READING, Pa. - For the first time since 1985, Oley Valley can call itself the class of Berks County baseball. The Lynx defeated Kutztown, 5-0, on Wednesday to capture the BCIAA Baseball Championship.
Behind a three-hit shutout from Nick Distasio, the 2nd-seeded Lynx topped the cinderella-minded Cougars at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Matt Fisher drove in a pair of runs to pace the Lynx offensively.
Both teams will now turn their attention to the District III playoffs.
Police took no chances in their investigation of what appeared to be suspicious package aboard a school bus in Berks County, calling in the bomb squad for a closer look.Read More »
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