This week's high school sports wrap-ups

Photo by Lloyd Lutz Action from a Schuylkill Valley High School football game.

Hamburg

BOYS’ SOCCER

The Hamburg High School split four matches last week and are now 4-3 in the Berks League and 11-4 overall.

The Hawks began the week with a 7-1 victory over Schuylkill Valley. Austin Freeman led the Hamburg offense with four goals and one assist in the contest. Bailey Koehn had two goals and one assist while Matt Prince added a goal and two assists. Cole Hindenach, Zach Loeb and Dustin Rohrbach all had one assist.

Hamburg outshot Schuylkill Valley, 26-4, as Mason Schnabel made three saves in goal for the Hawks.

On Sept. 26, Hamburg was shutout by Fleetwood, 2-0. The Tigers outshot the Hawks, 11-5, as Tyler Seidel made nine saves in goal for the locals.

On Sept. 28, Hamburg was also blanked by Kutztown, 3-0. Then two days later, Hamburg played Schuylkill Valley once again, this time the Hawks defeated the Panthers, 9-2.

Freeman, Price and Schnabel all had two goals and one assist, while Koehn added a goal and three assists. Charlie Cravotta and Nate Parent each had one goal while Loeb added an assist.

Hamburg outshot Schuylkill Valley, 25-5, as Seidel made three saves in goal.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

The Hamburg High School girls’ soccer team dropped two of three matches last week and are 0-7 in the league and 4-10 overall.

The Lady Hawks began the week with a 4-0 loss to Fleetwood. The Tigers outshot Hamburg, 7-3, as Alexis Vaughn made three saves in goal for Hamburg.

On Sept. 28, Hamburg came back to win a non-league match, 4-3. Chyanne Lesher scored a hat trick to lead the Lady Hawk offense. Sierra Werley added a goal and one assist while Nia Primus had one assist.

Vaughn made four saves in goal.

Two days later, Hamburg was downed by Twin Valley, 4-1. Lesher scored the Hawks’ lone goal with an assist going to Primus.

Twin Valley outshot Hamburg, 10-3, as Vaughn made seven saves in goal.

FIELD HOCKEY

The Hamburg High School field hockey team won two of three games last week and are now 4-3 in the Berks League and 9-5 overall.

On Sept. 25, Hamburg defeated Fleetwood, 3-0. Karlie Heistand had a goal and one assist for Hamburg while Tatum Mack and Taylor McCurdy each had one goal. Andrea Capitella and Hannah Shirk each added an assist.

Hamburg outshot Fleetwood, 7-1, as Nikkole James made 22 saves in goal.

In a non-league game, Hamburg defeated Kutztown, 4-3. Lesher had a hat trick for the winners, while Werley added a goal and one assist. Primus was credited with one assist.

Vaughn made four saves in goal.

On Sept. 30, the Lady Hawks were defeated by Twin Valley, 4-1. Lesher scored Hamburg’s lone goal with and assist going to Primus.

Twin Valley outshot the Hawks, 10-3, as Vaughn made seven saves in goal.

BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Hamburg High School boys’ cross country team was swept in a tri-meet on Sept. 24. The Hawks were defeted by Exeter, 17-44, and Muhlenberg, 19-42.

Finishing in the top 12 for Hamburg were: Kerry Mega, eighth; and Alex Moquin, ninth.

GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Hamburg High School girls’ cross country team was swept in a tri-meet on Sept. 24. The Hawks were defeted by Exeter, 17-42, and Muhlenberg, 15-50.

Jenna Kauffman led the way for Hamburg, finishing 12th overall.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

The Hamburg High School girls’ tennis team completed the regular Berks League season with a pair of wins, finishing at 4-1.

On Sept. 25, the Lady Hawks defeated Kutztown, 5-1. Winning in singles competition for Hamburg were: Brooke Buckley, 6-3, 6-2; Caroline Bashore, 6-0-, 6-0; Victoria Kissinger, 6-1, 6-0; and Kristin Wade, won by forfeit.

