Patriots squeeze by Indians

CR North nearly came all the way back, outscoring CB East boys’ basketball 22-12 in the fourth quarter in Saturday’s SOL Challenge tilt, but it wasn’t enough in a 36-34 Patriots victory. CB East led 12-7 at halftime. Matt Pattyson went for eight points for the Patriots. Cooper Fink had five points and eight boards, while Ryan Plack notched six points and seven rebounds. CB East is 9-6 overall with a date at Souderton on Tuesday.

Plack propels Patriots

Ryan Plack scored on a buzzer-beater as CB East boys’ basketball handed North Penn its first loss in the SOL Continental on Friday night. The Patriots prevailed, 40-38, thanks to a 23-15 second half. Matt Pattyson assisted on Plack’s game-winner. CB East won despite shooting only four of 12 from the line. Pattyson finished with 10 points to lead the Patriots. Elijah Seger had nine points. CB East moved to 8-6 overall and 4-2 in the SOL Continental.

Patriots eke by Titans

CB East boys’ basketball survived an overtime battle with CB South, 58-55, on Tuesday. The Titans used a 29-18 second half to send the game into OT, where the Patriots proceeded to knock down all eight of their free throws. Matt Pattyson was six for six from the line in the extra period. Pattyson finished with a game-high 24 points. Cooper Fink added 11 points and Collin Stein had 10. Elijah Seger contributed eight points and seven rebounds. Alex Karras led the Titans with 19 points, including five 3-pointers. Nate Johnston scored nine. CB East moved to 7-6 overall on the season and will face North Penn on Friday.

Patriots bury Tennent

CB East boys’ basketball stuffed visiting William Tennent, 51-32, on Tuesday. The Panthers led 12-11 after one quarter, but the Patriots responded with a 17-6 second quarter and a 15-6 third to seize control. CB East shot 20 of 35 from the field and eight of 10 from the line. Collin Stein was the high man for CB East, scoring 16 and adding six rebounds. Ryan Plack netted 10 points, while Matt Pattyson and Elijah Seger each chipped in eight. Pattyson added six boards. The Patriots, who are 6-4 overall and 2-2 in the SOL Continental, will head to Wissahickon for a nonconference tilt on Thursday.

Patriots up mark to 5-4

CB East boys’ basketball moved a game above .500 (5-4) with Thursday’s rather easy, 46-23 victory over host CR North in the Athletes Helping Athletes tournament. The Patriots outscored the Indians 26-8 in the second and third quarters. Elijah Seger finished with a double-double: 10 points and 10 boards. Collin Stein scored a game-high 15, including three 3-pointers. Matt Pattyson had a solid all-around game with nine points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.

Haverford nips Patriots

CB East boys’ basketball’s fourth-quarter rally came up a bit short as Haverford School held on for a 62-61 triumph in Wednesday’s Athletes Helping Athletes event at CR North. The Patriots trailed 47-39 heading into the fourth quarter. Matt Pattyson and Elijah Seger each managed 14 points for CB East. Nick Roggio contributed nine. The Patriots will take on the host Indians on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Bucks survive against Patriots

It was a tale of four quarters and CB West boys’ basketball won the most important – the fourth – in its 37-33 victory over rival CB East on Thursday. The Bucks outscored the Patriots 6-1 in the decisive quarter. CB East controlled the third quarter 19-9, while CB West took the first 17-8. Jake Reichwein and Collin MacAdams stood out for the Bucks. Reichwein went for 15 points and five rebounds, while MacAdams added 10 and eight. Shane McCusker dropped in seven points and ripped down six boards, and Jack Traina had five points and three assists. Matt Pattyson netted 13 points for the Patriots; Elijah Seger had nine.

Third quarter dooms Rams

Pennridge boys’ basketball won every quarter except the third in a 50-48 setback to CB East on Tuesday. The Patriots outscored the Rams 12-3 in the decisive quarter. Matt Pattyson registered 15 points and Collin Stein added 12 for the victors. Sean Yoder netted 22 points for the Rams. Yoder dropped in four 3-pointers and knocked down all four of his foul shots. Pennridge will travel to Souderton on Thursday for a 7 p.m. tip.

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