CB South girls’ volleyball put itself in a good position to make the District One field by thwarting visiting Council Rock South, 3-2 (20-25, 25-23, 25-7, 21-25, 15-12), on Wednesday. Stats for CB South: Megan Manderson, 20 kills, 23 digs; Morgan McCrory, two aces, 37 digs; Kelly Danyluk, seven aces, one kill, 30 assists, eight digs; Alyssa Dallmer, three aces, six kills, eight digs; Tara Korch, one kill, one dig; Kayla Dougherty, two kills, two digs; Sydney Hauser, two kills, six blocks; Jessica Shelton, one kill, three blocks, three digs; and Caroline Choromanski, one ace, one kill, six assists. “Tonight was our Senior Night,” head coach Kurt Godfrey said, “and as if that wasn’t enough emotion in the building, we ended up going five with Rock South tonight. Megan Manderson, one of our senior co-captains, came up absolutely huge for us and had her biggest night of the season so far. She seemed to be able to put the ball away for us whenever we needed to get out of a jam. All of those kills would not have been possible without our outstanding serve receive and defense tonight. I am so proud of all the girls who passed for us. Megan decided to help herself out a little bit too with 23 digs. Morgan McCrory, our other senior co-captain, continued her absolutely incredible season and ended up with 37 digs for us. That puts her over 600 digs for the season and it’s just awesome to watch her accomplish that tonight. All of our seniors started tonight and every single one of them helped us get the W tonight. Whether it was Kayla, Sydney or Tara at the net for us or if it was Caroline or Jess back row … each one of them stepped up in a moment we needed them. Rock South is a great team and they play defense really well. They seem to move around really well and it made for a drama-filled night. This National conference has been crazy this season and it really truly makes each match that much more important. Hopefully, we will get the opportunity to continue our season in the playoffs.”
CB South girls’ volleyball downed Pennridge, 3-1 (25-19, 25-17, 25-27, 25-13), on Tuesday to stay in the hunt for a district playoff berth. Stats for CB South: Megan Manderson, three aces, 12 kills, 19 digs; Morgan McCrory, two aces, two kills, 36 digs; Alyssa Dallmer, one ace, 16 kills, six blocks; Julia Dennis, nine kills, two blocks; Kelly Danyluk, five aces, 35 assists; Isabel Miller, five aces, three kills, 17 digs; and Sydney Hauser, three kills, two blocks. “Tonight was a huge win for us,” head coach Kurt Godfrey said. “All of the girls who played tonight contributed in a huge way. This was a game the team had circled on our calendar for a long time and it’s nice to pull out the W. Pennridge is a great team and they make you earn each point you get against them. They are extremely well coached and have some big talent. I thought we served really well and were able to put the pressure on them in serve receive. We were able to move on defense and put the ball away when we needed a big play. Megan, Julia and Alyssa were absolutely on fire tonight at the net. Megan has been amazing for us all season long, Julia has come on so strong in the second half of the season and Alyssa has been our utility player. She (Alyssa) has played almost every position for us at some point and she has handled it all with such poise and confidence. We are lucky to have such a great athlete like her. She was our ‘kills’ leader tonight and it was so nice to see her have such a big night. Isabel Miller also had a strong night for us on defense. I could talk about each player and give you positive things they did to contribute tonight. I am so proud of them and hopefully we can roll this momentum into our Senior Night tomorrow night.”
CB South girls’ volleyball beat Bensalem, 3-0 (25-12, 25-13, 25-19), on Monday. Stats for CB South: Megan Manderson, one ace, 11 kills, eight digs; Morgan McCrory, one ace, one kill, 30 digs; Alyssa Dallmer, five kills, three digs; Kelly Danyluk, 21 assists, four digs; and Allie Burke, three kills, one ace. “We played a very solid game tonight, and we were able to get some different girls in the line-up,” head coach Kurt Godfrey said. “Allie Burke suited up for varsity tonight and was able to make a contribution with three kills and a bunch of clutch serves for us. She’s a freshman and it was her first varsity match. I think she got one of the biggest cheers of the season when she checked into the game tonight. Our captains, Megan Manderson and Morgan McCrory, continued to be absolutely incredible for us and every single girl who played tonight made a contribution. It was a nice all-around team victory.”
