Bears crush PJP in PAC dual de­but

The Boyertown Area Times - - FRONT PAGE - Staff re­ports

Wrestling

BOY­ER­TOWN 72, POPE JOHN PAUL II 3 >> The Bears opened their Pi­o­neer Ath­letic Con­fer­ence dual sea­son on Dec. 19 with a dom­i­nant per­for­mance against Pope John Paul II be­hind falls from Matt Wilde, David Camp­bell, Chris Berry, Ja­cob Miller, Eli­jah Jones and Ma­son Gro­hoski.

Chris Salvo’s de­ci­sion at 126 net­ted the Golden Pan­thers their lone points.

Boy­er­town is 7-0 this sea­son and fin­ished fifth at the King of the Moun­tain tour­na­ment over the week­end.

Boys Bas­ket­ball

PERKIOMEN VAL­LEY 72, BOY­ER­TOWN 41 >> The Vik­ings were lethal from long range in hit­ting 10 3-point­ers, in­clud­ing five from Justin Ja­worski, who scored a game­high 21 points, on Dec. 20.

Tyler Stretchay hit three treys in his 13-point night for PV, which built a 41-13 lead at half­time. Sean Owens added 11 for PV.

Jerry Kapp’s 13 points were best for the Bears.

Boys Swim­ming

BOY­ER­TOWN 114, NOR­RIS­TOWN 40 >> The Bears nearly swept through ev­ery event in route to a PAC win over the Ea­gles.

Pa­trick Lance and Ivan Es­cott re­spec­tively an­chored and led-off the 200 med­ley re­lay (1:59.05) and the 200 free re­lay (1:49.65) while Owen Miller cap­tured a pair of in­di­vid­ual firsts in the 200 IM (2:27.90) and the 100 fly (1:03.81). We­ston Brousseau posted a 248 in the div­ing por­tion for Nor­ris­town.

Girls Swim­ming

BOY­ER­TOWN 125, NOR­RIS­TOWN 33 >> Cara Megill an­chored both first-place re­lays as the Bears breezed past the Ea­gles in a PAC meet.

The Bears nearly swept through ev­ery event, post­ing firsts in all but the 100 breast (Nor­ris­town’s Vic­to­ria Brousseau at 1:35.20). Along with Megill, Teresa Draves and Gra­cie McKee were both part of the 200 med­ley re­lay (2:13.61) and the 200 free re­lay (2:00.17).

NATE HECKENBERGER - FOR DIG­I­TAL FIRST ME­DIA

Boy­er­town’s Chris Berry looks for an at­tack against Clearfield.

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