Boys soccer: Wenger's goal lifts Boyertown in OT; Upper Merion derails Pottsgrove

Boyertown 1, Perkiomen Valley 0, OT – Landon Wenger found the back of the net with 2:17 left in the first overtime to carry the Bears to the PAC victory Monday night.
For the host Vikings, who were unable to get much going at the offensive end, keeper Josh Moyer finished with eight saves behind the stellar backline play of Steve Warren and Mark Pirrone.
Mason Kurtz posted the clean sheet with three saves.
Boyertown              0-0-1-1
Perk Valley             0-0-0-0
Shots: Boyertown 9-3. Corners: Boyertown 7-3. Boyertown goal: Landon Wenger. Goalie saves: Mason Kurtz (B) 3, Josh Moyer (PV) 8
Upper Merion 1, Pottsgrove 0 – The Vikings notched the PAC Frontier victory on Senior Night when Sam Schwartz cashed in the game’s only goal with just under 15:00 left in regulation.
The loss snapped a seven-game winning streak for the Falcons, who suffered their first Frontier loss of the season but have already clinched the divisional title.
Upper Perkiomen 3, Phoenixville 2 – Kyle Shemeley poked home a perfect pass from Mike Fisher to break a second-half tie and lift the Indians to the PAC Frontier victory. Clay Kopka had both goals for the host Phantoms.
Upper Perk             1-2-3
Phoenixville           1-1-2
UP goals: Cole Kendra, Kyle Shemeley, Joe McMichael. UP assists: Mike Fisher, Kendra. Phoenixville goals: Clay Kopka 2
Spring-Ford 5, Owen J. Roberts 1 – The Rams got a pair of goals from Colin Trainor in recording the PAC Liberty win over the Wildcats, who averted the shutout on Kyle Storti’s penalty kick with 15:48 left in regulation.
Other Spring-Ford goals were scored by Ethan Bodenschantz and Brandon Duke.
Methacton 2, Norristown 1 – Brett Eberly snapped a 1-1 tie with a goal off a Matt Lausch assist in the second half to lift the Warriors to the PAC Liberty win. Methacton, which got two saves from keeper Tyler Andorn, had scored in the first half when Parker Stevenson found the range off the rebound of his saved penalty kick.