|Pottstown's Monroe Hampton breaks off a run Friday.|
By Barry Sankey
PHOENIXVILLE — Phoenixville’s defense spent the week preparing to play against Pottstown’s high-powered offense, which includes a potent running game and a strong passing attack as well.
The Phantoms knew they had to contend with the area’s top-rated quarterback in Sage Reinhart as well as the leading rusher in Monroe Hampton plus the Trojans’ other weapons.
Phoenixville exerted better pressure along the defensive front in establishing a 21-7 halftime lead and utilized its own productive running game plus some big momentum-changing plays on offense, defense and special teams to crank out a 42-27 victory Friday night at Washington Field.
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