In field hockey, TV continued their torrid start by picking up three wins including their second straight league win, a 3-0 shutout at home over Berks champ and State AA defending champ, Oley Valley in an exciting 2-1 overtime win, which placed them in the finals against Owen J. Roberts, who beat Garden Spot, 1-0, in their opener. In the title game, the Raiders rode the continued hot scoring of Junior Anneliese Legal, who scored off an assist from Christy Miller, as they edged the Wildcats, 1-0. Legal scored two goals in both the earlier game against Oley Valley and the win over the Scouts. TV improve their record to 6-0 for the young season. In addition to the scoring of Legal and Miller, TV is receiving big contributions from a number of other key players including Jessie Heller, Kim McEwen, Heidi Zook, goalie Mandy Yocum, and, most importantly, a very solid defense.
In boys soccer, TV dropped a hard-fought, 3-2, game on the road, against their top division rival, Conrad Weiser. TV goals were scored by Derrick Fidler and Jon Ruggiero. They had no answer for the Scouts' Greg Brizak, who scored all three goals for the opposition. Next up at the Raider classic, TV won their opener behind three goals from Fidler against Antietam, 4-1. The win moved TV to the finals against Blue Mountain, who took no mercy against Schuylkill Valley in their opener as they rolled up a 10-0 win. In the title game, the first half saw few scoring opportunities for both tams. However, TV took advantage of their few chances when Fidler scored two almost identical goals when at full speed down the left side he converted two bullets and feeds into the left side of the net off fine setups from Bryan Schneider and Jeff Collman. The score remained unchained until the game's waning moments when TV's Nicholas Adams shot trickled in against a gambling defense. The final was 3-0.
In girls volleyball, the Raiders produced a splendid effort led by Kelly Cook in a tournament which they hosted against four other Berks teams. TV in pool play won seven of eight games beating Antietam, Oley Valley and Muhlenberg each in two straight games and splitting against Wyomissing, 10-15 and 15-11. In the semi-finals they were beaten by Oley Valley who later went on to capture the tournament title. Cook was named to the four-player all-tournament team for the Raiders. Earlier in the week, TV dropped a contest at home against Governor Mifflin 15-9 and 15-6, which evened their league record at 1-1. Nikki Kegerreis had three kills and three blocks for TV.
In the Raider Relays, also hosted at TV, the boys cross country team finished in the AA bracket in the 4x2 mile race. On the girls side of the ledger, TV also finished in third place but in the AA bracket. Earlier in the week, the boys harriers split in their opening league tri-meet after beating Fleetwood and just losing to Reading. Sophomore Shawn Moore was the Raiders' top runner. The TV girls squad in their opening tri-meet also split after beating Reading, 15-49, and being edged out by Fleetwood, 27-30. TV's top runners included Kelly Hoberg (third), Mere Dombach (fourth), Hanna Mast, Mere Beaton and Gillian Carter.
In golf, the Raiders entered the win column for the first time after splitting in two matches. Against Muhlenberg, TV was on the short end falling, 400-446, despite a 78 from Rich Nuse and 85 from Mike Arters In their win, Nuse and Mike Philion had the top scores. For the year their record stands at 1-7.
In football, the big story was that TV's game represented its inaugural debut on the new Raider multi-purpose home field - which represented its first home game since 1997. Before a sellout crowd, the Raiders played against new Berks I-C opponent Boyertown, which is a new entry in the field. In a relatively evenly played first half, the Raiders trailed just 12-7, despite having just one first down, which came on a 46-yard TD bolt on an off tackle run by senior Nick McDermott. In the second half and, in particular, the third quarter, however, the game belonged totally to the Bears as their ground attack chewed up much real estate resulting in two TDs to break open the game and on to a 36-13 win over the Raiders. TVs second TD game late in the contest on a 16-yard pass from Trevor Glass to receiver Justin Shupp. Offensively, McDermott was TV's top gun with 73 yards on 14 carries as well as four catches for 86 yards. He also had several long distance kick returns with an additional jaunt on a kickoff brought back by a penalty.