This week's high school sports wrap-ups

Photo by Aimee Herbert The Exeter boys' soccer team is still unbeaten in Berks League play at 7-0.

Daniel Boone

FOOTBALL

The Daniel Boone High School football team fell to 0-2 in the Berks League and 1-4 overall after losing to Conrad Weiser on Sept. 27, 41-21.

The game was tied at 21-21 after three quarters, but the Scouts scored three touchdowns, one an interception return, to pull away in the fourth quarter.

Quarterback Nick Hughes ran for 98 yards on 10 carries for Boone, including a 69 yard touchdown run that tied the game at 7-7 in the first quarter.

Kyle Myers ran for two touchdowns for the Blazers, piling up 95 rushing yards on 16 carries. He also caught five passes for 36 yards.

BOYS’ SOCCER

The Daniel Boone High School won two of three matches last week and are alone in second place in Division 1 with a 5-3 record. The Blazers are 9-4-1 overall.

The Blazers began the week with a road game at Muhlenberg. Boone scored two goals in each half and blanked the Muhls, 4-0.

Jeff Ast scored a pair of goals for the winners while Jason Burns had a goal and two assists and Brenden Valvere added a goal and one assist. Jaxson Burns chipped in with an assist.

Each team managed seven shots on goal as Connor Hedgepeth made seven saves in net for Daniel Boone.

On Sept. 28, the Blazers were on the road again, this time in Elverson tot take Twin Valley. A late goal by Jason Burns gave Boone a 2-1 victory.

Ast scored the other Daniel Boone goal and Jaxson Burns was credited with an assist.

On Oct. 1, Daniel Boone was back home, but lost an overtime game to Exeter, 3-2. Jaxson and Jason Burns each scored a goal for the Blazers, while Andrew Templin and Valverde each had one assist.

Exeter outshot Boone, 11-6, as Hedgepeth made eight saves in goal for the Blazers.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

The Daniel Boone High School girls’ soccer team fell to 3-5 in the Berks League and 4-9 overall after losing a pair of games last week.

On Sept. 30, Daniel Boone fell to Exeter, 2-1. Lauren Reightneour scored Boone’s lone goal as the Blazers outshot Exeter, 14-11. Makenzie Witzel made eight saves in goal for the Blazers.

On Oct. 2, the Lady Blazers were defeated by Governor Mifflin, 3-0. The Lady Mustangs outshot Boone, 8-3, as Boone goalkeeper Megan Breidigan made five saves in goal.

FIELD HOCKEY

The Daniel Boone High School field hockey team split four games last week and are now 3-5 in the Berks League and 6-9 overall.

The Lady Blazers began the week with a 12-0 non-league victory over York Country Day School.

Cara Shackleford led the way for Daniel Boone with three goals in the game. Kirsten Gabbett added a goal and three assists while Adrianna Cozzone had a goal and two assists.

Also scoring goals for Boone were Ashley Bonetz, Chloe Hoffman, Kaitlyn Keeley, Mary Kinder, Kelsey Matlack, Riley Owen and Cassie Yorgey. Hailey Starolis had one assist.

In another non-league contest, Boone was defeated by Phoenixville, 7-1. Gabbett scored the lone Daniel Boone goal and Ashley Bonetz had an assist.

On Sept. 30, the Lady Blazers were back home for a Berks League game against Exeter. A three-goal first half helped Boone to a 5-0 victory.

Gabbett led the way once again for Daniel Boone with three goals. Skai Sprenkle and Kaitlyn Keeley each had a goal socred while Shackleford and Bonetz each had one assist.

Daniel Boone outshot Exeter, 22-1, as Savanna Lacek needed to make just one save in goal for Boone to record the shutout.

On Oct. 2, the Blazers were shutout by Governor Mifflin, 5-0. The Mustangs outshot Boone, 16-2.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

The Daniel Boone High School girls’ volleyball team improved to 7-2 in the Berks League after three victories last week.

The Lady Blazers began the week with a victory over Muhlenberg, 3-0 (25-11, 25-8, 25-10).

