Tommy Strasburger made two of three free throws with .5 seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift Central Bucks East boys’ hoops to a heart-pounding, 50-49 victory Friday night at Central Bucks South. The win gave the Patriots a share of the SOL Continental title with the Titans, North Penn and Pennridge. Strasburger finished the game with 16 points, 10 rebounds and three assists. Brendan O’Neil added 15 points to the winning effort. For CB South, Bryce Dobisch led the way with 14 points.
Matt Scamuffo torched the nets for 34 points (four three-pointers, 10 for 13 from the free throw line) as Central Bucks South boys’ basketball sent Pennridge to its second straight conference loss, 67-61, on Friday in Warrington. The Titans led 48-37 after three quarters. Dan Long was outstanding for the Rams, finishing with 22 points. Joe Molettiere contributed 17 points and Zach Muredda 14.
Matt Scamuffo deposited 23 points as Central Bucks South boys’ hoops routed Central Bucks East, 65-49, on Tuesday. The Titans led at the half, 25-17. Bryce Dobisch (13 points) and Chris Hones (12) joined Scamuffo in double figures for CB South. Tommy Strasburger led the Patriots with 14 points. Brendan O’Neil added 10 and Brendan McLaughlin nine for CB East.
Quakertown wrestling defeated Central Bucks South, 40-27, on Wednesday. 106: Collyn Dorney (Q) def. Raymond Calderaio (CBS), fall, 1:19. 113: Harrison Campbell (Q) def. Benjamin Drummond (CBS), fall, 5:12. 120: Kyle Murphy (CBS) def. Brendan Rosenberger (Q), fall, 2:44. 126: Tanner Seislove (Q) def. Bobby Croasdale (CBS), fall, 2:43. 132: Thomas Scarafone (CBS) def. Cullen Williamson (Q), fall, 2:19. 138: Noah Wood (Q) def. Antony Muzika (CBS), 5-0 dec. 145: Jon Kirkner (CBS) def. Jimmy Flood (Q), 4-3 dec. 152: Lucas Garges (Q) def. Kyle Monsalud (CBS), 11-0 major dec. 160: Ryan Monsalud (CBS) def. Nick Bonomo (Q), 6-4 dec. 170: Matt Stoneback (Q) def. Luke Kohler (CBS), 4-1 dec. 182: Joshua Berg (CBS) def. Bobby Boyd (Q), 3-0 dec. 195: Gavin Caroff (Q) def. Jared Smith (CBS), fall, 0:51. 220: Micah Jones (Q) def. Daniel Marks (CBS), fall, 4:20. 285: Sean Peniston (CBS) def. Justin Correa (Q), fall, 3:51.
Bryce Dobisch had 18 points and teammate Matt Scamuffo added 14 as Central Bucks South boys’ basketball triumphed over Central Bucks West, 45-40, on Tuesday evening. The Bucks led at the break, 18-17. Jared Kelly (13 points) and Pat Kelley (10) led CB West offensively.
Central Bucks South girls’ basketball overpowered Quakertown at home in Warrington on Friday night. The Titans were victorious, 55-16.
Central Bucks South boys’ hoops went on a 30-0 run between the third and fourth quarters in a 71-41 victory at Quakertown on Friday. Ryan Tagliamonte dropped in 20 points for the victors. Bryce Dobisch contributed 13 points and Paul Weeks had 11. For the Panthers, Griffin Schmidt netted 18 and Jake Perrine had seven.
Marvin Todd ran for 166 yards on 12 carries and three touchdowns as Central Bucks West football smoked Central Bucks South, 45-7, on Friday night. Thalen Sayres ran for a pair of scores for the Bucks. Corey Schott returned a punt 69 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter. Neither team scored in the second half. The Titans’ lone score came via a Matt Radwanski pass to Eric Katz for 35 yards.
Corinne Kenney and Rachel Gorman scored as Central Bucks South field hockey punched its ticket to states with a 2-0 victory Friday afternoon against Council Rock South in the District One Class AAA quarterfinals at War Memorial Field. The Titans, seeded second in the field, will face No. 14 Hatboro-Horsham, a Suburban One League Continental Conference rival, in the semifinals on Wednesday. The winner will take on either top-seeded West Chester Henderson or fourth-seeded Owen J. Roberts for the championship on Saturday at a time and place to be determined. The Titans fired off more than 20 shots and held a decisive advantage in corners, 20-5, on Friday.
Quakertown football held Central Bucks South to 126 total yards in a 24-7 victory Friday night. The Panthers scored all three of their touchdowns on the ground. Alec Vera (from eight yards) and Rob Burns (36) crossed the goal line in the second quarter, while Matt Stoneback (two) did the honors in the fourth quarter. Brian Kish had the lone Titans touchdown late in the third quarter. He returned a kickoff 81 yards to the house. For the game, Burns led the way with 155 yards on 13 carries. Stoneback had 19 for 80 yards.