Tyler Shoultes went 4-for-5 with two doubles and four RBI as Pennridge baseball downed Quakertown, 9-3, on Monday. Brad Misialek and Danny Shane each went 2-for-5 for the Rams. For the Panthers, Jake Reed swiped two bases.
Pennridge boys’ volleyball (10-2) defeated North Penn, 3-0 (25-23, 25-19, 26-24), on Thursday. Henry Savage led a balanced Rams attack with nine kills and two blocks. Kolby Smith (eight kills, five digs, four aces), Alex Vellner (seven kills), Devon Rice (six kills, six digs, three aces, two blocks) and Ben Chinnici (four blocks, six digs, two aces) and Brad Nase (28 assists) also contributed.
Pennridge boys’ volleyball won at Cheltenham, 3-1 (25-14, 25-15, 20-25, 25-19), on Wednesday. The Rams are 9-2 on the season. Brad Nase had 41 assists for Pennridge, and Max McVaugh added eight digs. Also of note: Devon Rice, 10 kills, six blocks, six digs, three aces; Ben Chinnici, 10 kills, eight blocks, six digs, three aces; Henry Savage, six kills, three blocks; and Vince Kauders, three kills, two blocks.
Pennridge boys’ volleyball (8-2) won at Central Bucks South, 3-0 (25-13, 25-15, 25-18), on Monday evening. Devon Rice had a nice all-around game with nine kills, four aces and three blocks. Ben Chinnici managed nine kills and six digs, while Vince Kauders added two kills and three blocks, and Alex Vellner had four kills and two aces. Brad Nase amassed 30 assists and three aces. Kolby Smith also had three aces.
Pennridge boys’ volleyball was defeated at Central Bucks West, 3-0 (25-21, 25-14, 25-23), on Monday evening. Alex Vellner had 12 kills to lead the Rams. Kolby Smith managed seven kills and eight digs, and Henry Savage notched six kills and two blocks. Devon Rice amassed eight digs, while Steve Braun had nine for Pennridge. Brad Nase dished out 28 assists.
Aylssa Wilkinson did it all for Quakertown softball on Thursday. She pitched a complete game in the circle, and she went 2-for-4 at the dish with two doubles and two RBI in the Panthers’ 6-1 victory over Pennridge. Quakertown scored all six of its runs in the top of the fifth. Emily Mayhew took the loss for the Rams. Meghan Klee knocked in two with a shot up the middle in the fifth. Senior Becca Robison started the inning with her first home run that carried over the centerfield fence.
Pennridge scratched by Quakertown baseball courtesy of a two-out bases-loaded balk in the seventh to prevail, 10-9. Aaron Besch hit a three-run homer for the Panthers. Pat San Angelo went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI. Vinny La Cava pitched 4.2 innings and went 2-for-3 at the plate.
The Pennridge boys’ track team downed Quakertown, 109.5-40.5, on Tuesday.
Pennridge boys’ tennis coasted by Quakertown, 7-0, on Tuesday. 1st singles: Chandat Phan (P) def. Mike Kelsall (Q), 6-1, 6-1. 2nd singles: Jessie Herb (P) def. Brandon Quinn (Q), 6-3, 6-1. 3rd singles: Raphael Rangel (P) def. Alec Buonanno (Q), 6-1, 6-3. 1st doubles: Ernest Pelicciotti and Steve Mehlbown (P) def. Evan Koch and Ryan Cookson (Q), 6-7, 6-1, 10-2. 2nd doubles: Ben VanPelt and Jeremy Tylenda (P) def. Louis Andreacchio and Evan Cosgrove (Q), 6-0, 6-0. 3rd doubles: Neil Frings and Kevin Xaner (P) def. Tyler Andreacchio and Zach Krauss (Q), 6-2, 6-1. 4th doubles: Noah Cave and Gordon Biaxall (P) def. Randy Stenson and Kasey Hill (Q), 6-0, 6-0.
The Pennridge boys’ track team had 10 winners at Saturday’s Pirate Invitational at Palisades. They were: Mike Class, 100 meters (11.44) and 200 meters (23.49); Nick Koehler, 110 hurdles (16.08) and 300 hurdles (41.68); Matt Schulberger, 800 meters (2:02.32); Joey Logue, 1,600 meters (4:20.57), new meet record; Mike Tatarowicz, triple jump (40-6); 4×100 (Mike Roeder, Tatarowicz, Matt Firuta, Class), 44.88; 4×800 (Alec Nahas, Noah Trueblood, Justin Musco, Dan Williams), 8:26.39; and 4×400 (Austin Howell, Alex Masgai, Koehler, Logue), 3:27.18. Finishing in second were: Alex Moran, 110 hurdles (16.81) and 300 hurdles (43.61); Masgai, 400 meters (52.43); Williams, 800 meters (2:04.11); Koehler, pole vault (11.6); and Ryan Sterling, shot put (41-8). In third place were: Trueblood, 800 meters (2:06.85), and Schulberger, 1,600 meters (4:40.33).