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John Strickler - The Mercury
Bucktown: It's not how you start, but rather how you finish.Down two goals with just over 20 minutes to go, the Wildcats scored four unanswered goals to stay unbeaten on the season with an 8-7 victory over Spring-Ford Wednesday night.   Full Story
Owen J. Roberts 10, Perkiomen Valley 4 -- Joe Zgleszewski went 3-for-3 with four RBI while Collin McCourt and Blake McCourt each scored three runs as the Wildcats used a four-run seventh inning to put away the Vikings.   Full Story
Boyertown's softball team pounded out 13 hits and capitalized on five Phoenixville errors to produce the Bears' first victory of the season Wednesday afternoon, a six-inning 13-3 victory.   Full Story
Boys' Volleyball
Steve Sherman
LANGHORNE — At some point this season, Neshaminy might be missing former outside hitter Ryan Jamison but right now, it's hard to tell.   Full Story
Boys' Track and Field
LOWER POTTSGROVE: The best way to add a little heat to a cold and rainy day like Wednesday is to square off against a crosstown rival.   Full Story
Girls' Track and Field
Phoenixville 90, Upper Perkiomen 57 -- Fiona Halloran and Emma Dolan each won two individual events to key the Phantoms' PAC-10 victory over the Indians.   Full Story
Boys' Lacrosse
Perkiomen Valley 9, Methacton 8 -- The Vikings opened at home with a turnover-riddled overtime victory over the Warriors.   Full Story
Girls' Lacrosse
RED HILL -- Even after a 21-save performance, Phoenixville goalkeeper Meg Nemeth felt that she could do more.   Full Story
Boys' Tennis
Spring-Ford 7, Pope John Paul II 0: The Rams dropped just seven games as they rolled over the Golden Panthers in PAC-10 play.   Full Story
Bonner-Prendergast claimed a pair of firsts at Sunday's City Championships on the Schuylkill River and had a group of four boats qualify for the Scholastic Rowing Association of America (SRAA) championships beginning Friday.   Full Story
Local Roundup
Bruce Adams
The Friends' Central girls' basketball team advanced to the Friends' Schools League championship game after defeating Abington Friends, 61-41, in the semifinal Tuesday night.   Full Story
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