Gulati, Spring-Ford boot Boyertown; Pace's hat trick powers Pottsgrove

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Spring-Ford 2, Boyertown 0 – Brett Gulati posted one goal and one assist and Ray Fortebuono had four saves for the clean sheet as the Rams notched the PAC Liberty decision Thursday. For the Bears, Mason Kurtz was solid in net with three saves.
Boyertown        0-0-0
Spring-Ford       1-1-2
Shots: Spring-Ford 5-4. Spring-Ford: Gulati 1g, 1a; Colin Trainor 1g, Gabe Locke 1a.
Goalie saves: Fortebuono (SF) 4, Kurtz (B) 3
 
Pottsgrove 4, Upper Perkiomen 1 – Ethan Pace recorded a hat trick and Colin Deckert had two assists as the Falcons captured the PAC Frontier decision in decisive fashion. For the Indians, who had a two-game winning streak halted, Joe McMichael had a goal and Patrick McHale picked up 8 saves.
Upper Perk       0-1-1
Pottsgrove        1-3-4
Shots: Pottsgrove 12-4. UP goal: McMichael. Pottsgrove: Pace 3g, Ryan Curnew 1g, Deckert 2a, Shane Gleason 1a. Goalie saves: McHale (UP) 8, Luke Kaiser (P) 3
 
Owen J. Roberts 8, Norristown 0 – The Wildcats extended their winning streak to three behind a dominating effort that featured Josh Fonder’s hat trick and Sam Smith’s two goals and one assist.
OJ Roberts         3-5-8
Norristown         0-0-0
Shots: OJR 21-3. OJR goals: Fonder 3, Smith 2, Sam Coroniti, Kyle Storti, Addison Waldman. OJR asssits: Ethan Gawlik 2, Christian Davis, Julia Funaro, Max Gawlik, Smith. Goalie saves: Ryan Walker (OJR) 1, Andres DiRico (N) 13
 
Phoenixville 4, Pope John Paul II – JT Stevens and Jake Perillo finished with one goal and one assist each and Gavin Perillo collected 4 saves for the shutout to carry the Phantoms to the PAC Frontier victory.
Phoenixville         2-2-4
PJP                       0-0-0
Phoenixville goals: Stevens, Jake Perillo, Ryan Cowan, Kender Perez. Phoenixville assists: Stevens, Jake Perillo, Dan Barry, Keler Garcia-Fuentes. Goalie saves: Gavin Perillo (Px) 4
 
Perkiomen Valley 1, Methacton 1 – The PAC Liberty rivals played through 100 minutes before ultimately settling for a tie. Max Chamarro’s breakaway in the 70th minute forged the standoff for the Vikings, who got six saves from keeper Josh Moyer. The Warriors had grabbed a 1-0 lead when Brett Eberly found the back of the net off a Trevor Rambo assist. Brian Desvars picked up three saves for Methacton.