The Daniel Boone High School baseball team lost three of four games last week and are now 1-6 in the league and 2-12 overall.
The Blazers began the week at home against Muhlenberg. Boone earned its first Berks League win of the season with a 10-1 victory.
Pop Lacey led the Blazer offense with two hits and three runs scored. Christian Henderson contributed with two hits and two runs scored while Ryan Bologa added two hits and two RBIs.
John Reina was the winning pitcher allowing four hits and fanning 13.
On April 20, the Blazers played host to Donegal and suffered an 11-5 loss. Bologa paced the Daniel Boone offense with four hits, one RBI and one run scored. Henderson added a double and a triple.
In another non-league game, Daniel Boone lost to visiting Perkiomen Valley April 23, 4-2. Noah Coralnick had a pair of hits for Daniel Boone.
On April 24, the Blazers were blanked by Exeter, 3-0.
The Daniel Boone High School softball team won three of four games last week. The Lady Blazers are 6-1 in the league and 9-4 overall.
The Lady Blazers began the week with a 5-0 victory over Muhlenberg. Bekah Slattery was the winning pitcher, fanning 17 batters in seven innings of work.
Savannah Toth led the Boone offense with four hits (two singles, a double and one triple) and two RBIs. Margaret Koch also had two hits.
On April 18 the Blazers were nipped by Twin Valley, 4-3.
On April 20, Daniel Boone traveled to Spring-Ford and came back with a 4-1 victory. Toth had two hits and two runs scored and Ballmer had two hits and two RBIs.
The Lady Blazers got back into league play on April 24 with a home game against Exeter. Winning pitcher Slattery helped her own cause with three hits and three runs scored. Toth had two hits and two runs scored while Nicole Kovach added two hits and one run scored.
The Daniel Boone High School boys’ lacrosse team fell to 0-10 in the Berks League and 0-11 overall after losing three games.
The Blazers began the week with a 14-6 loss to Conrad Weiser. Tanner Pajakinas had two goals and three assists to lead the Blazer offense.
James Kramer had a pair of goals while Cody Barrows and Connor Ehrilch each had a goal one one assist.
After falling to Governor Mifflin, 12-0, Boone was defeated by Berks Catholic on April 24, 16-6.
Jace Miller had two goals and an assist for Boone and Pajakina added two goals. Cole Becker and Sean Seifert each had a goal and one assist.
Ben Linsey made 15 saves in goal for Boone. The Blazers were outshot in the game, 44-22.
The Daniel Boone High School boys’ volleyball team is now 6-2 in the Berks League after winning two of three games last week.
They began the week with a victory over Governor Mifflin, 3-2 (25-22, 23-25, 25-20, 20-25, 15-13).
Mickey Kornoski had 12 kills and 13 digs and Dan Rohlfing added eight digs and 58 assists.
On April 23, the Blazers lost to Wilson, 3-1 (25-23, 28-26, 23-25, 25-21).
Choate had nine kills and 15 digs for the Blazers while Dan Downs added nine kills and three blocks.
On April 24, the Blazers blanked Fleetwood, 3-0 (25-17, 25-17, 25-19). Kornoski had 12 kills and five aces while Derek Rubendall added four kills and two blocks.
The Daniel Boone High School boys’ track team improved to 4-1 in the Berks League after defeating Conrad Weiser, 82-68.
Anthony Kahn, Matt Sankey and Adam Myers led the way for Boone with two individual wins apiece. Kahn won the 200 (23.30 seconds) and 300 hurdles (43.39 seconds); Sankey won the 1,600 (4:51.40) and the 800 (2:07); and Myers won the discus (127’-11”) and the shot put (42’-5 1/2”).
Also winning for Boone were: Julian Gerhart, long jump (18’-5”); and Kenny Worthington, pole vault (5’-8”).
Also winning for Boone was the 3,200 relay team of D. Williams, Sankey, Dylan Ammens and Choate (9:03); and the 1,600 relay team of Steven Sievers, Williams, Cedric Mann and Sankey (3:36).
