Rams deny Golden Hawks

Pennridge boys’ basketball escaped with a 48-44 triumph over CR South on Saturday. The Rams held on with a 14-11 fourth quarter. Sean Yoder stepped up with 16 points on nine of 11 free throw shooting. Ryan Cuthbert nearly matched him with 14 points, thanks to three 3-pointers. Pennridge returned to .500 at 7-7 and will host CB South on Tuesday.

Truman stuns Rams

Pennridge girls’ basketball let one slip away in a 41-40 setback to Truman on Wednesday. The Rams were outscored 10-3 in the fourth quarter. Samantha Muredda netted 13 points for Pennridge; Brooke Bachtle and Gillian Anderson each contributed nine points.

Knights edge Rams in OT

Pennridge boys’ basketball succumbed to North Penn, 56-50 in overtime, on Tuesday. Jon Post deposited 19 points to pace the Rams. Kyle Yoder went for 10 points, while Sean Yoder netted nine. The setback dropped Pennridge to 6-7 overall. Next up for the Rams is a Saturday contest at Council Rock North against Council Rock South in the Coaches vs. Cancer event.

Post pumps in 20 points

Jon Post scored 20 and Ryan Kinky added 13 points as Pennridge boys’ basketball downed visiting Wissahickon, 52-44, on Saturday. A 19-10 Rams fourth quarter put the hosts ahead. Pennridge made 15 of 19 free throw attempts. The Rams evened their record at 6-6 and will travel to North Penn on Tuesday.

Bachtle lifts Rams

Brooke Bachtle tallied 16 points as Pennridge girls’ basketball crushed William Tennent, 45-31, on Friday. The Rams took a 17-7 advantage into the second quarter. Samantha Muredda and Gillian Anderson each deposited 10 points for Pennridge.

Rams destroy Tennent

Pennridge boys’ basketball overwhelmed William Tennent, 49-29, on Friday. The Rams began to the separate from the Panthers with a 21-12 second quarter and followed with a 13-5 third. Sean Yoder sank four 3s for his team-leading 22 points. Jon Post contributed 16 points. Pennridge moved to 5-6 overall and 2-3 in the SOL Continental.

Hawks handle Rams

Pennridge girls’ basketball succumbed to CR South, 36-29, on Wednesday. The Rams held a 10-6 lead after one quarter and a 16-14 edge at the break, however a 9-0 Golden Hawks third quarter proved to be the difference. Rose McCormick scored eight for the Rams; Emilee Cramer chipped in seven.

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