Boyertown 17, Pottstown 10 >> Despite eight goals from the Trojans’ Ebony Reddick, the Bears used a seven-goal second-half advantage to take the PAC-10 win.
Hannah Wentzel led the charge, scoring a hat trick and dishing out four assists while Hailey Heimbach (assist) scored five times. Amanda Diachynsky had three goals and an assist while Payton Hughes scored twice and Sarah Didget posted 10 saves in goal. Reilly Owens finished with 14 saves for Pottstown.
Perkiomen Valley 18, Phoenixville 9 >> Christie Balestra scored seven goals as the Vikings scored 15 first-half goals and never looked back in a PAC-10 tilt with the Phantoms.
Paige Tyson (three assists) and Anna Koniencki (assist) scored four goals apiece while Kat Kelley had a goal and five assists. Devon Fleishmann made 13 saves while Abby Bergman scored a goals and provided three helpers. For Phoenixville, Katie McErlean led the way with three scores.
Methacton 17, Pottsgrove 3 >> Six Warriors chipped in a pair of goals as the Warriors blew past the Falcons in PAC-10 play.
Jackie Cerchio (five assists), Daria Lucchesi (two assists), Deb Peifer (two assists), Addy Borkowski (one assist), Lauren Hughes and Sara Hughes each scored twice while Aubrey Hazlett scored a goal and posted two helpers. Cheyenne Owens paced Pottsgrove with two goals while Brooke Saylor had a goal and an assist.
Owen J. Roberts 14, Upper Perkiomen 8 >> The Wildcats used a six-goal advantage going into the break to eventually cruise to a PAC-10 win over the Tribe.
Maddie Gebert led the way with six goals while Kerry Huzzard (assist) scored three times and Anna Dempsey scored twice as OJR jumped out to a 9-3 lead before the break. Frankie Carroll, Anna Lavelle and Eloise Gebert scored solo tallies in front of Sara Maute’s five-save showing in goal. Kenzie Gebhardt led UP with three goals while Morgan Rynn and Hope Flack each scored twice.
Collegium Charter 15, Perkiomen School 12 >> Stephanie Falcone scored five goals but it wasn’t enough as the Panthers fell to the Cougars in Tri-County League action.
Mikayla Matthews added three scores while Hannah Chiesa scored twice in the loss.
Spring-Ford 16, Central Bucks East 8 >> Camryn Jones notched a game-high five goals while Cassie Marte and Anja Sweeney each posted hat tricks to lift the Rams past the Patriots in non-conference action.
Jones also added four assists in the win while Jill Quigley added two scores. Bri Cirino, Olivia Yeagle and Erin Connelly each scored once in front of Kamille Ward’s nine-save showing in goal.
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