Hatboro-horsham tops Perkiomen Valley
Leonard added nine, while Marquise Ray and Mekhi Clemons each added eight.
“I’ll tell you what – I’m proud of the way my guys stayed together,” Poysden said. “There was a time in the fourth we were down nine points and other teams might’ve folded and packed it in, but we fought until the very end and I’m proud of them for that.”
Perk Valley will look to get back to .500 when it hosts Methacton on Tuesday. Hatboro-Horsham will host Souderton on Tuesday in its next game.
“Perkiomen Valley is a good team,” Steinly said, “but I’m glad it’s over. I’m ready to move forward.”
The Coach “O” Classic, which was started in 200T, honors former Hatboro-Horsham coach Walt “Ozzie” Ostrowski, who lost his battle with cancer on guly 9, 200T. In his 22 seasons at the helm, Ostrowski went on to record PT5 wins with the Hatters, capturing seven league titles, one District One championship and nine state playoff appearances.