for the victory with Summer Walker providing three-save shutout goaltending. Phoenixville’s Ella Stout stopped five shots.
Other Scores (no match report):
Spring-Ford 1, Perkiomen Valley 0
Owen J. Roberts 3, Methacton 0
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