Berks high school sports honor roll: April 12, 2021 | High School Sports


Muhlenberg junior Sean Levan went 3-for-4 with four RBIs against Oxford for the undefeated Muhls; drove in three runs and picked up the save against Daniel Boone; threw a two-hitter and had an RBI double against Conrad Weiser; and doubled and scored two runs against Blue Mountain.

Field hockey

Reading High senior Juana Jimenez was the leader of a defense that ended a winning season with a 1-0 loss to Chetenham.

Boys lacrosse

Exeter sophomore attack Ty Yonas had 16 goals and 16 assists as the Eagles won each of their four games to improve to 5-0.

Girls lacrosse

Gov. Mifflin junior attack Mia Beilhart had 15 goals and 13 assists as the Mustangs won each of their three games to improve to 4-0.

Boys soccer

Reading High sophomore Jose Serrano scored the winning goal in overtime against Penn Wood in the United X League semifinals.

Girls soccer

Reading High sophomore Ebony White scored a goal in the United X League semifinals and in the championship game.


Schuylkill Valley senior Paige Forry struck out 13 in a five-inning one-hitter against Reading High and pitched a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts to go with a two-run home run in a win over Berks Catholic.

Boys tennis

Exeter sophomore Teddy Snyder went 3-0 at No. 1 singles, including wins over Berks Catholic’s Sam Robertson and Conrad Weiser’s Fox Bryan.

Girls tennis

Reading High sophomore Ashley Retana went 3-0 to win the United X League girls singles championship.

Boys track

Exeter senior Matt Hoffman took first in the discus, fourth in the shot put and fifth in the javelin at the Coatesville Invitational.

Girls track

Twin Valley sophomore Sarah Ann Miller finished in 58.67 and placed second in the 400 at the Coatesville Invitational. It’s the fifth fastest time in the state this season.

Boys volleyball

Wilson senior Brady Hart had six kills, three aces and one block in a win over Reading High and had eight kills in a victory over Gov. Mifflin.

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