Rebecca Feeney had 11 kills and nine blocks for the winners, while Courtney Vidovich added 10 kills and four blocks. Alayanna Roesener added seven kills and three blocks while Jillian Braunsberg had three kills and 30 assists.

On Sept. 30, Boone topped Schuylkill Valley, 3-1 (16-25, 25-18, 26-24, 25-22.

Vidovich led the way for Boone with 10 kills, three digs, three aces and one block. Sarah Roell added seven kills, two aces and one digs while Roesener added seven kills, three digs and two assists. Braunsberg contributed with 31 assists.

On Oct. 1, Daniel Boone topped Wilson, 3-1 (25-14, 21-25, 25-21, 26-24),

Vidovich had 14 kills, 13 digs and three blocks, and Roesener had seven kills, 10 digs and one block. Roell chipped in with eight kills and 18 digs and Braunsberg had three kils, nine digs and 36 assists.

BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Daniel Boone High School boys’ cross country team swept a quad-meet last week and improved to 8-4 in the Berks League. The Blazers defeated Tulpehocken, 22-37; Fleetwood, 24-35; and Exeter, 29-30.

Finishing in the top 12 for Boone were: Anthony Kahn, fourth; John Gest, eighth; Aaron Higgins, ninth; and Adam Banks, 10th.

GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Daniel Boone High School girls’ cross country team swept a quad-meet last week and improved to 12-0 in the Berks League. The Blazers defeated Tulpehocken, 15-50; Fleetwood, 15-48; and Exeter, 20-37.

Finishing in the top 12 for Boone were: Alex Santora, first; Abigail Snyder, second; Sophia Guglielmi, third; Alex Hamill, sixth; Emilee Durso, eighth; Emily Scott, 11th; and Beilla Moyer, 12th.

Exeter

FOOTBALL

The Exeter High School football team evened its record at 1-1 in the Berks League after losing to Governor Mifflin on Sept. 27, 41-7.

Exeter’s only score of the game came on a 15-yard touchdown run by Chase Yocum in the fourth quarter. Exeter had 248 total yards in the game, compared to Mifflin’s 379 yards

BOYS’ SOCCER

The Exeter High School boys’ soccer team improved to 7-0 in the Berks League and 10-3 overall after winning a pair of matches last week.

Exeter began the week with a 4-0 victory over Governor Mifflin. Sam Feehrer, Austin Hart, Matt Lee and Nick Leinbach were the goal scorers for the Eagles while Eric Burkhart and Tristan Watts each had one assist.

Exeter outshot Governor Mifflin, 12-4. Joe Mitchell made three saves in goal for the Eagles.

On Oct. 1, Exeter needed an overtime period to defeat Daniel Boone, 3-2. Burkhart scored all three goals for Exeter while Feehrer and Watts were each credited with one assist.

Exeter outshot Boone, 11-6, as Mitchell made four saves in goal.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

The Exeter High School girls’ soccer team split four matches last week and are 3-5 in the Berks League and 5-11 overall.

After losing a 5-0 non-league match to Manheim Central. Exeter traveled to Oley Valley and came home with a 3-1 victory.

Sydney Gundersen, Johnna Shank and Mackenzie Shank each scored goals for the winners and Elizabeth Hinkel made eight saves in goal.

On Sept. 30, the Lady Eagles defeated Daniel Boone, 2-1. Bethany Miller and Johnna Shank were the goal scorers for Exeter, with Gundersen added a pair of assists.

Daniel Boone outshot Exeter, 14-11, as Hinkel made 10 saves in goal for the Eagles.

In another Berks League contest, Exeter was blanked by Wilson, 2-0. The Bulldogs outshot the Eagles, 20-2, as Hinkel made 17 saves in goal.

FIELD HOCKEY

The Exeter High School field hockey team fell to 1-7 in the Berks League and 3-9 overall after a pair of 5-0 losses to Daniel Boone and Wilson last week.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

The Exeter High School girls’ volleyball team remained undefeated in Berks League play at 9-0 after winning a pair of matches last week.

