Perkiomen Valley Vikings ended their early-season winning streak with a 14-7 loss on Friday to the Spring-Ford Rams in Royersford.
The low-scoring win for Spring-Ford is owned largely to the team’s defense, who contained Perk Valley’s offense that helped to dominate both Plymouth-Whitemarsh and Methacton so far this season.
The Rams had a rough loss against Whitehall to start the season, but came back with a strong showing against South Philadelphia at home, followed by this win.
“We gave 120 percent, maybe more,” said Spring-Ford cornerback Joe Bush, according to the Pottstown Mercury. “We played our hearts out.”
Perk Valley will take on Owen J. Roberts on Friday at home; Spring-Ford will travel to Boyertown for a game.
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