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August 22, 2019
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Week 2 Storylines: Section 1

Are the Exeter Eagles for real?
The Exeter Eagles have gotten off to a hot start as they moved to 2-0 with a win over Phoenixville Friday.

With a large offensive line, featuring senior Ryan Vogel and sophomore Michal Menet, the Eagles have done a great job blocking for new quarterback Chase Yocum. Yocum has thrown for 261 yards and 3 touchdowns while rushing for 235 and 6 touchdowns.

Robbie Devich has been a pleasant surprise as a wide receiver for the Eagles, collecting 5 receptions for 149 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Matt Hampton has 6 rushes for 131 yards and 2 touchdowns as a second option behind Manny Soto in the running game.

Defensively, the Eagles have been led by Michal Menet and Nathaniel Weber, who have been racking up sacks.

Exeter heads into an early bye week and has to be feeling good as they have outscored their first two opponents by a total score of 83-21.

“Weis Guys” as Good as Advertised
The Scouts have proven early on that they can ground and pound with anyone. Alex Guilbe (39 carries, 315 yards, 1 touchdown) and Aidan Brosious (23 carries, 211 yards, 6 touchdowns) have been among Berks County’s leading rushers in the early going.

The Weiser defense has been as good as advertised so far. Led by Aaron Sadowski and Malik Shivers, the Scouts have not given any ground to opponents thus far. They will look to build upon their hot start when they face Fleetwood on Friday.

Bright Spot for Boone
The Blazers got into the win column on Friday with a big win over Owen J Roberts, 35-7. Boone saw great contributions sophomore quarterback Nick Hughes, who passed for 214 yards and a touchdown in the victory.

Hughes has now thrown for 336 yards and 3 touchdowns on the season. Hughes has looked pretty impressive for a sophomore without game experience coming into the season.

Senior Kyle Myers had 24 carries for 186 yards and also 5 catches for 58 yards, while totaling 4 touchdowns.

Having a great downhill runner like Myers, who can also catch passes out of the backfield, will be very beneficial to the young signal caller.

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.