FAHS Homecoming Teams Excel

Posted on November 6, 2013 by

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“We felt good coming into this game as a group,” Junior Zach Koenig said, starting quarterback for the Fleetwood Tigers.

After making headlines in the Reading Eagle, the Fleetwood Tigers had to back it up. They were 2-2 going into the game against Schuylkill Valley.

“It feels good to know all of our hard work is paying off,” said Junior Tyler Emge.

Zach Koenig was lighting it up all over the field. He went 17-22 for a career high of 219 yards. Tyler Emge, Fleetwood’s standout running back, set a school record for most rushing yards and carries in a game with 39 rushes and 214 yards, scoring three times for the Tigers.

“It is nice to be taken seriously once in a while as a football team,” Koenig said.

“This team has come a far way, and I’m proud to be a part of what we have going,” senior Cody Wolf said.

Fleetwood football is ranked 15th in districts, and the top sixteen make it to districts. They have some tough games coming, including face-offs against Berks Catholic, who is undefeated, and Wyomissing. Fleetwood also has winnable games against Kutztown and Blue Mountain.

“We have to be able to keep this momentum going late in the season,” Junior Thaddeus Cornick said.

The Fleetwood boys soccer 5-0 (7-3-1) are doing extremely well too. They played Twin Valley. Fleetwood scored in the opening minute of the game.

“We have unbelievable talent all over the field,” Junior Austin Young said.\

Later on in the half, Fleetwood scored two more times, making it 3-0 going into the break. Junior Mitch Kinek, the leading goal scorer for Fleetwood, had two goals in the game. The final score of this game was 4-0.

“It’s fun to be a part of this team,” Junior Tyler Rapposelli said.

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