Spring-Ford girls ten­nis opens PAC play with 5-2 win over Phoenixville

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A sweep of the dou­bles bracket proved key for the Spring-Ford girls ten­nis team in their 5-2 Pioneer Ath­letic Con­fer­ence sea­sonopen­ing win over Phoenixville on Wed­nes­day, Aug. 30.

Tori Alexan­der at first sin­gles, and the third-dou­bles team of Rachel Reiniger and Tessa Ren­ner, had the best show­ings for the Rams, each drop­ping just two games. Phoenixville’s points came from Gina Brown (sec­ond) and Alex Rieg (third) in sin­gles. PERKIOMENVALLEY7,POTT

SGROVE 0 » Straight-set vic­to­ries by Jas­mine Mor­ris, and the third-dou­bles team of An­gelina Gizzio and Irina Kol­eva, headed the Vik­ings’ sweep of their PAC match with the Fal­cons on Wed­nes­day, Aug. 30

Mor­ris and the Gizzio/ Kol­eva tan­dem won in 6-0, 6-0 ver­dicts. Pottsgrove’s best show­ing came at first dou­bles, where Maken­zie Mur­phy and Jae­lyn Kennedy forced PV’s teamof Olivia New­man and Nour Mi­mouni to three sets — the first go­ing to a tiebreaker

be­fore be­ing de­cided. SPRING-FORD 6, PERKIOMEN

VALLEY1» The Rams posted a clean sweep of the dou­bles bracket on their way to a PAC win over the Vik­ings on Thurs­day, Aug. 31.

Tori Alexan­der posted a 6-0, 6-1, 7-5 win over Jas­mine Mor­ris at No. 1 sin­gles while Jes­sica Leach posted a 6-0, 6-1 win at No. 3 sin­gles. Nadja Townsend had PV’s lone win at No. 2 sin­gles, a 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 vic­tory. SPRING-FORD 6, GREAT VAL

LEY 1 » The Rams swept through the dou­bles por­tion of their match on the way to

a non-con­fer­ence win over the Pa­tri­ots on Fri­day, Aug. 25.

Tori Alexan­der set the tone with a 6-2, 6-4 win at No. 1 sin­gles while Jes­sica Leach win 6-0, 7-6 (3) at No. 3 sin­gles. Bianca Care­sosa/ Ri­ley Burke posted a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 2 dou­bles. Girls golf PHOENIXVILLE 181, SPRING

FORD 196 » Grace Si­men­son claimed low-score honors in lead­ing the Phan­toms to vic­tory over the Rams at Lin­field Na­tional on Wed­nes­day, Aug. 30.

Si­men­son’s nine-hole card of 43 was com­ple­mented by team­mates Al­li­son Bradley’s 44 and Mor­gan Framp­ton 45, They all fin­ished ahead of SPRINGFORD low-scorer Bryce Ar­mor, who had a 46. METHAC­TON 189, PERKIOMEN VALLEY209» Emma Lawrie was the ru­n­away leader for the War­riors in their PAC vic­tory over the Vik­ings at Skip­pack on Thurs­day, Aug. 30

awrie’s 37 put her al­most 10 strokes ahead of PV low-scorer Katie Pupillo’s 47. Methac­ton carded the next three scores, a 50 by Ri­ley Thomas and 51s from Ash­ley Liu and Jackie

McCue. Boys golf SPRING-FORD 202, POPE

JOHN PAUL II 210» The Rams main­tained their pace in the PAC with a vic­tory over the Golden Pan­thers on Tues­day, Aug. 29.

Ben Po­chet shot an even­par 36 at Tur­tle Creek Golf Club to lead the Rams, who also got a 38 from Josh Brauer. Jack Straub carded a 42 ahead of match­ing 43s by Steven Stumpo and Luke Wat­son.

Pope John Paul II was led by J.T. Spina’s round of 39. David An­to­niuk and Greg Hiriak fol­lowed with 40s while Court­ney Caiola and Ben Grimm added 44s. SOUDERTON185, PERKIOMEN VAL­LEY 217 » An­thony Barr took low-round honors to lead the Big Red past the Vik­ings in non-con­fer­ence ac­tion at Raven’s Claw Golf Club on Fri­day, Aug. 25.

Barr shot a 3-un­der 33 fol­lowed by Thomas But­ler at 35 to hand PV its third straight loss in as many days. An­drew Burkhardt and An­drew Giorgi led Perk Val­ley, each fin­ished up at 42 while Colin Leary and Nick Steete both fin­ished up at 44 strokes.

BARRY TAGLIEBER — FOR DIG­I­TAL FIRST ME­DIA

Phoenixville’s Mila Archer re­turns to Spring-Ford’s Tori Alexan­der dur­ing their match at first sin­gles on Wed­nes­day af­ter­noon.

BARRY TAGLIEBER — FOR DIG­I­TAL FIRST ME­DIA

Spring-Ford’s Tori Alexan­der re­turns a shot to Phoenixville’s Mila Archer dur­ing their match at first sin­gles.

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