Central Bucks South and Pennridge football combined for seven touchdowns on Friday night, all came on the ground. Joe Unangst scored three for the Rams, and Josh Adams scored three for the Titans. The difference? CB South quarterback Kevin Witchey’s 35-yard touchdown run on 4th and 15 about halfway through the second quarter, which turned the tide and helped the Titans to a 28-21 victory. Unangst finished with 228 yards on 29 carries, while Adams had 198 yards on 26 carries, including touchdown runs of one and 40 yards in the second half. Pennridge led, 21-14, at halftime.
Central Bucks South girls’ volleyball defeated Quakertown, 3-0 (25-14, 25-17, 25-20), on Monday. Lindsay Beck picked up 19 digs for the Panthers. Amanda Pursel had eight kills and four digs, and Katelyn Spieker had four kills and three digs. Jen Sterner had 12 assists, five digs, two aces and two kills.
Central Bucks South senior running back Josh Adams scored three touchdowns (two on the ground, one through the air) as the Titans football team defeated host Abington, 23-7, on Friday. Adams lugged the pigskin 35 times for 167 yards; he also caught a 30-yard scoring strike from Kevin Witchey in the first quarter. Witchey also did considerable damage on the ground, running for 89 yards on 16 carries. Mike Goldsworthy had two interceptions for the Titans; George Curtis had two sacks.
Central Bucks South girls’ volleyball blitzed Quakertown, 3-0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-21), on Tuesday. Amanda Pursel managed seven kills and 16 digs for the Panthers. Kerry Vanyo had 10 assists, eight digs and three aces, while Jen Sterner had seven assists, two kills, six digs and two aces, and Lindsay Beck dug 20 balls.
Central Bucks South football upped its record to 5-1 with a 52-36 victory at Neshaminy on Thursday evening. Senior QB Kevin Witchey (13 for 24 for 193 yards) threw two touchdown passes and ran in another and senior tailback Josh Adams ran for 253 yards on 32 carries and four scores – he also caught a TD pass – as the Titans ran their record to 3-0 in the SOL National. Austin Cannon caught five balls for 75 yards, including a touchdown. Luke Wiley paced the CB South D with nine total tackles.
North Penn football fell a whisker short of beating Central Bucks South on Friday night in Warrington. The Knights’ decision to go for the win in the closing minute of the fourth quarter led to a 28-27 setback. The Titans stuffed Nick Isabella’s failed two-point run to give CB South the narrow victory. Josh Adams was unbelievable for the Titans, rushing for 328 yards on 33 carries and three scores. CB South signal-caller Kevin Witchey tossed a touchdown pass of six yards to Troy Robertson for the Titans’ fourth and final touchdown. Luke Wiley led CB South with 12 total tackles. Teammate Justin Schrieber had a pick.
Central Bucks South football destroyed Bensalem, 42-0, on Friday. The Titans led at the break, 35-0. Josh Adams scored three first-half touchdowns and finished with 77 yards on just six carries. Senior quarterback Kevin Witchey completed eight of 10 passes for 76 yards and a score (to Austin Cannon). Mike Litzenberger led the defensive charges with six total tackles and a sack.
Quakertown field hockey gave Central Bucks South all it could handle in a 2-0 setback on Thursday. The game was scoreless at halftime, but the Titans deposited two goals in the second half to post the shutout. Laura Zakzrewski and Emily Cliggett connected for CB South, which outshot Quakertown, 20-8. Rylee Lawler made 13 saves for the Panthers. “[We] had some scoring opportunities early in the game, missing tipped shots just wide of the cage,” Quakertown head coach Alyssa Maltese said. “South scored quickly in the second half off a nice penalty corner set-up. … We are taking this game as a learning experience and are going to continue to work together to make strides to move the program in the right direction.”
Linzi Wolfe scored two goals in a 32-second span midway through the first half to lead Quakertown girls’ soccer to a 2-1 victory over Central Bucks South on Wednesday. The game was the first for girls’ soccer on the newly renovated Alumni Field turf. The Panthers’ Katie Crouthamel assisted on the second goal. Quakertown was led by a strong performance from midfielder Jami Soriano and ’keeper Erinne Finlayson (11 saves). Courtney Taylor tallied a goal for CB South, while Krysta Reading anchored the defense.
Central Bucks South boys’ cross country narrowly beat Quakertown, 26-31, on Wednesday. Top 10: Matt Scarpill (CBS), 16:49; Hudson Delisle (Q), 17:43; Eric Tomaselli (CBS), 17:54; Jack Marquis (CBS), 17:55; Tommaso Stalletti (Q), 17:57; Colin Mulloy (CBS), 18:15; James Eicheldinger (Q), 18:15; Nolan Pernia (Q), 18:18; Brett Wolfinger (Q), 18:23; Trevor Fowler (Q), 18:24.