Upper Perk's Jess Spano puts a shot up at the side of the basket as a Pottstown player tries to block the attempt in Friday night's PAC-10 opener at Upper Perk.
With her team's point guard limited by foul trouble, Holly Graber did her best to make sure the Upper Perkiomen girls basketball team won its home opener Friday night.
Graber, a senior, scored eight of her team-high 11 points during the second half to help lead the Indians to a 44-39 victory over Pottstown in the Pioneer Athletic Conference.
"Holly just took over the game in the third quarter," said Pete Sovia, Upper Perkiomen's head coach. "She worked very hard on her game over the summer, and it showed."...
Perkiomen's Martynas Simanavicius takes aim at the basket as a Woodlynde player tries to stop him in last Thursday's first home game of the season. Perkiomen beat Woodlynde, 55-31.
Two weeks after transferring to Perkiomen School, Charlie Corrao says he is growing comfortable with his new environment.
On the basketball court, practice is shorter than he is used to, according to Corrao. He said the Panthers' offense features fewer set plays than his previous team. "The transition has been somewhat disruptive," said Corrao, who previously attended Souderton Area High School. "But I'm finally starting to get in the groove."...