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