This week's high school sports wrap-ups

Photo by Ric Webb The Exeter High School girls' softball team ended the season with a 3-7 league record.

Daniel Boone

Baseball

The Daniel Boone High School baseball team ended the season last week by losing two of their final three games. The Blazers finished with a league record of 2-8 and an overall mark of 4-15.

On May 2, the Blazers were shutout by Governor Mifflin, 11-0.

In a non-league game, the Blazers blanked Lebanon, 10-0. Zach Heffner had three hits and three runs scored to lead the Boone offense.

Doug Schilling added two hits and three RBIs while John Reina had a pair of doubles and Christian Henderson chipped in with two singles.

Justin Herring was the winning pitcher, hurling a three-hit shutout.

On May 6, the Blazers completed their season with a 2-1 loss to Wilson. Reina pitched well for the Blazers, alling just four hits in six innings.

Softball

The Daniel Boone High School softball team completed the regular season May 6 with a 3-1 victory over Wilson. The Lady Blazers won Division 1 with a record of 9-1 and is the number three seed in the Berks League playoffs.

In the victory over Wilson, Bekah Slattery paced the Daniel Boone offense with four hits and was the winning pitcher, holding Wilson to two hits.

Nicole Kovach’s RBI double helped spark a three-run first inning for the Blazers. Mikaela Ballmer also knocked in a run with a single.

Savannah Toth chipped in with three hits.

Boys’ Volleyball

The Daniel Boone High School boys’ volleyball team won two of three matches last week and are now 8-3 in the Berks League and 9-5 overall.

On May 2, the Blazers were defeated by Exeter, 3-1 (20-25, 25-22, 35-33 and 26-24.

Patrick Choate led the way for Boone with 15 kills and 15 digs. Connor Choate had 22 digs and Dan Rohlfing had two aces and 43 assists.

Exeter won the junior varsity match, 2-0.

On May 3, Daniel Boone defeated Fleetwood, 3-0 (25-14, 25-12, 26-24). Dan Downs had 11 kills and two blocks for Daniel Boone while Mickey Kornoski contributed with nine kills and 12 digs. Rohlfing added 40 assists.

Daniel Boone won the junior varsity match, 2-0.

On May 6, the Blazers blanked Wyomissing, 3-0 (25-19, 25-15, 25-23).

Downs led the way with six kills and three blocks for Boone, while Julian Gerhart chipped in with six kills and two blocks. Connor Choate had 15 digs.

Daniel Boone won the junior varsity match, 2-0.

Boys’ Lacrosse

The Daniel Boone High School boys’ lacrosse team ended their season with a pair of losses, then gaining their first win of the season in the last game.

On May 2, the Blazers were defeated by Wyomissing, 19-4. Sean Seifert led the Daniel Boone offense with three goals while Jace Miller had a goal and one assist.

Ben Linsey made nine saves in goal for Boone.

On May 6, the Blazers completed the Berks League season with a 12-2 loss to Twin Valley. Connor Ehrilch and Miller each had goals for Boone.

Daniel Boone saved the best for last as the Blazers closed out the season with a 13-7 victory over Lancaster Mennonite.

Cody Barrows led the Daniel Boone offense with three goals and three assists, while Miller added three goals and two assists and Hunter Biship had a goal and two assists.

Seifert chipped in with a pair of goals while Brandon Hultz and Jordan Lahaise each had one goal and Quinton Wisler had an assist.

Boys’ Track

The Daniel Boone High School boys’ track team completed the Berks League regular season with a 105-45 victory over Reading to finish at 5-2 in the league.

Dylan Ammons and Xavier Smith led the way for the Blazers with two individual wins apiece. Ammons was first in the 1,600 (5:02) and the 3,200 (11:38), while Smith won the 100 (11.1 seconds) and the 200 (22.5 seconds).

Also winning individual events for the Blazers were: Cedric Mann, 110 hurdles (15.8 seconds); Matt Sankey, 400 (51.8 seconds); Daquan Williams, 800 (2:15.0); Kenny Worthington, long jump (20’-10”); Julian Gerhart, high jump (6’-0”); Alex Doyle, pole vault (9’-0”); and Myers, discus (126’-3”).

Also winning for Boone was the 3,200 relay team of Patrick Choate, Williams, Steven Sievers and Sankey (9:07); the 400 relay team of Myers, Anthony Kahn, Ricci and Smith (46.0 seconds); and the 1,600 relay team of Kahn, Patrick Choate, Smith and Sankey (3:34.5).

Girls’ Track

The Daniel Boone High School girls’ track team completed the dual meet season last week with a 94-49 victory over Reading to go 5-2 in the Berks League.

Alexandra Santora led the way for Daniel Boone with victories in the 400 (1:01.8), long jump (16’-10”) and the triple jump (34’-7”). Kira Miller was a winner in the 100 hurdles (16’4 seconds) and the 300 hurdlkes (50.0 seconds), while Emily Richey was first in the 1,600 (6:24) and the 3,200 (14:49).

