Madison Langdon was thrilled to get Taylor Swift tickets as a Christmas gift. The Berks Catholic point guard is also doing exciting things on the court. Langdon poured in a career-high 17 points last week in a Division 1 battle at Gov. Mifflin. The Saints prevailed over the Mustangs 48-38. Gov. Mifflin knocked out Berks Catholic in the county semifinals a season ago at Santander Arena. Langdon is listed at just 5’3, but that doesn’t slow her down. “It doesn’t matter what height you are, all that matters is how hard you work…It’s about heart more than height,” she said. Langdon is the Saints’ second-leading scorer at 11.6 points per game. She’s the top free throw shooter on the team at 77%. Langdon had 16 points in a victory over Reading before Christmas. She’s been in double figures in eight of her last nine contests. Berks Catholic is (7-4, 4-0) despite playing an extremely difficult non-league schedule. The Saints have faced Plymouth-Whitemarsh, Methacton, Delone Catholic, Eastern York, and St. Joseph by-the-Sea from Staten Island. They have games with Lancaster Catholic and York Catholic still to come. Langdon is one of three sophomores in the starting lineup, along with Molly McFadden and Sydney Corado. Seniors Caraline Herb and Sydney Brown provide valuable leadership. Herb is averaging 13 points. The 5’7 guard has connected 26 times from long distance. “I love this team. They’re like a second family to me. We’re all really close and I think that helps on and off the court,” mentioned Langdon. In her conversation with SV Sports, Langdon talked about her favorite teachers at Berks Catholic. She also revealed her top sports movie.