Titans rally to bump Rams

CB South football came back to defeat visiting Pennridge, 21-14, on Friday. Jagger Hartshorn found Ryan Cuthbert for a 19-yard scoring strike less than halfway through the first quarter to give the Rams a 7-0 lead. The Titans answered as Sam Thompson went to Tyler Watson for a 30-yard touchdown more than three minutes later. Pennridge went back in front on a Hartshorn 16-yard scoring run with 2:48 remaining in the half. CB South responded as the horn sounded on the first half when Thompson hooked up with Casey Sloms from 24 yards out. The extra-point try was no good. With five minutes left in the third, the Titans scored the decisive touchdown as Thompson passed to Cole Braccio who ran into the end zone from eight yards away. Thompson went to Watson for the two-point conversion. Thompson was the star of the game, rushing for 131 yards on 24 carries and tossing three touchdown passes. Hartshorn led the Rams with 79 yards on 16 carries. Defensively for the Titans, Matt Norris had 11 total tackles, including one of CB South’s three sacks. Ryan Watson had an interception.

Titans stay alive for districts

CB South girls’ volleyball downed Pennridge, 3-1 (25-19, 25-17, 25-27, 25-13), on Tuesday to stay in the hunt for a district playoff berth. Stats for CB South: Megan Manderson, three aces, 12 kills, 19 digs; Morgan McCrory, two aces, two kills, 36 digs; Alyssa Dallmer, one ace, 16 kills, six blocks; Julia Dennis, nine kills, two blocks; Kelly Danyluk, five aces, 35 assists; Isabel Miller, five aces, three kills, 17 digs; and Sydney Hauser, three kills, two blocks. “Tonight was a huge win for us,” head coach Kurt Godfrey said. “All of the girls who played tonight contributed in a huge way. This was a game the team had circled on our calendar for a long time and it’s nice to pull out the W. Pennridge is a great team and they make you earn each point you get against them. They are extremely well coached and have some big talent. I thought we served really well and were able to put the pressure on them in serve receive. We were able to move on defense and put the ball away when we needed a big play. Megan, Julia and Alyssa were absolutely on fire tonight at the net. Megan has been amazing for us all season long, Julia has come on so strong in the second half of the season and Alyssa has been our utility player. She (Alyssa) has played almost every position for us at some point and she has handled it all with such poise and confidence. We are lucky to have such a great athlete like her. She was our ‘kills’ leader tonight and it was so nice to see her have such a big night. Isabel Miller also had a strong night for us on defense. I could talk about each player and give you positive things they did to contribute tonight. I am so proud of them and hopefully we can roll this momentum into our Senior Night tomorrow night.”

Panthers chip past Rams

Quakertown golf downed Pennridge, 221-229, on Monday at Locust Valley. Scores for Quakertown: Johnny Williams, 41; Ryan Stainer, 42; Ryan Howard, 44; Madilyn Siuta, 47; Calvin Suk, 47; Connor Coulton, 49; Corey Cope, 51; and Mackenzie Mulkiwicz, 56. Scores for Pennridge: Cole White, 42; Matt Dolan, 43; Michael Simpson, 44; Tyler Salemno, 47; Ben Baker, 53; T.J. Detweiler, 53; Nick Perricone, 53; and Paul Croyle, 59.

Titans trip up Rams

CB South golf upended Pennridge, 197-246, on Thursday at Limekiln. Scores for Pennridge: Cole White, 42; Riley LaRiviere, 49; Nick Perricone, 51; Ben Baker, 52; Paul Croyle, 52; Caroline McFadden, 56; Matt Dolan, 58; and Nick Arcaro, 62. Scores for CB South: Kevin Anthony, 37; David Shaffer, 38; Evan Casey, 40; Jack Lawlor, 41; Jack Cenci, 41; Colin Johnston, 43; Andrew Seader, 48; and Jack Mannas, 50.

Rams sneak by Panthers

Pennridge girls’ tennis edged Quakertown, 4-3, on Tuesday. 1st singles: Laryssa Badulak (Q) def. Lauren Harries (P), 6-1, 6-0. 2nd singles: Katrina Janeczko (P) def. Rebecca Miller (Q), 6-2, 6-4. 3rd singles: Victoria Hanus (P) def. Abby Campion (Q), 7-5, 6-0. 1st doubles: Sam Shourds and Devyn Keane (Q) def. Courtney Landis and Kaitlyn Harries (P), 6-4, 1-6, 6-1. 2nd doubles: Riley Hetrick and Madi Dayton (Q) def. Aarathi Kallur and Tess Woolslager (P), 7-5, 7-5. 3rd doubles: Lauren Schuler and Emily Osborne (P) def. Olivia Porambo and Liah Kim (Q), 7-5, 6-3. 4th doubles: Sam Tiedeken and Kate Sacks (P) def. Odalis Peralta and Cindy Zhang (Q), 6-0, 6-2.

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