*Teams in this division listed in order of predicted finish by division coaches.
Coach: Paul Zerbe
Years Coaching: Starting 20th season as head coach
Key Players (all juniors): D Ella Ahner, GK Abby Becker, MF Alyssa Boyer, MF Amelia
Folk, GK Lindsay Johnson, MF Autumn Lawrence, F Mackenzi Sowers, D Cami Waren,
D Sydney Zellers, MF Kennedy Zweizig
Senior Players: NO SENIOR PLAYERS THIS SEASON
Season Outlook: "We are returning quite a few starters from our division championship
from last season. Our junior class is deep and experienced, along with some talented
sophomores and promising freshmen."
Best Thing About Your Team: "What I like most about this team is its closeness and
dedication. Everyone genuinely likes each other and they pick each other up when
things are down."
Coach: Dan Stemko
Years Coaching: Starting 7th season as head coach
Key Players: GK Abby Reasoner-senior, D Syd Ott-junior, F Taylor Conroy- junior, F
Senior Players: Abby Reasoner, Lexi Webb and Maggie Schaefer.
Coach Stemko: "These three are very hard working and dedicated student/athletes."
Season Outlook: "We are looking to build on last years 8-6-2 season."
Coach: Sarah Soffa
Years Coaching: Starting 2nd season as head coach
Key Players: Easton Ferry, Emily Savitz, Riley Unger, Olivia Moyer
Senior Players: Easton Ferry Easton plans or majoring in Forensic Science after graduation. Coach Soffa: "Easton is the most hard-working player I have ever seen come
through the program. She gives her best at all times and leads her teammates to do the same. It's amazing to see the respect that her teammates have for her."
Season Outlook: "We still have an incredibly young team and are looking to rebuild the
program. We expect to better last season's record."
Best Thing About Your Team: "The best thing about my team is their work ethic and
devotion to the team. They work hard and push each other. We are truly like a
Coach: Kortney Rentschler
Years Coaching: Starting her 1st season as head coach
Elaine Mortimer: "Elaine is a well-rounded player with great vision of the field and
good leadership skills."
Kelsey Wyatt: She will be playing soccer and lacrosse at Albright College.
"Kelsey is a great defender who knows the game well and always gives 100%."
Taylor Grim: She plans to become a psychologist in the future.
"Taylor is a great player who is very strong in any defensive position."
Aydia Karas: Interesting fact: She has a pet pig that lives in her house.
"Aydia is fast and keeps opponents on their feet."
Gillian Allen: "Gillian is a very positive player who always has a smile on her face."
Dezyrae Greim: Interesting fact: She was a wrestling manager.
"Dezyrae is a very kind player who is always willing to try her best and learn
Season Outlook: I am so excited to be coaching at Oley. Our team is determined and ready to give 100% every game. I can't wait to see how these girls and the team as a
whole improve over the course of the season.
Best Thing About Your Team: "Our positive attitude and determination is our best
Coach: Jason Bagenstose
Years Coaching: Entering 16th season as head coach
Key Players: D Zoe Gannon-senior, MF Abbey White-senior, MF Emily Starr-senior, F Tori
Cloey Fleming: "Cloey has been an important part of the team for 4 years. She has a
great sense of humor and is always smiling and working hard."
Zoe Gannon: "Zoe is the leader of our defense and has grown into a true team leader
and captain, with her outstanding play and her work ethic and dedication in the
Heather LaFaver: "Heather is the epitome of a team player. She gets along well with
everyone and loves being on the soccer team. She's just a great all-around person."
Sam Lisa: "Sam joined the soccer team last year and has been a great addition. She is
a relentless worker and has improved drastically in a little over a year."
Abby Searfoss: "Abby also joined our team for her junior season and quickly became
one of the most dedicated off-season players. She continues to improve each day!"
Emily Starr: "Emily has been a solid varsity starter for three years, with her speed and
aggression. She has embraced her role as a team captain this year, as well."
Abbey White: "Abbey is the anchor of our midfield, with her excellent shooting and
distribution skills. She loves the game, and has embraced her role as a team
Season Outlook: "Solid senior leadership from the team's 7 seniors should help 17
freshmen get acclimated to high school soccer. Team should continue to improve
throughout the season."
Best Thing About Your Team: "This group of girls gets along really well and they have a
great sense of humor. They love playing soccer, as evidenced by the impressive turn-
out at summer work-outs. Every session is a lot of fun as they continue to develop
Coach: Doug Miller
Years Coaching: Entering 27th season as head coach
Key Players: F Aliyah Serrano, MF Journee Haynes, D Olivia Malone, MF Natalia Moll, D
Gia Glembocki , D Anna Dalsandro, GK Caitlyn Williams
Senior Players: Aliyah Serrano, Journee Haynes, Olivia Malone, Erin Horack
Season Outlook: "Hope to do well in the division and make it into Districts with the
strength of our schedule."
