District 3 Wrestling Champs!
Exeter Def. Cedar Cliff in District 3 finals
Boys Bowling takes 2015-16 BCIAA Title
Exeter Softball Ranked #1 District 3 6A!
After undefeated regular season and second place BCIAA finish, the Eagles finished ranked #1 in District 3!
PennLive's District 3 wrestler rankings, Class 2A: Jan. 18 edition trib.al/AokUSN7
6:56 PM - 18 Jan 18
The @ExeterAthletics at Schuylkill Valley boys basketball game is postponed to February 3.
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The @ExeterAthletics girls basketball game at Muhlenberg is postponed to tomorrow. Varsity game only at 5pm.
8:29 PM - 17 Jan 18
Early dismissal schedule this week is being revised.Thurs, Jan 18 and Friday, Jan 19 now full student days. Mon Jan… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
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@ExeterAthletics boys and girls b-ball boxscores. https://t.co/eEWv0kQvLG
11:33 AM - 14 Jan 18
#berksgameday Eagles were well balanced in a win against Penn Manor Wise 16 Singleton 12 Murray 11 Javier 8 Metz 6 Eagles are now 10-4
7:51 PM - 13 Jan 18
#berksgameday Freshman Anthony Wise with a career high of 16 points leads Exeter to a win 55-48 against Penn Manor
7:48 PM - 13 Jan 18
Sports Newsmaker of the Year: Exeter wrestler beats the best to be the best Unless you're a college wrestling fan, Kyle Dake probably isn't the correct answer you'd come up with if the Final Jeopardy category was: "Cornell's greatest grappler." More than just the Big Red's best, Dake is one of the NCAA's best - of all time. He is one of just four wrestlers to win four Division I championships - and the only one to win those titles in four different weight classes. "He was one of the most special athletes I've ever coached," said Drexel head coach Matt Azevedo, who spent two years as an assistant at Cornell. "Kyle Dake's work ethic was second to none." Was. Austin DeSanto, an Exeter grad and a freshman at Drexel, has raised the seemingly unraisable bar and redefined work ethic for his college coach. "I would say I've never seen anything like it; I've never coached a kid that's even been close," said Azevedo, the amazement obvious in his tone. "(Dake) trained as hard as anybody, but what Austin does is on a different level, because of the amount of work that he does." And the relentless intensity with which he does it. DeSanto's unyielding drive is fueled by what Azevedo called his "unmatched focus" - the ability to identify a goal, view it as if wearing blinders and do whatever it takes to achieve it. The mission began March 12, 2016, when DeSanto lost to Franklin Regional's Spencer Lee in the 120-pound Class 3A state final, in what amounted to being mercy-ruled. The match ended with Lee, ranked No. 1 in the nation, winning by technical fall in the second period. Probably before Lee's hand was raised in victory, DeSanto was all-in on avenging the defeat. "I wanted to win (a rematch) every single day for a whole year," he said. One day short of that year later, DeSanto defeated Lee for the 126-pound championship. But it wasn't just that he won; it was also how he won, scoring the clinching points at the buzzer. For his dramatic victory over Lee, one of the best wrestlers in Pennsylvania history, Austin DeSanto has been named Reading Eagle Sports Newsmaker of the Year. To read the rest of the story, please check out the full Mike McGovern article on the Reading Eagle Website ...
Highlights: At Fleetwood, Davyahn Singleton led a balanced scoring attack with 11 points for the Eagles (8-4) during a convincing win over the Tigers (3-8). Nate Mercuri had 13 points and Kyle Jurgensen scored 12 to lead Fleetwood, which trailed by 13 at halftime. Wednesday, January 10, 2018 @ 6:00 PM Exeter ...
Highlights: At Reading, Briana Seltzer scored 17 points, Natavia Walker notched 12 to lead the Red Knights (1-1, 4-7) to a home win over the Eagles (0-4, 4-7). Michelle Mesquita scored 17 points for Exeter in a losing effort. Tuesday, January 9, 2018 @ 6:00 PM Exeter ...
Exeter Girls Volleyball, 2017 Berks County Champs again!!!!!!! At Wyomissing, Exeter defends its BCIAA title as Alexis Schwenk had 43 assists and five digs; Abby Campbell had 19 kills; Drew Kofke had 14 kills, 13 digs and three aces; Thressia Nixon had eight kills; Sienna Yeager had 16 digs; Blair Eckel had nine digs; Karysa Karas had eight digs and four aces in the Eagles (18-0) win over the Bullets (12-4). For Brandywine Heights, Kaitlyn Gross had eight kills and four blocks; Samantha Bradford had 15 digs and four kills; Natalie Maston had 11 assists and five digs; Caitlin Ambruster had seven assists, five digs, three kills and two blocks. Veteran Exeter head coach Jason Grove credited a quick start out of the gate — the Eagles scored the first seven points of the match, all on-serve by Sienna Yeager — for ensuring a relatively smooth transition to gold roughly one hour and forty minutes later . “We got off to a perfect start,” Grove said. “Sienna came out — she said she was nervous — and couldn’t have served any better or played any better defense to start a match. Nothing alleviates nerves like a big lead in Game 1. It’s hard to be upset with anything that happened tonight . We were pretty much in control the entire match. “Obviously this was our goal heading into the year. Brandywine put up a great fight. They’re undersized and undermanned but against us, but they played fantastic defense and they make you work for every point you get. There were no easy points.” To read the rest of the story, check out PApreplive.com's ...
TWIN VALLEY, PA Aaliyah Linfoot's shot smacked off keeper Mia Corbacio and rolled to the stick of a wide-open Peyton Halsey. The Exeter junior felt equally excited and afraid. "I was about to drive it," Halsey said, "but I was afraid I would miss. So I just nicely hit it in. It was very scary." Halsey's fear quickly evaporated as her shot found the back of the cage, giving the Eagles a 2-1 overtime win against Berks Catholic in a BCIAA field hockey quarterfinal thriller Saturday at Twin Valley. Exeter (12-6) advances to face Oley Valley in Monday night's second semifinal at Gov. Mifflin. The Lynx routed Schuylkill Valley 9-2 in the first quarterfinal game Saturday at Twin Valley. For the Eagles, Saturday's win put some shine back into a season that lost much of its luster the past few weeks. Exeter won eight of its first nine games, then dropped five of its last eight before Saturday, missing the cut for the District 3 playoffs in the process. "We've had a roller-coaster ride season," Eagles coach Lisa McCoy said. "All season, my girls have showed a lot of resilience. They battled back today." To read the rest of the story, check out this article in the Reading Eagle... ...
Quarterback Brandon Unterkoefler accounted for five touchdowns as Exeter flew past Fleetwood in a Berks Section 1 game at Don Thomas Stadium. The Eagles (2-1, 4-3) dominated from the opening kickoff, needing only three plays and 44 seconds to strike first. Running back Gage Moran accounted for 13 yards on the drive and capped it with a 4-yard touchdown run. Fleetwood ...
Highlights: At Don Thomas Stadium, Brandon Unterkoefler hit 16-of-22 passes for 271 yards and two touchdowns as the Eagles routed the Muhls for a Berks Football League Section 1 win Friday night. Unterkoefler ran for 72 yards for Exeter, which played for the first time without leading rusher Nick Sarangoulis (out for season - shoulder). Gage Moran stepped in for Sarangoulis and led the Exeter ground game with 77 yards and two TDs on 11 carries. For more on this game, please read Don Stewart's recap in Saturday's Reading Eagle. Muhlenberg ...