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Berks at a glance: Week 10


Wyomissing 34, Berks Catholic 28: (see game story)

Exeter 42, Daniel Boone 3: The Eagles (10-0, 6-0) clinched the Berks League Section 1 title, their first county crown in 18 years, in a rout of the Blazers (3-7, 0-6) in Reiffton. Nick Sarangoulis scored three first half touchdowns and piled up 133 yards on 13 carries as the hosts rolled to a 35-0 lead by the break.

Governor Mifflin 23, Conrad Weiser 20: The Mustangs (6-4, 5-1) survived a late rally by the host Scouts (7-3, 4-2) to clinch the runner-up spot in Section 1. Mifflin built a 23-6 lead before two fourth-quarter touchdowns by Weiser narrowed the final margin. Mifflin’s Lucas Garner rushed for 197 yards on 30 carries and scored two touchdowns; Koran Jordan went for 99 on 25 with one score for the Scouts.

Reading 48, Muhlenberg 20: Jai Whitlock rushed for 215 yards and four touchdowns for the Red Knights (5-5, 2-4) in the win at Shirk Stadium. The win, however, could not salvage a District 3-AAAA playoff berth for Reading, which is 18th in the race and cannot finish higher than 17th. The Muhls (3-7, 2-4) got 132 yards from Kevans Duffault and a pair of rushing TDs from quarterback Cody Fidler.

Crestwood 47, Pottsville 41: Pottsville’s time as a BCIAA member officially closed with  2-8 season following a wild six-point loss in a non-league contest. Crestwood’s Tanner Kahlua scored the game-winning touchdown on a five-yard run in the fourth quarter. The Crimson Tide’s Eric Wapinsky threw for 207 yards on 14 of 23 passing and tossed two touchdowns.

Hamburg 49, Schuylkill Valley 7: The Hawks “unofficially” clinched a D-3 AA playoff spot with a rout of the visiting Panthers (2-8, 2-4 Section 2. Hamburg (5-5, 4-2) sits in the eighth and final spot in AA; the final power rankings will become official on Sunday. Ignacio Reynoso ran for 174 yards and scored twice for the victors.

Twin Valley 27, Elco 14: Alec Ranck passed for 203 yards a two scores to lead the Raiders (4-6) past their fellow host Raiders at Myerstown.

Fleetwood 57, Kutztown 32: The Cougars (0-10, 0-6) topped their previous high points for a game by 18 and still lost by 23, to close out a winless campaign. The Tigers (3-7, 1-5) got 327 passing yards and two TD passes from quarterback Luke Emge. Kutztown’s Oscar Klechner rushed for 222 yards on 28 totes and scored three times in the losing effort.


The following Berks League teams will advance in the District 3 playoffs, which begin next week. Seeds are in parentheses:

(Note: Final power rankings will not be made official by the D-3 committee until Sunday)


Governor Mifflin (13) at Manheim Twp. (4)

Harrisburg/Cedar Crest at Exeter (3). Harrisburg, currently 14th, plays Carlisle on Saturday. Cedar Crest, currently 15th, has completed its regular season.


Conrad Weiser (9) at Northern York (8)


Hamburg (8) at Wyomissing (1)

Annville-Cleona (7) at Berks Catholic (2)











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