Playoff Honor Roll

Semi-Finals/Finals

Adalia and Chanel Hercules (Fleetwood): older sister Adalia scored the equalizer and younger sister Chanel scored the game-winner in the Tigers 2-1 semifinal win over Conrad Weiser.


Grace George (Conrad Weiser): the leading scorer in Berks County tallied her 28th goal of the season to give the Scouts an early lead in their 2-1 loss to Fleetwood.


Katelyn Dreibelbis (Governor Mifflin): stopped 8 of 9 shots faced, giving the Mustangs an opportunity to dethrone the defending champion, Wilson, before falling in overtime in the semifinals.


Alison Berkel and Natalee Vicari (Wilson): scored one goal each in the Bulldogs 2-0 win over Fleetwood, leading Wilson to their second consecutive county championship.


Kayla Pennington, Katie Fry, Nicole Kutz, Kelsey Moschak and keeper Alexis Solt (Wilson): Defenders and goalkeeper helped lead Wilson to the county title; limited the opportunities of all three opponents


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Playoff Honor Roll

County Playoffs-1st Round

Olivia Conover: Governor Mifflin

 Put the Mustangs in front to stay, scoring in the first half of their 2-0 first round defeat of Berks Catholic. 


 Adalia Hercules and Madison Stump: Fleetwood

 Hercules recorded all three of the Tigers’ goals in their 3-0 first round win over Tulpehocken. Stump added two assists for Fleetwood and led the defense to a shutout.


 Grace George and Olivia Malone: Conrad Weiser

County leading scorer George scored a hat trick as the Scouts downed Twin Valley 6-1. Malone did an excellent job controlling the pressure in the center of the field, in front of the defense, making  the defenders' job easier. 



 Jailene DeJesus: Wilson

 Scored the game-tying goal late in regulation and the game-winning goal in overtime as the Bulldogs got by Wyomissing 2-1 in a first round match-up. 


     

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Weekly Honor Roll

September 30-October 5

Rebecca Kotula (Wyomissing): Scored 2 goals and dished out 4 assists as the Spartans defeated Kutztown and Schuylkill Valley.


Adalia Hercules (Fleetwood): Scored the only goal of the game as the Tigers handed Conrad Weiser their first league loss of the season.


Natalee Vicari (Wilson): Provided 2 goals in the Bulldogs 4-0 win over Governor Mifflin, creating a tie for the Berks 1 lead.

Rachel McNamee (Twin Valley): Tallied a hat trick in a 6-0 win over Reading and scored the lone goal as the Raiders defeated Exeter to move into third place in Berks 1. 

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Weekly Honor Roll

September 23-28

Zoe Perella-Governor Mifflin: Scored a hat trick in a 6-0 win over Reading, as the Mustangs improved to 7-0 in league play.

Chanel Hercules- Fleetwood: scored 2 goals, including the game-winner, in the Tigers 3-2 win over Schuylkill Valley. 


Alexis Swavely- Kutztown: Posted back-to-back shutouts, leading the Cougars to 1-0 wins over Brandywine and Hamburg.

Kelsey Moschak-Wilson: Led the Bulldogs with 2 goals in a 6-0 victory at Reading High.

Grace George-Conrad Weiser: Tallied 10 goals on the week, including all 5 of the Scouts goals in their win over Daniel Boone. 

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Weekly Honor Roll

September 16-21

Journee Haynes-Conrad Weiser:  Tallied 2 goals and one assist on the week, including the game-winning goal in the Scouts 2-1 double overtime victory over Fleetwood.

Hannah Hurleman-Wyomissing:  Scored 6 goals and added 3 assists in the Spartans wins over Kutztown and Pottstown.

Isabella McCooey-Twin Valley: Recorded 55 saves during the Raiders 3 games last week.

Lily Ferguson-Daniel Boone:  Scored a goal in each of the Blazers games last week, including the lone goal as Boone tied Fleetwood Thursday night. 

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WEEKLY HONOR ROLL

September 9-14

Ava Ahner and Abby Becker- Tulpehocken:  Forward Ahner scored 5 goals on the week, including a hat trick in a win over Hamburg. Goalkeeper Becker allowed only 1 goal in 260 minutes of action.


Sadie Goad and Maddie Stichter- Schuylkill Valley: Goad scored 5 goals on the week, including 3 in under 14 minutes in a win over Daniel Boone, and 2 vs. Blue Mountain. Stichter tallied 3 goals and 6 assists in the Panthers three games this week, leading the team to two wins and a tough double OT loss to Fleetwood.


Governor Mifflin defense: goalkeepers Katelyn Dreibelbis and Natalie Davis, and defenders Reagan Simock, Stella Mollica, Kirsten Musser, and Nina Janowski:  Posted 3 consecutive shutouts on the week, not allowing a goal in over 240 minutes.


Leilah Sallee and Faith Herndon- Fleetwood:  Sallee tallied 4 goals and 2 assists over three games. Herndon added 3 goals and 2 assists, including the game-winning goal in double OT vs Schuylkill Valley. 

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Weekly Honor Roll

September 2-7

Ashley Olivares-  Reading High:     scored 5 goals, leading the Red Knights to victory in the Reading Tournament.


Grace George- Conrad Weiser:    scored 5 goals, leading the Scouts to a 3-0 week.


Hannah Hurleman-  Wyomissing: scored 5 goals on the week, including 4 in one game.


Lily Ferguson- Daniel Boone:  scored three goals and added 2 assists as the Blazers went 2-0 on the week. 


Isabella McCooey- Twin Valley: posted two shutouts in net for the Raiders. 

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HONOR ROLL

Opening Weekend

Taylor Mentzer- Exeter: scored three goals and added four assists as the Eagles opened their season with a 12-2 win.


Paige Reali-Berks Catholic: scored two goals and tallied two assists leading the Saints to the championship of the Oley Valley Tournament. 


Caitlin Williams- Conrad Weiser: recorded 13 saves as the Scouts opened their season with a 3-1 victory over ELCO.

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