BERKS COUNTY, Pa. - The Exeter boys and Fleetwood girls soccer teams don't expect anything to change in 2014. The Eagles and Tigers figure to compete in both Berks County and District III this season.
Exeter (8-2, 14-7 in 2013) lost some very skilled seniors, especially Division I product Sam Feehrer (Air Force). But the Eagles, as is typically the case, they have a solid mix of veteran talent and young skill returning in 2014.
That should help Exeter compete for their 5th Berks I championship in the last 6 seasons.
On the girls side, Fleetwood (7-2-1, 11-8-1 in 2013) will once again be a pivotal player in a tough Berks II.
The Tigers have a senior class committed to returning them to the county final, something they won two years ago.
With great team chemistry, as is mostly the case with this team, Fleetwood shouldn't be taken lightly this season.
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