Field hockey: Collins lifts Spring-Ford in OT; Perkiomen Valley blanks Kennett

Spring-Ford 2, Downingtown East 1, OT – Alexa Collins found the range at the 12:14 mark of the first overtime to carry the Rams to the nonleague victory Tuesday.
Collins’ clutch strike capped a comeback for the Spring-Ford, which had forced the extra session when Julia Corropolese scored off an Abbey Boyer assist with 7:22 left in regulation.
Spring-Ford                0-1-1 – 2
Downingtown East     0-1-0 – 1
Shots: Spring-Ford 16-8. Corners: Spring-Ford 15-9. Goalie saves: Ashley Della Guardia (SF) 7, Ava Meredith (DE) 14.
Second half
DE-Paige Wolfe (Lauren Sakowski assist) 12:42
SF-Julia Corropolese (Abbey Boyer) 7:22
Overtime
SF-Alexa Collins (UA) 12:14
 
Perkiomen Valley 3, Kennett 0 – Danielle Hamm delivered one goal and one assist and Ashley Derrick came up with six saves for the shutout as the Vikings evened their record at 1-1 with the nonleague triumph.
Perk Valley       1-2-3
Kennett             0-0-0
PV goals:Danielle Hamm (Ashley Elridge assist), Teresa Bartkawski (Bella Ricci), Saige Shine (Danielle Hamm) Goalie saves: Ashley Derrick (PV) 6, Maddi Sears (K) 10
 
Wilson 7, Upper Perkiomen 1 – Goalie Carly Eidle was brilliant with 18 saves but the Indians fell to 0-2 overall with the nonleague loss. Also for Upper Perk, which managed just five shots and three corners, Colleen Crenti scored off a Luci Carpenter assist and Tori Williams (2) and Bella Carpenter (1) combined for three defensive saves.