Monday, September 10, 2012


Seel's Super Six
1. Pottsgrove (2-0)
2. Spring-Ford (2-0)
3. Perkiomen Valley (1-1)
4. Phoenixville (1-1)
5. Boyertown (1-1)
6. Pottstown (1-1)

No changes in No. 1 and No. 2 from last week ... neither team had much trouble in winning their second straight game. The Falcons showed they have more than just backs who can run the ball, and defense played well in forcing PJP to pass, pass, pass. Rams showed they can rely on a couple more running backs, too, and their defense continues to improve.

No. 3 Perkiomen Valley remained right where it was last week with a decisive win over last week's No. 4 Methacton. And barring any losses over the next month or so, the Vikings could be there when the PAC-10 season winds down and they travel to Pottsgrove and Spring-Ford on the final two werekends of the regular season. ...Phoenxiville, unranked last week, shoots up into the No. 4 spot after knocking off Berks Catholic League contender Exeter. ... Boyertown remains at No. 5 following its big win over Upper Perkiomen, and Pottstown comes in at No. 6 because of how dominant the Trojans were in the lopsided win over Penn Wood. ... Don't forget Pottstown visits Boyertown this Friday night.

Hill School falls out of the Super Six only because of not opening its season yet. But the Rams can sure make a statement to get back in the rankings this Saturday afternoon when they host Germantown Academy.


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