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Red Knights Advance to BCIAA Baseball Championship

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  In the first game of a BCIAA baseball semi-finals double header, top seeded Wilson took on No.4 seed Reading.  The two squads had split the regular season series 1-1, with the home team earning the victory each time.  This time, in front of an electric crowd at First Energy Stadium, the two teams looked to earn a victory at ... Read More »

Wilson Earns PIAA Berth With 4th Win Over Reading

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There has certainly been no shortage of Wilson vs. Reading basketball games this season.  The two squads had previously played three contests heading into Tuesday night’s District 3 playback game.  The Bulldogs had won each of the previous games and were looking to deny Reading’s wishes that the fourth time would be the charm. Wilson jumped out to an early ... Read More »

Reading and Conrad Weiser Quarterfinals Showdown

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The second of the evening’s BCIAA quarterfinals doubleheader, Reading met Conrad Weiser in what promised to be a spectacular showing of Berks high school hoops. The first half of play offered great back and forth action between No. 4 Reading and No. 5 Conrad Weiser. The Scout’s Andy Orr shot for 10 points during the first quarter of play, leading ... Read More »

Red Knights Top Boone For Fifth Straight Win

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The Reading Red Knights welcomed Daniel Boone to the Geigle Complex on Friday night in what would be the final home game for a handful of seniors. The Blazers would jump out to an early lead against a senior-laden Red Knights starting lineup.  Reading coach Rick Perez called timeout with his team trailing 16-13 with 1:09 remaining in the first ... Read More »

Basketball Players of the Week, Jan 1-7

Boys Berks I Meme Burdine, Reading Burdine has been a crucial part of the Red Knights offense in their two wins this past week. Burdine scored 20 points in the win over Easton on Saturday and added a team-high 13 on Tuesday against Muhlenberg.  The Red Knights now boast a 7-4 overall record. Berks II Cartier Talford, Conrad Weiser Largely ... Read More »

Boys Basketball Roundup: 12/28

Wilson 58, South Philadelphia 39   Top Performers: Wilson: Jaylin Calloway (20 points) South Philadelphia: Rasul Jackson (8 points)   Next Game: Wilson (8-0, 2-0) vs Cocalico, Monday   Boyertown 76, Gov. Mifflin 60   Top Performers: Boyertown: Tyler Bauman (34 points) Gov. Mifflin: Stevan Rodriguez (21 points)   Next Game: Gov. Mifflin (2-7, 0-2) vs Twin Valley (2-5, 1-1), ... Read More »

Boys Basketball Roundup: 12/27

Wilson 63, Central York 60 OT   Top Performers: Wilson: Travaun Coad (22 points, GW Shot) Central York: Sam Saxton (16 points)   Tournament Notes: The Bulldogs trailed 29-12 at halftime before exploding in the second half to force overtime. Travaun Coad made a three point FG in the closing seconds of overtime to give Wilson the win.  The Bulldogs ... Read More »

Boys Basketball Roundup: 12/20

Reading 72, Gov. Mifflin 62   Top Performers: Reading: Israel Abreu (21 points, 12 rebounds) Gov. Mifflin: Reid Hoff (21 points, 6 rebounds)   Next Game: Reading (3-3, 1-1) vs Easton, Friday 1/3 Gov. Mifflin (1-4, 0-1) at Brandywine Heights, Saturday   Thomas Jefferson 62, Fleetwood 36   Top Performers: Thomas Jefferson: Charlie Schardo (24 points) Fleetwood: Matt Hook (7 ... Read More »

Boys Basketball Roundup: 12/17

Wilson 59, Reading 48   Top Performers: Wilson: Travaun Coad (28 points, 9 rebounds) Reading: Tyree Gibson (12 points, 4 rebounds)   Next Game: Wilson (3-0, 1-0) vs Muhlenberg (1-3, 0-0), Friday Reading (2-3, 0-1) vs Gov. Mifflin (1-3, 0-0), Friday   Berks Catholic 70, Schuylkill Valley 25   Top Performers: Berks Catholic: Chris Warren (15 points, 7 assists) Schuylkill ... Read More »

Reading Unable to Top Chester

It’s not often we are treated to a game with all the feel of a state playoff game in December, but Friday night everyone at the Bollman Center got to see a matchup of perennial powerhouses Reading and Chester.   Reading was able to stay with last year’s state runner-up for most of the game, and jumped out to an ... Read More »