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