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Tulpehocken and Brandywine Heights saw their seasons end with overtime losses in the District 3 Class 1A girls soccer quarterfinals Wednesday. The eighth-seeded Trojans lost 2-1 to top-seeded Lancaster Mennonite at Lancaster,

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Now in his fourth season as the Trojans head coach, Brown helped guide Tulpehocken to its first Berks title in 11 years on Thursday night, as the third-seeded Trojans defeated fifth-seeded Brandywine Heights 2-0 in the BCIAA boys soccer final at Exeter’s Don Thomas Stadium.

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Owen Harris scored in the second overtime to lift third-seeded Tulpehocken a 2-1 win over sixth-seeded Gov. Mifflin in a BCIAA boys soccer quarterfinal game Saturday at New Schaefferstown. Teague Ferry gave the Mustangs (7-7-2) a 1-0 lead on a goal off an assist from Jordan Cairns at 43:41.

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Prior to the start of the season, Tulpehocken had four main goals, the first of which was to win the Berks Boys Soccer League Division III title. The Trojans accomplished the feat in a steady rain on Monday,

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The Trojans enter the year with championship aspirations, including winning their first county title since 2011

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J.D. Ricapito has resigned as the High School. Ricapito, who coached the Trojans for four seasons, submitted his resignation last Thursday, saying it was a “personal decision.” “I wasn’t asked to step down at all,

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