Spring Sports Wrapup


Boyertown Baseball’s pitcher Trey Yesavage, sophomore, threw a complete game no-hitter with 8 strikeouts on May 2nd, as the Bears defeated Phoenixville 2-0.


The baseball team yet again saw success in the 2019 season, posting an 11-5 league record and a 15-7 overall. The season was highlighted by a 6-game win streak late in the season, a stretch in which the Bears outscored opponents 45-7, including 3 consecutive shutouts. On May 2nd, Trey Yesavage had the performance of the year, tossing a complete game, 8 strikeout no-hitter, the first for the Bears since 2014. The season came to and end with an 8-2 loss to Methacton, snapping the 6-game win streak and knocking Boyertown out of the playoffs. The varsity team consisted of 11 seniors, all making big impacts on the team that will be hard to replace, but the performance of several underclassmen showed plenty of reason for hope for the future of the team.

Softball: 7-12

The often dominant Boyertown softball team struggled a bit in 2019, going 6-7 in league play with a 7-12 overall record. The team simply couldn’t establish much momentum, only managing consecutive wins twice all season, while they unfortunately found themselves in 5-game losing streaks on 2 different occasions. They did manage to throw 2 shutouts, while being backed by double-digits in runs in both games. Their biggest win of the year was a slugfest, as they convincingly defeated Pottstown 17-1 on May 6th, the 2nd to last game of the season.

Boys Lacrosse: 12-7

Boyertown Lacrosse’s Senior Brady McFalls

The boys lacrosse team had several struggles throughout the 2019 season, but still managed to record a 12-7 overall record, followed by an impressive 8-1 PAC record. The boys opened up there season with high hopes to rise in the PAC and become a perennial contender, but fell to 0-3 to start the new year. A tough stretch of Bishop Shanahan, North Penn, and Central Bucks South had the Bears scrathing their head early in the season, by Coach Grady Wise led his team to an outstanding 12-4 record in the teams last 16 games, making the PAC nd District playoffs once again.

Girls Lacrosse: 5-10

Girls Lacrosse at halftime during their PIAA District 1 playoff against OJR.

A very up and down season for the Lady Bears as they dropped 10 of 15 games in the 2019 season. Tough PAC play kept the girls from advancing, but they did not go down without a fight. On average, the girls lost each game by less than 1 goal which is pretty impressive, but didn’t result in wins. It was a tough season for the team, but there are several upsides to the team moving forward in 2020.

Boys Track: 2-3

Julian Sanders, Jamie Moccia, and Peyton Stanziani all earned medals at the PAC Track Championships.

The boys season was an improvement from last year where they only won one meet. One of the highlights of the season was the upset victory over Methacton to start out the season. This win was Boyertown’s first win over Methacton in almost ten years. The bears finished in 3rd place in the PAC championship. A major issue for the runners were injuries, as numerous runners went down in key points. The bears will be looking to improve their record and stay healthy.

Girls Track: 1-4

4×8 Relay Team, Rachanee Tith, Beatrice Stringa, Morgan Janiuk, and Maddy Hunsberger, won 3rd place at the PAC Track Championship.

The girls struggles throughout the season with only winning against Norristown. Despite the record, the girls saw a sliver lining with junior Emma Elwell finishing in 8th place in the 100 meter dash at the state meet in Shippensburg University.

Boys Tennis: 4-5