Pennridge boys’ basketball downed Governor Mifflin, 67-62, in the first round of the Boyertown Christmas tournament on Friday. Dan Long was nearly unstoppable for the Rams (6-2 overall), netting 23 points. Zach Muredda (17 points) and Stephen Lowry (nine) also contributed, among others.
Pennridge boys’ basketball enters the week undefeated at 3-0 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference after defeating Hatboro-Horsham, 53-47, on Saturday. Pat McClatchy and Joe Molettiere led the way offensively for the Rams. McClatchy netted 17 points and Molettiere managed 15. Pennridge will return to action on Dec. 27 at 4:30 p.m. when it faces Governor Mifflin at the Boyertown Christmas Tournament.
Pennridge boys’ basketball outscored Quakertown 20-4 in the second quarter en route to a 71-41 victory Thursday. Joe Molettiere netted 18 points for the Rams. Zach Muredda had 12 and Stephen Lowry added nine. Brian Rejniak led the way offensively for the Panthers, dropping in 14 points. Griffin Schmidt had 11.
Pennridge boys’ basketball mounted a 20-11 fourth quarter to send back Christopher Dock, 52-48, on Wednesday. Zach Muredda dropped in 19 points to lead the Rams. He was helped by Joe Molettiere, who added 15. Pennridge went 15 for 22 from the free throw line. The Rams (3-2 overall) will return to action Thursday at Quakertown.
Pennridge boys’ basketball hit eight three-pointers (three each by Zach Muredda and Pat McClatchy) in a 75-62 victory Friday evening against Central Bucks South. The Rams led at the half, 37-18. Muredda’s 20 points led the way. Joe Molettiere netted 18 and Dan Long 15 for Pennridge, which improved to 2-2 overall and 1-0 in the SOL Continental.
Pennridge boys’ basketball was outscored 29-17 in the fourth quarter in a 63-49 setback to William Tennent on Wednesday night. The Rams trailed by two, 34-32, after three. Joe Molettiere paced the Rams with 19 points; he was seven for 10 from the free throw line. Pat McClatchcy contributed 10 in the losing effort. Pennridge will open SOL Continental play against CB South at home on Friday.
Lansdale Catholic defeated Pennridge boys’ hoops, 60-58, in the final of the Rams’ tip off classic Saturday night. Sophomore Dan Long was solid for Pennridge, ending with 18 points. Zach Muredda contributed 16 points and Joe Molettiere 13 for the 1-1 Rams. Pennridge will be back in action Tuesday at home against William Tennent.
Pennridge boys’ basketball won its opener in its tip off classic over Saucon Valley, 65-51, on Friday night. The Rams separated from Saucon Valley in the fourth quarter, taking it, 19-11. Zach Muredda had 21 points to lead Pennridge. Joe Molettiere was next in line with 16 and Mike Tatarowicz came off the bench to drop in 13.
Senior Erick Fiorelli scored right before the half as Central Bucks West field hockey advanced in the District One Class AAA tournament with a 3-0 victory over visiting Pennridge on Monday night at War Memorial. The Bucks will be back in action Wednesday at home against Downingtown East. Freshman Cadera Smith and junior Kim Hitchcock also scored for CB West.
In a battle of unbeatens Monday night in East Rockhill, Pennridge girls’ soccer pulled out a 3-2 victory over visiting Central Bucks East. Sophomore Emma Loving scored both goals for the Patriots, in the 5th and the 75th minutes. Senior Jackie Stevens had two goals for the Rams, in the 20th and the 60th minutes. Senior Andrea Caya had the other goal for Pennridge. She headed in a corner kick off the foot of Julia Rufe with 1:17 remaining in the first half.