Girls soccer: Short-handed Spring-Ford rallies past Boyertown; Phoenixville, Upper Perkiomen prevail

Spring-Ford 2, Boyertown 1 - Claire Lanzisera deposited two goals in the final 16 minutes as the short-handed Rams rallied from a goal down to notch the PAC Liberty win Wednesday night.  
The Bears had grabbed a 1-0 lead when Alina Friz found the back of the net in the opening half off a Harper Glennon assist, but Spring-Ford had the answer in the second half despite being one player down for most of the frame after keeper Erika Eickhoff was given a red card midway through the second half. 
 
Phoenixville 2, Pope John Paul II 1 – Natalie White and Sydney Goodhart found the back of the net in the second half to power the Phantoms to the PAC Frontier victory. Finishing with six saves was Phoenixville keeper Ella Stout while Ella Ballow contributed an assist. 
For the Golden Panthers, Cameron Shuler scored off a Sophia Hinke assist and Kyanni Escudero collected eight saves. 
Phoenixville                0-2-2 
Pope John Paul II       0-1-1 
Shots: Phoenixville 10, PJP 7. Phoenixville goals (assist): White (free kick), Goodhart (Ballow). PJP goal (assist): Shuler (Hinke). Goalie saves: Stout (Px) 6, Escudero (PJP) 8 
 
Upper Perkiomen 7, Pottstown 2 – The Indians improved to 4-0 (2-0 PAC Frontier) behind an explosive attack that featured a hat trick from Sara Edwards and a two goal-one assist effort from Sarah Fisher. Calista Daye had both goals for the host Trojans unassisted.
Upper Perk           3-4-7 
Pottstown             1-1-2 
Shots: UP 25-10. UP goals: Sara Edwards 3, Sarah Fisher 2, Megan Cairns, Morgan Sweed. UP assists: Erin Edwards, Sarah Fisher, Sam Kozminski. Pottstown goals (unassisted) Calista Daye 2. Goalie saves: Gabby Neal (UP) 8, Pottstown (NA) 18