Indians' wide receiver Wyatt Brumm tries to get a few more yards with the ball after hauling in a pass in last Friday night's home game against Phoenixville.
First-year Upper Perkiomen head coach Tom Hontz admitted he had mixed emotions after last Friday's senior night contest against visiting Phoenixville.
Make no doubt about it, Hontz was very pleased with the 21-6 victory, which was the team's third straight win. The three-game win streak was the first the Indians have enjoyed since the 2006 season.
On the other hand, Hontz wasn't too happy about four turnovers, nine penalties and other miscues that have been uncharacteristic of the Tribe during their recent success....
Indians' goalie Hannah Mack blocks a shot on goal by a New Hope player in Friday's District One Class AA playoff game held at Palisades High School. Mack had 24 saves in the game.
The implementation of a fourth forward helped spark Upper Perkiomen's first goal Friday afternoon, according to head coach Jamie Warren. The tally gave the Indians the confidence to rally from a three-goal deficit, according to senior Mara Fulmer. "After the first goal, we knew we were back in it," she said.
Midway through the second half of its District One Class AA playoff game against New Hope –Solebury, and struggling to generate any offense, Upper Perkiomen got consecutive goals from Liz Fox, Kourtne Buck and Sam Dingler to force overtime....