Another day's sweep continued a season-long sweep for the Pope John Paul II girls volleyball team.

The Golden Panthers maintained their perfect status in the Pioneer Athletic Conference by dominating Tuesday's match with Perkiomen Valley. PJP won by set scores of 25-14, 25-13 and 25-21.

Morgan Shemonski had 13 kills, and Nicole Dorman had eight, to help PJP (5-0 league) remain atop the PAC-10 standings. Alana Pergine chipped in with four kills and three blocks while Geena Bevenour added 20 assists, 12 service points and 10 digs.

Kelly Peyton augmented the Panthers' dominance with 14 digs and 10 service points.

The main contributors for PV (2-3) were Kristin Dolenti (20 attacks, six kills), Cayla Veverka (23 attacks, five kills, 11 digs), Jen Maurer (nine attacks, five kills) and Emilia Leyes (12 assists).



West-Mont 4, Perkiomen School 0: Daniel Mayk's two-goal showing keyed the Wings as they blanked the Panthers in their Tri-County League matchup.

Mayk scored in each half for West-Mont, whose point production was capped by Jacob Gallagher.

Exeter 3, Daniel Boone 2: The Blazers forced the Eagles into overtime, only to see their Berks Conference guests prevail in overtime courtesy of Erik Burkhart's third goal.

Jaxson and Jason Burns scored in a four-minute span of the second half for Daniel Boone, which trailed Exeter by a two-goal margin after one half. Conner Hedgepeth had eight saves for the locals.

Pottstown 7, Glen Mills 0: Sherif Mohamed netted a hat trick to help the Trojans get in the win column with a non-league shutout of the Bulls.


Mohamed's first two tallies helped Pottstown obtain a 4-0 halftime lead, sandwiched between Logan Pennypacker's goal one minute into the contest and Jake Fetterman's unassisted score. Fetterman was credited with having the touch on a goal that deflected off a Glen Mills player. Mohamed and Pennypacker rounding out the scoring afterwards.

Sherif and Tamer Mohamed were credited with assists, as was Fetterman.



Perkiomen School 3, Mercy Vocational 0: Goals by Mindi Gallagher and Hillary Masrin got the Panthers started on their Tri-County League victory over Mercy Vocational.

An own-goal completed Perkiomen's scoring, with Katharina Quante getting credit for the assist.



Boone wins: The Blazers were headed by Anthony Kahn's Top Five finish in a Berks Conference meet that included Exeter and Fleetwood. Boone outran the Tigers 24-35 while edging the Eagles 29-30.

Kahn placed fourth in a time of 18:16. The Blazers' other high finishers were Josh Gest (eighth, 18:50), Aaron Higgins (ninth, 18:51) and Adam Banks (10th, 18:54).



Boone wins: Three runners claimed meet honors for the Blazers in a Berks Conference meet that included Exeter and Fleetwood. Boone handled both the Eagles (20-37) and the Tigers (15-48).

Alex Santora, Abigail Snyder and Sophia Guglielmi were all clocked crossing the finish line at 21:05. Alex Hamill followed in sixth place (22:40), and Emilee Durso was eighth in 23:09.



Perkiomen School 5, Del-Val Friends 0: The Panthers maintained their unbeaten run in the Tri-County League with a sweep of Delaware Valley Friends.

The best individual showings for Perkiomen (3-0, 4-1) came from Dagny Barone at second singles, and the first-doubles team of Maddy Glinski and Michelle Meng; both scored 8-0 pro-set victories. On the day, the Panthers dropped just 10 games in the five matches.

Upper Perkiomen 5, Christopher Dock 2: The Indians swept all four doubles matches with Jaime Dennis and Meagan Quinn (4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (2)), Rachel Weidner and Holly Crossin (7-6 (0), 6-4), Aly Licopoli and Jess Crilley (6-1, 6-1), and Emily Moll and Carly Bernhart (7-5, 6-3).

UP also took the third singles match with Sarah Kramer (6-2, 6-4) to come away with the non-league victory.



Perkiomen School 206, Jenkintown 255: Alex Hess was the low man for the Panthers in their non-league victory over Jenkintown at Butter Valley.

Hess' nine-hole score of 39 was followed by Levin Bretschneider (40), Minuette Lassig and Levi Stoudt (41) and Johnny Huang (45). The win put Perkiomen's season record at 4-2.