CB East boys’ basketball downed North Penn, 49-44, on Tuesday, thanks to a 21-8 third quarter. The Patriots shot seven for eight from the line and four for nine from three. Tommy Strasburger scored 12 points to lead CB East. Justin O’Neil added nine points and Elijah Seger eight. Blake Peterson recorded eight rebounds and two blocks, while Matt Pattyson had six points and seven boards.
Tied at 36 after three quarters, Pennridge boys’ basketball used a 22-10 fourth quarter to separate from visiting CB East, 58-46, on Friday night. Dan Long scored 20 points and Max Wagner 12 for the home team. Stephen Lowry and Wagner each connected twice from three-point land. Blake Peterson was the only Patriot in double-digit points. He finished with 14. It was CB East’s (3-1) first loss of the season; Pennridge improved to 4-0.
CB East boys’ basketball connected on five of nine three-pointers to handle visiting Upper Dublin, 51-39, on Tuesday. Justin O’Neil (12 points) and Collin Stein (six) each hit twice from long range. The Patriots outscored the Cardinals, 31-15, in the first half. Tommy Strasburger chipped in nine points and five assists, while Matt Pattyson also had nine points and Elijah Seger ripped down eight boards.
CB East boys’ basketball won the CR South Rabberman Tip-off championship on Saturday, rolling Jenkintown, 48-39, behind Tommy Strasburger and Elijah Seger, both of whom were named to the all-tournament team. Justin O’Neil nearly registered a double-double in the title tilt with 11 points and nine boards. Strasburger had 11 points and Seger amassed 10. Matt Pattyson chipped in eight points and five assists, while Ryan Plack managed four points and six rebounds.
A 13-2 third quarter helped CB East boys’ basketball ease past New Hope-Solebury, 40-27, on Friday in the first round of the CR South Rabberman Tip-off tourney. Elijah Seger netted 13 points to lead the Patriots. Justin O’Neil added seven points, and Blake Peterson had six points and three blocks. For the Lions, Mayes Lane had 12 points, and Nick Garritano had six.
CB East senior Emma Loving registered a hat trick as the Patriots girls’ soccer team shut out Quakertown, 5-0, on Thursday. Erin Lutz and Brooke Zarzycki each found the back of the net once.
In the schools’ annual Dig Pink match on Thursday evening in Doylestown, CB East girls’ volleyball swept CB West, 3-0, to wrap up the SOL Continental Conference championship. The Patriots have yet to lose this season in the conference. Stats for CB East: Natalie Arm, eight kills, 10 aces, nine digs; Jenn Krzeminski, seven kills, five aces; Julia Gallagher-Teske, six kills; Krista Helveston, five kills, seven digs; Erin Lane, 16 digs; Kate Woolsey, eight digs; and Madie D’Angelo, eight digs. Stats for CB West: Sophia Videva, five kills, two aces, nine digs; Katie Hudson, five kills, five digs; Julia Schweibenz, three kills, eight digs; Kayla King, 15 assists, 12 digs, two blocks; Kailey Prall, 17 digs; and Jen Martyn, eight digs.
CB East girls’ volleyball swept Quakertown, 3-0, on Tuesday. Stats for CB East: Natalie Arm, 11 kills, three aces, three digs; Krista Helveston, eight kills, four aces, seven digs; Jenn Krzeminski, six kills, five aces; Madie D’Angelo, 29 assists, two aces; Erin Lane, 13 digs; and Kate Woolsey, three kills, two digs.
CB East golf got by Souderton, 193-194, on Thursday at Lederach Golf Club. Scores for CB East: Tommy Lewis, 36; Patrick Sheehan, 36; Hayden Rousselle, 39; Brandon Cassidy, 40; Scott Garrett, 42; Conner Krzaczyk, 44; Matt Becker, 44; and Matt Davis, 46.
CB East golf welcomed CB South and CB West to its annual CB Challenge on Monday at Lookaway Golf Club. The girls’ event was won by CB West’s Grace Enright with a score of 47. Enright is pictured with her head coach, Bob Schilling. The boys’ event was won by partners Reid Moncada from CB West and Eric Duncan from CB South. Moncada and Duncan are pictured.