Methacton Athletics

Week of May 30, 2023

Spring Sports

Dear Methacton Families and Community,

Please help us give a big congratulations to senior, Morgan Coupe, on being awarded the Yogi Strom Sportsmanship Scholarship for this year! Winners of this scholarship are selected by PIAA basketball officials. They select one female and one male athlete each year.

A little about this award: "This award is given by the Pottstown Chapter of PIAA Basketball Officials, to one senior boy and senior girl basketball player who are members of a Pioneer Athletic Conference (PAC) varsity basketball team and who consistently display great sportsmanship and will be furthering their education by attending a college or a trade school. The Strom Sportsmanship Scholarship is awarded to students who play fair and follow the rules of the game, are a positive contributor to the team during practices and games, and respect themselves, their teammates, opponents, coaches and officials"

For a little more info on the namesake of this award, you can visit the following link:

Congrats Morgan!!

Go Warriors!


John M. Smink

Director of Athletics and Activities

Off Season Sports Announcements

Boys Volleyball Spring Open Gyms: For any 9-12 grade students who are interested in learning more about the sport of competitive boys volleyball.

Thursday’s from 5pm-6:30pm

  • Thurs 6/1 – 5pm-6:30pm
  • Thurs 6/8 – 5pm-6:30pm

You must RSVP by 12pm on the day of the open gym, you can sign up in person at the East wing athletics office OR via email to []



The baseball team earned a bye in the first round of the District One 6A playoffs that started on Monday, 5/22. In the round of 16 on Wednesday, 5/24, the Warriors lost to Central Bucks West to end a wonderful season. Methacton ended 2023 with a 17-3 regular season and an 18-5 overall record including PAC and District playoffs. Congrats and best of luck to our six seniors as they move on from our program: Robert Kleckner, Jake Chapman, Tyler Weil-Kaspar, Ty Lohsen, Mike Christian and Matthew Christian


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The softball team qualified for the District playoff tournament. They won their first round game vs Springfield 13-4. In the second round, they lost to the #1 ranked team North Penn.

The team finished with a record of 13-9.

The team was lead by its seniors: Gianna Bruno, Caroline Cherekos, Ashley Fisher, Riley Kairer, Megan Lineen and Avery Schwartz. The coaching staff would like to wish the 6 seniors the best of luck in college and in the future.

Boys Track & Field

The Methacton boys track team concluded their official season on Saturday at the PIAA State Championships. For the 2nd straight year, the boys team qualified 3 individuals for the AAA Championships from three different event groups. To do so out of District 1 AAA, an athlete must place in the top 5 in the entire district, or top 8 while hitting the state qualifying mark. SahBri Hill, Wesley Conover, and Jack Alpher all extended their seasons a week by doing so at districts.

On Friday morning, SahBri Hill got the weekend started for the Warriors, by placing 18th in the Triple Jump, the highest finish by a male jumper since school record holder Carlton Lavong in 2010. SahBri concludes an outstanding senior season. His jumping accomplishments were highlighted by his state qualification, his repeat PAC winning triple jump and PR of 45 feet 2 inches, and his national qualifying jump. In addition to the triple jump, SahBri also made huge improvements in all of his other events. In the 100, he finishes his high school career with a PR of 11.16, the 8th highest in school history. In the 400, SahBri was a critical member of the school record holding 4x400 relay, whose 3:22 mark at nationals was the third fastest indoor time by a PA school this year. Outdoors, he shaved time off of his 400m dash personal best with a time of 50.33, the 5th highest in school history, just behind teammates Zach Willen and Christian Kinard. Additionally, he placed in the 300 hurdles at PACs, and also improved on his 200m and LJ from the year prior. SahBri's natural intuition to compete, lead, and learn quickly will be a huge asset as he takes his multifaceted track & field ability to the college level.

Later in the morning, JR sprinter Wesley Conover competed in the 100m prelims for a 25th place finish. His time of 10.97 from earlier in the season already ranks 3rd in school history. The future is bright for the talented upperclassman, whose breakout junior year included 2 district qualifications.

On Saturday morning, Jack Alpher rounded out the trip for the Warriors with a 19th place finish in the javelin. Jack's hard work during the winter was evident this outdoor season, as his PR of 166 feet was 46 feet further than his best mark in 2022. We wish him the best of luck as he aspires to continue throwing at the next level.

Girls Track & Field

The final one of the year for the Girls Track and Field team was this past weekend at the PIAA State Championships held in Shippensburg. Methacton Junior Summer Mellow was the lone participant for the team. She completed an amazing season with 3rd place in the Long Jump competition. This caps off a season where she broke the school record in the 100 meter dash plus winning the District title in the Long Jump plus 3rd in the 100 meter dash.

We will wrap up our season with a year end celebration picnic on Wednesday.