Burcy opened the scoring before quarterback Drew Belcher found the end zone on a touchdown of his own. Burcy was the next Rocket to score before Belcher connected on a touchdown pass to Robert DiLoreto later in the game.
Not long after Burcy broke free for his long touchdown run and he was soon joined in the scorebook by Liam Kenneally, who ran for his own touchdown, and DiLoreto, who also took to the ground for a score.
Thanks to the win, Reading is 4-1 and in third place in the Middlesex League Liberty Division. The Rockets can take over second place on Friday night if they're able to beat Woburn, which is 5-1 on the year after suffering its first loss of the year Friday to league champion Arlington.
Friday night is the last currently scheduled Reading game until Thanksgiving Day.