Shannon Gibat scored a hat trick as Quakertown girls’ soccer dispatched CB South, 4-0, on Tuesday. Jami Soriano had two assists, while Hailee Stauffer and Gibat each had one. Katie Crouthamel scored the first goal of the game for the Panthers. Erinne Finlayson amassed six saves for Quakertown; Emily Polcino had eight for the Titans, who were outshot, 12-6.
Central Bucks South football fell by seven, 35-28, to North Penn Friday night. Josh Adams (11 carries for 99 yards) and Dion Clifton (13 carries for 70 yards) both scored a TD on the ground for the Titans. Matt Radwanski (13 for 22 for 134 yards) threw a pair of scores, to Kevin Moran for 30 yards and to Paul Weeks for six. Luke Wiley and Luke Kohler led the Titans with 13 total tackles apiece.
Central Bucks South girls’ volleyball was too much for Quakertown, 3-1 (25-14, 25-15, 17-25, 25-20), on Thursday. Amanda Pursel and Haley Sheehan paced the Panthers’ attack with nine and eight kills, respectively. Jen Sterner had 16 assists.
Central Bucks South football outscored Souderton 31-6 in the second half en route to a 45-26 victory Friday night. Josh Adams led the way for the Titans with 18 carries for 213 yards and three scores. CB South quarterback Matt Radwanski threw for two touchdowns, both to Paul Weeks (three catches, 76 yards). On the defensive side of the ball, Bobby DiBrino and Weeks each had a forced fumble, while Luke Wiley picked off a pass.
Central Bucks South girls’ volleyball was too strong, 3-0 (25-11, 25-18, 25-12), for Quakertown on Tuesday. The loss dropped the Panthers to 1-6 overall and 0-5 in the SOL Continental Conference.
Evan Bechtel completed nine holes in 39 strokes as Central Bucks South golf scooted past Hatboro-Horsham, 203-207, Monday. Two strokes behind Bechtel for the Titans were: Kyle Putnam, Jake Fitts, Max Schwartz and Nash Nickerson, all of whom finished with a 41.
Trailing 16-10 at the half, Central Bucks South football shut out Hatboro-Horsham in the second half to prevail, 30-16, Friday night. The Titans scored all three of their second-half touchdowns on the ground: a two-yard keeper by quarterback Matt Radwanski, a three-yard run by Josh Adams and a short, one-yard reverse by Paul Weeks. Radwanski ran for two scores in the game. Dion Clifton had 20 carries for 180 yards to lead CB South. Luke Kohler had an interception for the Titans, while Jack Mummert had CB South’s lone sack.
Central Bucks South boys’ cross country defeated both Hatboro-Horsham, 24-31, and Quakertown, 28-29, at a tri-meet Wednesday in Warrington. The Panthers edged the Hatters, 28-29. Top 10: Casey Comer (H-H), 15:40; Alex Balla (Q), 16:02; Colin McLaughlin (Q), 16:21; Tom Quinn (CBS), 16:39; Matt Scarpill (CBS), 16:45; Dylan Ashbach (H-H), 16:47; James Chappell (CBS), 16:54; Stephen Shelly (Q), 17:01; Jack Marquis (CBS), 17:03; and Chris Buchavich (Q), 17:12. On the girls’ side, CB South beat both Hatboro-Horsham, 18-43, and Quakertown, 19-42, while the Hatters defeated the Panthers, 24-33. Top 10: Brynne Mulloy (CBS), 19:41; Kaitlyn Poiesz (CBS), 19:41; Reland Saugling (Q), 20:27; Alexa Kwapinski (CBS), 20:30; Alyssa Quinn (H-H), 20:34; Lauren Brauckman (CBS), 20:42; Karina Bolton (Q), 20:45; Hanna Knudsen (H-H), 20:59; Brianna Stratz (CBS), 21:16; and Amber Stratz (CBS), 21:24.
Central Bucks South football ran for 316 yards as the Titans handed Notre Dame a 47-37 setback on Thursday night. Dion Clifton had 20 carries for 111 yards and two scores; Josh Adams had five carries for 106 yards and one score; and Matt Radwanski had six carries for 103 yards and one touchdown. Radwanski also threw for 211 yards on 16 completions and two scores. Nick Gannon had two picks. CB South is 2-1 on the season.
Central Bucks South golf was announced the winner, 111-118, in Thursday’s match with Quakertown that was shortened because of thunderstorms. Jake Fitts shot a 21 to lead the Titans. He was followed by: Kyle Putnam and Daniel Yahr (22) and Jordan Yahr and Max Schwartz (23). Scores for the Panthers were: Joe Rochelle, 22; Cody Sterner and Calvin Suk, 23; Ryan Stainer, 24; and Tanner Seislove, 26.