Pennridge boys’ track and field bettered CB East, 109-41, on Friday. First-place winners follow: 300 (Cayce Giblin, Pennridge), 39.8; 4×800 (Pennridge’s Matt Eissler, Solomon Araneta, Jeff Espinal, Austin Howell), 8:05.5; 100 (Josh Pinkney, Pennridge), 10.9; 1,600 (Jake Brophy, CB East), 4:15.8; 4×100 (Pennridge’s Carson Van Hart, Owen Eisen, Matt Firuta, Josh Pinkney), 43.0; 400 (John Nash, Pennridge), 50.7; 110 (Alex Dimon, Pennridge), 14.9; 800 (Tucker Desko, Pennridge), 1:56.7; 200 (Austin Howell, Pennridge), 22.1; 3,200 (Josh Goetz, CB East), 9:43.5; 4×400 (Pennridge’s Alex Dimon, John Nash, Pat O’Brien, Austin Howell), 3:26.9; shot put (Griffin McMann, Pennridge), 46-8.5; discus (Griffin McMann, Pennridge), 140-9; javelin (Sam Moyer, Pennridge), 138-0; long jump (Alex Parasky, CB East), 20-10; triple jump (Matt Ludlow, Pennridge), 43-3; high jump (Matt Moyer, Pennridge), 6-0; and pole vault (Ryan Mill, CB East), 11-0.
CB East boys’ lacrosse destroyed Souderton, 14-3, on Friday at home. The Patriots led 9-1 at the half. Logan Nelsen, Alec Bracken and Ryan Brown each had two goals. Owen Griffin scored a goal and added two assists. Colin Stein won eight of 10 faceoffs and Michael Ott won five of six. Henry Ruddell made four saves in goal. Jacob Manion and Brown each had three ground balls, and Andy Widmeier came up with three forced turnovers.
Quakertown senior Cooper Johnson tossed a complete game shutout as the Panthers erased CB East, 5-0, on Thursday. Johnson struck out five and allowed only two hits and a walk. He needed only 79 pitches to get through seven innings. Offensively for Quakertown, Tyler Guidos went 2-for-3 with a couple RBI. Jake Wooden also had two hits. Jake Reed and Aaron Besch each scored a pair.
CB West boys’ lacrosse needed double overtime to down CB East, 7-6, on Wednesday at Doylestown’s War Memorial Field. Scoring goals for the Patriots were: Grant Porter, Ryan Brown, Ryan Stout, Ryan Schmidt, Logan Nelsen, Owen Griffin and Michael Ott. Ott also won 11 of 14 faceoffs. CB East goalie Ian Mauer was credited with nine saves. Nelsen picked up four ground balls; Joe Thiroway and Schmidt each scooped up three. Bryan McIntosh and Nelsen finished with three and two forced turnovers, respectively.
In a contest pitting 4-0 CB West against 4-0 CB East in SOL Continental boys’ tennis action, the Bucks made a statement, blasting the Patriots, 7-0, on Tuesday. 1st singles: Dale Johnson (CBW) def. Christian Cederlund (CBE), 7-5, 7-5. 2nd singles: Brad Johnson (CBW) def. Mark Feldman (CBE), 6-1, 6-0. 3rd singles: Jason Chen (CBW) def. Brian McCarten (CBE), 6-1, 6-1. 1st doubles: Colin Schmidt and James Kong (CBW) def. Sam Petro and Li Torrin (CBE), 7-6 (7-2), 6-2. 2nd doubles: Brendan Warren and Pat Matthews (CBW) def. Jake Gleason and Jon Xu (CBE), 6-3, 6-1. 3rd doubles: Reid Moncada and Tom Walsh (CBW) def. Marcos Pasqual and Kiel Kittleson (CBE), 6-2, 6-4. 4th doubles: Dan Bolton and Steve Bolton (CBW) def. Sambhov Jain and Sudeep Penmutsa (CBE), 6-2, 6-1.
