Hunter Vogels followed with a decision at 152 pounds, Gregg Harvey won by injury default at 160, Cody Richmond scored a technical fall at 170, and William Scholl capped the streak with a pin at 182.
In the other semifinal:
Spring-Ford captured the last three weight classes to pull away from Downingtown East, 36-19.
Jimmy Frank scored a pin at 106 pounds, Ryan Hayes captured a fall at 113, and Hunter Mitch scored a decision at 120. Adam Dombrosky added a pin at 138, and Mason Romano pinned at 220.
Spring-Ford and Boyertown will meet at 4 p.m. Saturday at Upper Dublin for the district title. The top four teams from District 1 advance to next week's state tournament.
In the quarterfinals:
Garrett Mauger's first-period pin at 120 pounds triggered Boyertown to five straight wins, and the Bears cruised past Quakertown, 55-6.
Spring-Ford lost just once between 132 and 285 pounds to take down Pennridge, 40-18. Nick Beauchamp won by a major decision at 132, and heavyweight Joshua Boyer scored a 3-2 win nine bouts later.
Riley Palmer scored a major decision at 106 pounds, and Council Rock South topped Garnet Valley, 28-27, on a tiebreaker. The Golden Hawks earned the tiebreaker by winning two more individual bouts.
Adam Pleines scored a first-period pin at 195 pounds and Billy McGinley followed with a 3-1 decision at 220 pounds as Downingtown East downed Methacton, 36-17.
Central. Tommy Long scored a pin at 152 pounds, and Marple Newtown cruised past visiting Lower Merion, 54-25. Niko Akranis (160 pounds), Kevin Goff (170), and Bradley Busch (182) followed with pins.