The Daniel Boone High School girls’ track team improved to 4-1 in the Berks League after defeating Conrad Weiser on April 23, 101-49.
Kelly Howiszak and Alex Santora led the way for Boone. Santora had three wins and Howiszak had two. Howiszak finished first in the 200 (27.90) and the high jump (4’4”); while Santora won the 300 hurdles (48.10 seconds), the long jump (15’-7 1/2”) and triple jump (34’-2 1/4”).
Also winning for Boone were: Heather Key, 400 (1:05); Emilee Durso, 1,600 (5:45); Abigail Snyder, 3,200 (11:49); Kira Miller, 100 hurdles (16.7 seconds);Chilensky, shot put (27’-10”) and Steph Sievers, javelin (124’-10”).
Also winning for Boone was the 3,200 relay team of Sievers, Sophia Gugleilmi, Key and Julianne Wanner (10:51); and the 1,600 relay team of Key, Sydney Saylor, Sievers and Santora (4:23).
The Daniel Boone High School boys’ tennis team finished up their first Berks League season with a pair of 7-0 losses to Governor Mifflin and Kutztown. The Blazers finished with a league record of 1-4 and finished in fifth place in the six team Division 1.
The Exeter High School baseball team remains in first place after four wins last week. The Eagles are 5-1 in the league and 9-3 overall.
The Eagles began the week with a 7-1 victory over Governor Mifflin. Scott Galbraith and Andrew Hertzog each drove in a pair of runs and Ben Bortz was the winning pitcher.
On April 19, the Eagles scored two in the top of the sixth inning to pull out a 5-4 win over Conrad Weiser.
Derian Sarlat had two hits and one RBI for Exeter.
Alex Dundore’s RBI single in the bottom of the ninth gave the Eagles a 6-5 victory over Fleetwood on April 23. Dundore had three hits whiel Ben Bortz added two hits and one RBI. Andrew Hertzog also had two hits.
The Eagles finished up the week with a 3-0 victory over Daniel Boone. Joe Richie pitched the shutout for Boone, alloing just two hits. He fanned six Boone batters.
Dondore had a pair of hits of Exeter and drove in a run.
The Exeter High School softball team fell to 2-5 in the Berks League and 3-11 overall after losing three games last week.
On April 19, the Lady Eagles traveled to Conrad Weiser and came home with a 4-3 loss.
Exeter scored three runs in the top of the seventh, highlighted by a two-run double by Alyssa Krick, to tie the game at 3-3, but the Scouts plated the winning run in the bottom of the inning.
On April 22, the Eagles were shutout by undefeated Twin Valley, 8-0.
On April 24, Exeter was blanked by Daniel Boone, 12-0.
The Exeter High School boys’ lacrosse team improved to 10-1 in the Berks League and 12-2 overall after winning three games last week.
The Eagles began the week with a 15-2 victory over Conrad Weiser. Exeter five goals and three assists from Derek Stump to lead the Eagles. Ryan McGinley had three goals and three assists while Justin Long added two goals.
Dan Botley and Bryan Crim each had a goal and two assists while Ben DeAcosta, Ethan Lutz and Mark McHugh all had one goal. John Habel made seven saves in goal for Exeter. The Eagles outshot Weiser, 39-13.
On April 22, the Eagles defeated Governor Mifflin, 10-7. Stump had a goal and four assists for Exeter, while Long and McGinley each had three goals and one assist.
Botley and Crim each had a goal and one assist and Darion Einsig added a goal.
Habel made six saves in goal for Exeter.
On April 23, Exeter topped Twin Valley, 12-4. Crim was the top scorer for Exeter with two goals and three assists. Botley and Long each had two goals and one assist and McGinley added a goal and three assists.
McHugh had three goals and Stump had two. DeAcosta added one assist.
The Exeter High School girls’ lacrosse team remained undefeated and alone in first place in the Berks League after three wins.
