Pottsgrove students sure think their Falcons are No. 1.
Seel's Super Six
1. Pottsgrove (3-0)
2. Spring-Ford (3-0)
3. Perkiomen Valley (2-1)
4. Phoenixville (2-1)
5. Pottstown (2-1)
6. Boyertown (1-2)
No changes among the Top Four. Pottstown moved up a spot and Boyertown dropped down one after the two teams' Friday Night Fright (as in no defense) that ended up in the Trojans favor, 51-47.
Pottsgrove will be up at Boyertown this Friday night in what could be yet another high-scoring affair, while Spring-Ford entertains Upper Perkiomen in (sorry to sound repetitious) what could be yet another high-scoring affair. Boyertown is giving up an average of 38 points a game, Pottsgrove is scoring an average of 48.3.Upper Perkiomen is surrendering an average of 51.7 points a game, Spring-Ford is scoring an average of 42.
Then again, neither the Falcons nor the Rams can afford to look past this weekend. In case you lost your schedule, they face one another next week (Friday, Sept. 28th) at the 'Grove in a game many feel will decide the PAC-10 championship.
The Game of the Week, perhaps, is Perkiomen Valley's visit to Pottstown. Quarterback Rasaan Stewart is questionable, but the Vikings proved last weekend they can still get up and go with Dakota Clanagan. Pottstown proved it can generate some get up and go, too, after setting a PAC-10 record with 653 yards of offense last week.
Phoenixville will be at OJR in one of the league's more spirited rivalries. It also mark the 54th meeting between the two schools.