CB East boys’ volleyball dominated CB South, 3-0 (25-9, 25-19, 25-17), on Monday. Stats for CB South: Jack Mayhew, two aces, two kills, 2.5 blocks, one dig; Justin Koren, one ace, two kills, 1.5 blocks, one dig; and Mark Macios, one kill, one block, two digs, five assists.
CB East boys’ lacrosse suffered an 8-5 defeat at Avon Grove on Monday. The Patriots trailed 4-1 at the half and 8-3 after three. Owen Griffin and Alec Bracken each scored a pair for CB East; Ryan Brown had one goal. Ian Mauer made a dozen saves. Bryan McIntosh led the Patriots in the ground balls department with six. Brown and Conor Larkin each forced two turnovers. CB East will return to action on Wednesday when it travels to CB West at 7 p.m. to face the Bucks.
A backyard rivalry took place on Friday afternoon on Umbrell Field at Patriot Stadium where CB East boys’ lacrosse hosted CB South. The Titans scored first at the 8:50 mark of the first quarter. The Patriots answered with an unassisted goal by senior captain Owen Griffin at the 8:13 mark. From that point on, it was all CB East, which went on to lead 7-3 at the half, and then scored five unanswered goals in the second half and went on to win its fourth game of the season, 12-3, against only one loss. Michael Ott got the offense rolling, winning 11 of 13 faceoffs. Griffin and Ryan Brown led the Patriots with three goals each. Alec Bracken, Grant Porter, Ryan Stout, Ott, Logan Nelsen and Greg Scholz rounded out a balanced attack with one goal apiece. Joe Thiroway scooped up six ground balls, Bryan McIntosh had five, Nelsen four, Ryan Schmidt and Griffin three each, while Cal Tihansky, Porter, Colin Stein, Brown and Conor Larkin each had two, and Ryan Bullotta, Ian Mauer and Drew Bethke each were credited with one. Mauer was strong in goal with four saves; Henry Ruddell made two. McIntosh and Larkin each had three caused turnovers for the Patriots. Nelsen and Griffin each had two, while Thiroway, Porter, Stout, Ott, Andy Widmeier, Brant Billingsley and Bethke each had one caused turnover.
CB East boys’ tennis powered past visiting Quakertown, 6-1, on Friday. 1st singles: Nolan Pernia (Q) def. Christian Cederlun (CBE), 6-0, 6-3. 2nd singles: Mark Feldman (CBE) def. Alec Buonanno (Q), 6-3, 6-4. 3rd singles: Brian McCurten (CBE) def. Ray McCarroll (Q), 6-2, 6-2. 1st doubles: S. Petro and L. Torin (CBE) def. R. Stenson and M. Sullivan (Q), 6-2, 6-2. 2nd doubles: J. Xu and J. Gleason (CBE) def. D. Reigh and N. Robinson (Q), 6-0, 6-0. 3rd doubles: M. Pascual and K. Kittleson (CBE) def. H. Webb and E. Neagu (Q), 6-3, 6-1. 4th doubles: S. Jain and S. Permebu (CBE) def. M. Bruzgo and T. Sipone (Q), 6-0, 6-2.
CB East boys’ tennis bumped CB South, 6-1, on Tuesday. 1st singles: Christian Cederlund (CBE) def. Mason Woolley (CBS), 6-0, 6-0. 2nd singles: Mark Feldman (CBE) def. Nishant Chintala (CBS), 6-3, 6-4. 3rd singles: Vishal Kasina (CBS) def. Brian McCarten (CBE), 6-3, 6-4. 1st doubles: Sam Petro and Torin Li (CBE) def. Richard Song and Will Rong (CBS), 6-3, 7-5. 2nd doubles: Kyle Corrigan and Jake Gleason (CBE) def. Michael Towle and Ethan Wang (CBS), 6-3, 7-5. 3rd doubles: Marcos Pascual and Kiel Kittleson (CBE) def. Rohit Sinha and Evan Michner (CBS), 6-2, 6-0. 4th doubles: Sambhor Jain and Sudeep Penmetsa (CBE) def. Alex Pierzchala and Tommy Kim (CBS), 6-2, 6-3.