CB South football halted a mini-two-game losing skid with a 14-7 victory over rival CB West on Friday. The Titans’ Nate Norris scored the only touchdown for either side in the first half with a one-yard run at the 6:09 mark of the second quarter. The Bucks knotted it at 7 early in the fourth when Jake Reichwein ran it in from five yards. Jack Johns tossed the game-winning score to Casey Sloms from 32 yards with 8:05 remaining in the contest. CB South’s Tyler Watson toted the pigskin 22 times for 107 yards on the ground. Ryan Moylan led CB West with 59 yards on eight carries. Norris, far and away, was the Titans’ leading tackler with 14 total stops.
CB South football went down to host Neshaminy, 42-14, on Friday. The Redskins scored the first 14 points and never looked back. The Titans cut it to 14-7 on a Tyler Watson one-yard touchdown plunge in the second quarter and then to 21-14 on a Jack Johns to Sean Charpentier 19-yard scoring hook-up in the third, but Neshaminy ended the contest on a 21-0 run. Watson finished with 107 yards on 17 carries. Johns had 72 yards on seven carries. Sean Carlen led the CB South defense with nine total tackles; Watson added seven.
CB South football went down for the first time this season on Friday. Visiting North Penn handed the Titans their first loss, 42-13, in Warrington. CB South had the deficit down to 14-13 at the 6:30 mark of the second quarter on a Jack Johns to Sean Charpentier four-yard touchdown pass, but the Knights rattled off the next 28 points to put the game away. Tyler Watson took a handoff 82 yards to the house to give CB South its first points with 9:38 left in the first half. Watson finished with 148 yards on the ground on nine carries. Watson added an interception on defense. Sean Gaida and Noah Collachi also had picks for the home team. Nate Norris amassed 12 total tackles and had the Titans’ lone sack.
CB South football moved to 5-0 overall with its 7-0 victory at Souderton on Friday evening. The lone score came in the third quarter when Tyler Watson carried the rock 78 yards into the end zone with 6:47 remaining. Watson finished with 98 yards on 13 attempts. The real story was the Titans defense, led by brothers Matt and Nate Norris, each of whom made 12 total tackles. Watson also had a pick.
CB South golf was too much for Abington, 192-216, on Wednesday at Limekiln. Scores for Abington: Jack Kurtz, 41; Timmy Gallagher, 42; Will Breslin, 43; Zach O’Leary, 45; Taylor Munn, 45; Victoria Monterosso, 45; Jordan Denish, 48; and Jacob Taylor, 49. Scores for CB South: Kevin Anthony, 36; Colin Johnston, 37; Evan Casey, 39; Jack Lawlor, 40; Andrew Seader, 40; Dylan Peniston, 42; Jack Cenci, 43; and David Shaffer, 43.
In a battle of unbeatens, CB South football came out on top on Friday night as the Titans got by CB East, 27-6, at Doylestown’s War Memorial Field. CB South outscored the Patriots 27-3 after the first quarter. Barney Amor kicked a pair of field goals for CB East. Sam Thompson tossed a pair of touchdowns, the first to Jason Horvath covered 41 yards in the second quarter and the second to Tyler Watson went for 52 yards in the third. Nate Norris had a touchdown on the ground for four yards early in the second quarter, and Noah Collachi iced the contest with a pick-six for 50 yards with 2:25 remaining. The Titans defense forced four turnovers. Matt Norris and Nate Norris led CB South with 14 and 13 total tackles, respectively.
North Penn went low to upend CB South golf, 187-194, on Tuesday at Limekiln. Scores for North Penn: Ron Robinson, 34; Andrew Lombardo, 35; Billy Donovan, 38; Min Kim, 38; Nick Romano, 42; Josie Genuardi, 43; Tyler Schulze, 45; and Ally McFarland, 47. Scores for CB South: Kevin Anthony, 34; Jack Lawlor, 40; Jack Cenci, 40; David Shaffer, 40; Josh Wilhelm, 40; Evan Casey, 41; Colin Johnston, 41; and Andrew Seader, 46.