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Wilson boys advance, Wyo boys falter at Districts

Bulldogs roll, Spartans falter in District openers

BERKS COUNTY - The Wilson West Lawn boys picked up right where they left off as county champions with a 4-0 win over Manheim Township in their District opener. Wyomissing was not as fortunate, falling to Palmyra, 2-1, in their first-round game.

In Spring Township, the Bulldogs ran away from the Blue Streaks, 4-0. Wilson used three first half goals to put the game away early.

Rocky Elgogari, Ben Mochan, Evan Tannler and Zach Thren scored the goals for Wilson.

Wilson WL advances to the AAA quarterfinals where it will face Lampeter-Strasburg on Saturday.

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At Wyomissing, the Spartans spoiled an early goal and fell to Palmyra, 2-1, ending their season a little earlier than expected.

Trent Moyer scored 15 seconds into the game, but Palmyra scored two unanswered goals to eliminate Wyo from the District Tournament.

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Other District III soccer scores from Tuesday:

Boys -

Lampeter-Strasburg def. Reading, 2-1

Exeter def. Lower Dauphin, 1-0 (PK's)

Hershey def. Daniel Boone, 3-1

Girls -

Wilson WL def. Cedar Cliff, 3-2

Central York def. Governor Mifflin, 3-1

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District III field hockey scores from Tuesday:

Twin Valley def. Cedar Crest, 5-0

Hempfield def. Wilson WL, 2-1

Palmyra def. Hamburg, 3-0

Berks Catholic def. Bermudian Springs, 8-1

Oley Valley def. Susquenita, 2-0


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