PERKIOMEN VALLEY Coach: Karen Moliver, second season. Home course: Gilbertsville Golf Club Last year’s record: 0-8PAC; 0-8overall. Players to watch: Katie Pupillo, Sr. Outlook: Pupillo proved to be the Vikings’ lone district qualifier last season with a 17th-place finish at the PAC Individual Tournament as Perk Valley was going through a rebuilding stage. Now rebuilt and reloaded, the Vikings will look to get back to 2015form, when Carly Dorminy captured the league crown and the team finished 10-4.
PHOENIXVILLE Coach: Sandy Waltz, fourth season. Home course: Turtle Creek Golf Course Last year’s record: 5-3PAC; 6-3overall. Players to watch: Grace Simenson, Sr.; Allison Bradley, Sr.; Natalie Stipa, Sr.; Alena Carranti, Sr. Morgan Morris, Jr.; Morgan Frampton, So.
Outlook: The Phantoms picked up a wealth of experience last season with a roster riddled with juniors and sophomores. Now they’ll look to put it into practice as Simenson returns after capturing bronze during the PAC Individual Championship last season while Bradley was close behind with a sixth place finish. With the talent at the top of Phoenixville’s scorecard, one would be hard pressed not to think the Phantoms can make a push with the league’s powers. SPRING-FORD Coach: Patricia Lebow, 11th season. Home course: Linfield National Last year’s record: 1-7PAC; 1-7overall. Players to watch: Bryce Armor, Jr. Outlook: Coming off a one-win season, Lebow remains optimistic saying that her team is “moving in a positive direction.” The Rams will be without graduates Emily Pochet, Mary Enger and Sam Weidman, but boast some promising talent with the return of Armor. “Looks like there are a fair amount of young/new girls coming out for the team,” said Lebow. “(We are) excited about our returning players.”