Wilson WL girls advance; Boyertown and Berks Catholic fall in 1st round of states
Garden Spot High School hosted two PIAA state games Friday Night and Berks County left with mixed results.
In the opening game, the Wilson West Lawn girls defeated Garnet Valley 41-34 following a Bulldog surge in the fourth quarter.
After entering the final quarter trailing 23-22, Wilson outscored Garnet Valley 19-11 to seal a first round victory.
Carley Brew led the Wilson attack with 14 points and Ivory Bailey recorded a key steal and lay-in to ice the game.
Wilson will play North Penn Tuesday night at a site to be determined.
In the second game, the Berks Catholic boys fell to Archbishop Carroll 47-42.
Nana Foulland led the Saints with a game-high 15 points.
It was the first Berks Catholic loss since December 28th. The Saints end the year with a record of 26-4.
At Milton Hershey, the Central Dauphin girls defeated Boyertown 57-39 in a PIAA quad-A first round game.
Boyertown held a 3-point halftime lead, but the Rams ran away with the game in the second half, outscoring the lady Bears 38-17.
Boyertown ends their year with a record of 19-10.
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