Spring-Ford ral­lies past Owen J. Roberts

The Mercury (Pottstown, PA) - - SPORTS - By Mer­cury staff sports@21st-cen­tu­ry­media.com @Pottsmer­cS­ports on Twit­ter

The Phan­toms picked up a pair of non-con­fer­ence wins in morn­ing-af­ter­noon ac­tion.

Phoenixville opened the day with a 9-2 win over North Po­cono, then fol­lowed it with a 4-1 win over Lake­land.

Gabrielle Per­rotto notched a hat trick and an as­sist in the opener while Mor­gan Beatty and Leeza Galli each had a pair of goals. Jesi Ross­man and Kelli Ols­son (as­sist) each reg­is­tered a goal.

In the sec­ond game, Ross­man scored twice while Galli and Per­rotto each had solo tal­lies. SPRING-FORD 9, CEDAR CLIFF 0 » Lily Nowakowski scored twice while Olivia Yea­gle had a goal and an as­sist in the Rams’ non-con­fer­ence rout of Cedar Cliff.

Ella Curry, Gabby Kane, Alyssa Gairo, Ash­ley Hu­dak, Mack Doyle and An­gela Mo­ri­ar­ity reg­is­tered solo tal­lies while Ri­ley Wal­lace and Carly com­bined for the SF shutout in goal. OWEN J. ROBERTS 5, AVON GROVE 0 » Sarah Kopec scored twice to lead the Wild­cats past the Red Devils in non-con­fer­ence ac­tion.

Ma­hogany Wil­lis, Ju­lia Dal­ton and Kylie Cahill each added a goal in the win. LANSDALE CATHOLIC 2, BOY­ER­TOWN 1 » Kaleigh Gal­lagher scored the Bears’ lone goal as they dropped a non­con­fer­ence loss against the Cru­saders.

Katie He­nessy and Danielle Mehlmann each added goals for LC. GAR­DEN SPOT 1, DANIEL BOONE 0 » Danielle Pas­si­fione’s nine-save goal­tend­ing was the highlight for the Blaz­ers in their non­league loss to Gar­den Spot. PENNINGTON PREP 6, HILL SCHOOL 2 » Su­sanna So­der­man pro­vided the Blues’ of­fense in their non-league loss to Pennington Prep.

So­der­man gave the Hill an early lead by con­vert­ing a free kick just out­side the 18-yard box. Ad­die Paul­son con­trib­uted 12-save goal­tend­ing while Marak Hrick had an­other pair of saves.

Field hockey

MUH­LEN­BERG 3, DANIEL BOONE 1 » Macken­zie Ring ac­counted for the Blaz­ers’ scor­ing as they were topped by the Muhls in a non-di­vi­sional pair­ing of Berks Con­fer­ence mem­ber schools.

Aly Wil­liams was cred­ited with the as­sist on Ring’s goal. Katie Dot­ter­we­ich had a six-save day in goal for Boone. BOY­ER­TOWN 8, LANSDALE CATHOLIC 0 » Jen­nifer O’Con­nor’s hat trick keyed the Bears’ non-league romp over the Cru­saders.

Ash­ley Dierolf (three as­sists) and Syd­ney Fox con­trib­uted pairs of goals to the Boy­er­town out­ing. Alaina Sch­mid rounded out the lo­cals’ scor­ing while Ha­ley Gable (three saves) and Hai­ley Le­ven­good (one) com­bined on shutout goal­tend­ing.

Boys golf

BRUNSWICK 5, HILL SCHOOL 2» Hunter Ramee and Joel Crooks picked up in­di­vid­ual wins for the Blues dur­ing their non-con­fer­ence match against Brunswick at Brook­side Coun­try Club.

Girls ten­nis

HILL SCHOOL 3, PENNINGTON PREP 2 » A sweep of the dou­bles bracket en­abled the Blues to pick up a non-con­fer­ence win over Pennington Prep.

Mad­die McKean/Tess Geishauser posted a 6-1, 6-0 win at first sin­gles while Ivy Yan/Natasha Kathuria posted a 6-2, 6-1 win at sec­ond dou­bles. Elena Zhang posted a 6-0, 6-1 win at first sin­gles.

Boys water polo

HILL SCHOOL 18, PENNINGTON SCHOOL 9 » Seven dif­fer­ent play­ers scored in the open­ing pe­riod as the Blues jumped out to an 8-2 lead on their way to a non­league win.

Al­fonso Mestre led Hill with five goals and three ejec­tions drawn. Matt Spencer scored three and as­sisted on three while Michael Schi­avone notched a hat trick. Dunn fin­ished with two goals and five steals as Max Moore scored two and as­sisted on three. Ben Roth, Wal­ter Lehneis, and Gabe Will­man also scored for the Blues and Parker Miles blocked two from the field. Yeob Kim and Drew Sot­tosanti split time in the cage.

Girls cross coun­try

HILL SCHOOL 24, PENNINGTON PREP 35 » Paige Bar­cus led the Blues to vic­tory over Pennington Prep at Brook­side Coun­try Club.

Bar­cus placed sec­ond over­all in 22:41, head­ing a tight pack that in­cluded Olivia Tull­man (24:15) and Caro­line Lee (24:26) third and fourth. Ally Lomire lead a 7-8-9-10 fin­ish for the Hill, clock­ing in at 25:48 ahead of Kathryn Gvo­das, Chev­elle Obuobi-Donkor and Cas­sidy Beed­ing.

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