Duke, Spring-Ford boys soc­cer downs Phoenixville in PAC cham­pi­onship re­match

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Boys Soc­cer

Bran­don Duke net­ted a hat trick to lift the SpringFord boys soc­cer team to a 3-0 win over Phoenixville in a re­match of last sea­son’s Pi­o­neer Ath­letic Con­fer­ence cham­pi­onship game.

Sal Ibarra and Evan Hang reg­is­tered as­sists for Spring-Ford, which led 2-0 by the half. Ray For­te­buono fin­ished with four saves in goal for Spring-Ford. Phoenixville keeper Gavin Per­illo made five saves.

0 » Scor­ing in each half Thurs­day, the SpringFord boys soc­cer team dis­patched Boy­er­town, 2-0, in their Pi­o­neer Ath­letic Con­fer­ence Lib­erty Di­vi­sion matchup.

Spring-Ford scored first in the 18th minute af­ter Gabe Locke worked a ball into Brett Gulati, who went far post for a 1-0 lead. The Rams scored again when Gulati played a cross to a streak­ing Colin Trainor, who headed home a curv­ing goal in the top left cor­ner. Ray For­te­buono (four saves) and the Rams de­fense kept a clean sheet for the fourth game in a row.

0 » Josh Fonder’s hat trick headed the po­tent of­fen­sive that car­ried the Wild­cats to vic­tory over the Ea­gles in their PAC Lib­erty Di­vi­sion con­test.

Sam Smith (one as­sist) had two goals while Kyle Storti, Sam Coroniti and Ad­di­son Wald­man added solo tal­lies. Ethan Gaw­lik was cred­ited with two as­sists.

PAUL II 0 » Goals by JT Stevens, Ryan Cowan, Jake Per­illo, and Ken­der Perez led the Phan­toms in a PAC Fron­tier win. As­sists went to Keler Gar­cia, Per­illo, Stevens, and Dan Barry. Gavin Per­illo made four saves to keep the clean sheet.

1 » The neigh­bor­ing PAC ri­vals played all even through reg­u­la­tion and two over­times be­fore ul­ti­mately fin­ish­ing in a tie.

Methac­ton’s goal was scored by Brett Eberly and as­sisted by Trevor Rambo. PV scored with about ten min­utes to go in the 2nd half on a break­away by Max Chamarro. Brian Des­vars minded the net for Methac­ton (2-3-1) and had three saves. For PV, goalie Josh Moyer had six saves.

0 » Goals by Max Chamorro and An­thony Pel­ler­ito keyed the Vik­ings’ shutout of the Falcons in their Pi­o­neer Ath­letic Con­fer­ence di­vi­sional cross­over game.

The goals by Chamorro (12th minute, as­sisted by Mark Pir­rone) and Pel­ler­ito (77th minute, as­sisted by Matt McCabe) book­ended an own goal by Potts­grove in the 36th minute. Josh Moyer needed to make just two saves to give Perk Val­ley the clean sheet, and Luke Kaiser had three-save goal­tend­ing for the Falcons.

Girls Soc­cer

1 » The Golden Panthers ral­lied in the sec­ond half with goals from Stephanie Marinelli and Ju­lia Hull to knock off the Phan­toms in PAC Fron­tier ac­tion. Lau­ren Lu­ciani earned as­sists on both PJP goals while goalie Stacy Kor­mos logged seven saves.

Leeza Galli, as­sisted by Gabrielle Per­rotto, scored Phoenixville’s first-half goal. Keeper Ella Stout made seven saves.

0» Hope Flane­gin, as­sisted by Ella Curry, scored the game’s lone goal in SpringFord’s PAC Lib­erty vic­tory over Boy­er­town. Ri­ley Wal­lace had the shutout for the Rams while Boy­er­town coun­ter­part Maddie Gal­lagher was ex­cel­lent in keep­ing Spring-Ford to a sin­gle score.

1 » Ella Curry scored a goal to lead the Rams dur­ing a cross-di­vi­sional PAC matchup.

Mor­gan Wineb­urg scored for Phoenixville off an Ava Labik as­sist. Ella Stout reg­is­tered 11 saves in the loss.

Field hockey

1 » Aubrie Breis­blatt’s goal at the 2:45 mark of the sec­ond half en­abled the Phan­toms to pull even with the Rams and force a tie in their PAC di­vi­sional cross­over game.

Kate Crist put SpringFord ahead at the 21:44 mark of the sec­ond, con­vert­ing a penalty stroke. Ash­ley Della Guardia gave the Rams 13-save goal­tend­ing while Abby Del­grosso made nine stops for Phoenixville, which had 14-10 and 10-9 edges in shots on goal and cor­ners, re­spec­tively.

0 » Katie Wuer­s­tle and Saige Shine each scored twice as the Vik­ings blew past the Falcons in this PAC di­vi­sional cross­over matchup.

Gabrielle Muschert and Anna Daw­son each added a goal and an as­sist while Gabby Martina, Kelly Bat­tinger, Teresa Bartkowski, Olivia Keyte, Emily Car­ney and Maddy Mee­han were each cred­ited with solo goals. Potts­grove keeper Amanda Stone made nine saves in the cage.

0» Kate Crist fig­ured in on three goals dur­ing the Ram’s win over the Bears in a Pi­o­neer Ath­letic Con­fer­ence Lib­erty Di­vi­sion matchup.

Crist scored twice and added an as­sist on Alexa Collins’ game-open­ing score. Shan­non Kennedy, Mac Maloney and Olivia Wil­son all added scored for Spring-Ford while Mary-Pat McKenna and An­gelina Pin­ciotti each had as­sists. Ash­ley Della Guardia made five saves in the shutout while Boy­er­town keeper Laura Wi­gard fin­ished with 13.

