Muhlenberg won 19 games, the Division 2 title, and the Berks League championship a season ago. The bar is still set high in Laureldale. "The expectation is still to go and play for a county title and make District's. We understand that," said Cam Burr. The Muhls have joined Gov. Mifflin, Wilson, Exeter, and Reading in Division 1 this season. "It just means that we're playing somebody good every single time we're in conference. There's no break," replied Burr. The junior infielder hit .400 with a 1.001 OPS last year. Burr led the club with 25 runs, 19 walks, and 13 stolen bases. He drove in 15 runs and had an on-base percentage of .543. Burr was voted to the all-county team which has made an impact on how opponents pitch to him this year. "I've already noticed that I'm not getting as many fastballs and good pitches to hit," he noted. After dropping its first two games, Muhlenberg has outscored its opposition 14-0. The (2-2) Muhls shutout Pottsville 7-0 on Saturday. Burr went 1-for-3 with a walk and three stolen bases. He scored one run and knocked in another. Burr isn't just fast on land. He qualified for the PIAA Swimming Championships last month. SV Sports' Paul Roberts asked Burr to compare the two sports. They also had fun talking about music, video games, cheesesteaks, and more.