Phoenixville 6, Methacton 2
Kendall Brown’s 2021 mound debut proved a stellar one, leading the Phantoms over the Warriors in Thursday’s PAC divisional crossover game.
Back from an injury, the senior threw a three-hit complete game with six strikeouts against five walks. She was also Phoenixville’s batting star, her 2-for-2 outing headed by a home run and triple along with two RBI.
Pottsgrove 4, Pope John Paul II 3
With all the scoring completed in the first two innings Thursday, the Falcons’ first-inning edge proved their margin of victory over the Golden Panthers.
Mikayla Eckman was a two-way star for Pottsgrove on the mound and at the plate, throwing a 10-strikeout complete game and driving in two runs. Alex DiCampello gave PJP a 2-for-4, one-RBI bat.
Pope John Paul II 5, Pottsgrove 3
PJP got three-hit outings from Gavin Feulner and Brendan Kenning to support winning pitcher Nik Rubendall in Thursday’s PAC Frontier Division win, with D.J. Clarke picking up the save off one frame of no-hit pitching.
The Falcons saw Steve Rinda’s 11-strikeout pitching go for naught.
Upper Merion 7, Pottstown 3
Brad Zielinski was a two-way standout for the Vikings as they outlasted the Trojans in PAC Frontier Division play Thursday.
Zielinski got the pitching win off 5-1/3 innings’ work — Brandon Colon went the final 1-2/3 to get the save — and he contributed a 3-for-3 bat. Oscar Brenes added a three-RBI outing while Pottstown’s Gabe Hicks went a team-best 3-for-4.
Perkiomen School 15, New Foundations 0
Carlos Quinones was a two-way star for the Panthers Thursday, pitching and hitting them past New Foundations in Penn Jersey Athletic Association play.
Quinones hurled three no-hit innings and backed his mound efforts with a 2-for-2, three-RBI plate showing. Tony Holden also went 2-for-2 and drove in three runs for Perkiomen (5-0 league, 8-10 overall).
Perkiomen Valley 10, Haverford High 9
Sam Nice netted a game-high six goals Thursday, leading the Vikings to victory over Haverford High in non-league play.
The Vikings built a 5-0 lead after the first quarter but an illegal stick and two more 2-minute locked in penalties along with some costly turnovers turned the tide in the Fords favor as the game was 5-4 at halftime. Jacob Klosinski helped keep PV on a winning pace with 12 saves in goal.
Perk Valley 5 0 3 2 – 10
Haverford High 0 4 2 3 – 9
Goals: Perkiomen Valley – Sam Nice 6, Jack Scaliti 1, Dane Hagen 1, Matt Farrington 1, Dallas Pulliam 1, Haverford High – Andreas McKendry 4, Curran Kranick 2, Jimmy Klein 1, Nikolas McKendry 1, Quinn Carson 1,
Assists: Perkiomen Valley – Jack Scaliti 3, Matt Farrington 1. Haverford High – Quinn Carson 3, Curran Kranick 1, Andreas McKendry 1.
Saves: Perkiomen Valley – Jacob Klosinski 12. Haverford High – Matt Davis 8.
Methacton 11, Upper Moreland 6
Justin Sanelli (4 goals, 2 assists) had a hand of more than half the Warriors’ tallies in a non-league win over Upper Moreland Thursday.
Phoenixville 11, Pope John Paul II 10
Gianna Thaxton’s goal in overtime lifted the Phantoms over the Golden Panthers in Thursday’s PAC Frontier Division game.
Alana Lathan had a game-high four goals for Phoenixville. Rory Nilsen and Kallan Bustynowicz each netted hat tricks to lead PJP.
Goals: Pope John Paul II – Rory Nilsen 3, Kallan Bustynowicz 3, Jill Cobaugh 2, Ava Zepp 1, Marissa Memmo 1. Phoenixville – Alana Lathan 4, Gianna Thaxton 2, Jaime Michaud 2, Jadre Hook 1, Natalie White 1, Lucy O’Donnell 1.
Assist: Phoenixville – Lucy O’Donnell 1, Andrea Hook 1.
Saves: Pope John Paul II – Grace Drewitz 12. Phoenixville – Maddy Schramm 7.
Spring-Ford 13, Central Bucks South 9
Abbey Boyer’s game-high four goals helped the Rams outlast the Hawks in Thursday’s non-league game. Behind Boyer, Spring-Ford got a hat trick from Mac Maloney and two goals from Alyssa Mozi.
Goals: Central Bucks South – Kate Victor 3, Tegan Mullen 2, Janessa Watson 2, Bridget Curtis 1, Grace Gannon 1. Spring-Ford – Abbey Boyer 4, Mac Maloney 3, Alyssa Mozi 2, Alysia Collins 1, Brenna Whiteside 1, Madi Doyle 1, Emma Sowers 1.
Saves: Central Bucks South – Gabby Mayo 8. Spring-Ford – Ilyana Jones 4.
Boys’ Track and Field
Upper Perkiomen 112, Upper Merion 38
Blandin Conklin and Hunter Flack proved bright spots for the Indians as they ran away with Thursday’s PAC Frontier Division meet with the Vikings.
Conklin was a two-event winner, taking the 1,600 (4:46.93) and 800 (2:09.79), and Flack cleared the 15-foot mark in winning the pole vault. Joshua Tickner and Trai Mason had UM’s lone individual firsts in the 100 and 200, respectively.
300 IH-Patel (UP), 48.30
4×800-Upper Perkiomen, 9:25.89
100-Tickner (UMe), 11.66
1,600-Conklin (UP), 4:46.93
400-Fehnel (UP), 56.34
4×100-Upper Perkiomen, 46.80
110 HH-Lahr (UP), 19.22
800-Conklin (UP), 2:09.79
200-Mason (UMe) 24.06
3,200-Miller (UP), 10:44.96
4×400-Upper Merion, 3:44.35
High jump-Freeman (UP), 5-8
Long jump-Sabastro (UP), 17-9 1/2
Triple jump-Durning (UP), 38-5 1/2
Pole vault-Flack (UP), 15-0
Shot put-Thompson (UP), 39-0 1/4
Discus-Faraco (UP), 98-9
Javelin-Flud Jr. (UP), 187-3
Girls’ Track and Field
Upper Perkiomen 88, Upper Merion 62
Lauren Donahue dominated the distance races in helping the Indians run away with Thursday’s PAC Frontier Division meet against the Vikings.
Donahue went 6:19.73 in the 1,600 and 14:03.20 in the 3,200. Upper Merion had two-event winners in Alyssa Gansky (200, pole vault) and Sedona Hansell (100, long jump).
300 IH-Coddington (UP), 56.25
4×800-Upper Merion, 12:18.20
100-Hansell (UMe), 14.12
1,600-Donahue (UP), 6:19.73
400-Frydlewicz (UP), 1:08
4×100-Upper Perkiomen, 56.88
100 LH-Goodrich (UP), 18.54
800-Ferreira (UMe), 2:54.34
200-Gansky (UMe), 28.77
3,200-Donahue (UP), 14:03.20
4×400-Upper Merion, 4:47.17
High jump-Romanowski (UP), 4-8
Long jump-Hansell (UMe), 14-4 1/4
Triple jump-Hope (UMe), 30-4 1/2
Pole vault-Gansky (UMe), 8-0
Shot put-Brown (UMe), 22-4 1/2
Discus-Carlin (UP), 58-7
Javelin-States (UP), 93-0