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Wyomissing Overwhelms West Perry in Capturing Another District Championship.

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| November 20, 2022

Coach Bob Wolfrum has the Winningest record in all of District III After the Victory.

WYOMISSING- The Spartans of Wyomissing set a few records Saturday afternoon in their astounding 63-7 win over visiting West Perry Mustangs by capturing their fourth consecutive District III 3A championship before a standing-room-only crowd, somethin

g that has never happened before. The win also gave Bob Wolfrum his 349th win, which now stands as the most in the district all-time.

Wolfrum has been at the helm for 33 years and has a record of 349-86-1. He has amassed eleven district championships in that span and one state title. The Spartans will look to possibly adding another to that resume beginning next week as they travel on the road to face District IV champion Danville Friday in the quarterfinals.

The contest did not start out well for the home team, as the Mustangs took possession to start the game and consistantly moved the ball downfield using short bursts in the run game and a few precise passes to keep the chains, as well as the clock, ticking and then at the 7:48 mark and the ball at the Spartan 46 yard line quarterback Marcus Quaker found Ian Goodling crossing the middle of the field and fired a laser between two Spartan defenders at the 25 and he sprinted into the end zone giving West Perry it’s only points of the game and a 7-0 lead. The drive took seven plays and covered 70 yards.

Then Wyomissing dominated the rest of the game by scoring 63 unanswered points primarily behind their strong running game which amassed 623 yards on 41 carries. Senior running back Charlie McIntyre lad the way with 165 yards on just five touches and scored twice. Matthew Kramer, another senior had carried the rock 14 times for 151 yards and scored three times in the first half and senior Drew Eisenhower picked up 84 yards on six carries and scored once.

After the Mustangs score, Wyomissing wasted little time as McIntyre found an opening up the gut and ripped off a 73 yard run tying the game 7-7 with seven minutes left in the opening quarter.

The next time West Perry had the ball, they were stopped by the Spartans defense near midfield by a sack of Quaker by J’Ven Willams and Ryker Jones. Wyo would then proceed to cap off a 48 yard drive in 10 plays,all on the ground, as Kramer scored from four yards out making it 14-7 at the end of the quarter.

After a missed field goal attempt by the Mustangs, allowed the Spartans to put up more points on the board as Kramer scored for the second time from 63 yards out and extended the lead to 21-7 with 7:51 left till halftime.

Wyomissing defense, came into this game just giving up seven points per game totally took out the West Perry offense which was scoring 43/game. Another three-and-out and Wyomissing had the ball at midfield, in three plays Kramer would score the last of his touchdowns from 18 yards and a 28-7 lead with 5:39 on the clock.

Then both teams went through a rash of turnovers that begun with a Ethan Brower pick of a Quaker pass at the Spartans 28, he returned it to the 43-yard line. Kramer would fumble the ball right back to the Mustangs a few plays later.

Wyomissing would then force a fumble of their own, only to give it right back as McIntyre coughed it up a couple of plays later. Brower came up with another fumble recovery after knocking the ball from Quaker. On the Spartans drive Eisenhower would bounce off a tackle and find his way to the promised land from eleven yards out making the score 35-7 as both teams headed to the locker room at intermission.

The scoring barrage continued in the second half for the home squad as Ryker Jones took a handoff and ran around the far end of the line and down the visitors sidelines for a 41 yard score and a 42-7 lead.

With 5:56 left in the third quarter McIntyre would make his way into the end zone from 63 yards making the score 49-7.

After a Chase Eisenhower 44 yard yard place the ball at the Mustangs one. William Delp cashed in and a 56-7 lead with 10:03 left in the game.

Junior running back Jeremiah Diaz would close out the scoring on this record breaking day as the Spartans broke their own record of most points scored in a district 3A championship game by surpassing the 55 they set a year ago against Boiling Springs in a 55-13 win.


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