Field hockey: Hoover's 2 goals help Methacton outgun Boyertown

BOYERTOWN – Alexa Hoover collected a pair of goals in the second half to power Methacton to a 2-0 Pioneer Athletic Conference Liberty Division field hockey win Monday over Boyertown.

Morgan Hagner and Brittany Dickinson contributed assists for the Warriors, who evened their league mark at 1-1 (2-1 overall). The loss drops Boyertown to 0-2 in the league and overall.

Phoenixville 7, Pottsgrove 0 – The Phantoms stayed perfect in three PAC-10 Freedom Division starts behind two goals apiece from Jenna DiFebbo, Megan Loughery and Bailey Quinn.

Maria Foores also found the back of the cage for Phoenixville (4-0 overall). Pottsgrove fell to 0-2, 0-3 with the loss.

Pope John Paul II 2, Pottstown 0 – Shannon Mooney’s two goals helped the Golden Panthers improve to 1-1 in the PAC-10 Freedom Division opener for the Trojans.

Spring-Ford 6, West Chester East 2 – Lex Versak recorded the hat trick while Gabby Major added a pair of goals to lead the Rams to the non-league victory.

Other scorers for Spring-Ford, which improved to 4-0 overall (2-0 PAC-10 Liberty Division), were Hannah Power (goal, assist), Alyssa Chillano (2 assists), Sammy Haas (assist) and Simone Vagnoni. The Rams, who got four saves from keeper Katie Simpson, finished with a 13-2 edge in corners and an 11-6 advantage in shots.

Upper Perkiomen 3, Downingtown West 2, OT – Casey Umstead’s second goal – assisted by Maddie Fox – with 6:12 remaining in OT helped the Indians (3-1 overall) secure the non-league win.