Phoenixville 9, Upper Perkiomen 8: Zoe Bullotta scored three goals and had one assist, and Kellie Matson and Kira Landis each tallied two goals as the Phantoms edged the Indians in a PAC-10 Frontier Division contest on March 31. Megan Nemeth collected 15 saves in goal for the Phantoms.

Spring-Ford 17, Methacton 4: Kat Connelly scored five goals, Kira Gensler four and Briana Cirino three to lead the Rams over the Warriors in a Liberty Division matchup. Sam Walters and Liz Stierle ahd seven and two saves, respectively, in goal.

Phoenixville 13, Pottstown 8: The Phantoms used a run of eight consecutive goals to rally past the host Trojans in Pioneer Athletic Conference action on March 27.

T.J. Jefferis scored three goals and helped Phoenixville dominate the draws after a slow start, and Kellie Matson and Zoe Bullotta chipped in two goals apiece for the winners.

Sidney Sanford scored four for the Trojans while Tyler Thorne had two. Phoenixville goalkeeper Megan Nemeth and Pottstown's Brigid Benfield each made 11 saves.

Pottstown jumped out to a 4-1 lead with 13:27 left in the first half before the Phantoms staged their comeback.

Spring-Ford 12, Owen J. Roberts 11: Kat Connelly scored three goals to help lift the Rams over the Wildcats on March 28. Casey Trimbur, Danielle Rheaume, Kira Gensler and Brianna Cirino each added two goals for S-F while Karly Stevens had one. Connelly and Trimbur each picked up two assists.



Spring-Ford 11, Upper Perkiomen 3: Shane Emrich blasted a two-run homer and also had an RBI double as the Rams belted the Indians at Ram Stadium on March 27.

The Rams trailed by a run before rallying for 10 runs in the bottom of the sixth inning at Ram Stadium.

Connor Murphy had a go-ahead two-run single. Zach Zoller, Dave Gulati, Cameron Simmons and Matt Daywalt each had run-scoring singles during the big inning.

Emrich finished 2-for-4 with three RBIs. Gulati was 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs, and Simmons was 2-for-4 with two runs.


Owen J. Roberts 10, Phoenixville 0: Kelly Knapp and Lainey Michaud picked up Phoenixville's only hits off Kyle Glenn in a six-inning loss to the Wildcats on March 31.

Phoenixville 16, Pottstown 0: Jennifer Rennard and Kelly Knapp combined on a five-inning no-hitter as the Phantoms defeated the Trojans on March 27.

Tiler Rennard ws 3-for-4 weith four RBIs and two runs, and Knapp was 3-for-5 with two triples, three runs and three RBIs for Phoenixville.

Spring-Ford 2, Upper Perkiomen 0: Jenna Lee fired a one-hit shutout and sturck out eight as the Rams defeated the Indians. Cassie Alexy was 3-for-4 with one RBI for Spring-Ford.

Boyertown 4, Perkiomen Valley 2: Rachel Helverson pitched a strong game, but the Vikings fell to the Bears in a PAC-10 game on March 27. In six innings pitched, Helverson allowed five hits and four runs (three earned) with four strikeouts and one walk. Noelle McCullough slugged a pair of triples, scored one run and had one RBI for the Vikes.


Spring-Ford 11, Perkiomen Valley 10: The three-time defending PAC-10 champion Rams hung on to top the Vikings in a PAC-10 game at Coach McNelly Stadium on March 31.

Zach Hare scored the go-ahead goal with 9:18 remaining on a feed from Alex Marte. S-F (3-0, 3-1) got three goals and three assists from Kevin Todd, three goals from Zach Hare, one goal and five assists from Marte and two goals from Carter Gensler.

For Perkiomen Valley, Sean Tornetta scored three goals while Ben Minardi and Connor Dee had two apiece. The Rams' Matt Messerle made 13 saves while PV's Kevin Mo had seven had seven stops.

