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Exeter Girls Track 2018 BCIAA Champs! 

Exeter dominated the sprints and the hurdles races and scored points from seemingly every corner of Shillington to win its first county girls team title since 1981. The Eagles amassed a staggering 185 points to beat perennial powerhouse Wilson by 39. 

Exeter Wrestling 3-Peats as County Champs! 

Exeter Defeats Reading High 46-15 then Hamburg 47-16 to take home the County Wrestling Championship for the third year in a row. 







Water Polo 


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! 

District 3 Wrestling Champs! 

Exeter Def. Cedar Cliff in District 3 finals 



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1:46 AM - 25 Mar 19

Great fun tonight @ExeterAthletics swim and dive banquet. Congrats on a great season and best of luck to our gradua……

1:04 AM - 25 Mar 19

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5:14 PM - 24 Mar 19

Junior High Baseball and Softball Tryout Information Tryouts will be on March 18th, 19th and 20th from 2:50 - 4:30 p.m. on the Lausch baseball field and Reiffton Softball Field  (baseball...

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Jr. High Girls Softball open gyms will take place at the High School Aux gym on March 11th and 13th from 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

Boys Varsity Baseball

1 month ago

ATTENTION EXETER TOWNSHIP PIAA ATHLETES AND PARENTS: ETSD sports physicals for the ‘18-‘19 Spring Season will be held in the Junior High School on Wednesday February 20, 2019.  Girls report from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, boys from 7:00 – 7:45 pm, others accommodated as needed.  No admittance without completed online registration – cashier will be checking upon entry.  Only report to physicals if this is your first PIAA sport of the school year!! The deadline for completed senior high online registration AND completed physical paperwork turn-in is February 25, 2019, 7 days prior to the start of the senior high spring season, March 4, 2019. The deadline for completed junior high online registration AND physical paperwork turn-in is March 11, 2019, 7 days prior to the start of the junior high spring season, March 18, 2019. All athletes need to complete online registration.  NO exceptions.  Online Registration is DIFFERENT from Sports Sign-ups!  Visit , scroll through Announcements on Right and click on Instructions for NEW Online Registration.  Read them, and click on Online Registration portal on Right side of screen.   See which option you need below: First PIAA sport of school year – Complete Tab 1, Tab 2, and Tab 3 choosing Sports Registration, print HH and PE forms BEFORE clicking Submit!!!! Second or Third PIAA sport of school year – review Tabs 1 & 2, then under Tab 3 choose Winter OR Spring Sports Recertification, click all needed boxes and print Sections 7 & 8 (only if injury prevented your athlete from returning to play in that same season) BEFORE clicking Submit! Recertification yields no papers to turn in UNLESS you need Sections 7 & 8 to be completed by a doctor. Sports registration yields 2 forms, one you fill out, one for the doctor to fill out – bring to physicals! Only paperwork with the BigTeams watermark will be accepted, and only after verifying completed online registration.  When you click Submit, a pop-up box will tell you if you have successfully submitted, or if your registration has been “saved as a draft” à that means there is more info to enter, please review and try again until it says, “successfully submitted to Athletics”. Incomplete online registration OR physical paperwork = No Practice/Play until BOTH are completed JHS Library will be available for anyone unable to register prior, or whose registration saved instead of submitting.  Activity Fee payments will be accepted at cashier desk (put athlete’s name, sport, grade on memo if paying with a check).  Waiver forms will also be available. **All physicals turned in after the deadline will be subject to a 24 hour administrative hold!** Address any questions to Audrey at ...

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  The Varsity and JV Girls Basketball games today at Muhlenberg are  POSTPONED  to Wednesday, January 30 at 6:00pm for JV and Varsity to follow.

Friday, December 28, 2018 @ 4:30 PM Exeter ...

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Boys Varsity Golf

7 months ago

On course golf course practice is canceled for today.  1pm team meeting is also canceled.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 @ 7:00 PM Exeter ...

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Boys Varsity Volleyball

10 months ago

Exeter Takes Down Mifflin to Capture Boys Volleyball 2018 BCIAA Title Rivals Exeter and Gov. Mifflin slugged it out for five sets before the Eagles prevailed 15-13 in the final game to win their league-best 10th championship and first since 2013. "Amazing," said sophomore settter Reese Ganter. "We've been working so hard for this, and all these guys that put in so much time all season, for all of it to pay off and get these medals and this trophy, it just means so much." The Eagles (14-2), out of the playoffs the last two seasons, made their return count by winning their 12th straight match. With a rotation of mostly underclassmen, Exeter had less experience than the senior-laden Mustangs (14-5), who were in their fifth straight championship, but stayed focused on their task. Exeter won the first and third games 25-18 and 25-20, using 6-0 and 7-0 runs to pull away. Mifflin took the second and fourth games, 25-23 and 25-21, behind key kills from Jonas Conner and Casey Klahr, to set up the fifth game. The teams went point for point to a 7-7 tie before Exeter ran off four straight. Reese Ganter had the first three on a block and two back-row kills, and a Strauss kill made it 11-7. The Eagles led 13-10 before two hitting errors got the Mustangs back within 13-12. The teams traded the next two points before the Eagles won it on Strauss' 13th kill when he tipped the ball over a block to an open spot. To read the rest of the story, please go the Reading Eagle ...

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