Chamorro lifts Perkiomen Val­ley boys soc­cer team­past Norristown 1-0 in OT

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Boys soc­cer

Max Chamorro scored the game-win­ner dur­ing the 83rd minute to lift the Vik­ings to a PAC win over the Ea­gles on Sept. 13. Chamorro scored off a feed from Al­fredo Grimaldi to make Andrew Dauben­speck’s two-save shutout stand. Norristown’s Jo­han Rodriguez made 18 saves in goal.

Jared Car­boy scored twice to lead the Phan­toms to a PAC Fron­tier Divi­sion win over the Fal­cons on Sept. 13. JT Stevens and Jake Per­illo scored solo tal­lies while Clay Kopko posted two as­sists. Gavin Per­illo came up with six saves to pre­serve the shutout.

Girls soc­cer

Leeza Galli’s tally late in the first half was the de­cider as the Phan­toms came away with a vic­tory over the In­di­ans in league play on Sept. 12.

Gabrielle Per­rotto scored for the Phan­toms with Hannah Leight (as­sist by Katie Cairns) scor­ing for Up­per Perkiomen.

Hannah Sands made seven saves in the win for Phoenixville with Hannah Lan­dis stop­ping eight for Up­per Perk.

Field hockey

The Vik­ings quickly adapted to play­ing on grass again as they de­feated Norristown in their PAC Lib­erty Divi­sion matchup on Sept. 13.

Is­abel Lo­biondo scored twice and Kelly Bat­tinger added a goal and two as­sists for the Vik­ings who moved to 2-2 on the year. Basi­nah Curry did all she could in net for the Ea­gles (0-3) stop­ping 16 Vik­ings’ shots. Gabby Martina, Ash­ley Elvidge, Anna Daw­son and Marie Lind­berge each added a goal forPerkVal­ley.

Clare Kennedy fig­ured in on all the Rams’ goals, in­clud­ing the one that lifted them past the Hawks in over­time of their non­league con­test on Sept. 12. Kennedy, who scored twice in the first half, as­sisted on Mary Pat McKenna’s win­ning tally at 11:59 in OT. Kris­ten Grebe and Ash­ley Della Guardia shared goal­tend­ing du­ties, mak­ing a re­spec­tive five and four saves.

Boys cross coun­try

The Rams ran one of the tight­est packs ever seen en route to their PAC Lib­er­tyDivi­sion vic­tory over the War­riors on Sept. 13. Shane Ain­scoe, John Zaw­is­lak, Mi­lan Sharma and J.T. Clark were all clocked at 17:03, with Zach Smith and Jake McKenna both timed at 17:04. Thomas Chimes was Methac­ton’s leader, sixth in 17:13.

Car­los Shultz led a 1-2-3 fin­ish that en­abled the Phan­toms to win their PAC Fron­tier Divi­sion meet with the Golden Pan­thers on Sept. 13.

Shultz took first in 17:17, fol­lowed by team­mates Chris­tian Schaaf (17:58) and AaronHin (18:11). Jack Phillips was PJP’s lead­ing run­ner, fourth in 18:20.

Girls cross coun­try

Gabriella Bam­ford and Emily Smith shared top hon­ors for the Rams in their PAC Lib­erty Divi­sion meet with the War­riors on Sept. 13.

Bam­ford and Smith were both timed at 19:55, ahead of team­mates Syd­ney Gal­ster (20;16) and Julie Vled­der (20:34). Sarah Ni­co­letti head­edMethac­ton with her fifth-place (20:34) run.

Ju­lia Costello led the Golden Pan­thers past the Phan­toms in their close PAC Fron­tier Divi­sion meet on Sept. 13.

Costello’s win­ning run of 21:13 put her well ahead of Phoenixville’s Victoria Wright, who was se­cond in 21:57. PJP placed run­ners in the eighth through 11th spots, push­ing Phoenixville’s fifth run­ner to 12th place.

Girls ten­nis

The Phan­toms dom­i­nated their matchup with the Ea­gles on Sept. 13.

Ju­lia Gu­mieniak (first), Mila Archer (se­cond), and Gina Brown (third) each won their sin­gles matches 6-0, 6-0. The Phan­toms had the same suc­cess in their dou­bles matchups sweep­ing each set.

The Rams used a dom­i­nat­ing ef­fort against the Fal­cons to main­tain their un­beaten run atop the PAC on Sept. 12.

