|Mercury file photo Tyler McGuigan, top, and Spring-Ford face Boyertown in a key PAC-10 match Wednesday.|
By Don Seeley
BOYERTOWN — Tim Seislove and Pete Ventresca both have some important business to tend to before they can even begin to map out their respective game plans for Thursday night’s semifinals of the District 1-Class AAA Team Duals.
Big business, as in Wednesday evening’s Pioneer Athletic Conference battle between Spring-Ford and Boyertown.
Even though Seislove and his Rams are just behind Owen J. Roberts in the PAC-10 standings — they may as well be way, way back because it seems only a blizzard could delay OJR from a third straight title — there is the issue of beating a bitter rival like the Bears and taking some momentum into their district dual semifinal with Council Rock South the following evening.
Even though Ventresca and his Bears are, for all intents and purposes, out of the PAC-10 title chase, they’re dealing with the same issues of beating a bitter rival like the Rams and taking some momentum into their district dual semifinal against none other than Upper Perkiomen.
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