Faith Christian girls’ basketball appears to be peaking at the right time. The Lions continued to roll by jettisoning Notre Dame East Stroudsburg, 55-28, on Wednesday. Faith led, 33-21, at the half and posted a 17-2 third quarter. Maddy Brodish (15 points) and Ashley Forker (14) paced the Lions. Ashley Parylak (three treys) and Liz Hoffman each added nine. Faith (16-4 overall) will travel to Bristol on Thursday before heading to New Hope on Saturday evening.
Quakertown wrestling overwhelmed CB West, 69-12, on Wednesday. 145: James Tulio (Q) won by forfeit. 152: Tanner Seislove (Q) won by forfeit. 160: Nick Basile (Q) won by forfeit. 170: Ryan Hieber (CBW) def. Max Russell (Q), fall in 3:26. 182: Noah Wood (Q) won by forfeit. 195: Nick Bonomo (Q) def. Spencer Piligian (CBW), fall in 5:05. 220: Gavin Caroff (Q) def. Harrison Radovich (CBW), fall in 5:02. 285: Justin Correa (Q) won by forfeit. 106: Josh Stahl (Q) def. Jake Tosti (CBW), fall in 2:33. 113: Corey Cope (Q) def. Jeremiah Diaz (CBW), fall in 0:43. 120: Trent Nielsen (Q) def. Andrew Soto (CBW), 10-8 decision. 126: Daulton Kline (Q) won by forfeit. 132: Charles Witman (Q) def. Kevin Kelly (CBW), fall in 3:18. 138: Ryan Tiernan (CBW) def. Nicholas Hadley (Q), fall in 1:48.
Max Wagner became the second Pennridge boys’ basketball player (Dan Long) this season to register his 1,000th career point when he went for 17 on Tuesday in the Rams’ 55-46 victory over Hatboro-Horsham. Wagner drained a pair of three-pointers. Long, however, was the high man for the Rams with 19, including a seven-for-seven effort from the line. Pennridge will conclude its regular season on Thursday night at rival Quakertown.
Faith Christian girls’ basketball routed Plumstead Christian, 60-26, on Tuesday. The Lions turned on the jets in the second and third quarters, where they outscored the Panthers, 41-9. Eight Lions scored, led by Autumn Brownell (14 points, including three treys) and Jessica Robinson (12). Plumstead’s Erin Haines (15) was the game’s high scorer. Celene Desko added six and Chloe Kent had three. Faith is now 15-4 overall and 11-3 in the BAL.
CB South girls’ basketball handed Quakertown a 66-33 setback on Tuesday. A high-scoring first quarter had the Titans up 20-13 after one and 37-20 at the half. For CB South, Jordan Vitelli managed 16 points, while Taylor Dunn had 11. Jill Martin finished with eight points for the Panthers; Meghan Klee had six.
CB West girls’ basketball took down CB East, 46-33, on Tuesday. The Bucks won every quarter but the first (7-7). The Bucks’ Makenzie Mason tallied 16 points, six rebounds and two steals. Maddie Maio had 14 points, while Maggie Rakowsky finished with 11 points, seven rebounds and three steals. Tori Abelson managed five points and six boards. For the Patriots, Bri Talbot had 15 points. Kyra Scaliti chipped in seven points.
Pennridge boys’ basketball eked out a 60-54, double-overtime victory over Souderton on Monday. Dan Long was incredible for the Rams. He finished with 25 points, including a 10-for-10 effort from the charity stripe. Max Wagner went for 16 points, and DeVon Balmer had nine. Pennridge (17-3 overall, 11-1 SOL Continental) will host Hatboro-Horsham at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Maddy Brodish scored 16 as Faith Christian girls’ basketball blew out Salem Christian, 47-21, on Monday. The Lions led, 41-16, after three quarters. Ashley Parylak finished with nine points, all from beyond the arc, for the victors. Ashley Forker tallied eight and Liz Hoffman six.
Quakertown went 3-2 at Saturday’s Exeter Blue/White Duals. The Panthers downed Downingtown West, 36-29; Daniel Boone, 48-21; and Garnet Valley, 45-30; and fell to Exeter, 49-14, and Coatesville, 35-30. Gavin Caroff went 5-0 on the day at 220 pounds, winning three of his bouts by fall. Josh Stahl at 106 also went 5-0 with two falls. Tanner Seislove at 145 and 152 and Nick Bonomo at 182 and 195 each went 4-1. Seislove picked up two falls; Bonomo had one.
Quakertown girls’ basketball beat nonleague Catasauqua, 42-38, on Saturday. The Panthers, who are now 5-15 overall, raced out to a 12-7 lead after one quarter and held on for the victory. Jill Martin (15 points) and Marina Cooke (12) both finished in double figures.