On Sept. 26, the Eagles shutout Conrad Weiser, 3-0 (25-9, 25-7, 25-17).

Keara O’Briaen-Pol led the way for Exeter with six kills and two blocks, while Emily Hangan added two kills and Tessa Rossetti had six digs.

On Oct. 1, Exeter defeated Governor Mifflin, 3-0 (25-19, 25-15, 25-13). Danielle Faust had nine kills and seven digs for the Lady Eagles, while Gabbie Stick added nine kills and four digs. Shannon Restrepo chipped in with eight digs and 27 assists and Lizzy Schults had five kills and six digs.

BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Exeter High School boys’ cross country team won two of three in a quad-meet on Oct. 1. The Eagles defeated Tulpehocken, 24-31; and Fleetwood, 25-32; but lost to Daniel Boone, 29-30.

Finishing in the top 12 for Exeter were: Danny Lorah, first; Nick Suruski, second; and Kevin Bryzostek, fifth.

GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Exeter High School girls’ cross country team won two of three in a quad-meet on Oct. 1. The Eagles defeated Tulpehocken, 15-50; and Fleetwood, 17-42; but lost to Daniel Boone, 20-37.

Finishing in the top 12 for Exeter were: Emma Heffner, fourth; Cassie Whitmoyer, fifth; Courtney Yerger, sixth; and Sarah DiTomas, ninth.

Governor

Mifflin

FOOTBALL

The Governor Mifflin High School football team improved to 2-0 in the Berks League and 3-2 overall after defeating Exeter on Sept. 27, 41-7.

Mifflin jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter on a three-yard touchdown run by Aric Dupell and a 28 yard scoring run by Wilson Fontanez.

It was the first of two touchdown runs for Fontanez who ran for 124 yards on 20 carries./

Elisco Ortiz ran for 80 yards on six carries, including a 42 yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

Quarterback Jan Johnson passed for 203 yards (5-for-7) and rushed for a touchdown.

BOYS’ SOCCER

The Governor Mifflin High School boys’ soccer team fell to 1-5-1 in the Berks League and 8-6-1 overall after losing four matches last week.

On Thursday, Sept. 26, the Mustangs lost a 4-0 Berks League match to Exeter. The Eagles outshot Mifflin, 12-4, as Nathan Calder made seven saves in the goal for the Mustangs.

Mifflin traveled to Wyomissing on Sept. 28 and came home with a 5-1 non-league loss. Zach Weidner scored the lone Mustang goal with an assist going to Cameron Luther.

In league action, Governor Mifflin was topped by Reading, 4-1. Weidner scored the Mustangs’ goal with Blake Spatz getting credit for an assist.

Reading outshot Mifflin, 11-4, as Calder made seven saves in goal.

On Oct. 1, Mifflin lost to Reading, 6-0. The Red Knights won the shots battle, 16-1, as Devon Dreibelbis made 10 saves in goal for the Mustangs.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

The Governor Mifflin High School girls’ soccer team won three of four matches last week, and are 7-1 in the Berks League and 12-4 overall.

The Lady Mustangs began the week by taking on Lower Dauphin in the first round of the Falcon Cup in Hummelstown. The Mustangs won the match, 3-2.

Melissa Martin led the Mifflin offense with two goals and one assist, while Sienna Zittle added a goal.

The victory sent the Lady Mustangs to the championship game where they lost to Conestoga Valley, 1-0.

Governor Mifflin got back to league play on Sept. 30 when they shutout Reading, 5-0. Jennifer artin and Zittle each scored two goals for the winners, while Melissa Martin scored the other Mifflin goal. Ella Jones had two assist for the Mustangs and Kendall Galvin had one assist.

The Lady Mustangs outshot Reading, 14-3, as Margaret Sepulveda and Isabella Makosch shared time in goal for the locals.

On Oct. 2, the Mustangs blanked Daniel Boone, 3-0. Melissa Martin scored two goals for the winner while Zittle scored one goal and Jennifer Martin had one assist.

