PAC-10 WRAP: Yates helps Spring-Ford girls stay perfect with rout of Methacton


Spring-Ford 63, Methacton 27 –Megan Yates poured in 17 points and the Rams bolted from the gate with a 17-0 run in dismantling Pioneer Athletic Conference Liberty Division foe Methacton Thursday night in Royersford.

The quick start produced a 21-3 edge by the end of the first quarter and a 35-11 lead at intermission for Spring-Ford, which improved to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the league. Courtney Hinnant and Sammi Haas added 10 points apiece for the Rams.

Methacton, which fell to 1-1 in the league and 1-3 overall with the loss, got a team-high 9 points from Alivia Reiche.

Spring-Ford’s fast start was fueled by 14 first-quarter turnovers by the Warriors, who were outrebounded 39-27.

Pottsgrove 32, Exeter 22 – The Falcons used Jackie Bealer’s 14 points and a stingy defensive effort to improve to 3-1 overall  (1-0 PAC-10 Frontier Division) with the non-league win. Pottsgrove started fast, bolting to an 11-4 lead after the first quarter and never looked back.

Daniel Boone 62, Owen J. Roberts 30 – Caroline DeAngelo collected 8 points but it wasn’t enough as the Wildcats (1-3 overall, 0-1 PAC-10 Liberty Division) were routed in the non-league affair.

After grabbing a 30-21 at intermission Daniel Boone, which got 19 points from Aly York,  cruised behind a 32-9 second-half advantage.

Conrad Weiser 42, Phoenixville 27 – The Phantoms stayed winless in four outings despite a team-high 10 points from Chandler DiFebbo.


Daniel Boone 63, Owen J. Roberts 54 – Ryan Megay cashed 19 points for the Wildcats (1-3 overall, 0-1 Liberty) , but it wasn’t enough in the non-league loss to the Blazers.


Upper Perkiomen 61, North Penn 18 - Chris Cornwell (285), Wolfgang McStravick (125),  Cody Ambrose (171). Dylan Steffenino (112), Daniel Rodenberger (140), Chris Rementer (145), Raymond Young (152) and Dalton Fleming (189) all recorded pins to key the Indians’ non-league victory.

Also for Upper Perk, which improved its dual-meet slate to 4-3, Nate Pompei  had a major decision at 160 and Kyle Fellman earned an overtime decision at 119.


Wilson 141, Owen J. Roberts 45 – The Wildcats had no answer in their non-league setback to Wilson, which swept first place in every event.


Wilson 129, Owen J. Roberts 43 – Morgan Kleinfelter’s victorious performance in the diving event was the lone bright spot for the Wildcats in their non-league loss to powerful Wilson.