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Garnet Valley shuts down Titans

Central Bucks South football’s season ended on Friday at Garnet Valley, 35-15, in the first round of the District One Class AAAA tournament. Josh Adams had both touchdowns for the Titans: a one-yard run in the second quarter and another one-yard run in the fourth. He finished with 60 yards on 19 carries. Defensively, three Titans finished with double-digit tackles: P.J. Thompson with 13, Luke Kohler with 12 and Nate Norris with 11.

Titans upset at Souderton

Central Bucks South football tumbled a few spots down the District One Class AAAA seeding order with a 14-10 setback at Souderton on Halloween. The Indians scored all 14 points in the first quarter. The Titans chipped away on a Kevin Witchey second-quarter five-yard touchdown run, and Tyler Fischer connected on a 25-yard field goal in the third, but it wasn’t enough. Playing without standout running back Josh Adams, CB South leaned on Witchey (18 carries for 90 yards) on the ground. Witchey was 20-for-30 passing for 145 yards. Nate Norris and Luke Kohler each had 10 total tackles in the losing effort.

George School clips Spartans

Solebury School cross country ran at George School on Wednesday. The Solebury girls lost, 19-39. Top finishers for the Lady Spartans were: Ilona Wilde, finishing third overall and first for Solebury in 23:15; Jessica Forest, finishing sixth overall; Lina Freudenberg, finishing eighth; and Alexandra Morrow, finishing 10th. The Solebury boys lost to George School, 18-43. Top finishers for the Spartans were: Nick Lavery, finishing third overall and first for Solebury in 20:36; Robert Lagay, finishing seventh overall; Curtis Thompson, finishing 11th; and Andrei Benoliel and Kyle Miller, finishing 14th and 15th, respectively.

Ground war: Titans beat Rams

Central Bucks South and Pennridge football combined for seven touchdowns on Friday night, all came on the ground. Joe Unangst scored three for the Rams, and Josh Adams scored three for the Titans. The difference? CB South quarterback Kevin Witchey’s 35-yard touchdown run on 4th and 15 about halfway through the second quarter, which turned the tide and helped the Titans to a 28-21 victory. Unangst finished with 228 yards on 29 carries, while Adams had 198 yards on 26 carries, including touchdown runs of one and 40 yards in the second half. Pennridge led, 21-14, at halftime.

Spartans nab second victory

Solebury School boys’ soccer captured its first win of the year in the Penn-Jersey League by blowing out New Jersey United Christian, 6-2, on Thursday. The Spartans led, 1-0, at the break. Milo Luciano had two goals and an assist for Solebury. Jose Prado-Schroder also had a pair of goals. Fred Shi found the back of the net, as well. Daniel Sheriff added an assist. The Spartans held a 20-5 advantage in shots. Gabe Kass made three saves. Solebury is 2-10 overall and 1-4 in the Penn-Jersey.

Spartan girls again wear crown

Solebury School cross country participated in a Penn-Jersey League meet at Life Center Academy on Thursday. The Solebury girls took first place with a total of 20 points. Top finishers were: senior captain Ilona Wilde, finishing first overall in a time of 21:54. Junior Emma Black finished third overall and second for Solebury in 22:20; senior captain Jessie Forest finished fourth overall in 22:28; and juniors Lina Freudenberg and Alexandra Morrow finished fifth and seventh overall, respectively. Villa Victoria finished behind the Lady Spartans with a total of 71 points. Solebury School is 6-0 in the Penn-Jersey League and 10-3 overall. The boys finished second overall with 53 points, just behind Doane Academy, which finished with 29 points. The Spartans beat NJUCA and Mercy, which finished with 73 and 132 points, respectively. Top finishers for Solebury were: junior Nick Lavery, finishing first for his team and fifth overall in 19:45; junior Robert Lagay, finishing sixth overall in 19:53; junior Curtis Thompson, finishing 13th overall; and freshmen Matt Moynihan and Andrei Benoliel, finishing 14th and 15th overall, respectively. Juniors Kyle Miller and Jeff Lin rounded out the top seven for the Spartans. The boys’ record currently stands at 8-3 in the Penn-Jersey League and 9-10 overall for the season.