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Boyertown opens season against Upper Perkiomen (PA)

A football season opener is always important, especially when it’s against a longtime neighborhood rival.

But Boyertown’s non-league game tonight at 7 at Upper Perkiomen will be even bigger than usual for the Bears, who will get their first official test of the new offensive and defensive systems put in place by first-year head coach T.J. Miller and his staff.”Any time you install anything new, there’s a learning curve,” Miller said at practice Wednesday. “It’s really exciting to see the kids learn that offense.”

The Bears (3-7 last year) will run a Mid-Line Veer, triple-option offense that will utilize senior Jerry Kapp and junior Ayden Mathias at quarterback.”We’re in a very fortunate situation,” said Miller. “Two really good athletes that can play that position.””We’ve got to use our talent in different ways,” said Kapp, who will also be at wide receiver, a position where he was an All-PAC selection and school record-setter as a sophomore. “We’re both vital to the operation. A lot of it is new, but it’s a lot of fun.”

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