READING, Pa. - Berks Catholic (5-0) head coach Rick Keeley said Blue Mountain was going to be the toughest team his Saints have played this season.
That was last week.
B.C. took care of the Eagles 30-13 and now face their new greatest challenge, Schuylkill Valley (5-0).
Both teams are undefeated heading into one of the most pivotal showdowns within Berks II.
The Saints are adopting that kind of "big game" attitude.
Berks Catholic knows this game will show them just how legit they are.
How they measure up with the rest of Berks' elite.
They also know that to have a chance against the Panthers, they'll have to slow down an offense that is effective in both the passing and rushing attack.
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