OLEY, Pa. - At Oley, Brandywine Heights visited Oley Valley to battle for control of the Berks III division. After taking a five point lead in the first quarter, Oley Valley rode a 25 point second quarter to defeat the Bullets 63-37.
Brandi Vallely scored a career high 27 points to pace the Lynx offense. Senior Courtney Dunn scored 11 points and Kayla Matuszak added 9 to round out Oley Valley's offense.
Deanna Daddona and Lizzy Leiby each had 10 points to lead the way for Brandywine Heights.
After the win, Oley Valley (5-0, 11-4) takes sole possession of first place in Berks III. Oley Valley looks to make it a three game winning streak when the team travels to Kennet High School Thursday. Brandywine Heights (4-1, 8-6) looks to get back on track Thursday at Kutztown.
Other Area Scores:
Reading High defeated Exeter 56-42
Wilson defeated Daniel Boone 59-32
Hamburg defeated Schuylkill Valley 42-29
Berks Catholic defeated Conrad Weiser 67-50
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