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Mercury Softball Roundup (May 6): Owen J. Roberts bats come alive late for 5-3 win over Perkiomen Valley

Owen J. Roberts 5, Perkiomen Valley 3

The OJR lineup ensured Natalie Alldred’s three-hitter didn’t go to waste just in time with a four-run sixth inning that gave the Wildcats a PAC Liberty win over the Vikings Thursday.

Sophia Winnick’s two-run double and Alldred’s RBI double (2-for-2, 2 RBI) were the big blows in the decisive sixth inning. Allie Daubert homered for OJR. Serena Crovetti hit a home run for PV, which scored a run in the seventh but was halted by OJR’s sophomore ace.

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Phoenixville 10, Norristown 6

Aubrie Breisblatt had two doubles and a triple to charge the Phantoms’ eight-hit offense in a PAC crossover win Thursday. Phoenixville, which scored four runs in the first, got two hits apiece from winning pitcher Courtney Gable (3 IP, 7 hits, 3 runs) and Kendall Brown (3 RBI).

Norristown fell despite a 13-hit day led by Katie Mocarsky (4-for-5, 2 RBI), Ryan Morse (triple, 3-for-4) and Erin Morse (double, triple, 3 RBI).

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Pope John Paul II 10, Upper Merion 1

Alex DiCampello carried a big bat in a 4-for-5 day that featured a home run and 2 RBI and Dani Dare starred at the plate and the circle in PJP’s PAC Frontier win Wednesday.

Dare was 3-for-4 and went the distance pitching, scattering eight hits for one run with eight strikeouts. Maren DeStefano homered and was 2-for-4 for Upper Merion.

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Mid-Atlantic Prep League
Hill School 7, Peddie 0

The Blues rode a big early lead to victory over Peddie School in Mid-Atlantic Prep League play Thursday.

Hill jumped out in front early with a four-run first inning, coming off with a string of hits from Belle DiCampello, Colleen Quinn, Kelly Dempsey, Anna Cowan and Kaitlyn Rosario. Aryanna Bodge gave up only three hits over seven innings and struck out nine for the Hill. DiCampello, Cowan and Quinn each finished 3-4 on the day for Hill with extra-base hits coming off the bats of Quinn (triple, double) and DiCampello (two doubles).

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