It will be a significant sounding. When the buzzer goes off at Pottstown High’s Grigg Memorial Field around noon Thursday, it will signal more than just the end of a football game between Pottstown and Owen J. Roberts. It will herald the end of the Pioneer Athletic Conference’s oldest Thanksgiving pairing — and one of the area’s most storied Turkey Day matchups — after almost six decades. The announcement was made on Nov. 9, through a press release from the Pottstown School District.
ROYERSFORD >> It was the end of a season, and an era, for Pottsgrove football. All on the same night. The double-finale came Friday at Spring-Ford High’s Coach McNelly Stadium, where the Falcons opened play in the PIAA Class 4A playoffs against Bethlehem Catholic. In a repeat of their 2016 campaign’s postseason, the two-time District 1-4A champs were done in by the District 11 champion Hawks, 49-14.
IMMACULATA >> Memories of their previous meeting with The Hill School were fresh in the minds of the players on the Springside-Chestnut Hill boys soccer team. No surprise there, even though the teams last played two months ago. They were still strong enough to fuel the Blue Devils’ desire to write a different ending to their prep school state-championship script. SCH did so Wednesday evening at Immaculata University’s Draper Walsh Stadium.
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FOOTBALL: Will be at Spring-Ford Friday night to watch Pottsgrove take on Bethlehem Catholic in PIAA Class 4A playoff game's first round. Falcons looking to reverse outcome of last year's playoff meeting with BeCaHi.
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