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By Mercury Staff
Louisville beat Michigan in an NCAA Championship game for the ages on Monday night. It also marked the end of our inaugural Mercury Sports Live Bracket Challenge.
The top six finishers all picked Louisville to win it all, but it was Steve (not sports staffer Steve Moore) who finished on top with 123 points.
Finishing second was "Kurthi's Fantastic Bracket" (114 points) and third was "Jeffrey's Notable Bracket" (112 points).
All three of those readers will win $20 American Express Gift Cards from The Mercury.
If you are any of those three, please email Steve Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address and phone number.
Thanks for playing!
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
|Spring-Ford pitcher Tyler Eckman (Kevin Hoffman/The Mercury)|
|Spring-Ford's David O'Such wins the 100 meters Wednesday.|
BOYS LACROSSE: Owen J. Roberts rallies past Spring-Ford
TRACK AND FIELD: Spring-Ford boys and girls sweep Boyertown, Upper Perkiomen
GIRLS LACROSSE: Fast-starting Methacton tops Perkiomen Valley, 10-5
WEDNESDAY’S ROUNDUP: Perkiomen Valley softball freshman duo one-hits Boyertown
Saturday, March 30, 2013
|Mercury file photo Sue Benfield stepped down before this season after 41 years in charge of the Boyertown softball program.|
Pick up Sunday's Mercury, which includes a profile of longtime Boyertown softball coach Sue Benfield, coverage of Perkiomen Valley/Methacton boys lacrosse, and our 2013 softball previews.
SOFTBALL: Benfield leaves quite a legacy at Boyertown
BOYS LACROSSE: Perkiomen Valley beats Methacton in "Rivalry Day" showdown
SOFTBALL: 2013 Season Preview Capsules
LOCAL ROUNDUP: Spring-Ford, Methacton combine for 5 firsts in track and field classic
Thursday, March 28, 2013
|Perkiomen School's Jose Marce (5) advances to third after tagging up on a fly ball in the bottom of the second inning Thursday. Upper Perkiomen third baseman Ryan Harris tries to apply the late tag. (John Strickler/The Mercury)|
Pick up Friday's edition of The Mercury, which includes coverage of Perkiomen School/Upper Perkiomen and Perkiomen Valley/Phoenixville baseball and Perkiomen Valley/Phoenixville softball.
BASEBALL: Phoenixville outlasts Perkiomen Valley in 8 innings
BASEBALL: Perkiomen School doubles up Upper Perkiomen
SOFTBALL: Minnick seizes chance, leads Perkiomen Valley past Phoenixville
Also in Friday's Mercury: A special commemorative section on the Spring-Ford girls basketball state championship