Daniel Boone foot­ball wins Eastern Con­fer­ence ti­tle; Gov. Mif­flin rolls in district opener

The Southern Berks News - - SPORTS - Staff re­ports

The Daniel Boone foot­ball team got a mea­sure of re­venge.

And a tro­phy to go with it. The Blaz­ers re­versed a reg­u­lar-sea­son re­sult against Owen J. Roberts and were vic­to­ri­ous in the Eastern Con­fer­ence 5A/6A cham­pi­onship game, 28-20, at Owen J. Roberts Nov. 2.

Casey Lacey pro­vided Daniel Boone (6-5), which fell to OJR 28-7 in Week 2, with the win­ning score on a 14-yard touch­down run with 1:43 re­main­ing in the third quar­ter and a 2814 lead. While the Blaz­ers sur­ren­dered a quick touch­down on a 54-yard re­cep­tion by Con­nor Leis­ter for OJR (6-5), they buck­led down in a score­less fourth quar­ter.

It was Lacey’s se­cond touch­down after he and quar­ter­back Tommy Buchert con­nected on a 50-yard TD pass in the fi­nal minute of the se­cond quar­ter. The score gave Boone the lead for good after Mar­cus Martin’s 10-yard TD run lev­eled the score 14-14 with 2:41 left in the first half.

Buchert did dam­age on the ground in the first half with touch­down runs of 92 and 11 yards. For the night, he rushed for 103 yards on nine car­ries while Tan­ner Van­der­slice had 93 car­ries on 25 car­ries.

Owen J. Roberts quar­ter­back Cooper Cham­ber­lain fin­ished with 188 to­tal yards on the night. He rushed for 104 yards and threw for 84 on the night as Leis­ter pulled in two catches for 65 yards.

The Eastern Con­fer­ence con­sists of mem­ber schools pri­mar­ily in Dis­tricts 3, 4 and 11. The or­ga­ni­za­tion stages four clas­si­fi­ca­tion-size de­ter­mined ‘cham­pi­onship’ games for the top schools in each di­vi­sion that did not make their re­spec­tive PIAA district play­offs. Boy­er­town won last year’s 5A/6A Eastern Con­fer­ence fi­nal. GOV. MIF­FLIN 30, EL­IZ­A­BETH­TOWN 0 >> At El­iz­a­beth­town Nov. 2, the Mus­tangs’ de­fense held the Bears to 53 yards and two first downs in a District 3-5A first-round play­off game.

Kol­bie Reeser rushed for 92 yards and two touch­downs. Nick Sin­gle­ton had 102 yards rush­ing and a score, and Stubler ran 40 yards for an­other TD. Three of ninth seed Mif­flin’s (7-4) four TDs came on fourth down.

Girls volleyball

EX­ETER 3, DAL­LAS­TOWN 0 >> At Reiffton Oct. 30, the Ea­gles swept Dal­las­town to ad­vance to the District 3-4A play­offs’ semi­fi­nal round. EX­ETER 3, SOUTH WESTERN 1 >> At Neffsville Nov. 1, the Ea­gles (19-0) ad­vanced to the District 3 Class 4A cham­pi­onship with a vic­tory over South Western. Set scores were 25-22, 25-15, 22-25 and 25-21.

Abby Camp­bell had 17 kills; Drew Kofke 15 kills; Jenna Gehris 38 as­sists; Mad­die Forry six kills, nine digs, three aces; Zoe Barna eight kills, Karysa Karas 12 digs, five aces; and Mad­die Tsakonas nine digs for Ex­eter. CUM­BER­LAND VAL­LEY 3, EX­ETER 2 >> On Nov. 3, the Ea­gles kept pace with CV be­fore ul­ti­mately fall­ing in the District 3-4A cham­pi­onship match. Set scores were 20-25, 25-13, 12-25, 25-22 amd 15-8.

For Ex­eter (19-1), Abby Camp­bell had 22 kills, 12 digs, two blocks and two aces; Drew Kofke 13 kills; Jenna Gehris 38 as­sists; Mad­die Forry four kills, 14 digs and four aces; and Mad­die Tsakonas 12 digs.

The Ea­gles faced District 1 third-place Up­per Me­rion in the PIAA first round on Nov. 6.

Boys wa­ter polo

EX­ETER 22, PEN­NRIDGE 11 >> At Al­bright Col­lege Oct. 30, Chris Sco­bo­ria had eight goals and five as­sists, Bran­don Noecker four goals and four as­sists, and Luke Sco­bo­ria had three goals and three as­sists to lead the Ea­gles (1910) past the Rams in the qual­i­fier for the state wa­ter polo tour­na­ment.

Ja­cob Ames-Han­son and Jared Weyandt also chipped in with hat tricks and as­sists for Ex­eter, which qual­i­fied for the first time in its third var­sity sea­son. Nick Grif­fith con­trib­uted 12-save goal­tend­ing. NORTH PENN 15, EX­ETER 9 >> Nov. 2, Luke Sco­bo­ria fig­ured in on six of the Ea­gles’ goals in their first-round PSWPL game with the Knights.

Sco­bo­ria had a team-high five goals while as­sist­ing on an­other. Chris Sco­bo­ria added a hat trick and as­sist while Jared Weyandt (two as­sists) rounded out the scor­ing for Ex­eter.

LASALLE 12, EX­ETER 5 >> Luke and Chris Sco­bo­ria each scored pairs of goals for the Ea­gles in a con­so­la­tion-round game of the PSWPL cham­pi­onships.

Nick Grif­fith con­trib­uted 14-save goal­tend­ing to the Ex­eter cause. EX­ETER 14, GOV. MIF­FLIN 10 >> On Nov. 3, the Ea­gles fin­ished sev­enth in the Penn­syl­va­nia State Wa­ter Polo Tour­na­ment with their vic­tory over the Mus­tangs.

Ex­eter (20-12) was led by Luke and Chris Sco­bo­ria with six and two goals re­spec­tively. Chris Sco­bo­ria also had six as­sists and Jared Weyandt added three goals.

Ai­den McCur­ley and Ja­cob Novotny each had 4 goals and an as­sist for Mif­flin (16-16). GOV. MIF­FLIN 9, SOUD­ER­TON

8>> At Al­bright Col­lege Oct. 30, Ai­dan Hassler’s four-goal show­ing keyed the Mus­tangs as they edged the In­di­ans.

Ai­den McCur­ley con­trib­uted a hat trick and as­sist for Mif­flin, whose other goals came from Sean Bach­man (three as­sists) and Ja­cob Novotny. David Smith was cred­ited with six goal­keeper as­sists. WIL­SON 13, GOV. MIF­FLIN 6 >> At West Lawn Nov. 2, Ai­dan Hassler net­ted a hat trick for the Mus­tangs in their PSWPL Cham­pi­onships first-round matchup with the Bull­dogs.

Ja­cob Novotny added two goals and an as­sist for Mif­flin, with Ben Ger­hard con­tribut­ing an­other goal. CUM­BER­LAND VAL­LEY 13, GOV.

MIF­FLIN 9 >> At Lans­dale Nov. 3, Ja­cob Novotny scored seven goals for the Mus­tangs in a PSWPL con­so­la­tion-round loss to Cum­ber­land Val­ley.

Sean Bach­man and Matthew Brown had Mif­flin’s other goals.

COURTESY DANIEL BOONE FOOT­BALL

The Daniel Boone foot­ball team won the Eastern Con­fer­ence 5A/6A cham­pi­onship over Owen J. Roberts on Nov. 2.

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