By Jeff Stover
GRATERFORD — Scott Reed isn’t necessarily in a hurry to accord it “secret weapon” status.
Still, Perkiomen Valley’s head coach couldn’t deny how much impact the no-huddle offense the Vikings run can make on a game’s tempo and outcome. Another case in point was Friday’s Homecoming game with Upper Perkiomen, when the Vikings sprinted their way to a 47-14 victory and continued standing as one of two Pioneer Athletic Conference teams still undefeated on the season.
Scoring on seven of eight first-half possessions, PV (7-0, 7-1 overall) made quick work of its guests — both literally and figuratively. Building a 40-point lead prior to halftime, the Vikes brought the “running clock” into play the rest of the way, the highlight of the stretch run the Indians (0-7, 0-8) marching for a touchdown behind the workhorse play of tailback Aidan Schaffer.