Boyertown routed by Pottsgrove

This article can be found published on the Reading Eagle‘s website.
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Pottsgrove 56, Boyertown 6

At Pottsgrove, from the opening kickoff to the last 3.6 seconds, it was nothing but Pottsgrove as it romped over Boyertown in the PAC-10.

Boyertown could not find a chink in Pottsgrove’s armor as the Bears were held to only 115 yards, 60 of those coming in the last minute of the contest.

“They beat us up front,” said Boyertown head coach Mark Scisly. “We didn’t get off blocks, our guys were not getting their option assignments. They were getting blocked. (Pottsgrove is) a good team. A lot better than I thought they were.”

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On seven of 10 possessions, the Falcons came away with a touchdown. Starting quarterback Tory Hudgins stole the show as he ran for 104 yards and three touchdowns in the first half.

With a 49-0 cushion heading into the third quarter, Pottsgrove rotated through three other quarterbacks in the last two quarters.

Boyertown was still unable to stop the bleeding as the Falcons tacked on 14 more points.

The shutout was broken in the final 3.6 seconds with a 23-yard pass from Tyler Talkington to Dalton Hughes – a small victory for the Bears to come away with.

“If you slip up, like our guys found out tonight, you’re not stopping them,” Scisly said. “One slip-up is a big play.”


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