Updated: April 24, 2015
DISTRICT 1 TOURNAMENT -- Spring-Ford junior Patrick Pascual achieved a long-sought goal Friday at the District 1 Singles Championships.   Full Story
 
SPRING-FORD 8, PERKIOMEN VALLEY 5 -- Camryn Jones scored a hat trick while Kat Connelly, Emily Coyne, Casey Trimbur, Brianna Cirino and Courtney Veisbergs all chipped in one goal apiece as the Rams took care of the Vikings in a PAC-10 encounter.   Full Story
 
Perkiomen Valley 17, Pottsgrove 1 -- After a sluggish 2-1 start in the first quarter, the Vikings turned it on in the second and third quarters, routing Pottsgrove.   Full Story
 
PHOENIXVILLE 7, POTTSGROVE 3 -- Phoenixville scored six runs in the top of the third inning, capitalizing on a number of errors by the host Falcons, to come away with the PAC-10 win.   Full Story
 
It wasn't pretty. But at this point, any win to keep its undefeated season alive is a positive for Perkiomen Valley.   Full Story
 
BOYERTOWN -- It's an operational posture that's serving Boyertown well: Take care of your own business, and let the chips fall where they will.   Full Story
 
BOYERTOWN -- The Wildcats are still rolling.One day after taking a thrilling overtime victory over Perkiomen Valley, Owen J.   Full Story
 
PHOENIXVILLE -- Pottsgrove pitcher Gabi Ermish dominated Friday afternoon's Pioneer Athletic Conference softball game against Phoenixville.   Full Story
 
Owen J. Roberts 5, Methacton 4: Kylie Glenn's pinch-hit double in the sixth inning backed her mound performance and gave the Wildcats their margin of victory over the Warriors.   Full Story
 
Perkiomen Valley rolled up big wins on Pottsgrove in their PAC-10 baseball doubleheader Thursday. PV won by scores of 15-1 and 15-0, needing just a combined eight innings to complete the sweep.   Full Story
 
Pope John Paul II 5, Upper Perkiomen 2: The Golden Panthers swept the three singles with straight-set wins from Ryan Milligan, Jack Donovan and Kristof Marrecau.   Full Story
 
Spring-Ford 18, Pope John Paul II 3: Josh Gliva and Kevin Todd shined brightest as the Rams remained unbeaten in PAC-10 play.   Full Story
 
Owen J. Roberts 11, Perkiomen Valley 10: Maddie Gebert capped a big comeback effort by the Wildcats, securing their overtime PAC-10 victory against the Vikings.   Full Story
 
ROYERSFORD -- Thursday may have been exactly what the Spring-Ford baseball team needed.Due to rain postponements, the Rams were forced to play a chilly doubleheader, an afternoon game at Phoenixville followed by a night game back home at Ram Stadium.   Full Story
 
FAIRVIEW VILLAGE -- Bobby Himes has a time-tested solution to avoiding frozen fingers while pitching.   Full Story
 
 

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