The Eagles began the week with a 16-5 victory over Conrad Weiser. Hailey Leister had six goals and two assists and Morgan Stump added two goals and six assists to lead the Exeter offense. Elise Dickie scored four goals and Abigail Halferty added two. Stephanie Howard chipped in with one goal while Lexi Einsig and Emily Larson each had one assist.
Leah Franklin made four saves in goal for Exeter and Gabby Pochron made three.
In a non-league game, Exeter defeated Lampeter-Strasburg, 18-10.
Leister connected for eight goals for the Lady Eagles, while Stump had four goals and four assists and Halferty added five goals. Joannah Einsig added a goal while Dickie and Larson each had one assist.
On April 22, Exeter nipped Governor Mifflin, 11-10. Stump led the Eagle offense with three goals and three assists. Halferty and Leister each scored three goals and Larson added two.
The Exeter High School boys’ track team team won its first league meet win of the season with an 85-64 victory over Reading.
Danny Lorah led the way for Exeter with a pair of individual victories. Lorah was first in the 800 (2:04) and the 1,600 (4:54).
Also winning for Exeter were: Brandon Zuber, 400 (52.9 seconds); Ryan Born, 3,200 (10:55); Khaderm Lazare, long jump (19’-9 1/2”); Sam Wheeler, triple jump (39’-8”); Ryan Andrieux, high jump (5’-8”); Tristan Watts, pole vault (9’-6”); and Clyde, javelin (135’-10 1/2”).
Also winning for Exeter was the 3,200 relay team of DeAcsta, Gorgel, Suruski and Born (8:57).
The Exeter High School girls’ track team picked up its first win with a 106-41 victory over Reading. The Lady Eagles are 1-4 this season.
Sara Wesley led the way for Exeter with three individual wins. Wesley was first in the discus (95’-1”), javelin (105.-11”); and shot put (32’-4”).
Also winning for Exeter were: Maggie Wallner, 400 (1:02); Cassie Whitmoyer, 800 (2:29); Taylor Richards, 1,600 (6:20); Courtney YErger, 3,200 (13:16); Shyann Echols, triple jump (30’-9 3/4”); Malika Clark, high jump (4’-8”); and Emylea Wilson, pole vault (7’-0”).
Also winning for Exeter was the 1,600 relay team of Jordan Napkora, Wilson, Whitmoyer and Wallner (10:22); the 400 relay team of Jane Stewart, Echols, Jones and Malika Clark (54.6 seconds); and the 3,200 relay team of Whitmoyer, Sarah Brzostek, Napkora and Wallner (4:24).
The Governor Mifflin High School baseball team won two of three games last week and are 5-2 in the Berks League and 12-4 overall.
On April 19 the Mustangs played host to Twin Valley and earned a 5-2 victory. Tommy DePaul had three hits and two RBIs to lead the Mifflin offense. Sean Coldren had two hits and one RBI. John Catchmark was the winning pitcher.
On April 20, the Mustangs lost to Parkland, 4-0 in a non-league game. Tanner DeLucia had two hits for Mifflin.
Two days later the Mustangs got back into league action with a home game against Reading. Governor Mifflin pounded out 18 hits and won the game, 11-2.
DePaul had four hits while Niko Hulsizer and T.J. Battinieri had three hits.
The Exeter High School softball team won a pair of games last week and are now 4-3 in the league and 6-8 overall.
On April 22, the Lady Mustangs topped West York in a non-league game, 11-6.
Kristen Goshert led the Mifflin offense with three hits and Daneen Walmer drove in three runs. Gabby Brown, Mary Beth Stone and Cierra Miller each had two hits.
On April 17, the Mustangs blanked Exeter, 8-0. Morgan Miller had two hits and two RBIs and Brown added a single and two RBIs.
Steph Kramer was the winning pitcher.
The Governor Mifflin High School boys’ lacrosse team dropped three of four games last week and are 4-7 in the league and 7-8 overall.
On April 18, the Mustangs shutout Daniel Boone, 12-0.
