By Barry Sankey
BOYERTOWN — There was a lot to talk about on the bright side, from Phoenixville’s standpoint, following Friday night’s 33-0 victory over Boyertown at Memorial Stadium.
The Phantoms played a sparkling football game in all facets of the Pioneer Athletic Conference whitewash of the host Bears to spoil their Homecoming evening.
Senior quarterback Chris Demey engrineered an offense that churned out 369 yards of total offense, including 277 yards rushing, as Phoenixville built a 20-0 halftime lead and rolled from there on out. And on the side of the field, Phoenixville recorded its first shutout of the season.
The Phantoms, who faced a must-win situation while sitting on the bubble of the District 1-AAA playoff picture, raised their record to 3-2 in the PAC-10 (4-3 overall) while dropping the Bears to 1-5 (1-6 overall).
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|Boyertown's Nick Brough tries to break the tackle of Phoenixville's Brian Madden and Cole Luzins during Friday's PAC-10 football game. (Photo by Barry Taglieber)|
|Phoenixville's Sean Hesser takes a carry up the middle as Boyertown's Tyler Zilen closes to make the tackle during Friday's PAC-10 football game. (Photo by Barry Taglieber)|