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Spring-Ford’s boys soccer team picked up a big win over Boyertown on Sept. 30.

Staff Report

Spring-Ford picked up a crucial 3-1 victory against Pioneer Athletic Conference rival Boyertown on Sept. 30.

The Rams were able to come out with the victory behind goals from Tommy Bodenchatz, Andrew Merchant, and Colton Pollock.

In other Spring-Ford sports last week:

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

FIELD HOCKEY

Boyertown 2, Spring-Ford 0

Sarah Yoder collected nine saves to shut out Spring-Ford and earn a home win for the Bears. The Bears’ win got them off to a 2-0 start, while the Rams fell to 0-2.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

BOYS GOLF

District One Qualifier

Luke Watson, Luke Fazio, and Noah Kim all earned District One Tournament qualifying spots at Gilbertsville Country Club on Sept. 29. Watson shot the low round of the three, carding a 73 and earning third for the competition overall. Sophomore Luke Fazio shot an 80 to finish 11th among the competition, and junior Noah Kim was forced to make a par putt in a playoff to squeak his way in.

GIRLS GOLF

Methacton 170, Spring-Ford 177

Methacton secured the Pioneer Athletic Conference Girls’ Golf title, defeating the Rams by seven strokes. For Spring-Ford, Nicole Yun shot a 43 to lead the Rams and Aleena Ghanta followed closely behind with a 44.

GIRLS TENNIS 

Spring-Ford 7, Pottsgrove 0

The Rams’ three top singles players of Mia Matriccino, Isabel Mejia, and Cady Krause did not lose a single game in all of their matches as the Rams defeated Pottsgrove, 7-0, at Spring-Ford. All three of Spring-Ford’s doubles teams won their matches as well without conceding a single game to the opposition.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30

GIRLS TENNIS 

Spring-Ford 7, Perkiomen Valley 0

Mia Matriccino and Cady Krause won their matches without dropping a game to pace the Rams (3-0) as they once again won all of their matches.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Perkiomen Valley 3, Spring-Ford 1

Powered by Samantha Corey’s 8 kills and Abby Souder’s 20 digs, the Vikings were able to defeat the Rams 25-19, 25-16, 24-26, and 25-14. This loss dropped the Rams’ to 0-2 on the season.

GIRLS GOLF

District Qualifier:

Nicole Yun, Morgan Kunze, Alie Adams, and Cierra Griffith all played excellent rounds to find themselves in the District One individual tournament. In addition, the Rams’ tremendous play at Gilbertsville earned them a spot in team districts, as they finished first overall at this event. Yun led the four with an 80, while Kunze was second at 88 and only five spots behind.

GIRLS SOCCER

Spring-Ford 6, Boyertown 0

The Rams got a key victory Wednesday night against the reigning PIAA state champion Bears. Spring-Ford was able to bulldoze over the Bears behind Junior Alley McVey and senior Hope Flanegin two goals each. Senior Molly Thomas had a goal and 2 assists, and  senior Emily Higgins also had a goal.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 31

BOYS SOCCER

Spring-Ford 4, OJR 1

Ben Goldberg opened the scoring for the Rams, and they never looked back. Bodenschatz, Lynch, and Pollock scored the other three goals for Spring-Ford.

BOYS GOLF

Spring-Ford 201, Boyertown 230

Luke Fazio and Garrett Wisle were able to lead the Rams to a win over the PAC rival Bears with low team score of 39. The next three golfers for Spring-Ford — Luke Watson, Joe Niblick, and Jack Blackmore — were also able to shoot ahead of the top five Boyertown golfers cruise to the victory.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Spring-Ford 24, Perkiomen Valley 31

The Rams were able to come up with a crucial PAC win against the Vikings, as they were led by sophomore Quinn Smith who took first overall, and seniors Liam Baker (third), Anthony Bamford (fifth) , and Andrew Carlin (seventh).

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Methacton 3, Spring-Ford 0

Sara Fritzinger had eleven kills for the Rams in the 29-27, 25-20, 26-24 setback

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1ST

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Perkiomen Valley 15, Spring-Ford 61

The Rams took a tough loss on senior night as Brooke Donoghue ran 21:53 to lead Spring-Ford.

FIELD HOCKEY

Boyertown 2, Spring-Ford 0

The Rams took another tough loss as Spring-Ford wasn’t able to get anything past the bears goaltender Sarah Yoder. Katelyn Dulin and Nina Caprio scored the goals for Boyertown.

GIRLS TENNIS

Spring-Ford 7, Phoenixville 0

Spring-Ford was able to sweep Phoenixville this week for yet another win. Spring-Ford only lost four games throughout the entire varsity roster. The singles trio of Mia Matriccino, Isabel Mejia and Cady Krause dominated this week, with each of them going 6-0, 6-0 to help boost the Rams to a victory.