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What to know about the BCIAA field hockey playoffs

Monday’s schedule: No. 7 Schuylkill Valley at No. 2 Twin Valley, 4 p.m. No. 6 Berks Catholic at No. 3 Wilson, 6 p.m. No. 8 Hamburg at No. 1 Oley Valley, 7 p.m. No. 5 Daniel Boone at No. 4 Fleetwood, 7 p.m.

Hamburg (9-9) vs. Oley Valley (16-1)

The Hawks

Who to watch: Isabella Denatala leads a balanced offense with 10 goals and five assists..

What to know: Won the Berks IV title to qualify for the county playoffs for first time since 2013.

The Lynx (16-1)

Who to watch: Karlee Howard leads the Lynx with 13 goals and seven assists.

What to know: Lost in semifinals last year to end four-year reign as county champion. … Won Berks III title. … Defeated Hamburg 6-0 on Sept. 22.

Winner meets: No. 4 Fleetwood or No. 5 Daniel Boone Wednesday..

Daniel Boone (12-5-1) vs. Fleetwood (14-3)

The Blazers

Who to watch: Hannah Huddleson has 17 goals and nine assists to lead the Blazers.

What to know: Won Berks II title to earn second straight county playoff berth.

The Tigers

Who to watch: Returning All-Berks player Casey Lynn Dewald is second in the county in scoring with 39 goals and 15 assists and has surpassed 100 goals for her career.

What to know: Berks III runner-up. … Defeated Daniel Boone 5-1 on Oct. 2.

Winner meets: No. 1 Oley Valley or No. 8 Hamburg Wednesday.

Berks Catholic (9-8) vs. Wilson (15-3)

The Saints

Who to watch: Returning All-Berks player Julia Bressler has scored more than 100 career goals but has missed time due to an injury.

What to know: Berks II runner-up received at-large berth. … Defeated Oley Valley in semifinals last year before losing to Twin Valley in championship game.

The Bulldogs

Who to watch: Kayla Wilkes leads Wilson with 16 goals and six assists.

What to know: Berks II runner-up. … Lost to Twin Valley in semifinals last year. … Defeated Berks Catholic 6-0 on Sept. 25.

Winner meets: No. 2 Twin Valley or No. 7 Schuylkill Valley Wednesday.

Schuylkill Valley (9-6-1) vs. Twin Valley (16-2)

The  Panthers

Who to watch: Anna Kate Gwiazdowski has 10 goals and six assists to lead the Panthers..

What to know: Berks III third-place finisher earned at-large berth. … Looking for first quarterfinal win since 2016.

The Raiders

Who to watch: Returning Berks Player of the Year Natali Foster leads Berks County in scoring with 47 goals and 38 assists for 132 points. She is county’s all-time assists leader with 113 and ranks third all-time in Berks with 123 goals.

What to know: Defending champions won Berks I title. … Defeated Berks Catholic in championship game last year.

Winner meets: No. 3 Wilson or No. 6 Berks Catholic on Wednesday.


Source: Berkshire mont

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