Berks Catholic sweeps Weiser; Reading boys top Exeter
On the final night of league play in Berks County, Berks Catholic swept Conrad Weiser. The Reading boys also knocked off Exeter on the road.
At Wolf Gymnasium, Nana Foulland tallied a double-double to lift the Saints (10-0, 18-3) to a 49-39 win over Conrad Weiser (8-2, 14-6) to complete a perfect run through Berks II.
Foulland tallied 22 points and 11 rebounds. He got help from Cooper Kutz, who added 11 points.
Dexter Jordan led the Scouts with 21 points. Andy Orr pitched in another 12.
BC has now won 13 straight games as they enter the county tournament.
In Robesonia, the Berks Catholic girls (8-2, 16-4) held off Conrad Weiser (7-3, 14-6) for a 50-46 victory on Tuesday.
The Saints' Katrina Balatgek led all scorers with 17 points. Devon Merritt and Brooke Wensel were also in double figures.
Kennedy Lutz paced the Scouts with 12 points.
These two teams will likely meet in the first round of the county tournament on Saturday.
In Reiffton, the Reading boys (8-2, 16-6) polished off its Berks I schedule with a 67-59 win over Exeter (4-6, 12-10).
Isael Abreu and Gil Benz were sharp for the Red Knights, recording 28 and 20 points respectively.
Daniel Garcia Jr. paced the the Eagles with 22 points. Taylor Trojanowski and Michal Menet also posted double figure scoring.
The county brackets are expected to come out later this week.
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