GERMANTOWN — The storied rivalry between the Northwest Jaguars and the Seneca Valley Screamin’ Eagles varsity teams resumed on the baseball diamond Thursday at Northwest High School.
The “Battle of Germantown” is one of the top rivalries in Montgomery County and has featured some of the finest talent in the area over the years.
Behind the pitching of Bradley Kahalas, the Jaguars defeated the visiting Screamin’ Eagles, 9-6.
“He’s a tenth grader,” said Northwest head coach Todd Varesco, who seeks to capture the program’s third state championship in school history. “He pitched one hell of a game for us. We came out of the box not throwing many strikes at the beginning of the game but I’ll tell you Bradley stepped in and threw 72 pitches over five innings and that’s all we ask of these guys – ‘just throw strikes man’ – he did a great job.”