Softball: Spring-Ford edges Upper Perkiomen behind Scogna; Perkiomen Valley's Sciarra fires no-hitter

Spring-Ford 2, Upper Perkiomen 1 – Bri Peck snapped a scoreless deadlock with an RBI-single in the top of the sixth inning and Madi Walsh followed with a run-scoring double to carry the Rams to the PAC crossover victory Monday in a battle of divisional leaders.
Jules Scogna was exceptional in the circle, going the distance for the win, allowing just four hits and one walk while striking out 11. The right-hander lost her shutout in the home seventh when the Indians' Sierra Fretz followed Dani Freer’s single with a run-scoring double, but Scogna buckled down and sealed the deal by inducing a pop out and strikeout.
Taylor Croak was the hard-luck loser for Upper Perk, allowing five hits, two earned runs and two walks against two strikeouts.
Spring-Ford’s Lexi Wescott was 2-for-3 - the only player for either side with multiple hits.
Spring-Ford            000 002 0 – 2
Upper Perk            000 000 1 – 1
WP-Scogna. LP-Croak. 2B-Walsh (SF), Fretz (UP)
Perkiomen Valley 10, Pope John Paul II 0, 5 innings – Sam Sciarra fired a five-inning no-hitter featuring three strikeouts against two walks and Sam Corey was 3-for-3 with a double, triple and four RBI to lead the Vikings in PAC interdivisional action.
Other offensive stars for PV, which broke things open by scoring seven runs in the fourth inning, were Chloe Rupe (3-3, 2B, RBI, run), Serena Crovetti (1-3, 2B, 2 RBI, run), Kinsey Moses (2-3, 2 runs) and Abby Souder (2-2, 2 runs).
PJP           000 00 – 0
PV            201 7x – 10
WP-Sciarra. LP-Dani Dare. 2B-Corey (PV), Crovetti (PV), Rupe (PV). 3B-Corey (PV)
Methacton 11, Pottsgrove 1, 6 innings – Freshman Brianna Keenan was strong in the circle in her varsity debut and Serena Goodridge and Caraline Newman both went deep as the Warriors stayed unbeaten with the PAC interdivisional victory.
Keenan scattered five hits, walked none and struck out four in earning the win while Goodridge was 4-for-4 with a solo home run, double and two RBI and Newman was 3-4 with a double and solo homer. Also for Methacton, which scored in five of its six at-bats, Caitlin Woolbert was 3-4 with one run scored and an RBI and Nicole Timko had a triple and two RBI.
For the Falcons, losing pitcher Avery Gleason averted the shutout with a solo home run in the bottom of the sixth.
Methacton          203 123 – 11
Pottsgrove          000 001 – 1
WP-Keenan. LP-Gleason. 2B-Newman (M), Goodridge (M), Schwartz (M), Bockrath (M), Kairer (M). 3B-Timko (M). HR-Newman (M), Goodridge (M), Gleason (P)
Boyertown 17, Pottstown 0, 3 innings – The Bears set the tone with 11 runs in the first inning and never looked back in the PAC interdivisional romp.
Mackenzie Jani was 3-4 with 3 RBI and Gianna DiRuggieri and Rachel Moser had identical stat lines – 2-3 with a double and 3 RBI – to key the Boyertown attack. Alexis Laboy worked all three innings for the win, striking out three and allowing three hits – singles by the Trojans' Ariana Gilmore, Haley Haas and Jailyn Hampton. 
Owen J. Roberts 13, Upper Merion 0, 5 innings – Allie Daubert homered and drove in two runs and Sam Walsh earned the win with five scoreless innings and supported her own cause with a single, double and three RBI to pace the Wildcats.
Also for OJR, which scored six times in the first inning to set the tone, Natalie Alldred belted a triple and Jordan Sylvia chipped in with a pair of hits. Vanessa Hutchinson doubled for the host Vikings.