Visiting Perkiomen Valley defeated Daniel Boone, 5-2, in a non-league girls tennis match Friday afternoon.
In singles, the Vikings got victories from No. 1 Jasmine Morris, who defeated Kelsey Cubero 6-1, 6-0; No. 2 Allison Newman, who beat Jamie Menarde 6-2, 6-3; and No. 4 Sarah Roerden, who came back to win in a super tiebreaker to beat Lauren Haag 4-6, 6-2, 10-6.
Daniel Boone's Kristin Coatney topped Isabel Dove 6-3, 0-6, 10-5, at No. 3 singles, and Boone's Caitlin Shellhamer defeated Amanda Vergara 6-1, 6-1 at No. 5 singles.
Perk Valley swept the doubles with Irene Yeom and Megan Wong defeating Virginia Higgins and Rachel Bicer 6-0, 2-0 (ret.), and Nikki Ciocari and Mary Paige Martin beating Kelsey DeLozier and Alexis VanEvery 6-0, 6-1.
Great Valley 5, Spring-Ford 2: Natassja Boham was the lone singles winner for Spring-Ford, while Ellie Graziadei and Kristen Ohl were the only doubles winners for the Rams in a non-league loss to Great Valley.
Boham defeated Brinley Burtlett 6-3, 7-5, and Graziadei and Ohl won 6-2, 4-6, 6-4.
Souderton 205, Perkiomen Valley 222: Nate Guerrini carded a team-best 42 for the Vikings in the non-league loss at Raven's Claw. Adam Lowe (38) and Josh Williams (39) led the Indians.
Hatboro-Horsham 195, Boyertown 207: Emily Gilbert led Boyertown with a 41, but Bears fell to new league member Hatboro-Horsham in a PAC-10 match at the Twin Ponds Golf Course.
Olivia Steinmetz shot a 49 for the Bears, Savanna Haas a 58, and Katie Goida a 59.
Bears picked seventh: The Ursinus College men's soccer team was picked to finish seventh this season according to the Centennial Conference coaches in the annual pre-season poll released on Wednesday.
The Bears received 31 points from the coaches, who were not allowed to vote for their own team.
Defending champion Franklin & Marshall was picked to repeat with 76 points, followed by Haverford with 67 and Dickinson with 66. Swarthmore was fourth with 59 points, followed by Johns Hopkins with 55.
Muhlenberg was sixth with 41 points, and after Ursinus, Washington had 24 points, Gettysburg got 22 and McDaniel had nine.
Ursinus opens up play on Friday, August 29 as they travel to Lycoming.
Bears picked ninth: The Ursinus College women's soccer team was picked to finish ninth in the Centennial Conference according to the coaches in the pre-season poll that was released on Thursday morning.
The Bears received 30 points from the coaches, who were not allowed to vote for their own team.
Defending champion Johns Hopkins was the preseason favorite with ten first-place votes and 100 points, while Haverford was second with 87 points.
Gettysburg was third with 82 points, followed by Swarthmore and Dickinson in a tie for fourth with 64 points.
McDaniel was sixth with 61 points, followed by Muhlenberg in seventh with 50 points and F&M eighth with 38 points.
After Ursinus, Washington College was tenth with 17 points and Bryn Mawr was 11th with 12 points.
Ursinus opens up play on Saturday at 1 p.m. at home against Penn State-Abington.