RED HILL >> Olivia Hoover and Emily Owens have been the heart and soul of the Methacton Warriors all season long. The pair has led the team to an undefeated regular season and the number one overall seed in the Pioneer Athletic Conference Final Four playoffs. The one-two punch showed up yet again in the Warriors’ PAC semifinal matchup with Phoenixville, factoring in on all three goals en route to a 3-0 victory over the Phantoms on Tuesday night at Upper Perkiomen’s Indians Stadium.
ROYERSFORD >> TJ Pergine and the rest of the Spring-Ford Rams didn’t want to hear about next week’s matchup with Perkiomen Valley heading into their Friday matchup with Methacton. The Rams came out firing on all cylinders, leading to a 43-7 dismantling of the Warriors to move to 2-0 in PAC Liberty play and 4-2 overall on the year. “We’re taking it one week at a time,” said Pergine, ensuring he and his teammates weren’t looking ahead to their Oct. 6 showdown with the Vikings.
KIERAN SADLIER WAS both the villain and the hero of the piece as he kept Cork City’s double dream alive. The mazy attacker spurned a 57th minute penalty but almost immediately atoned as his smart finish two minutes later saw the Leesiders negotiate their way past a tricky tie at the Carlisle Grounds. The hosts muddled away throughout and battled keenly but never troubled Mark McNulty.
It gets to a point where 60 yards is unacceptable. I say start Peterman next game, but mainly because Tyrod needs to get benched so he can understand starting spots are earned. He isn't playing like a starter, so next man up. Idc who the backup is, put him in. https://t.co/6T01rByDqF
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Selecting a term
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