Patriots’ Chase tosses three-hitter

Eric Chase pitched a complete-game three-hitter as CB East baseball won at Quakertown, 5-0, on Wednesday. Chase needed only 64 pitches to complete his masterpiece. He didn’t walk nor strikeout a Panther. Leadoff hitter Cameron Komanchak went 2-for-4 with two runs scored. David Yanni went 2-for-2 with two walks and a run scored. Thomas Prato drove in three with a triple.

Panthers dispatch Patriots in four

Quakertown boys’ volleyball won at CB East, 3-1 (25-22, 25-20, 24-26, 25-22), on Monday. The Panthers are 5-2 in the SOL Continental and 7-2 overall. Quakertown stats: Dylan Flor, 15 kills, one block; Coulton Terry, 13 kills, two blocks; Mike Dierolf, eight kills, one block, 13 digs; Lucas Schan, six kills, two blocks; Zach Dierolf, four kills, two blocks; Nick Wesley, 10 digs; Chris Chookagian, nine digs; and Xavier Villanueva, 40 assists.

Patriots take advantage of miscues

CB East baseball beat CB South, 6-4, on Monday. The Patriots and Titans combined for 10 errors; CB South had six, including three in CB East’s five-run fifth inning. Mike Broderick picked up the win, going five-plus innings and allowing only two earned runs and striking out five. David Drea was tagged with the loss, though of the five runs scored against him, only one was earned. Colin Sheehan went 2-for-3 with three RBI for the Patriots. Alex Happ, Steve Trachtenberg and Mike Kuypers all had two hits for the Titans. Happ also drove in two. Danny Klepchick started the game for CB South and fanned nine in four innings. He allowed only one hit.

Titans calmly rout Patriots

In a battle for first place in the SOL Continental, CB South boys’ lacrosse remained undefeated by blasting CB East, 15-6, on Wednesday at War Memorial Field. The Titans outscored the previously unbeaten Patriots in the second half, 9-1. Brendan McGrath led the charge for CB South with five goals and six ground balls. Chris Tanner and Evan Falkowski each scored three goals. Jake Henze had two, while Dillon Kelly and Austin Naessens each had one. Kevin Witchey picked up five ground balls, and Robbie Richick had eight saves in goal. For CB East, Ryan Brown netted five goals and Matt Vetter had one. Sean McGovern made 16 saves, while Dustin Buchanan had five ground balls and four forced turnovers.

Rams fight off gritty Patriots

Pennridge boys’ volleyball turned back visiting Central Bucks East, 3-1 (25-11, 25-10, 22-25, 25-18), on Friday night. For the Rams, Bradley Nase amassed 28 assists, four kills, six digs and two blocks. Also contributing were: Devon Rice (nine kills, nine digs, three aces), Ben Chinnici (eight kills, eight digs, two blocks), Brian Rosenberg (six kills, four digs), Henry Savage (four kills, two blocks, six digs) and Max McVaugh (12 digs, five aces).

Panthers slam Patriots

Quakertown wrestling dispatched Central Bucks East, 52-14, on Tuesday evening. 145: Cullen Williamson (Q) def. Cole Yerkes (CBE), 10-2 major decision. 152: Collin Stevens (CBE) def. Nick Basile (Q), 8-7 decision. 160: Noah Wood (Q) def. Matt Cascioli (CBE), 3-0 decision. 170: J.J. McGuigan (Q) def. Mike Melchiorre (CBE), fall in 3:36. 182: Nick Bonomo (Q) def. Alec Sager (CBE), fall in 0:30. 195: Gavin Caroff (Q) won by forfeit. 220: Micah Jones (Q) def. Marshall Whinney (CBE), fall in 0:40. 285: Justin Correa (Q) def. Trent Petro (CBE), fall in 1:55. 106: Cole Yerkes (CBE) def. Tim Mallo (Q), fall in 1:51. 113: Double forfeit. 120: Harrison Campbell (Q) def. Matt Ramjit (CBE), fall in 1:45. 126: Nicholas Hadley (Q) def. Austin Cheesman (CBE), fall in 1:28. 132: Ryan Chalifoux (CBE) def. Brendan Rosenberger (Q), technical fall in 3:03. 138: Tanner Seislove (Q) def. Michael Driver (CBE), 5-1 decision.

Bucks coast by rival Patriots

Central Bucks West boys’ basketball eased past Central Bucks East, 62-40, on Tuesday. The Bucks blew open the game in the second half, outscoring the Patriots, 44-27. Nico Munari was the only Buck in double-digit points with 14. Ten Bucks, however, found the basket. CB West shot 17 for 19 from the line. Travis Ives led CB East with 12 points, while Matt Pattyson and Tommy Strasburger added 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Patriots.

Patriots notch first conference win

Central Bucks East boys’ basketball won its first game in the SOL Continental on Friday night with a 51-39 decision over Quakertown. The difference was the first quarter, which the Patriots captured, 23-12. Matt Pattyson (17 points, five assists and five rebounds), Travis Ives (17 points, four rebounds and three assists) and Justin O’Neil (10 points and five rebounds) led the way for CB East, which went eight for nine from the line in the fourth quarter. Griffin Schmidt netted 16 to lead the Panthers; Kevin Norvaisas had 11.

Patriots squash Upper Moreland

Central Bucks East boys’ basketball dropped the hammer on Upper Moreland, 50-26, at CB West on Saturday. The Patriots took a 26-12 advantage into the third quarter. Justin O’Neil was one of the standouts for CB East, finishing with a team-high 15 points and seven rebounds. Tommy Strasburger managed 13 points, four assists and four steals. Matt Pattyson contributed five points and five assists. The Patriots bumped their overall record to 5-11.

Rams cruise by Patriots

A 21-7 Pennridge fourth quarter busted open a 49-43 game after three as the Rams boys’ basketball team defeated visiting Central Bucks East, 70-50, on Friday evening. Joe Molettiere netted a game-high 21 points for Pennridge. Dan Long (15 points), Zach Muredda (12) and Stephen Lowry (10) joined Molettiere in double figures for the Rams. Justin O’Neil and Travis Ives notched 17 and 14 points, respectively, for the Patriots. Pennridge improved to 8-0 in the SOL Continental Conference; CB East fell to 0-8 in the conference.

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