Weekend Provided Pottsgrove High School Sports 3-Fer
The state champion Pottsgrove boys cross country team Saturday with its medals, and the winning judges’ score sheet, via Instagram from Bryce Edward.
Tiara, via Twitter, shows she knew early on who would win the Friday football game.
POTTSTOWN PA – To simply call the last three days “winning” ones for Pottsgrove High School sports teams would be gross understatement, Pottsgrove School District Director of Athletics Gary DeRenzo noted Sunday (Nov. 4, 2012).
The boys cross-country team won its first state championship. The varsity football team was crowned as Pioneer Athletic Conference (PAC-10) champions. And the boys soccer team moved one step closer to its own championship season. In short, DeRenzo said, “the Pottsgrove School District had a very busy weekend.”
Pottsgrove High School boys’ soccer
The team won its semi-final match Saturday (Nov. 3) 4-0 over Springfield (Montgomery County) in the District I Class AA playoffs at William Tennet High School and will now face off against Holy Ghost Prep. That game is scheduled for tonight (Monday, Nov. 5) at 7 p.m. in Souderton PA.
Racing Saturday at the Parkway Cross Country Course in Hershey PA and led by Ian Yanusko, the Pottsgrove team won by 3 points (96) over Grove City (99) and rest of the field in the 2012 PIAA Class AA Cross Country Championships. For Pottsgrove, coaches Larry Rechtin and Marilyn Eaton, and the entire team, it represented the first state championship win for the district.
The cross country score sheet, up close, from Bryce Edward via Instagram.
Pottsgrove High School football
The Falcon football team Friday (Nov. 2) defeated Phoenixville by a score of 24-7, capping off a perfect season for Pottsgrove and accompanied by its eighth PAC-10 championship in the school’s history. The Falcons next host the Panthers of Strath Haven on Friday (Nov. 9) in the opening round of the PIAA District 1 playoffs.
Pottsgrove residents and students should be aware that neither a PAC-10 pass or Pottsgrove ID will be accepted for admittance at this Friday’s game. Tickets are $5 for adults and students alike, and all spectators must purchase a ticket to enter.
Photos via Instagram from Bryce Edward (2) and Tiara via Twitter