By Darryl Grumling
|Pottsgrove QB Tory Hudgins|
Pottsgrove has maneuvered through its first four opponents like a plow through corn.
Spring-Ford, likewise, has pretty much taken care of business in impressive fashion.
And now that the tune-up formalities are over with, the Falcons and Rams can finally prepare for this week’s showdown for Pioneer Athletic Conference supremacy.
Heading into Friday night’s much-anticipated clash at Pottsgrove, the Falcons (3-0 PAC-10, 4-0 overall) have outscored their opposition 200-27, including three straight 50-plus-point efforts.
That said, Pottsgrove coach Rick Pennypacker still sees plenty of room for improvement.
“Our kids are getting better, but they are not there yet,” Pennypacker said. “Our young kids are still learning and working to get better. This will be a test for them.”
As it likewise will be for the Rams (2-0, 4-0), who had to rally for a 31-20 Week One victory over Whitehall before following that up with three relatively easy wins by a combined margin of 127-37.
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