|Photo by Christine Reckner. Perkiomen Valley quarterback Rasaan Stewart evades a tackle by Methacton’s Dillen White during Saturday’s game.|
By Don Seeley
FAIRVIEW VILLAGE — Perkiomen Valley was one team supposedly coming into the season under the radar.
That big blip that popped up time and time again Saturday on the Pioneer Athletic Conference football screen was none other than Perkiomen Valley.
The Vikings simply couldn’t (and won’t, for the time being) go undetected after destroying Methacton on the ground and through the air during a 35-6 romp in both teams’ PAC-10 openers.
Behind junior quarterback Rasaan Stewart, with a season of service under his belt, looked every bit the field general by running for 98 yards and his team’s first two touchdowns while completing 14 of 18 passes for another 147 yards and a score. The smallish but swift and mighty Mark Bonomo also contributed 126 yards and one touchdown carrying the ball as well as an additional six points on a 12-yard shovel pass from Stewart.
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