Also winning for Daniel Boone were: Emilee Durso, 800 (2:27); Kelly Howiszak, high jump (4’-6”); Alexa Schumock, pole vault (7’-8”); and Steph Sievers, javelin (114’-0”).

Exeter

Baseball

The Exeter High School baseball team finished the regular season last week with three wins in four games. The Eagles won the Division 1 title with a league record of 9-1 and qualified for the Berks League playoffs as the number one seed.

Exeter’s lone loss of the week was a non-league loss to Dallastown in the Red Lion Tournament on May 4, 11-1. Derrick Jackson and Matt Napkora each had two hits for Exeter.

Later in the day in the same tournament, the Eagles topped Muhlenberg, 16-7. Jackson had another good game with the bat, getting three hits and three RBIs. Derian Sarlat, Alex Dundore and Hunter Hart all had two hits.

Getting back to Berks League action, the Eagles traveled to Reading on May 6 and backed by the three-hit shutout pitching by Joe Ritchie, the Eagles won the game, 6-0.

Dundore had two doubles, one RBI and one run scored and Hart added a two hits, one RBI and one run scored.

In another non-league game on May 7, the Eagles topped Central York, 4-3. Napkora had two hits and two RBIs and Dundore added a pair of hits.

Softball

The Exeter High School softball team finished the season with a win and two losses. The Lady Eagles finished with a league record of 3-7 and an overall mark of 5-15.

On May 3, the Lady Eagles were defeated by Brandywine Heights, 12-2 in a game stopped after six innings due to the mercy rule.

Morgan Sandritter had two hits to lead the Exeter offense.

In a non-league game on May 4, the Eagles were defeated by Parkland, 17-0.

In the final game of the season, Exeter defeated Reading, 14-4. The Lady Eagles scored seven first inning runs and never looked back.

Alyssa Krick had two hits and three RBIs for Exeter while Emily Olsen had two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored.

Boys’ Volleyball

The Exeter High School boys’ volleyball team completed the Berks League regular season with a pair of wins and was 10-2 in the Berks League and finished second in Divison 1.

On May 2, the Eagles defeated Daniel Boone, 3-1 (20-25, 25-22, 35-33, 26-24).

Corbin Keller had 20 kills to lead the Eagles while Ryan Santos added 18 kills and four blocks and Ben Cirba had nine kills and six blocks. Jared Moore contributed with 56 assists.

Exeter won the junior varsity match, 2-0.

In the regular season finale, the Eagles blanked Reading, 3-0 (25-10, 27-25, 25-18).

Keller had 13 kills and Santos added 11 kills. Moore chipped in with 30 assists and two blocks.

Reading won the junior varsity match, 2-0.

Boys’ Lacrosse

The Exeter High School boys’ lacrosse team completed the regular Berks League season with am 11-8 loss to Wilson on May 2.

Bryan Crim and Derek Stump each had two goals and two assists while Justin Long had two goals. Dan Botley and Darion Einsig had one goal apiece and Ryan McGinley was credited with an assist.

John Habel made five saves in goal.

Exeter finished second in the league with a 12-2 record.

Girls’ Lacrosse

The Exeter High School girls’ lacrosse team finished the regular Berks League season with an 13-11 loss to Wilson on May 2.

Morgan Stump had three goals for Exeter while Emily Larson added two goals and one assist. Lexi Einsig scored a pair of goals while Abigail Halferty, Hailey Leister, Stephanie Howard and Kayla Arantowicz each had one goal.

Gabby Pochron made 16 saves in goal for Exeter.

Boys’ Track

The Exeter High School boys’ track team finished the dual meet Berks League season with an 87-63 loss to Twin Valley.

Winning individual events for the Eagles were: Daniel Lorah, 800 (2:00); Khadem Lazare, long jump (19’-8”); Salvatore Wheeler, triple jump (41’-6”); Alexandrer Keim, high jump (6’-0”); Robbie Devish, javelin (153’-0”); and Ryan Vogel, discus (127’-5”).

Exeter finished at 1-6 in the league.

Girls’ Track

The Exeter High School girls’ track team completed the dual meet season May 7 with a 76-74 loss to Twin Valley. The Lady Eagles finished at 2-5 in the Berks League.

In the loss to Twin Valley, Exeter’s Sarah Brzostek and Shyann Echols each had a pair of individual victories. Brzostek was first in the 1,600 (5:23) and the 3,200 (12:39); Echols won the triple jump (34’-1 3/4”) and the high jump (4’-10”).

Also winning for Exeter were: Maggie Wallner, 400 (1:02); Cassie Whitmoyer, 800 (2:25); Tori Holloway, discus (89’-6”); Jaslyn Crawl, shot put (30’-3”).

Also winning for Exeter was the 3,200 relay team of Jordan Napkora, Brzostek, Emylea Wilson and Fallon O’Hara (10:56); and the 1,600 relay team of Sarah Ramey, Callista O’Brien, Whitmoyer and Wallner (4:26).

Governor Mifflin

Baseball

The Governor Mifflin High School baseball team finished the regular Berks League season with a pair of wins. The Mustangs took second place in Division 1 with a league record of 7-3. They qualified for the league playoffs as the number five seed.

