In boys cross nation, Eketer sophomore Chase Choudhri completed fifth all round with a time of 16:13.33 at the Ben Blosser Bulldog Invitational at Huge Spring Higher College.
For girls cross nation, Exeter senior Gabby Keith completed sixth with a time of 19:06.38 at the Ben Blosser Bulldog Invitational at Huge Spring Higher College.
In field hockey, Wyomissing sophomore Ella Anders had an impressive efficiency, scoring 4 objectives and assisting on 5 in 4 games, all of which resulted in wins. She had 1 help in a two-1 win more than Hamburg, 1 target and 1 help in a four- win more than Kutztown, 3 objectives and 1 help in a six-1 win more than Brandywine Heights and two assists in a five- win. victory more than Tulpehocken.
In soccer, Schuylkill Valley junior Logan Nawrocki led his group to victory with an impressive efficiency. He completed 11 of 14 passes for 224 yards and 5 touchdowns in the Panthers’ 49-21 win more than Cooktown.
In golf, Wilson senior Kayla Maletto had a standout efficiency, shooting a five-below 44 by way of 12 holes to enable the Bulldogs safe a 201-256 victory more than Brandivine Heights.
In boys soccer, Brandywine Heights junior Zach Fratrick had a standout game, scoring six objectives in the Bullets’ 7- win more than Antietam. He also contributed 1 target in a loss to Ole Valley.
On the girls soccer side, Schuylkill Valley freshman Presley Finkbiner had an impressive efficiency, scoring 5 objectives and dishing out 4 assists in the Panthers’ 4 wins. She had two objectives and 1 help in a four- win more than Berks Catholic.
In girls tennis, Hamburg junior Mia Gassert had a productive outing, going three- at No. 1 singles and three- at No. 1 doubles to enable the Hawks safe wins more than Kutztown, Tulpehocken and Daniel Boone. Gassert teamed with Julia Bucheit at No. 1 doubles for every single match.
In girls volleyball, Fleetwood sophomore Kylie Holman played a important function in her team’s results, contributing 5 kills, eight digs, 4 aces and 34 assists in a three-two win more than Schuylkill Valley, along with 3 kills. two aces and 16 assists in a three- win more than Wyomissing.
In boys water polo, Reading Higher junior Trey Stricker led the Red Knights to a 15-13 victory more than Penn Charter with 12 objectives and 1 help in the Perkiomen Valley tournament. Stricker also contributed 4 objectives in Reading High’s eight-four win more than Perkiomen Valley.
In girls water polo, Wilson senior Mikaila Arthur had an impressive efficiency, scoring 5 objectives and dishing out 1 help in the Bulldogs’ 13-two win more than North Allegheny in the Erie tournament. Arthur also contributed 4 objectives in Wilson’s ten-1 win more than Cathedral Prep, 1 target and 1 help in a 15-five win more than McDowell, 1 target in a 7-two win more than Fairfield and 3 objectives in an 11-four win more than Muhlenberg.