Berks Catholic junior guard Madison Langdon

Caraline Herb scored 1,140 points, made 219 3-pointers, and played great defense.  The All-County selection from Berks Catholic is a freshman at Chestnut Hill College.  With Herb moving on, Madison Langdon has emerged as the Saints' top scoring threat.  The 5'5 junior point guard finished with 26 points in a 54-37 win over Exeter on Thursday at Lloyd Wolf Gymnasium.  Langdon provided all eight of Berks Catholic's points in the opening quarter.  The Saints trailed the (9-4) Eagles 12-8 after eight minutes.  Berks Catholic outscored Exeter 20-8 in the second quarter and never looked back.  "We took it one play at a time and we increased our level of aggression," Langdon told SV Sports' Paul Roberts.  Langdon's older sister, Mackenzie, sank a trey from the right corner in the final seconds of the first half.  "I hit her with a no look pass and she made it. It was awesome. I'm so happy for her," said Madison.  Sydney Corado, a 6' junior, added 13 points including a pair of triples in the second half.  Grace Reedy led the Eagles with 20 points.  The 5'9 senior guard surpassed 1,000 points last month.  Exeter entered the night averaging 50 points.  The Saints held them to 17 after halftime.  Langdon crammed nine points into the third quarter.  She's averaging 17 points this season, up from 11ppg. last year.  Berks Catholic's (6-6) record is deceiving.  The Saints have dropped two games in overtime.  They've also played a very difficult schedule including Wilson, Delone Catholic, and Palmyra.  Berks Catholic is (4-1) in league play.  Langdon, Corado, and Molly McFadden all started as sophomores a season ago.  "We're really close. We've been playing together forever. It's super fun to play with them," remarked Langdon.

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