CB West boys’ volleyball handled CB South, 3-0 (25-11, 25-13, 25-19), on Monday. Stats for CB South: Mark Macios, two kills, three digs, 17 assists; Jack Mayhew, five kills, three blocks, eight digs; and Justin Koren, seven kills, five blocks, three digs.
CB East boys’ lacrosse made up for its setback to CB West in early April by routing the Bucks, 14-2, on Thursday in Holicong. The Patriots led 14-0 after three quarters. Owen Griffin’s four goals paced the home team. Ryan Brown had three, and Mike Ott and Ryan Stout each found the back of the cage twice. Ott won 14 of 18 faceoffs, and Liam Rosenthal made five saves in goal. Bryan McIntosh and Logan Nelsen each picked up five ground balls for CB East, while Stout and Griffin each scooped up three. Brown had two, as well as a team-high four forced turnovers. McIntosh was credited with two forced turnovers. The Patriots are now 11-4 overall and 9-2 in the SOL Continental; the Bucks are 12-4 and 7-3.
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.
Pennridge boys’ volleyball prevailed at Central Bucks West, 3-1 (25-18, 28-26, 19-25, 25-20), on Monday. Stats for Pennridge: Jesse Smith, 40 assists, 12 digs, five blocks; Ben Chinnici, 22 kills, eight digs, three aces; Cross Edwards, eight kills, six digs, two aces; Aaron Nelson, six kills, four blocks; Josiah Friesen, five kills, three blocks; Kevin Jones, three kills, five blocks; Austin Rush, 10 digs; and Jeremy Baum, 10 digs. The Rams are on top of the SOL Continental with a record of 12-1 and will head to North Penn on Wednesday.
Devyn Bard pitched a complete game shutout as Quakertown baseball stopped CB West, 7-0, on Tuesday. Bard allowed only two hits in seven innings of work. He struck out four and walked three. Lake Friday went 2-for-4 with two runs scored for the Panthers. Aaron Besch and Tyler Guidos each knocked in three, while Jake Reed scored three runs.
CB West boys’ volleyball pushed aside Quakertown, 3-0 (25-18, 25-11, 25-17), on Thursday. Stats for Quakertown: Mike Dierolf, nine kills, 10 digs; Zach Dierolf, six kills, one block; Graham Wilson, two kills, two blocks; Logan Spieker, seven kills, one block, five digs; Justin Flor, three digs; and Drew Stout, 21 assists.
CB West boys’ volleyball defeated CB South, 3-0 (25-7, 25-15, 25-16), on Monday. “They play great defense and we struggled to put the ball away,” Titans head coach Matt Ehlers said. “We’re working through some injuries, which have resulted in some position changes, but I think the first-year guys are getting some quality experience from the playing time they’re seeing.” Stats for CB South: Mark Macios, one kill, two blocks, five digs, 12 assists; Justin Koren, nine kills, two blocks, six digs; and Evan Quinn, one ace, one kill, two blocks, two digs.
CB West boys’ tennis routed Hatboro-Horsham, 7-0, on Friday to capture its third straight SOL Continental championship. The Bucks wrapped up their conference slate at 7-0, having outscored their opponents by a combined 45-4. 1st singles: Dale Johnson (CBW) def. Ben Kron (HH), 6-1, 6-2. 2nd singles: Brad Johnson (CBW) def. Josh Fuller (HH), 6-1, 6-0. 3rd singles: Jason Chen (CBW) def. Mike O’Neill (HH), 6-0, 6-1. 1st doubles: Colin Schmidt and James Kong (CBW) def. Q. Comber and T. Abraham (HH), 6-4, 6-3. 2nd doubles: Brendan Warren and Pat Matthews (CBW) def. M. Boyle and C. Frary (HH), 6-2, 6-3. 3rd doubles: Reid Moncada and Tom Walsh (CBW) def. M. Lubinski and A. Augopaille (HH), 6-4, 6-1. 4th doubles: Steffan Horwath and Matt Monahan (CBW) def. I. Kron and J. McCormack (HH), 6-0, 6-0.
CB West boys’ tennis beat Quakertown, 6-1, on Thursday. 1st singles: Nolan Pernia (Q) def. Dale Johnson (CBW), 6-1, 6-1. 2nd singles: Brad Johnson (CBW) def. Alec Buonanno (Q), 6-0, 6-1. 3rd singles: Jason Chen (CBW) def. Ray McCarroll (Q), 6-0, 6-0. 1st doubles: Colin Schmidt and James Kong (CBW) def. Randy Stenson and Danny Reigh (Q), 6-2, 6-0. 2nd doubles: Pat Matthews and Steffan Horwath (CBW) def. Mason Sullivan and Tomas Sipone (Q), 6-0, 6-0. 3rd doubles: Reid Moncada and Matt Monahan (CBW) def. Hunter Webb and Eric Neagu (Q), 6-1, 6-3. 4th doubles: Steve Bolton and Dan Bolton (CBW) def. Mason Bruzgo and Noa Robinson (Q), 6-0, 6-0.
CB West boys’ lacrosse needed double overtime to down CB East, 7-6, on Wednesday at Doylestown’s War Memorial Field. Scoring goals for the Patriots were: Grant Porter, Ryan Brown, Ryan Stout, Ryan Schmidt, Logan Nelsen, Owen Griffin and Michael Ott. Ott also won 11 of 14 faceoffs. CB East goalie Ian Mauer was credited with nine saves. Nelsen picked up four ground balls; Joe Thiroway and Schmidt each scooped up three. Bryan McIntosh and Nelsen finished with three and two forced turnovers, respectively.