Girls soccer: Pottsgrove, Boyertown secure key divisional victories

Pottsgrove 3, Upper Perkiomen 2 – The Falcons captured the PAC Frontier showdown behind perfect execution off set pieces Thursday as Skylar Glass and Avery Makoid both headed home corner assists from Emily Vishio to seize control at 2-0.
After the Indians had climbed back within 2-1 on Kyra Lesko’s strike from the top of the box, the Grove put things away when Makoid found the back of the net on a penalty kick in the 75th minute.
Summer Walker finished with eight saves for the Falcons, who improved to 8-0 in the PAC Frontier and clinched a tie for the divisional title. For the host Indians (5-3 PAC Frontier), Hannah Landis also posted eight saves.
Pottsgrove                       1-2-3
Upper Perk                      0-2-2
Shots: Pottsgrove 11-10. Goalie saves: Summer Walker (P) 8, Hannah Landis (UP) 8
1st half
PG-Skylar Glass (Emily Vishio assist) header on corner kick, 8th minute
2nd half
PG-Avery Makoid (Vishio) header on a corner kick, 44th minute
UP-Kyra Lesko, shot from top of the box, 60th minute 
PG-Avery Makoid  (PK), 75th minute
UP-Kyra Lesko ( PK), 77th minute
Boyertown 3, Spring-Ford 2, OT – Camila Kuever found the back of the net on a rebound off Mikayla Moyer’s shot 1:01 into the second overtime as the Bears (7-1 PAC Liberty, 14-1 overall) stretched their winning streak to 10 with the pivotal PAC Liberty victory.
Samantha Goffice had the other two goals for Boyertown, which also got three assists from Moyer and seven saves from keeper Madison Gallagher to avenge its only loss of the season – a 1-0 setback on Sept. 12 to Spring-Ford (7-1, 13-3).
The tables turned with the Bears grabbing a share of the division lead with the Rams - both teams now at 7-1 in the league.