SPRING TWP. - The high school boys lacrosse landscape has been dominated by Wilson over the last two years. The Bulldogs have won a pair of county championships and have gone undefeated through Berks County play during that span.
The expectations are just as high for the Bulldogs this season, both within the county and beyond.
Wilson played for a District 3 championship last season and made it to the state quarterfinals.
With a talented crop of players back, both young and old, the Bulldogs have their sights set on more spoils this postseason. That starts with playing their brand of lacrosse.
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