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Saints Rally to Reach Baseball Finals

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In the nightcap of a BCIAA baseball semi-finals double header, No.6 seed Governor Mifflin took on No.7 seed Berks Catholic for the right to play in Wednesday’s county championship. The Mustangs turned to Tanner DeLucia on the mound, while the Saints went with junior Pop Lacey. The Saints jumped out to an early lead for the 2nd consecutive game.  Nick ... Read More »

Third Times the Charm: BC Tops Hamburg

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In the nightcap of a BCIAA baseball quarterfinals double header, No.3 seed Hamburg took on No.6 seed Berks Catholic.  The two Berks II foes had previously played twice, with Hamburg emerging victorious both times in thrilling fashion. The Hawks turned to their senior workhorse Joey Cominsky, who is a Pittsburgh commit.  Meanwhile, the Saints opted to go with Matt Dekker, ... Read More »

BASEBALL: Cominsky Leads Hamburg Past BC in Extras

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The top two teams in Berks II squared off on Monday afternoon, in what promised to be a great matchup.  The previous contest between Berks Catholic (5-2, 10-5) and Hamburg (6-1, 13-2) ended in walk-off fashion, with the Hawks emerging the victors.  This time, with the Saints playing host, they hoped to up the ante and earn a win of ... Read More »

Saints Dealt Rare Loss by Susquehanna Township

Berks Catholic Saints on Defense

In their short-lived history, which spans under three years, the Berks Catholic boys basketball team had never been dealt a loss in the District 3 playoffs.  That changed on Friday night for the two-time defending champions. An incredibly athletic Susquehanna Township team was able to upend the Saints 52-38. The No.5 seeded Indians jumped out to a 7-1 lead right ... Read More »

Wilson Boys Win BCIAA Crown

Wilson Boys Win the 2014 BCIAA Championship

In the most buzzed about game in recent history, the No.1 seeded Wilson Bulldogs took on No.2 seeded Berks Catholic for the right to call themselves county champions. Wilson would jump out to an early 7-2 lead, only to see the Saints answer with seven straight points to close out the first quarter.  After one, the Saints held a 9-7 ... Read More »

BCIAA Boys Basketball Championship Preview


On Friday night at Santander Arena, No.1 seed Wilson will take on No.2 seed Berks Catholic in the BCIAA Boys Championship game. Tale of the Tape: No.1 Wilson Record: 22-2 overall, 10-0 in Berks I Current Streak: 6 wins Starting 5: F Matt Timochenko (8.5 PPG), F Kyle Watkins (5.5 PPG), G/F Jaylin Calloway (11.3 PPG), G Sam Smith (10.1 ... Read More »

Saints Earn Berth in BCIAA Semifinals


In the opening round of the BCIAA boys basketball playoffs,  No.2 seed Berks Catholic took on No.7 Daniel Boone in front of a packed house at Wilson.  The Saints and Blazers had previously battled on January 15th, with the Saints coming out victorious behind a 53-46 score. However, from the opening tip Monday night, it was all Berks Catholic this ... Read More »

Saints Top Spartans in Backyard Brawl


In what has become affectionately known as the “Backyard Brawl” around Berks County, the Saints welcomed rival Wyomissing to LLoyd Wolf Gymnasium Thursday evening.  Both the Saints and Spartans had already clinched their respective divisions heading into Thursday’s contest. The Saints jumped out to a 7-0 lead early in the first quarter behind three-point field goals by Pop Lacey and ... Read More »

Saints Hold Off Weiser To Clinch Undefeated Berks II Season


When Berks Catholic hosted Conrad Weiser in boys hoops on Tuesday night, the Saints were looking to once again finish undefeated in Berks II play.  In fact, since the school opened its doors in the fall of 2011, the Saints had not dropped a single Berks II contest, posting a 30-0 mark during their remarkable run.  Conrad Weiser, with a ... Read More »

Foulland, Saints Too Much For Fleetwood

In the first league matchup of the 2013-2014 Berks County boys basketball season, Berks Catholic traveled to Fleetwood to battle the Tigers.   The Saints welcomed back several key players who had previously been unable to participate due to the Saints long run into the state playoffs in football.  Pop Lacey, Cooper Kutz, and Chris Warren made their season debuts ... Read More »