By Dennis Weller
Special to The Mercury
PENNSBURG — Among all of the championship banners hanging on the
Perkiomen School gymnasium wall is one that shows just how long it has
been since the girls basketball program has won a championship.
one, which few people could remember the exact year, or even decade,
displays a Keystone Athletic Conference title in 1984.The Panthers, as
they have been known for the past three seasons after changing their
name from Indians, have come close at times since then. But even in
their good years, there has always been another team that was a little
That is expected to change this season after they
rolled through the Tri-County League regular season undefeated and
opened the league playoffs Monday afternoon with a 46-8 quarterfinal win
over eighth-seeded and winless Woodlynde School.
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