Boys golf

VAL­LEY 197 » Nate Pierce tore up the Raven’s Claw front nine to key the Rams’ PAC vic­tory over the Vik­ings.

Pierce’s 32 was four strokes un­der par. Luke Wat­son also went one-un­der with a 35, and Alex Kal­bach played even par ahead of PV’s C.J. Bono (37) and Ryan Horenci (38).

211 » Ja­son Reigner’s strong round headed the War­riors’ PAC vic­tory over the Phan­toms at Pick­er­ing Val­ley.

Reigner carded a twounder-par 34 as Methac­ton turned in the day’s five low­est scores. Dy­lan Lasecki fol­lowed Reigner with a 38, and Nick Martin, An­drew Cata­nia and A.J. Thomas all had 39s ahead of Phoenixville leader J.T. Sin­nott (40).

VAL­LEY 205 » Jack Mur­ray and Ryan Glenn each fin­ished at 1-over 37 to lead the Wild­cats to a PAC win over the Vik­ings at Raven’s Claw G.C. (Par 36).

CJ Bono paced Perk Val­ley with a 37, though OJR claimed four of the first five spots on the leader­board. Con­rad Ben­ford shot a 38, Nick Massa posted a 39 and Chris­tian Brofft rounded out the score­card with a 44. Gabe Yack­an­icz and An­drew Burkhardt each fin­ished at 41 for PV.

222 » The Phan­toms’ depth proved the dif­fer­ence in this PAC match played against the Falcons at Gil­bertsville G.C. (Par 35).

Phoenixville’s Mitchell Schwartz matched Potts­grove’s Cameron Mow­ery with a 39 while Kyle Re­suta and PJ Sul­li­van fin­ished at 41 and 42, re­spec­tively in the win. Parker Stevens and Bryan Maguire rounded out the win­ning score­card, each fin­ished at 43. Steven Rinda carded a 42 for Potts­grove while Josh kep­p­ley shot a 45.

Girls golf

209 » Record­ing four of the five low­est cards, the War­riors out­shot the Rams in their PAC match at Skip­pack.

While Ri­ley Thomas tied SF’s Cas­sidy Lan­dis for lows­core hon­ors, Methac­ton fol­lowed with a 46 from Sarah Lawrie and 47s from Ash­ley Liu and Jackie McCue. Aleena Ghanta was the Rams’ next low­est score at 52.

196 » Char­lotte Scully had the day’s lone sub-40 round in lead­ing the In­di­ans to vic­tory over the Phan­toms in a non-league match at Tur­tle Creek.

Scully carded a 39 for Unionville. Phoenixville’s leader was Mor­gan Mor­ris at 45.

Girls ten­nis

0 » The Phan­toms lost just two games in the sin­gles bracket on the way to their PAC sweep of the Bears.

Ju­lia Gu­mieniak and Gina Brown had 6-0, 6-0 re­sults at first and sec­ond sin­gles, re­spec­tively, for Phoenixville. Boy­er­town’s best in­di­vid­ual out­ing was at fourth dou­bles, where Rae­gan McDe­vitt and Ri­ley Penna forced a tiebreaker out­come for An­nie Ab­sher and Ki­ley Man­gialardi.

PERKIOMEN 0 » The Vik­ings won all matches in straight sets in their PAC con­test with the In­di­ans.

Olivia New­man and Emily Shoe­maker had a 6-0, 6-0 win at first dou­bles, UP’s best in­di­vid­ual out­ing came in dou­bles, where Bella Taylor and Aubrey Lutz won four games in the fourth spot.

PAUL II 0 » The Rams recorded a straight-sets sweep of their PAC match with the Golden Panthers.

Lucy Olsen and Emma Grif­fin led Spring-Ford with a 6-0, 6-0 show­ing at sec­ond dou­bles. PJP’s best in­di­vid­ual ef­fort was at third dou­bles, where Ly­dia Tewell and Kylee Smith won three games.

Girls volleyball

0» The Rams swept their PAC match with Methac­ton by set scores of 25-22, 25-21 and 25-21.

Olivia Olsen had 17 kills, 10 digs and two blocks for Spring-Ford, which got 26 digs from Grace Kraft. Anoushka Pa­tel added 19 as­sists and nine digs, and Lind­sey Dado­rian had six kills and three blocks.

CHAR­TER 0 » The Phan­toms swept their non-league match with Col­legium by set scores of 25-8, 25-15 and 25-15.

Kayla Gram­mer­storf had seven aces, 10 kills and seven digs for Phoenixville, with Keara Hen­nessey scor­ing five aces, 25 as­sists and two kills. Romina Broglia con­trib­uted seven kills and Hay­den Perrone one ace and five digs.

NEW­TOWN 0 » The Phan­toms beat non-con­fer­ence op­po­nent Marple New­town by straight set scores of 2513, 25-14 and 25-11.

Kayla Gram­mer­storf posted five aces, five kills and three digs while Keara Hen­nessey had 14 aces, 17 as­sists and four kills. Romina Broglia had nine kills and six digs while Hay­den Perrone added nine digs.

0 » The Vik­ings dropped the Falcons in straight sets dur­ing this non-di­vi­sional PAC match.

Set scores were 25-5, 25-8 and 25-8. Lead­ing the way for Perk Val­ley was Liz Caruso (10 aces, seven digs). Srab Straub added seven aces and four kills while Lia Tor­rillo had six aces and a

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