On May 2, the Mustangs played host to Daniel Boone. Tanner DeLucia pitched a two-hit shutout for Mifflin as they defeated the Blazers, 11-0.

Chad Summers and Hunter Wysocki had two doubles and three RBIs a piece to lead the Mustang offense. Doug McFarland added two hits and one RBI.

On May 3, the Mustangs downed Muhlenberg, 6-1. Niko Hulsizer had two hits and three RBIs for the winners while T.J. Battinieri had two hits and one RBI.

Softball

The Governor Mifflin High School softball closed out the Berks League season with a win and a loss. The Lady Mustangs finished at 5-5 but thanks to a strong power rating, they were able to qualify for the league playoffs as the eighth seed.

On May 3, the Mustangs were blanked by Twin Valley, 6-0 in a completion of a suspended game.

In the final game of the regular season, the Mustangs defeated Muhlenberg, 8-2. Morgan Miller had three hits (two singles and a home run) to lead the locals to the victory. Cierrra Miler added a pair of hits.

Steph Kramer was the winning pitcher, fanning eight Muhlenberg batters.

Boys’ Volleyball

The Governor Mifflin High School boys’ volleyball team dropped two of three matches last week and are 4-7 in the Berks League.

On May 2, the Mustangs defeated Reading, 3-1 (25-16, 25-20, 21-25, 25-13). Brett Seidel led the way for Mifflin with 14 kills, while Jamie Molet had 12 kills and Brian Beyer had 11 kills.

Reading won the junior varsity mtch, 2-1.

On May 3, the Mustangs were blanked by Bethlehem Catholic, 3-0 (25-12, 25-20, 25-22). Beyer had five kills for Mifflin and Jonathan Smith had four.

On May 7, Governor Mifflin lost to Wilson, 3-0 (25-21, 25-13, 25-20). Alex Coriellesa had five kills and five digs for Mifflin and Brian Beyer had five kills.

Boys’ Lacrosse

The Governor Mifflin High School boys’ lacrosse team ended their Berks League season on May 5 with a 7-5 victory over Twin Valley. Darren Schlegel led the Mifflin offense with three goals in the game. Dave Suchoza added a goal and one assist while Austin Arroyo, Ryan Barbon and Josh Dupell each had a goal. Aram Pakradooni and Matt Shermot each had one assist.

Zach Kunkel mae 16 saves in goal for Mifflin.

Girls’ Lacrosse

The Governor Mifflin High School girls’ lacrosse team completed the Berks League regular season with a 9-3 record. The final game was a 20-4 victory over Twin Valley.

Amelia Deiber had two goals and two assists to lead the Mifflin offense. Caroline Kallos had three goals and one assist and Alex Ibach had three goals.

Emma Jones and Taylor Schweitzer each had two goals and one assist, while Hannah Sim,one added two more goals.

Kathie Fink had a goal and one assist and Ella Jones scored one goal.

Boys’ Track

The Governor Mifflin High School boys’ track team closed out the dual meet season with a perfect 7-0 record after defeating Muhlenberg on May 7, 91-59.

The Mustangs were led by Evan Williams who was first in the 1,600 (4:46.29) and the 3,200 (10:35.11).

Also winning for Mifflin were: Andrew Lesko, 800 (2:07.35); Sean Imbody, 200 (23.84 seconds); Greg Zelinski, shot put (47’-4”); Aaron Walker, javelin (156’-4”); Alex Pfisterer, triple jump (40’-4”); Seth Bellott, pole vault (12’-0”).

Also winning for Mifflin was the 3,200 relay team of Jared Luckanitz, Ian Moyer, Josh Bachman and Lesko (8:36.49); and the 1,600 relay team of Craig Ness, Josh Rowe, Luckanitz and Sean Imbody (3:33.09).

Girls’ Track

The Governor Mifflin High School girls’ track team closed out the dual meet season with a 115-25 victory over Muhlenberg to go 6-1 in Berks action.

Stephanie Martin led the way for the Lady Mustangs with victories in the 300 hurdles (48.81 seconds) and the long jump (15’-6”).

Winning individual events for the Mustangs were: Dayne Martin, 100 hurdles (17.34 seconds); Melissa Martin, 100 (13.98 seconds); Nicole Moyer, 1,600 (5:38.91); Hannah Mansell, 800 (2:26.82); Quinn Diaz, 200 (27.98 seconds); Tessa Mundell, 3,200 (13:30.71); Allison Mueller, shot put (31’-10 1/2”); Nicole Shuman, javelin (114’-10”); Ellen Musselman, discus (101’-11”); Emily Gingrich, high jump (4’-10”); Leigh Quinn, triple jump (30’-8 1/2”).

Also winning for Mifflin was the 3,200 relay team of Kelly Moyer, Megan McKay, Emily Argentati and Paige Zittle (11:06.97); and the 400 relay team of Melissa Martin, Emily Gingrich, Olivia Dennis and Quinn Diaz (53.31 seconds).

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