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Wilson, Wyomissing, Gov. Mifflin, Berks Catholic earn wins in Berks girls basketball quarterfinals

No. 1 Wilson 66 , No. 8 Schuylkill Valley 20

Top-seeded Wilson controlled the game from start to finish on Saturday at West Lawn as the Bulldogs outscored Schuylkill Valley by 10 or more for the first three quarters on the way to victory.

Sophomore Laila Jones and freshman Ryan Leaman each scored a team-high 13 points to help lead Wilson over the Panthers (15-8). Sophomore Violet Houck scored 12 points for Wilson.

The Bulldogs (22-1) held a 26-8 lead after the first quarter, a 40-11 lead after the second and a 54-15 lead after the third.

Senior Juliana Stichter scored a team-high seven points for Schuylkill Valley.

Leaman made a game-high three 3-pointers for Wilson.

No. 2 Wyomissing 46, No. 7 Reading High 36

The defending Berks Girls Basketball League champion, Wyomissing picked up right where it left off on Saturday.

The undefeated Spartans (23-0) beat Reading High (10-13) in a Berks quarterfinal at Wyomissing, marking their fourth straight county playoff victory.

Junior Amaya Stewart led the Spartans with 24 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter. Senior Annie McCaffrey finished with eight points.

With the score tied 9-9 after one quarter, Wyomissing outscored the Red Knights 11-2 in the second quarter to pull away. The Spartans led 29-20 at the half and 28-21 after three quarters.

Reading High was led by junior Tamiya Collier, who tied a career high with 21 points. She scored 17 in the second half.

No. 3 Gov. Mifflin 59, No. 6 Oley Valley 54

Gov. Mifflin overcame a slow start to beat Oley Valley on Saturday.

The Mustangs (15-8) outscored the Lynx (17-6) by 12 points in the second half to secure a comeback victory in a Berks Girls Basketball League quarterfinal at Shillington.

Gov. Mifflin led 11-10 after one quarter. The Lynx outscored the Mustangs 19-11 in the second quarter to take a 29-22 lead at the half.

The Mustangs outscored Oley Valley 23-18 in the third, cutting the deficit to 47-45. Gov. Mifflin outscored the Lynx 14-7 in the in the fourth to pick up the win.

Freshman Isabella Super led the Mustangs with 17 points. Freshman Brooklyn George scored 15 points, senior Taylor Koenig had 11 points and freshman Bridget Martin scored 10 points.

Gov. Mifflin's Taylor Koenig drives the baseline during a BCIAA quarterfinal game against Oley Valley on Saturday at Shillington. (BILL UHRICH - READING EAGLE)
Gov. Mifflin’s Taylor Koenig drives the baseline during a BCIAA quarterfinal game against Oley Valley on Saturday at Shillington. (BILL UHRICH – READING EAGLE)

Senior Morgan Snyder led Oley Valley with 20 points. Senior Dana Messner scored 11 points.

Oley Valley's Morgan Snyder hits a 3-pointer during a BCIAA quarterfinal game against Gov. Mifllin on Saturday at Shillington. (BILL UHRICH - READING EAGLE)
Oley Valley’s Morgan Snyder hits a 3-pointer during a BCIAA quarterfinal game against Gov. Mifllin on Saturday at Shillington. (BILL UHRICH – READING EAGLE)

No. 4 Berks Catholic 54, No. 5 Exeter 35

Berks Catholic clinched a spot in the Berks Girls Basketball League semifinals for the 12th straight year on Saturday.

The Saints (12-10) overcame a slow start to defeat Exeter (14-9) in a county quarterfinal at Wolf Gymnasium.

Berks Catholic trailed 11-4 after one quarter, however, the Saints outscored the Eagles 50-24 over the final three quarters. Exeter’s lead was cut to 22-21 by the half before Berks Catholic took a 38-31 lead after three quarters.

Junior Madison Langdon led the Saints with 22 points, including 16 in the second half. Senior Gianna Roberts finished with nine points.

The Eagles were led by senior Grace Reedy, who finished with 11 points. The league’s leading scorer, Reedy was held scoreless in the second half.


Source: Berkshire mont

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