Tyler Comport netted two goals as visiting Boyertown topped Phoenixville 4-0 in a Pioneer Athletic Conference boys soccer game Saturday.

Barry Kabinoff and Denny Yudt rounded out the scoring for the defending league champion Bears (8-1, 10-2), who outshot Phoenixville by a 20-5 count.

Joe Riviello got credit for an assist, and Tim Lawlor had five goalkeeper saves in his shutout showing.Spring-Ford 0, Wilson 0: Pat Swartz's seven-save goaltending was the highlight for the Rams as they tied the Bulldogs in a non-league contest that went into double overtime.

Austin Lubas had a three-save day in the nets for Wilson.Owen J. Roberts 1, Council Rock North 1: Shane Kelly scored for the Wildcats as they played Council Rock North even in their non-league contest.

Brandon Ott had the assist on Kelly's goal. Owen J. got a combined seven goalkeeper saves from Zach Serbin and James Emery while gaining a 14-13 edge in shots on goal.Daniel Boone 2, Twin Valley 1: Jason Burns scored with 8:17 remaining in regulation to lift the Blazers over the Raiders in a non-divisional matchup of Berks Conference member schools.

Jeff Ast scored first for the Blazers (9-3-1), with Jaxson Burns getting credit for an assist.


Methacton 0, Great Valley 0: Hannah Walsh's eight-save goaltending was the highlight for the Warriors as they tied the Patriots in non-league play.


GV goalkeeper Carol Burgess had a six-save game in the nets against Methacton (3-8-1).Hill School 1, Springside Chestnut Hill 0: Sydney Charlton scored a first-half goal as the the Blues (1-5) notched their first victory of the season in non-league action.


Spring-Ford 3, Wissahickon 2: Gabby Major's hat trick sparked the Rams in their non-league victory over the Trojans.

Major was assisted on her first goal by Savanna Malloy, and on the others by Alexa Rothenberger. Dante Vagnoni provided 15-save goaltending for a Spring-Ford unit that was outshot (17-10) and outcornered (8-3) by its hosts.Methacton 3, Upper Dublin 1: With Alexa Hoover and Maddie Alderfer each figuring in on two of their goals, the Warriors topped the Cardinals in non-league play.

Hoover tallied twice for Methacton (8-3-1) while Alderfer had one goal and assist. Morgan Casselberry was credited with an assist for the locals, who got five-save goaltending from Sammi Steele.Phoenixville 7, Daniel Boone 1: Bailey Quinn, T.J. Jefferis and Rose Moore had two-goal outings for the Phantoms in their non-league victory over the Blazers.

Lexi Battista rounded out the Phoenixville scoring while Kim Rutherford chipped in with 14-save goaltending for the winners.


Hill School 4, Springside Chestnut Hill 2: A sweep of the singles bracket was key to the Blues' non-league victory over Springside Chestnut Hill.Mackie Leclair, Courtney Mauk and Margaret Smith all won in straight sets, dropping a combined nine games between them.


Perkiomen Valley Invitational: The host Vikings won their own tournament today, continuing their unbeatean play in their tournament competitions.

The Vikings beat Radnor, Bayard Rustin and Baldwin in their pool play, winning 9 of 10 sets in their 3 matches (25-9, 25-15, 25-18; 21-25, 25-7, 28-27, 25-19; 25-14, 25-10, and 25-5). They played Conestoga in the semifinals and won the set to advance to the finals (25-18). The final was against Great Valley, and PV prevailed 25-13.

The standout Vikings were Kristin Dolenti (33 attacks, 11 kills, 21 digs, four aces), Hannah Whitmire (12 attacks, six digs), Cayla Veverka (86 attacks, 60 kills, 24 digs, 17 aces), Emilia Leyes (53 assists, 11 digs, five aces), Caitlin Corcoran (34 attacks, 16 kills, 10 blocks, five aces), Jen Maurer (16 attacks, seven kills, 12 digs, four aces), Emily Oltman (five aces) and Samantha Guarnaccia (22 digs).


Hill School 16, Pennington 10: Lunsford Schock's eight-goal effort headed the Blues in their non-league victory over Pennington Prep.

George Cleveland chipped in with another four goals for the Hill (2-5), solo tallies scored by Will Schantz, Peter Shiller, Tony Zhang and Andy McClung. Schock also had a team high in steals (four) while Dan Katzman (seven) and Trexler Hirn combined for 10-save goaltending.


Blue-White Invite: The Hill School went 3-0 in the competition at Upper Perkiomen. The Blues (8-3) had a 28-5 scoring edge in the sweep, outshooting Hazleton (11-5) and blanking Upper Merion (16-0) while being awarded a forfeit (1-0) against the host Indians.

Maddison Marcheskie had eight goals on the day, Payton Miles combined for three goals in the contested games and Katherine Barron added a hat trick against UM. Funmilayo Lawal had a combined seven saves in goal while Barron turned away seven shots in the Hazleton game.



Ursinus 4, McDaniel 2: Stephanie Cooper scored two goals, both in the first 15 minutes of the game, as the Bears doubled up the Green Terror in Centennial Conference play.

Cooper scored at 9:31 and 14:14 for Ursinus (3-1, 5-2) while Devin Brakel and Megan Keenan each added goals. Jordan Miller had two assists and Nora Kornfeld one.


Ursinus 1, Swarthmore 1: The Bears and 19th-ranked Garnet played all even in their Centennial Conference matchup.

Ursinus (1-0-1, 4-4-1) got on the board in the first half when Aaron Nelson scored on a header in front of the goal, the assist by Jesse Hart. Swarthmore scored with 16 minutes left when Michael Superdock scored on a header as well, off an assist from Alec McClean and Jake Weiner.

The Garnet (1-0-1, 5-0-3) outshot the Bears 25-7, but, Ursinus' defensive unit kept Swarthmore off the board despite playing a man down due to a red card the final 25 minutes of regulation and in both overtimes. Goalkeeper Ryan Murphy made eight saves in the tie.


McDaniel 2, Ursinus 1: Nicole Hill scored with just 12 minutes remaining as the Green Terror edged the Bears in Centennial Conference play.

Ursinus (1-3-1, 5-5-1) got a goal from Jeannie Jasinski at 16:39 to take a 1-0 halftime lead. McDaniel tied the game at 52:23 as Sam Wilson scored off of a corner kick from Erica Diffendal.

Ursinus did own a 16-13 advantage in shots on the night. Goalkeeper Kara DiJoseph made five saves on the day.


Bears split: Ursinus College went 1-1 at its lone home tri-match. The Bears dropped a five-set match to McDaniel in the opener (3-2) before rebounding to beat Penn State-Harrisburg 3-0.

Karla Thiele had a match-high 25 kills for Ursinus against McDaniel, with Lindsay Doyle, Danielle Kenny and Gina Powers each having five. Powers scooped up all 42 assists alongside four service aces in the match, with Leah Masiello getting 20 digs defensively and Powers 13.

Against PSU-Harrisburg, Thiele had 15 kills and Powers seven. Powers had 22 assists while Emily van Mulbregt had six service aces, and Masiello eight digs.