Spring-Ford girls tennis opens PAC play with 5-2 win over Phoenixville
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.
Phoenixville’s Mila Archer returns to Spring-Ford’s Tori Alexander during their match at first singles on Wednesday afternoon.
Spring-Ford’s Tori Alexander returns a shot to Phoenixville’s Mila Archer during their match at first singles.