Best Thing About Your Team: "They get along very well as a group and work hard for
Coach: Mark Reightneour
Years Coaching: Entering 2nd season as head coach
Key Players: The Blazers are returning all starters this year: GK Jenna Heasley,
Defenders Hailey Kaba, Lyndsay Surkosky, Emma Kay, and Liz Tranni
Midfielders Nicole Brown, Erin Griffin, and Gabby Fontana
Forwards Nylah Cody, Kiley McEntee, and Lily Ferguson.
Nicole Brown: "Great all-around player and leader with all the tools. Nicole could play anywhere on the field and be effective. She strikes the ball extremely well from
Hannah Cassner: "Smart, hard-working player who knows where she should be on the
field at all times."
Jenna Heasley: "Strong goalkeeper and good ball handler and always calm in the net. Jenna is also a very good field player."
Hailey Kaba: "Center defender with great athleticism and speed. Hailey is a calm,
confident defender who rarely gets beat."
Grace Miller: "Versatile player who works hard on the field every day. Grace can play
any position on the field."
Becca Morris: "Extremely smart soccer player and hard worker. Becca strikes the ball
well from distance."
Lyndsay Surkosky: "Lyndsay works hard on defense and never takes a play off. She
makes great overlapping runs from the defensive position."
Season Outlook: "The Lady Blazers have a very deep team this year and expect to be
very competitive in Berks 2 and should give all Berks County teams a competitive
Best Thing About Your Team: "Depth. We have much more depth this year and a very
strong freshman class that will contribute throughout the season. I believe that our depth
will allow us to out-work many other teams."
Coach: Dan Houck
Years Coaching: Entering 12th season as head coach, his first since 2014
Key Players: Emely Pichardo, Allie Painter, Jessica Johnson, Solmari Peguero
Senior Players: Emely Pichardo, Veronica Lyons, Zoey Garcia
Season Outlook: "Improve upon last season and build up the program numbers."
Best Thing About Your Team: "Desire to get better."
Coach: Ed Deren, Jr.
Years Coaching: Entering 28th season as head coach
Key Players: Stella Mollica, Mady Frey, Adriana Lepera, Jude Galvin and Olivia Swartz
Natalie Davis- Goalkeeper "Natalie is a dedicated, hard-working goalie that always
supports her teammates and leaves it all out on the field.”
Mady Frey- Forward “ Mady faced the adversity of an ACL injury and will be a dominate
player her senior year.”
Helena Kasapidis-Defender “Helena is an athlete that always puts team first with an
Eliza Stauffer-Defender “Eliza has a desire to improve every day at practice and
games, her work rate is an example for her peers.”
Ava Brower-Forward “Ava is a dangerous forward that has the ability to change a
game with her pace and intense desire to compete.”
Nina Janowski-Defender “Nina is the player that will accept all challenges and give
100 percent effort to be successful!”
Abby Naugle-Defender “Abby has a positive attitude and will assume whatever role is
required for her to contribute to the team.”
Stella Mollica-Defender “Stella is the heart of our defense and has earned the respect
of her peers through her tireless work ethic.”
Adriana Lepera- Midfield “Adriana is a game-changing player with the ability to create
goals and set up her teammates, her creativity on the ball is amazing.”
Zoe Perella-Forward “Zoe is a tenacious forward that is always working to improve her
game, her work rate is unparalleled on the pitch.”
Roxi Hohl-Forward “Roxi is a tremendous teammate on and off the field, she has a
positive, team-first attitude.”
Sophia Rivera-Defender “Sophia is an intelligent defender that always has knack for
putting herself in the proper position.”
Season Outlook: Contend for division, county and district title
Best Thing About Your Team: "The fierce loyalty they have has friends on and off the
Coach: Charles Messner
Years Coaching: Entering his 3rd season as head coach of team
Key Players: MF Ella Messner-senior, F/MF Taylor Mentzer-junior, F/MF Marina
Messner-junior, F Jaci Hunsberger-senior, D Violet O'Donald-senior, D Morgan Truckermiller-senior, Olivia Haynes-senior
Ella Messner: "granddaughter of head coach, 4-year starter...excellent passer and
Violet O'Donald: "3-year starter, excellent defender, and can play midfield also."
Jaci Hunsberger: "2-year starter, good speed and good passer."
Morgan Truckermiller: "4-year starter, good all-around athlete, can play several
Olivia Haines: 2-year starter, with excellent speed."
Arial Charles: "1st-year starter in the midfield, and still improving"
Season Outlook: "Tough division with only Wilson, Gov. Mifflin and Exeter. Decent team
if we can stay away from injuries. Good 9th grade class."