Izzy Jacobson recorded her second hat trick of the week Wednesday as the Barrack Hebrew girls’ soccer team beat Phil Mont Christian, 3-2. Jacobson had three goals Monday in a 7-0 win over Cristo Rey.
West Chester Rustin benefited from a five-goal second half to race past Octorara, 6-0.
Kayla Mesaros notched two goals in Pope John Paul II’s 3-0 win over Upper Perkiomen.
Iveana Ortega’s hat trick lifted Benjamin Rush over Friere Charter, 4-1.
Emily McNesby’s four goals led Springside Chestnut Hill to an 8-0 victory over Abington Friends.
Jess Dixon scored twice in Plymouth Whitemarsh’s 4-0 victory over Suburban One American Conference foe Upper Dublin.
Emily Owens scored the lone goal as Methacton edged Owen J. Roberts, 1-0.
Isabel Lobiondo led her team with two goals in Perkiomen Valley’s 7-0 win over Norristown.
Maddie Yoder’s two goals were the difference for Springfield (Montco) in a 3-1 win over Upper Moreland.
Grace Leprosti netted two goals in Merion Mercy’s 2-0 win over Agnes Irwin.
Kate Claver and Izzy Robinson-Cloete scored two goals apiece in George School’s 8-0 defeat over Morrisville. Friends’ Select used goals from six different players in a 6-1 victory over Academy Park.
Sophia Acosta, Gianna Pantaleo, and Maddie Rehak all scored in Episcopal Academy’s 3-1 win over Lawrenceville.
Evan Eckert finished with two goals in Franklin Towne Charter’s 3-1 triumph over Washington.
Colin Flanigan scored two goals in Pope John Paul II’s 4-1 win over Upper Perkiomen.
Nolan Schweitzer and Calvin Thomas had one goal apiece in Spring-Ford’s 2-0 victory over Boyertown. Hunter Hudak made six saves to pick up the shutout.
Philadelphia Academy Charter and Central played to a 1-1 tie in a Public League matchup.
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