Owen J. Roberts keeps rolling on Storti goal; Marshall, Upper Perkiomen boot PJP

Owen J. Roberts 2, Methacton 1 – Kyle Storti converted Graham Pugh’s assist into the game-winning goal with 24 seconds left In regulation to carry the Wildcats to the thrilling Pioneer Athletic Conference Liberty Division victory Tuesday night.
OJR, which also got a goal from Josh Fonder and 6 saves from keeper Ryan Walker, has won five straight and  9 of their last 10 after a 1-5 start.
For the Warriors, who held a 10-9 shot advantage, Trevor Taylor found the back of the net in the 21st minute and Mason LeSage picked up 8 saves.
Methacton      1-0-1
OJ Roberts     1-1-2
Methacton goal: Taylor (unassisted). OJR goals (assist): Fonder (Houck), Storti (Pugh)
Goalie saves: Mason LeSage (M) 8, Ryan Walker (OJR) 6
Shots: Methacton 10-9; Corner kicks: OJR 5-4
 
Upper Perkiomen 2, Pope John Paul II 1 – Cameron Marshall cashed in a corner kick from Tyler Raymond for the game-winning goal as the Indians secured the PAC Frontier decision. Colin Flanegin had the lone strike for the Golden Panthers.
PJP goal: Flanegin. UP goals (assist): Marshall (Raymond), Raymond (Mike Sitko)
 
Phoenixville 6, Pottsgrove 1 – Kyle Tucker collected two goals and two assists and Jared Carboy added a pair of strikes as the PAC Frontier champion Phantoms rattled off their eighth straight victory.
Phoenixville goals: Carboy 2, Tucker 2, JT Stevens, Tyler Siefer. Phoenixville assists: Tucker 2, Danny Jackson 2, Blake Ericksen. Goalie saves: Gavin Perillo (Px) 1
 
Perkiomen Valley 4, Norristown 0 – Mike Weir netted two goals in the opening half, Anthony Pellerito had one goal and one assist and Max Chamorro chipped in with 2 assists as the Vikings (6-3, 11-4) earned the wire-to-wire PAC Liberty win.
Norristown     0-0-0
Perk Valley     2-2-4
PV goals: Weir, Pellerito, Naseem Abdel. PV assists: Chamorro 2, Pellerito
Shots: PV 18-3. Corner kicks: PV 5-1.
Goalie saves: Andrew Daubenspeck (PV) 0, Mike Murphy (PV) 0, Zach Kovach (N) 5
 
Spring-Ford 0, Boyertown 0 – Defense ruled the day as neither team was able to find the back of the net though 100 minutes, including two overtime periods. The Bears (3-6, 8-7-2) held a 9-3 advantage in shots, but Hunter Hudak was up to the task for the Rams (6-1-2, 12-2-3), stopping all 9 shots. Mason Kurtz had three saves for Boyertown.
Spring-Ford     0-0-0-0-0
Boyertown      0-0-0-0-0
Shots: Boyertown 9, Spring-Ford 3. Goalie saves: Hudak (SF) 9, Kurtz (B) 3