Darren Schlegel and Jeb Taylor each scored two goals for Mifflin and Chris Battinieri each had a goal and one assist. Austin Arroyo, Ryan Barbon, Austin Ebersole, Aram Pakradooni, Matt Sherman Derek Stenson and Richard Yelk.
On April 20, the Mustangs lost a non-league game to Penn Manor, 12-1. Mifflin’s lone goal came off the stick of Aric Dupell on an assist from Shermot.
On April 22 the Mustangs were defeated by Exeter, 10-7. Shermot led the Mifflin offense with two goals and one assist while Taylor had two goals. Dupell, Kyle Wills and Yelk each had one goal.
Zach Kuniel made five saves in goal for the Mustangs.
On April 24, Wyomissing defeated the Mustangs, 13-8. Darren Schlegel had four goals and one assist for Mifflin and Shermot scored two goals.
Dave Suchoza had a goal and one assist while Josh Dupell had one goal and Arroyo added an assist.
Kunkel made nine saves in goal.
The Governor Mifflin High School girls’ lacrosse team dropped two of three games last week and are 6-3 in the Berks League and 9-6 overall.
On April 18 the Lady Mustangs lost to Lower Dauphin in a non-league game, 17-16.
Melanie Colozzi led the Mifflin offense with five goals and two assists. Caroline Kallos had five goals and one assist and Emma Jones scored four goals.
Alexis Ibach and Taylor Schweitzer each had one goal and Katie Fink and Kelly Muenster each had one assist.
Casandra Allen made 16 saves in goal for the Mustangs.
The Lady Mustangs got back into league play with an 11-10 loss to Exeter. Kallos scored five of Mifflin’s goals while Jones scored three and Colozzi two.
On April 24, the Mustangs traveled to Wyomissing and come home with a 17-9 victory.
Jones led the Governor Mifflin offense with five goals and two assists and Colozzi had four goals and two assists.
Kallow added four goals and one assist and Nuenster had two goals. Ibach and Schweitzer each had one goal and Ella Jones was credited with an assist.
Allen made 15 saves in goal.
The Governor Mifflin High School boys’ track team remained unbeaten at 5-0 after defeating Wilson on April 23, 79-66.
Andrew Lesko and Greg Zelinske led the way for Mifflin with a pair of individual wins each. Lesko was first in the 1,600 (4:36.68) and the 3,200 (10:05.08); and Zelinske was first in the shot put (47’-7”) and the javelin (152’-10”).
Also winning for Mifflin were: Scott Dreisbach, high jump (5’-10”); Alex Pfisterer, triple jump (40’03”); and Seth Bellott, pole vault (12’-0”).
Also winning for the Mustangs was the 3,200 relay team of Jared Luckanitz, Luke Myers, Shane MacMahon and Josh Bachman, (8:23.65).
The Governor Mifflin High School girls’ track team lost a meet to Wilson that would most likely determine the winner of the Division 1 title. Wilson defeated Mifflin, 88-62, to drop the Mustangs’ league record at 4-1.
Tessa Mundell led the way for Mifflin with first place finishes in the 1,600 (5:23.99) and the 800 (2:26.43).
Hannah Mansell wonthe 3,200 (12:07.73) and Stephanie Martin won the long jump (15’-7 1/2”).
Also winning for Mifflin was the 3,200 relay team of Kelly Moyer, Nicole Moyer, Mansell and Mundell (9:44.09).
The Governor Mifflin High School boys’ tennis team ended their Berks League season with a 7-0 victory over Daniel Boone.
Winning in singles competition for Mifflin were: Quentin Smith, 6-0, 6-1; Nathan Calder, 6-0, 6-1; Reid Hoff, 5-7, 6-1, 10-6; Matt Welsh, 6-1, 6-1; and Arie Reichardt, 6-1, 6-1.
Also winning was the doubles team of Smith and Calder, 10-2; and Cameron Luther and Jack Frebel, 10-4.