Pennridge girls’ basketball scurried past Quakertown, 40-28, on Tuesday. The Rams were up 25-8 at halftime. Devan Rimmer scored 13, Lydia Konstanzer eight, Gillian Anderson seven and Brooke Bachtle six for the Rams. For the Panthers, Marina Cooke gathered eight points, Jill Martin six and Meghan Klee four.
Max Wagner and Dan Long combined for 46 points as Pennridge boys’ basketball defeated Quakertown, 66-52, on Tuesday. Wagner had 24 points and Long 22, including three three-pointers. Stephen Lowry and Ryan Cuthbert each added eight. Griffin Schmidt tallied 30 for the Panthers. He knocked down five three-pointers. J.R. Grimmage contributed 13 points in the setback.
Pennridge wrestling beat rival Quakertown, 45-25, at home on Friday night. 106: Josh Stahl (Q) def. John Snyder (P), 16-0 technical fall. 113: Matt Parker (P) def. Corey Cope (Q), 20-3 technical fall. 120: Trent Nielsen (Q) def. Austin Rush (P), 12-2 major decision. 126: Kordell Rush (P) def. Daulton Kline (Q), fall in 3:49. 132: Evan Widing (P) def. Stone Snyder (Q), fall in 4:42. 138: Christian Cooper (P) def. Charles Witman (Q), 6-4 decision. 145: David Nahas (P) def. Nicholas Hadley (Q), fall in 2:33. 152: Tanner Seislove (Q) def. Stephen Blanchard (P), 11-3 major decision. 160: Josh Stillings (P) def. Mike Maquire (Q), fall in 3:12. 170: Paul O’Neill (P) def. Nick Basile (Q), 8-5 decision. 182: Kyle Gentile (P) def. Nick Bonomo (Q), 14-3 major decision. 195: Andrew Reinhold (P) def. Jesse Redmond (Q), fall in 0:54. 220: Gavin Caroff (Q) def. Stephen Dadio (P), fall in 2:37. 285: Justin Correa (Q) def. Brian Lafty (P), fall in 1:39.
Pennridge boys’ basketball keeps on winnin’. The Rams jumped on host Hatboro-Horsham on Friday night, racing out to an 18-8 lead after one quarter and downing the Hatters, 52-39, to improve to 11-2 overall and 5-1 in the SOL Continental. The Rams hit 16 of 18 free throws and were led by Dan Long’s 17 points. Ryan Cuthbert and Max Wagner each had 10 points and Kyle Yoder added eight. Pennridge will return to the hardwood on Tuesday when it hosts Quakertown.
Pennridge boys’ basketball dominated Neshaminy, 69-51, on Wednesday night. The Rams led 40-29 at the half and 60-35 after three. Dan Long deposited 19 points to lead Pennridge. Max Wagner added 14 and DeVon Balmer 10. The Rams (10-2 overall) connected on eight of 10 free throws.
Dan Long scored 31 as Pennridge boys’ basketball jumped on host North Penn, 74-66, on Tuesday. Long went 11 for 13 from the line and knocked down two threes. Max Wagner (14 points) and Ryan Cuthbert (11) also managed to reach double figures. The Rams outscored the Knights, 15-8, in the third quarter. Pennridge is 9-2 overall and 4-1 in the SOL Continental and will host Neshaminy on Wednesday.
Pennridge boys’ basketball handed Southern Lehigh its first loss of the season, 54-33, in the final of Tuesday’s Boyertown holiday tournament. The Rams pulled away in the fourth quarter, scoring 16 to the Spartans’ three. Dan Long was again Pennridge’s leading scorer with 21. Max Wagner netted 10. Stephen Lowry had eight. The Rams are 8-2 overall and will travel to North Penn on Tuesday.
Pennridge boys’ basketball dumped Governor Mifflin, 53-42, on Monday at Boyertown. The Rams led, 24-20, at the half. Dan Long scored a team-high 14 for Pennridge; Max Wagner added 10 points. The Rams improved to 7-2 and will take on undefeated Southern Lehigh (9-0) on Tuesday for the tournament title.
Dan Long needed 23 points on Tuesday night against Souderton to register his 1,000th career point. The Pennridge senior dropped in 27 in the Rams’ 83-64 victory. Long hit three three-pointers and was perfect from the line (six for six). Pennridge outscored Souderton, 24-8, in the second quarter. Max Wagner had 19 points in the winning effort. The Rams shot 15 for 16 from the charity stripe. Pennridge, at 6-2 overall and 3-1 in the SOL Continental, will compete in Boyertown’s holiday tournament next week.
Pennridge boys’ basketball fell to Emmaus, 82-75, on Saturday. The difference was the third quarter, where the Rams were outscored, 23-15. Ryan Cuthbert was nearly unstoppable for Pennridge. He had 27 points, including six three-pointers. Dan Long was right behind him with 23 points and two made threes, and Stephen Lowry netted 13 points and four made three-pointers.