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Cheltenham routs Panthers

Quakertown boys’ tennis fell to Cheltenham, 7-0, on Monday. 1st singles: Joshua Victor (C) def. Nolan Pernia (Q), 6-2, 6-7, 10-3. 2nd singles: Tarik Dashields (C) def. Alec Buonanno (Q), 6-0, 6-0. 3rd singles: Noah Jessie (C) def. Ray McCarroll (Q), 6-1, 6-0. 1st doubles: Ben Smith and Max Lempert (C) def. Randy Stenson and Danny Reigh (Q), 6-3, 7-6. 2nd doubles: Spencer Macgram and Javion Norman (C) def. Hunter Webb and Eric Neagu (Q), 6-2, 6-4. 3rd doubles: Connor Haeperz and Henri Dobi (C) def. Mason Bruzgo and Noa Robinson (Q), 6-2, 6-3. 4th doubles: Max Wright and Tzui Waxman (C) def. Matt Meyers and Tomas Sipone (Q), 6-1, 5-7, 10-8.

Rams rip Upper Dublin

Pennridge boys’ volleyball swept Upper Dublin, 3-0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-22), on Monday. Stats for Pennridge: Jesse Smith, 26 assists, nine digs, two blocks; Aaron Nelson, seven kills, three blocks; Cross Edwards, eight kills, three blocks; Kevin Jones, five kills, two blocks; Josiah Friesen, five kills, four aces, two blocks; Austin Rush, 12 digs, two aces; Caleb Pennell, eight digs; and Ethan Lionetti, six digs. The Rams wrapped up the regular season at 15-3 overall and 15-1 in the SOL Continental Conference.

Guidos twirls four-hitter

Justin Guidos struck out eight in a complete-game effort as Quakertown baseball stymied Southern Lehigh, 5-1, on Saturday. Guidos allowed only one unearned run and gave up four hits and two walks. Offensively, Lake Friday and Jake Reed each managed two hits; Reed also scored a pair and knocked in one. Drew San Angelo scored two, while Tyler Guidos had two RBI.

Patriots earn eight medals

The CB East boys’ track and field team won medals in eight events at the Neshaminy Invitational on Saturday. Leading the way for the Patriots were sophomores Matt Brown and Sam DiGiovanni, who earned silver medals in the javelin and the 110-meter high hurdles, respectively. DiGiovanni also placed fifth in the 300 intermediate hurdles. Freshman David Endres blazed to a third-place finish in the 1,600, while fourth-place medals were collected by junior C.J. Adams in the discus and by the 4×400 relay team comprised of sophomores Richie Jethon, Jake Zosulis, Gavin Zander and Endres. Senior Dan Powell improved his time by 19 seconds in the 3,200 and claimed a fifth-place medal in the process. And sophomore Sergio Garza earned a third-place medal in the novice shot put.

Rams capture SOL Continental

Pennridge boys’ volleyball celebrated Senior Night by beating Souderton, 3-1 (17-25, 25-17, 25-19, 25-16), and clinching the SOL Continental Conference championship with a 14-1 mark on Friday. Stats for Pennridge: Jesse Smith, 45 assists, 13 digs, two aces, two blocks; Aaron Nelson, six kills, two blocks; Jon Bedillion, three kills, six digs; Ryan Spangler, three kills; Sam Cullen, two kills; Caleb Pennell, 11 digs, two aces; Austin Rush, eight digs; and Jeremy Baum, seven digs.

Pitching carries Panthers in 11

Quakertown needed 11 innings to get by Hatboro-Horsham, 3-2, on Thursday. Cooper Johnson went the first seven for the Panthers, allowing only one unearned run and striking out six. Devyn Bard went the next three, yielding one run and punching out two, and Tyler Guidos closed out the game by pitching a scoreless 11th. He fanned a pair. Guidos and Viktor Morelock each had two base knocks. The Hatters committed seven errors; the Panthers had zero.

Titans dominate on Senior Night

CB South girls’ lacrosse powered past visiting CR South, 16-3, on Senior Night. Kasey Dietzel led the Titans with five goals and four draw controls. Courtney Taylor had three goals, two assists and two draw controls, while Courtney Dietzel had two goals, three assists and five draw controls. Kristen Berntsen and Tori Wigand each managed two goals. Hayley Montana and Molly Sullivan each had one goal. Goalie Erin Putnam made 13 saves.

Patriots rough up Bucks

CB East boys’ lacrosse made up for its setback to CB West in early April by routing the Bucks, 14-2, on Thursday in Holicong. The Patriots led 14-0 after three quarters. Owen Griffin’s four goals paced the home team. Ryan Brown had three, and Mike Ott and Ryan Stout each found the back of the cage twice. Ott won 14 of 18 faceoffs, and Liam Rosenthal made five saves in goal. Bryan McIntosh and Logan Nelsen each picked up five ground balls for CB East, while Stout and Griffin each scooped up three. Brown had two, as well as a team-high four forced turnovers. McIntosh was credited with two forced turnovers. The Patriots are now 11-4 overall and 9-2 in the SOL Continental; the Bucks are 12-4 and 7-3.

Patriots gather hardware

The CB East boys’ track and field team collected 12 medals at the Helman Invitational meet at Pennridge on Thursday. First-place finishers included: Alex Parasky in the long jump and Jake Brophy in the 3,200-meter run. Silver medals went to: Ryan Mill in the pole vault; Josh Goetz in the 3,200; Parasky in the high jump; the 4×100-meter relay team of Parasky, Myles King, Jake Zosulis and Alex Gibson; the 4×400 relay of John Brophy, Harrison Dalsass, Marc Motter and Jake Brophy; and the 4×100 thrower relay of Brendan Drew, Matt Brown, Cieran Rody and Justin Maltz. Bronze medalists included: King in the 100; John Brophy in the 400; Evan Becker in the long jump; and the 4×800 relay of Carlos Velez, Russell Curtis, Declan Earles and Matt Eisenlord.