Mifflin outshot Boone, 8-3, as Sepulveda made three saves in goal.

FIELD HOCKEY

The Governor Mifflin High School field hockey team won two of three games last week and own a 6-2 Berks League record and an overall mark of 9-6.

After losing a 2-0 non-league game to Hershey on Sept. 28, the Lady Mustangs cruised by Reading two days later, 8-0.

Courtney Marley paced the Mifflin offense with three goals and one assist. Caroline Kallos and Dayne Martin each had two goals and one assist, while Haley Gruber had one goal and one assist. Kylie Herman and Alyssa Hernandez both had one assist.

Governor Mifflin dominated the game, outshooting Reading, 26-1. Danielle King made the one save she needed to record the shutout.

On Oct. 2, Governor Mifflin also shutout Daniel Boone, 5-0. Marley had two goals for the winners and Kaitie Fink added a goal and two assists. Kallos chipped in with one goal and one assist and Dayne Martin had one goal. Herman was credited with one assist.

Governor Mifflin outshot Boone, 16-2.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

The Governor Mifflin High School girls’ volleyball team split a pair of matches last week and are 6-3 in the Berks League.

After defeating Twin Valley, 3-0 on Sept. 26, the Lady Mustangs were defeated by undefeated Exeter, 3-0 (25-19, 25-15, 25-13).

Gabriella Johnson had seven kills and six digs for Mifflin, while Marley Reedy contributed with six kills, seven digs and one block. Sophie Campbell chipped in with 13 assists.

BOYS’ WATER POLO

The Governor Mifflin High School boys’ water polo team split a pair of games last week. The Mustangs are 6-2 in the Berks League and 9-2 overall.

On Sept. 26, Governor Mifflin defeated Perkiomen Valley, 16-10. Stergios Dikos led the Mustang offense with eight goals in the match. Owen Hanna had four goals while Doshi Raunak had two goals. Riley Mangan and Kyle McElroy each scored one goal.

Gene Bilbao made 13 saves in goal for the locals.

On Oct. 1, Mifflin was defeated by Cumberland Valley in a non-legue contest, 8-6.

Dikos had five goals for the Mustangs and Hanna scored the other goal. Bilbao made 12 saves in goal.

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

The Governor Mifflin High School girls water polo team added a win and a loss to its record which now stands at 4-2 in the league and 11-3 overall.

On Sept. 26, Mifflin defeated Perkiomen Valley, 11-1. Emily Argentati led the way for the Lady Mustangs with five goals and one assist.

Sarah Limanni had two goals and two assists while Morgan McMahon had a goal and four assists. Paige Adams contributed with a goal and two assists while Alex Saidman and Rachel Schultz both had one goal. Neena Gollub added one assist.

Marina Azzarello made seven saves in goal for Mifflin.

On Oct. 1, the Lady Mustangs lost to Cumberland Valley, 11-2. Argentati and Limanni each scored goals for Mifflin as Azzarello made four saves.

BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Governor Mifflin High School boys’ cross country team won two of three in a quad-meet on Oct. 1. The Mustangs defeated Conrad Weiser, 15-46; Kutztown, 15-49; but lost to Twin Valley, 25-30.

Finishing in the top 12 for Mifflin were: Jesse Mills, first; Jared Luckanitz, second; Luke Myers, eighth; Josiah Mansell, ninth; Shane MacMahon, 10th; and Ian Moyer, 12th.

GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Governor Mifflin High School girls’ cross country team swept a quad-meet on Oct. 1. The Mustangs defeated Conrad Weiser, 15-46; Kutztown, 15-48; and Twin Valley, 18-43. The Lady Mustangs are a perfect 12-0 so far this season.

Finishing in the top 12 for Mifflin were: Kelly Moyer, first; Hannah Mansell, second; Nicole Moyer, third; Joi Carter, sixth; Abby Chudnovsky, eighth; Nicki Heath, 10th; and Julianna Whalen, 11th.