The Brandywine Heights Boys basketball team has a league record of 1 - 1 and an overall record of 3 - 3 as of press time.
The Bullets beat Kutztown 65 to 42 on Dec. 14.
David Moseley had all of his team-high 13 points before halftime, including eight points in the pivotal first quarter, and the Bullets (1-0) opened their season by beating the Cougars (0-3). Down 16-3 after one, Kutztown closed within five at 23-18 in the second quarter, but Brandywine pulled away again to lead 31-20 at the break and then remained unthreatened.
Kutztown's Alex Faust had 14 of his game-high 20 points during the second-quarter surge. Kyle Isamoyer hit three 3s and scored 14 for the Cougars.
William Harrison had 11 points and Adam DaCosta 10 for the Bullets.
The Bullets then beat Berks Christian 73 to 52 on Dec. 15.
Zach Sitler led three Bullets (2-0) in double-digits in a non-league win over the Lions (1-2). Sitler scored 16 points and teammates David Mosley and William Harrison scored 15 and 10, respectively.
Berks Christian was led by Daniel Klase, who scored a career-high 22 points. Kody Godsey had 14 points.
The Bullets then lost with a score of 46 to Oley Valley's 73 on Dec. 18.
Justin Snyder and Josh Wheaton scored seven points each in the first quarter to help the Lynx (1-0, 2-1) down the Bullets (0-1, 2-1). Oley ran out to a 21-4 lead after one quarter and led the rest of the way. Wheaton finished with a game-high 19 points for Oley, which also got 11 points each from Josh Himes and Doug Krouse.
Adam DeCosta scored 11 points for Brandywine followed by Kyle Smith with 10.
On Dec. 21, the Bullets beat Hamburg 44 to 39.
David Moseley scored seven of his nine points in the second quarter as the Bullets (1-1 Berks III, 3-1) turned a one-point deficit into a six-point halftime lead to beat Hamburg (0-2 Berks IV, 0-5). Moseley and Zach Sittler each scored nine points for Brandywine Heights. Marvin Cottrell scored a game-high 25 for Hamburg.
The Bullets lost to Pequea Valley by one point, 54 to 53, on Dec. 29 and then lost to Palisades, 52 to 47, on Dec. 30.