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Boys Soccer Power Rankings: Sept 12th

  1. Wilson (2-0, 4-1-1) 

The Bulldogs knocked off previously unbeaten Reading on Tuesday, solidifying their spot atop our rankings, as well as Berks I.

  1. Reading High (0-1, 4-1)

The Red Knights fell to Wilson in their first loss this year.  However, they are still outscoring their opponents 24-3 on the season.

  1. Wyomissing (1-0, 5-1)

The Spartans have emerged as an early favorite in Berks III after defeating a powerful Oley Valley team Tuesday.  Andrew Miller is among the leaders in Berks County with 12 goals in the early going.

  1. Hamburg (0-1, 5-1)

After winning their home tournament last weekend to improve the 5-0, the Hawks struggled against Fleetwood on Tuesday falling 2-0.  Austin Freeman leads the area with 14 goals.

  1. Exeter (1-0, 3-2)

The Eagles won their first divisional game 3-0 over Mifflin, thanks in large part to Craig Grahoski and keeper Joe Mitchell.

  1. Twin Valley (1-0, 4-2)

Despite losing their first two contests, the Raiders have bounced back nicely by winning four in a row, including the Raider Invitational tournament.

  1. Oley Valley (1-1, 4-2)

The Lynx have jumped out to a quick start this season by winning four of six.  They hope to bounce back from their loss to Wyomissing when they face Kutztown Thursday.

  1. Daniel Boone (1-1, 3-2)

The Blazers have looked strong so far as they prepare for the bulk of their Berks I schedule.  Jason Burns leads the way with 9 goals and 4 assists.

  1. Governor Mifflin (0-1, 4-1)

The Mustangs had been stellar up until they faced Exeter on Tuesday.  Mifflin will face Reading, Daniel Boone, and Wilson in their next three contests, which will go a long way in proving whether they are contenders or not.

  1. Fleetwood (1-0, 2-3-1)

The Tigers knocked off Hamburg on Tuesday, earning them a spot on this list over the likes of Kutztown.  Their next four games are against Berks Catholic, Muhlenberg, Conrad Weiser, and Schuylkill Valley, who have all struggled so far this year.

About Justin Allen

Justin Allen is a 23 year old native of Pottstown, PA. Justin is a die hard Philadelphia sports fan. Justin has also written, recorded, and performed music for the last 10+ years.