Titans triple up Panthers

Chris Palkovics went seven strong as CB South baseball beat Quakertown, 6-2, on Thursday. Palkovics surrendered just two unearned runs and struck out seven. He allowed three hits and walked a batter. Palkovics was backed by an offense led by Tommy Dugan, who went 2-for-3 with two RBI and one run scored. Kyle Rossi and Andrew Dietz each contributed two RBI, while Chad Steinberg scored a pair. Cooper Johnson absorbed the loss. Of the six runs he allowed in four innings, only one was earned. Lake Friday scored two runs for the Panthers.

Titans take thriller in five

CB South boys’ volleyball defeated La Salle, 3-2 (26-24, 25-17, 16-25, 12-25, 15-12), Tuesday on Senior Recognition Night. Stats for CB South: Tyler Grochowski, one kill, five digs; Jack Mayhew, two aces, nine kills, seven blocks, 15 digs; Mark Macios, one kill, five blocks, six digs, 31 assists; Justin Koren, three aces, 19 kills, nine blocks, five digs; and David Lulko, one ace, 14 digs.

Titans dominate on Senior Night

CB South girls’ lacrosse powered past visiting CR South, 16-3, on Senior Night. Kasey Dietzel led the Titans with five goals and four draw controls. Courtney Taylor had three goals, two assists and two draw controls, while Courtney Dietzel had two goals, three assists and five draw controls. Kristen Berntsen and Tori Wigand each managed two goals. Hayley Montana and Molly Sullivan each had one goal. Goalie Erin Putnam made 13 saves.

Pennridge hosts Helman meet

Pennridge welcomed 10 other track and field teams, both boys and girls, to Thursday’s Helman Memorial Track and Field Meet. In attendance were: Abington Friends (AF), CB East (CBE), CB South (CBS), CB West (CBW), Christopher Dock (CD), CR North (CRN), New Hope-Solebury (NH), Pennridge (P), Plumstead Christian (PC), Souderton (S) and Western Wayne (WW). Boys’ first-place winners follow: 300 (Adam Smoluk, CBS), 39.81; 4×800 (Jeff Espinal, Jared Pleibel, Andrew Saville, Solomon Araneta, P), 8:22.30; 100 (Josh Pinkney, P), 10.94; 1,600 (Matt Eissler, P), 4:27.34; 4×100 (Carson VanHart, Owen Eisen, Matt Firuta, Josh Pinkney, P), 42.52; 400 (Jake Claricurzio, CBW), 50.81; 110 (Josh Wolfe, CD), 15.30; 800 (Tucker Desko, P), 1:54.77; 200 (Christian Bobowicz, CBW), 21.81; 3,200 (Jake Brophy, CBE), 9:34.01; 4×400 (Alex Dimon, Jeff Espinal, Matt Eissler, Solomon Araneta, P), 3:27.10; 4×100 throwers (P); shot put (Riley LaRiviere, P), 46-7.5; discus (Riley LaRiviere, P), 144-6; javelin (Jamie Fitzsimmons, CBW), 140-2; long jump (Alex Parasky, CBE), 21-4.5; triple jump (Adam Smoluk, CBS), 42-11.5; high jump (Matt Moyer, P), 6-0; and pole vault (Cole Rupert, CD), 13-3. Girls’ first-place winners follow: 300 (Jess Milligan, P), 45.93; 4×800 (Abbey Iafolla, Annie Senour, Hannah Morris, Kieran Hutchinson, CBE), 9:52.55; 100 (Kouri Peace, P), 11.85; 1,600 (Monika Brill, P), 5:21.29; 4×100 (CBS), 48.16; 400 (Savannah Herring, NH), 1:00.20; 800 (Juliet Ryan, P), 2:20.40; 200 (Kouri Peace, P), 23.60; 3,200 (Monika Brill, P), 11:51.16; 4×400 (CBS), 4:01.81; shot put (Ashley George, P), 32-11; discus (Michelle Sun, CRN), 83-6; javelin (Shannon Coache, P), 101-3; long jump (Sara Pfeiffer, CBS), 16-4.5; triple jump (Haley Anderson, CD), 35-8; high jump (Valerie Przekop, CBS), 5-7.5; and pole vault (Nikki Clements, CD), 10-9.

Patriots leap over Titans

CB East boys’ lacrosse shut out CB South 9-0 in the first half and went on to a 13-5 victory in Warrington on Friday. Ryan Brown and Owen Griffin each scored a hat trick for the Patriots. Mike Ott and Ryan Stout each managed two goals. Alec Bracken and Brant Billingsley each added two assists. Ott, meanwhile, went on to win 13 of 15 faceoffs and Colin Stein won six of seven. Liam Rosenthal had six saves in front of the CB East cage. Conor Larkin led the way with five ground balls. The Patriots (9-4) will host North Penn on Monday, May 2 at 3:30 p.m.

Titans topped by North Penn

CB South boys’ volleyball fell to North Penn, 3-1 (25-19, 25-19, 20-25, 25-14), on Monday. Stats for CB South: Mark Macios, one kill, one block, four digs, 21 assists; Justin Koren, 10 kills, seven blocks, 13 digs, three assists; Tim White, four kills, three digs; Joe Karn, one ace, three kills, two blocks, two digs; and Mason Zeo, two aces, five kills, nine digs.

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