Shenandoah Valley blanks Kutztown
SHENANDOAH VALLEY 37,
KUTZTOWN 0 » The Cougars fell to 0-2 on Sept. 8 in a non-league defeat at Shenandoah Valley.
Shenandoah Valley ran out to a 24-0 halftime lead while leading rusher Zach Link ran for 114 yards and four touchdowns.
For Kutztown, quarterback Charlie Maddocks went 11-for-31 for 112 yards passing and ran 10 times for 46 yards, a team-high.
Caleb Riegel had nine carries for 39 yards and Drew Miller had six carries for 18 yards.
Receiver Owen Maddocks caught five passes for 37 yards. Tyler Fisher and Bradlee Benjamin each had two receptions. The 0-2 Cougars host Pequea Valley on Sept. 15.
WYOMISSING 19.5, KUTZTOWN 4.5 » The Wyomissing boys golf team defeated Kutztown on September 7th. Nathan Hayduk had a match low 48 even par for Kutztown, defeating Wyomissing’s Kristy Bell.
BERKS CATHOLIC 2, KUTZTOWN 0 » Jose Adame-Tinoco and Jacob Painton each had a goal for the Berks Catholic boys soccer team who defeated Kutztown on September 7th. Brady Tucker had 8 saves in net for Kutztown.
UPPER PERKIOMEN 3, KUTZTOWN 0 » The Kutztown girls soccer team lost to Upper Perkiomen on September 5th. Kutztown goalie Alexis Swavely had 8 saves in the game.
KUTZTOWN 5, LINDEN HALL 2 » The Kutztown girls tennis team defeated Linden Hall on September 5th. Jillian Siefert, Emma Kyle and Brianna Wendling all won their matches in straight sets.
Kutztown quarterback Charlie Maddocks drops back to pass against Shenandoah Valley while Kutztown’s Hunter Kline tries to protect.
Kutztown’s Drew Miller tries to avoid a Shenandoah Valley tackler during their game on Sept. 8.