Pennridge football snapped a two-game losing streak by dispatching Central Bucks South, 24-13, on Saturday. Rams senior quarterback Matt Pasquale ran for a touchdown and threw another, to Micah Stutzman for six yards in the fourth quarter. Mike Class (26 carries for 116 yards) scored the first TD of the game for Pennridge, in the second quarter. Paul Weeks had both of the Titans’ scores: the first a 15-yard pass from QB Matt Radwanski in the first quarter and the second, an inside reverse from four yards out in the third. Weeks also led CB South’s defensive effort with 14 total tackles.
Pennridge cross country took a pair from Quakertown (boys, 23-36, and girls, 28-30) on Wednesday. Top 10 (boys): Alex Balla (Q), 16:16; Joey Logue (P), 16:35; Matt Schulberger (P), 16:44; Alex Haas (P), 16:49; Colin McLaughlin (Q), 16:54; Phil Gunderson (P), 16:59; Stephen Shelly (Q), 17:10; Eric McGarry (P), 17:15; Jeff Henderson (P), 17:20; Conor Brady (P), 17:30. Top 10 (girls): Reland Saugling (Q), 20:32; Karina Bolton (Q), 20:34; Natalie Manrol (P), 21:02; Hannah Kramlik (P), 21:26; Ashley Galluppi (Q), 22:42; Samantha Pregizer (P), 23:12; Katrina Przybylowski (P), 23:35; Abby Cross (P), 23:44; Hannah Kolbe (P), 23:45; Jessica Harr (Q), 24:38.
Pennridge boys’ water polo won at Springfield, 14-8, on Tuesday. The Rams took a commanding lead, 11-3, in the first half. Sophomore Silas Guelzow scored four goals and had two assists. The Rams defense was led by junior Kyle Frerichs, who had seven steals. Junior Andrew Dant had nine saves in goal. Rounding out the offensive effort were junior DJ Maurone with three goals and Frerichs, junior Colin Russell and sophomore Caelin McCool with two goals each. The victory leaves the Pennridge boys at 5-4 for the season in the Suburban One League. Head coach Ken Vincent commented, “I am very proud of the way our boys are coming together as a team and are improving with each game played. Coach Granger Abuhoff has also been a significant influence on the team and has helped our younger developing players play at a much higher level.”
Pennridge girls’ water polo earned a hard-fought, 4-2 overtime victory over SOL opponent Springfield on Tuesday. Leading the Rams offense with three goals was Brittany Savercool, with the fourth goal coming from freshman Claire Beno. Beno also contributed by winning 75 percent of the swimoffs in the game. On defense, captain Maggie Walker led the way with five drawn kickouts along with a superb goaltending effort by Madison Trauger with 19 saves.
Melissa Herd scored off of a reverse sweep in the closing minutes of the first half and Pennridge field hockey held on to nip visiting North Penn, 1-0, on Thursday. Natasha Nagel was credited with 10 saves in goal. Head coach Brieann Wolfe praised center back Madison Reiss for having a fantastic game.
Pennridge golf crushed Bensalem, 216-285, on Thursday. Colton Pifer led the Rams with a 38. He was followed by: Matt Swartz, 40; Shane McIntyre, 44; Tyler Shoultes, 46; and Austin Roland, 48.
Colton Pifer had the low round on the day (39) as Pennridge golf defeated nonconference foe Neshaminy, 212-219, Tuesday. Joining Pifer in the top 5 for the Rams were: Matt Swartz, 42; Drew Bachtle, 43; and Jesse Herb and Pat Stewart, both of whom checked in with rounds of 44.
Pennridge girls’ volleyball sunk Quakertown, 3-1 (25-13, 25-13, 23-25, 25-8), on Monday. The Panthers fell to 0-2 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference.
Pennridge golf eclipsed Hatboro-Horsham, 208-217, Wednesday at Talamore Golf Club. The Rams, who are 8-3 in conference, were led by: Colton Pifer, 38; Austin Roland, 40; Drew Bachtle, 42; Jesse Herb, 43; and Matt Swartz, 45.
Central Bucks South girls’ volleyball picked itself up after a tough first set to post a 3-1 victory (16-25, 25-19, 26-24, 25-18) Tuesday at Pennridge. Senior Jax Babezki led the Titans with nine kills. Senior Cecilia Miller and junior Larissa Keer each fired five aces for CB South. For the Rams, Steph Judkins had 14 kills and four aces, Lauren Drugotch had 14 kills, Julia Donnelly dished out 20 assists and Kara Weaver came up with 10 digs.