Thursday, October 4, 2012

First half of PAC-10 season has gone as advertised

By Don Seeley

Except for a handful of teams playing those so-called provisional games in early November, as well as the four teams that still line up for their traditional Thanksgiving morning game – and the fortunate few who’ll head off to greener pastures, or the turf for the postseason playoffs — the high school football season, as most know it nowadays, has essentially reached the halfway mark.
The first half revealed little, if anything, most of us didn’t anticipate from the get-go.
Pottsgrove and Spring-Ford were going to be at the head of the class, and they are. Both have been as good as expected (and the Falcons, without question, get the nod for being better at this juncture because of their shutout of the Rams last weekend). Perkiomen Valley has improved from the blip on the preseason radar screen to a legitimate contender for a Pioneer Athletic Conference title and/or berth in the district playoffs.

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