Thursday, October 25, 2012


By Don Seeley

Muhlenberg at Daniel Boone: Daniel Boone added some more starters to the IL, will likely have to rearrange its entire offensive line with literally no healthy tight ends, and have to deal with Muhlernberg's big and physical front lines. A bit too much to overcome ... MUHLENBERG.

Perkiomen Valley at Pottsgrove: Can't pick a tie, even though I'd like to. Pottsgrove is coming off two very impressive, complete-game wins, and Perkiomen Valley - from the start of the season until now - is far and above the most improved team in the area, and a very good team at that. Stewart's a gem, but so are Hudgins and Dukes. Vikings may make just one or two more mistakes than they can afford to. Pottsgrove cannot afford to misfire on extra-points, either, because it be that close of a game ... POTTSGROVE.

Phoenixville at Upper Perkiomen: Phoenixville is in a must-win situation if it's to make it back into the District 1-Class AAA playoffs, especially with Pottsgrove coming to town next week. Upper Perkiomen is improving, but isn't likely to get that elusive first win tonight ... PHOENIXVILLE.

Pope John Paul II at Boyertown: PJP is hungrier than ever for that first win. Unfortunately, Boyertown may have regained some of that much-needed confidence with that incredible fourth-quarter comeback that ran out of time at Methacton last weekend ... BOYERTOWN.

Pottstown at Spring-Ford: If Pottstown ever gets a stop'm and shock'm defense for 48 minutes, watch out. Unfortunately, Spring-Ford has too many weapons for the Trojans to deal with. Great game to watch with two exceptional quarterbacks - Pottstown's elusive Sage Reinhart, and Spring-Ford's record-breaking pocket man Hank Coyne ... SPRING-FORD.

Owen J. Roberts at Methacton: OJR is healthier than its been in weeks, but Methacton is back playing good, all-around football for the first time in a few weeks ... METHACTON.

Hill School at Mercersburg Academy: A long, long, long bus side won't help the ailing Rams, nor does a revved up Mercersburg crowd celebrating Parents Weekend ... MERCERSBURG.

Last Week: 8-0 (that's perfect)
For the Season: 50-15 (.769 - which is far from perfect)

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