Both squads are now 8-0 with one regular season home meet against Spring-Ford next Wednesday remaining.
The Phantom boys downed Pottsgrove, 93-57; and St. Pius X, 129-21. The Phantom girls beat the Falcons, 84-66; and the Winged Lions, 84.5-65.5.
Jake Holler cleared 13 feet, 9 inches in the pole vault for the Phantoms and Tom Beasley jumped 21-6 in the long jump and 6-4 in the high jump.
"The guys in the throws did a great job," said Phoenixville coach Talen Singer. "We went 27-0 against both teams and dominated. The regulars came through and everybody came to play today."
Travis Ford-Bey won the shot put (47-10 1/2), Rob Lohr the discus (121-5) and Eric Newcomb the javelin (162-7). Andrew Carr, Steve Taylor and Drew Carter enabled the Phantoms to complete the sweep in the throws.
Dan Smith doubled in the 300 hurdles (41.1) and 110 hurdles (14.9) and also took the 400-meter dash (51.7).
St. Pius X's Ryan Brennan captured the 1600-meter run (4:51.2). Pottsgrove's Jonas Hampton took the 3200 (10:37.4). The Falcons' Aaron Thomas won the 100 (11.0) and Donta Murphy took the 200 (22.5) and long jjump (21-7).
Kim Grasty swept the 100 (13.2) and 200 (27.2) and Rachel Yodis won the 800 (2:24.6). Haley Wickstrom took the 300 hurdles (51.2) and Vy Nguyen finished first in the 100 hrudles (16.7). Julie March won the shot put (30-9).
St. Pius X's Beth Gunther, Deven Owsiany, Steph Fulmer and Jessica Bryson won the 4x800 relay in 9:55.5. Fulmer won the 1600 (5:23) and Gunther the 3200 (12:0-4.4). The Lions' Jillian Weikel claimed the javelin (87-4).
Wildcats edged by LC
BUCKTOWN - Owen J. Roberts swept the three doubles matches but dropped a 4-3 decision to Lansdale Catholic.
At first singles, the Crusaders' Brian Roper defeated Matt McNeil 6-4, 7-6 (8-6 tiebreaker).
LOWER P0TTSGROVE - Brendan Pancott scored three goals, but Phoenixville fell to Pottsgrove, 17-8, in Penn Valley League action.
A.J. Ryan had two goals for the Phantoms and Andrew Eldridge, Mike Heacock and Drew Stanley one each.
The Phantoms' Mike Karwoski stopped 18 shots in goal as the Falcons took a 9-2 halftime lead.
RED HILL - Phoenixville led 4-2 in the fifth inning, but Upper Perkiomen rallied for an 11-4 victory.
The Indians scored five runs in the fifth inning and four in the sixth.
Kim March, Courtney Heming and Kristyn Loughery pitched for the Phantoms. Heming suffered a neck and shoulder injury while playing shortstop in a collision with a Tribe baserunner.
Offensively, Loughery finished 2-for-4 for Phoenixville, and Alison Iacobucci went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a double.
Rams nip Wildcats
ROYERSFORD - Spring-Ford scored a run in the last of the eighth inning on Christine Bednar's home run to nip Owen J. Roberts, 4-3, to sweep the season series from the Wildcats
The Rams led 3-0 after five innings before OJR tied the score with three runs in the top of the seventh.
Alexis Karkoska pitched a four-hitter for the victory with two strikeouts and one walk. Kelsey Shultz took the loss on an eight-hitter with nine strikeouts and one walk.
Kristi Grajewski (triple) and Megan Allebach (homer) each went 2-for-3 with the Rams. Nicole Pizzico doubled and had an RBI.
Kristen Uhas and Chelsea Schwab doubled for the Wildcats.