Also winning for Hamburg was the doubles team of Bashore and Kissinger, 10-4.

Schuylkill Valley

FOOTBALL

The Schuylkill Valley High School football team fell to 1-1 in the Berks League and 4-1 overall after losing to Fleetwood, 31-7.

Tanner Mish caught a 47 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Tanner White to give the Panthers a 7-0 lead. But it was all Fleetwood after that.

Nick Scheidt ran for 78 yards on 21 carries for the Panthers, while Ed Shuttleworth ran for 76 yards n 11 carries.

BOYS’ SOCCER

The Schuylkill Valley High School team lost three matches last week and are 0-6-1 in the Berks League and 2-11-1 overall.

The Panthers began the week with a 5-1 loss to Berks Catholic. Frank Lisa scored Schuylkill Valley’s lone goal.

Berks Catholic outshot the locals, 10-4, as Tristen Werber made eight saves in goal for the Panthers.

In a non-league match, Schuylkill Valley was defeated by Muhlenberg, 5-0. Werber made nine saves in goal.

On Sept. 30. Schuylkill Valley lost to Hamburg, 9-2. Nate Klatt and Matt Longlott each had a goal for the Panthers.

Hamburg outshot Schuylkill Valley, 25-5, as Werber made 16 saves in goal.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

The Schuylkill Valley High School girls’ soccer team split a pair of matches last week and are 4-3 in the league and 11-4 overall.

On Sept. 25, the Panthers defeated Berks Catholic, 3-2. Erika Miller had two goals and one assist to lead the Schuylkill Valley offense, while Sophie Goad added a goal and one assist.

The Lady Panthers outshot the Saints, 15-10, as Caitlyn Gannon made six saves in goal for the locals.

On Sept. 30, Schuylkill Valley lost to Conrad Weiser, 5-1. Miller scored the Panther goal on an assist from Goad.

Gannon made 13 saves in goal.

FIELD HOCKEY

The Schuylkill Valley High School girls’ field hockey team dropped two of three games last week. The Lady Panthers are 1-6 in the Berks League and 7-7 overall.

The week began with a 4-0 loss to Berks Catholic. The Saints outshot the Panthers, 16-4, as Rachel Smith made 12 saves in goal for the locals.

On Sept. 27, the Lady Panthers shutout Tulpehocken, 1-0. Emma Bressler scored the lone goal of the game on an assist from Meghan Sager.

Schuylkill Valley outshot the Trojans, 7-0, as Rachel Smith didn’t need to make a save in goal to record the shutout.

On Sept., 30, the Panthers were defeated by Conrad Weiser, 2-0. The Scouts outshot the locals, 5-2, as Smith made three saves in goal.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

The Schuylkill Valley High School girls’ volleyball team lost a pair of matches last week and are 3-4 in the Berks League and 4-6 overall.

On Sept. 26, the Panthers were defeated by Brandywine Heights, 3-2 (17-25, 17-25, 25-20, 26-24, 24-22.

Kristen Keller led the way for Schuylkill Valley with 20 kills, 12 digs, three aces and two blocks. Annika Hemdal added 13 kills, six aces and two blocks while Abby Boyer added five kills and 52 assists.

On Sept. 30, Schuylkill Valley fell to Daniel Boone, 3-1 (16-25, 25-18, 26-24, 25-22). Hemdal had eight kills, 10 digs and two aces for the Panthers, and Boyer added two kills, five digs , five blocks, five aces and 25 assists.

BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Schuylkill Valley High School boys’ cross country team dropped two of three in a quad-meet on Sept. 24. The Panthers were defeated by Governor Mifflin, 21-37, and Wyomissing, 26-29, but defeated Fleetwood, 22-33.

Finishing in the top 15 for Schuylkill Valley were: Clay Stabolepszy, fifth; Glen Heck, sixth; Christopher Yeshulas, 14th; and Jacob Waltz, 15th.

The Panthers are 4-5 on the season.

GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Schuylkill Valley High School boys’ cross country team dropped two of three in a quad-meet on Sept. 24. The Panthers were defeated by Governor Mifflin, 17-46, and Wyomissing, 18-42, but defeated Fleetwood, 24-33.

Finishing in the top 15 for Schuylkill Valley were: Hannah Beatty, seventh; and Rachael Borden, 14th.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

The Schuylkill Valley High School girls’ tennis team completed the Berks League regular season with a 7-0 loss to Daniel Boone on Sept. 24. The Lady Panthers finished at 4-1 in the league and 6-7 overall.

Tulpehocken

BOYS’ SOCCER

The Tulpehocken High School boys’ soccer team dropped two of three matches last week and is 3-2-1 in the Berks League and 5-7-1 overall.

The Trojans began the week with a 7-0 league loss to Wyomissing. The Spartans outshot the Trojans, 10-3, as Joshua Daub and Isaiah Bewley shared time in goal for Tulpehocken.

On Sept. 20, Tulpehocken traveled to Antietam and came home with a 1-0 victory. Daniel Witmer scored the lone goal of the match with an assist going to Kevin Berry.

Tulephocken outshot Antietam, 9-7, as Bewley made three saves in goal to record the shutout.

On Sept. 28, Tulpehocken was blanked by Manheim Central, 4-0 in non-league contest.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

The Tulpehocken High School girls’ soccer team won two of three matches last week and are 6-1 in the Berks League and 13-1 overall.

The Lady Trojans began the week with a home match against Antietam. Thanks in part to a five-goal first half, Tulpehocken cruised to an 8-0 victory.

Allyson Evans, Stacy Martin, Victoria Stump and Kailee Ziegler each had a goal and one assist for the winners, while Kendra Benzel, Maura Knipple, Myriah Troutman and Kaitlyn Yoder all had one goal scored. Madison Miller and Kristen Ziegler each had one assist.

Tulpehocken dominated the match, outshooting Antietam, 22-0. Shayna Bashore, Jamie Fisher and Darian Gordan all shared time in goal for Tulpehocken.

On Sept. 28, Tulpehocken defeated non-league opponent Elco, 3-0. Benzel and Stump each scored a goal and Troutman had an assist. The other goal was an own goal by Elco.

The Trojans then traveled to Mertztown to take on division rival Brandywine Heights on Sept. 30. Brandywine handed Tulpehocken its first loss of the season, 1-0.

Tulpehocken outshot Brandywine, 4-1.

FIELD HOCKEY

The Tulpehocken High School field hockey team lost two of three games last week. The Trojans are 3-2 in the Berks League and 6-8 overall.

Tulpehocken began the week with a 1-0 loss to Schuylkill Valley. The Panthers outshot the Trojans, 7-0, as Kayle Huey made six saves in goal for Tulpehocken.

On Sept. 28, Fleetwood defeated Tulpehocken, 1-0.

The Trojans came back two days later with a 2-0 league win over Brandywine Heights.

Ananissa Garcia and Cody Hunsicker were the goal-scorers for the Trojans with Breanne Smith picking up two assists.

Tulpehocken outshot Brandywine, 14-3, as Huey made three save sin goal for the locals.

BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Tulpehocken High School boys’ cross country team split a tri-meet Sept. 24. The Trojans defeated Kutztown, 24-33, but lost to Berks Catholic, 26-29.

Finishing in the top 12 for Tulephocken were: Nicholas Sokolovich, first; Mason Klopp, second; Jacob Hare, 10th; and James LaFollette, 12th.

GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY

The Tulpehocken High School girls’ cross country team was swept in a tri-meet Sept. 24. The Trojans lost to Berks Catholic, 15-50, and two Kutztown, 15-50.

Finishing in the top 12 for Tulephocken were: Audrey Jonas, seventh; and Rachel Bross, eighth.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

The Tulpehocken High School girls’ tennis team finished the season with a 7-0 loss to Berks Catholic on Sept. 25. The Lady Trojans finished at 2-3 in the Berks League and 3-11 overall.