Spring-Ford (5-0) lost just four games through the lineup, just one in the sin­gles bracket. Tori Alexan­der (first) and Bianca Care­sosa (third) swept their sin­gles matches, with Rachel Reiniger and Hannah Sharkey (third) do­ing the same in dou­bles.

A dom­i­nat­ing sweep of the sin­gles bracket was key to the Phan­toms rolling up a PAC vic­tory over the Golden Pan­thers on Sept. 12.

Ju­lia Gu­mieniak, Mila Archer and Gina Brown had the per­fect play in sin­gles. PJP’s lone point came from its fourth-dou­bles duo of Kylee Smith and Cristina Pelvo.

A sweep of the dou­bles bracket paid off big for the Wild­cats in their PAC vic­tory over the Vik­ings on Sept. 12.

Chloe Doyle had OJR’s best show­ing in the team’s lone sin­gles win, tak­ing third sin­gles 6-1, 6-0. PV got its points in the other sin­gles matches, from Jas­mine Mor­ris (first) and Nadja Townsend (se­cond).

Boys golf

Boy­er­town’s John En­gle scored low-man hon­ors with a twoover 38 but it was the Vik­ings that came away with the vic­tory in league play at Raven’s Claw Par 36 course on Sept. 12.

Andrew Giorgi fin­ished with a team-best three-over for PV, which also got a 40 from Chris­tian Riehs and a 41 fromAn­drew Burkhardt.

J.T. Sin­nott led the Phan­toms’ strong charge at Pick­er­ing Val­ley Golf Club in their PAC match with the Vik­ings on Sept. 12.

Sin­nott shot a 40 to se­cure low-man hon­ors. He was fol­lowed by Mitchell Schwartz and Parker Stevens— both with 41s— and the 42s of James Peter­son and Drew Gib­son. They all fin­ished well ahead of UM low man Nathan Ra­man­jula, who carded a 53.

Jack Mur­ray was low man for the Blues as they edged the Rams in a non-league­match at Brook­side Coun­try Club on Sept. 12.

Mur­ray shot even-par 36 for the best out­ing of his ca­reer. Billy Gus­sler fol­lowed with a 39 while Hunter Ramee and Echo Wu carded a 39 and 40, re­spec­tively.

Girls golf

Lid­die McCook shot a 1-un­der 34, in­clud­ing 4 birdies, for Downingtown East to de­feat the Vik­ings at Honey­brook Coun­try Club on Sept. 13.

Strong ef­forts from Megan Ostertag (44), Ni­cole Dutz­man (45) and Georgia Miller (46) helped pace the Cougars (4-2) to vic­tory. Katie Pupillo (48) had the low round for the Vik­ings who dropped to 0-3 in league play.

The Rams got their­first vic­tory in­PAC play de­feat­ing the Hat­ters at Talam­ore Golf Club on Sept. 13.

It was a bal­anced scor­ing day with Gabby McHugh (49) lead­ing the way fol­lowed by Cas­sidy Lan­dis, Amelia Di­ci­c­cio and Aleena Ghanta, who each shot 53. Hat­boro-Hor­sham’s Hai­ley Phillips had the low round shoot­ing a 47 for the day.

Girls volleyball

The Phan­toms swept their PAC­match with the Wild­cats by set scores of 28-26, 25-22 and 25-21 on Sept. 13.

Phoenixville’s sta­tis­ti­cal lead­ers were Keara Hen­nessey (46 as­sists), Alex Poloway (four aces, 15 kills), Kayla Gram­mer­storf (13 kills) and Malu Salin Matos (10kills). OJRwas ledby Michelle Frank (three aces, six kills, one block, three digs), Chloe Go­las (one ace, 10 kills, four blocks, one dig), Jor­dyn Cham­bers (one kill, 16 as­sists) and Cather­ine Cervi (three kills, four blocks).

The Rams took their PAC match with the Ea­gles by set scores of 25-10, 25-13 and 25-15 on Sept. 13.

Rachel Kearon had eight kills and seven aces for Spring-Ford, which got other key con­tri­bu­tions from Carly Swen­son (20 as­sists), Abi­gail Goodrich (five kills), Alexis Palucki (four kills, nine aces) and Carolyn Nor­wicke (16 digs).

He­lena Clauhs paced the Vik­ings to a non-league vic­tory over Merion Mercy by set scores of 29-27, 25-17 and 25-23 on Sept. 13.

Clauhs fin­ishes with 13 kills while El­lie Min added 24 as­sists.

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