Spring-Ford 10, Owen J. Roberts 7: Goalie Matt Messerle stopped 15 shots, and Alex Marte scored a game-high four goals with an assist in the Rams'PAC-10 win over the Wildcats on March 28.

Spring-Ford 15, Boyertown 5: Kevin Todd figured in on six goals as the Rams rolled over the Bears in their PAC-10 game on March 27. Todd netted a game-high four goals and assisted on two more scores. Liam Hare added a hat trick for the Rams while Alex Marte and Jake Hvazda had two-goal showings.


Spring-Ford 5, Phoenixville 2: Four matches lasted three sets or were decided by tiebreakers as the Rams defeated the Phantoms in a PAC-10 meet on March 27. Spring-Ford's fourth-doubles team of Todd Unger and Cameron Traver won a 6-2, 6-0 verdict over Liam Bonner and Jake Casmay.

The Phantoms gained wins from Nick Vaile at third singles and Ben McKeon/Austin Starczewski at first doubles.

Perkiomen Valley 7, Pope John Paul II 0: Luke Pain's shutout victory at first singles led the way for the Vikings in their PAC-10 win over the Golden Panthers.



Pottsgrove 120, Phoenixville 25: Mackensey Thomas was a double winner in the 100-meter dash (11.1) and 200 (23.0), but the Phantoms fell to the Falcons on March 27.

Spring-Ford 129, Pottstown 21: Joe Bush and Brandon Palaia were three-event winners for the Rams in their victory over the Trojans. Bush won the 200 (22.7), long jump (20-21/2) and triple jmp (40-0). Palaia took the shot put (42-7), discus (123-71/2) and javelin (176-7).

Perkiomen Valley 89, Boyertown 61: Dave Garton and Mekhi Clemons led Perkiomen Valley with two individual wins each. Garton won the 1,600 (4:41.51) and 3,200 (10:31.78). Clemons finished first in the 100 (11.16) and high jump (5-8).

Pa. Track Classic: Spring-Ford's Brandon Palaia and David O'Such had big days during the Pennsylvania Track Classic meet March 29 at Plymouth-Whitemarsh. Palaia won the javelin at 162-8, and O'Such topped the field in the 400 at 50.36. Brandon Leacraft finished second in the javelin (160-3). The distance medley team of Josh Tupper, Eric Miller, Stone Scarcelle and Paul Power also earned second-place silver medals.

Ryan Connelly finished third in the 110 high hurdles (16.54) and fifth in the 300 intermediate hurdles (42.04). Ryan Grosshanten took fourth in the high jump (5-10), and Tuim Rudderow placed fifth in the discus (110-4).



Pottsgrove 102, Phoenixville 42: Jackie Tucker became a two-event winner for the Phantoms, but they fell to the Falcons in a PAC-10 meet. Tucker won the 400-meter dash (65.7) and 3,200 (14:06.6).

Spring-Ford 136, Pottstown 10: Sam DiPietro captured three events for the Rams in their win over the Trojans. DiPietro got her firsts in the 100 (13.0), long jump (15-11) and triple jump (35-21/2).

Kirsten Baumgartner won the 100 hurdles (17.5) and 200 (28.3). Haley Preschutti won the 400 (1:03.3) and 800 (2:36.4). Sam Christman won the 1,600 (5:56.2) and 3,200 (13:10.1). Cassie Ruderow won the shot put (25-0) and discus (83-71/2).

Perkiomen Valley 83, Boyertown 67: Macey Tanseco paced the Vikings with victories in the shot put (37-41/2) and discus (111-0) in their win over the Bears, who were led by three victories each by Alex Heuer and Jill Bertino.

Pa. Track Classic: Perkiomen Valley's Macey Tanseco finished first in the shot put at 38-4 while 3/4 Spring-Ford's Haley Preschutti finished second in the 800 (2:26.73). Spring-Ford's Maggie Locke was third in the javelin and Chelsea Reynolds fourth in the 100 (13.38). Also for PV, Jen Maurer took second in the triple jump (34-2) and third in the long jump (16-7) and the PV 4x100 relay team was fifth in 52.38.