Quakertown girls’ hoops went down to Souderton, 37-25, on Tuesday. The Indians controlled the second quarter, 14-5, to separate from the Panthers. Spenser Gray led Quakertown with eight points. Olivia Morano added four. The Panthers went 11 for 16 from the line. Quakertown is 0-4 on the season.
Quakertown wrestling sank Dallastown Area, 42-25, at the Exeter Duals on Saturday. 126: Johnny Frascella (Q) def. Brody Grzymala (D), fall in 1:00. 132: Nicholas Hadley (Q) def. Kenny Meyers (D), fall in 3:39. 138: Tanner Seislove (Q) def. Ben Hyman (D), 7-2 decision. 145: Nicholas Shields (D) def. Cullen Williamson (Q), fall in 1:40. 152: Drake Pew (D) def. Nick Basile (Q), 4-1 decision. 160: Cameron Green (D) def. J.J. McGuigan (Q), 9-3 decision. 170: Bailey Druck (D) won by forfeit. 182: Bryce Shields (D) def. Noah Wood (Q), 12-2 major decision. 195: Noah Wood (Q) def. Jake Jansen (D), 5-3 decision. 220: Gavin Caroff (Q) def. Israel Carrion (D), fall in 0:45. 285: Micah Jones (Q) def. Chandler Widmayer (D), fall in 1:20. 106: Mitchel Kefalas (D) def. Tim Mallo (Q), 10-8 decision. 113: Daulton Kline (Q) def. Gerald MacDonald (D), fall in 1:11. 120: Harrison Campbell (Q) def. Dalton Daugherty (D), fall in 1:42.
Central Bucks West girls’ basketball hammered Quakertown, 83-27, on Friday night. The score was 54-10 at the half. Nicole Munger was on fire for the Bucks. She dropped in 26 points. Corrinne Godshall added 12 and Mackenzie Carroll 11 for the Bucks.
Thanks to a 30-17 halftime advantage, Central Bucks West boys’ basketball defeated Quakertown, 57-47, on Friday. Cal Reichwein had 11 points (on three triples), five rebounds and four assists. Bucks teammate Owen Cooney contributed nine points and four rebounds, and Luke Irons had five points and three assists. Seniors Kevin Norvasis and Brian Rejniak each managed 16 points for the Panthers. Quakertown was 16 for 18 from the line; Norvasis and Rejniak combined to go 11 for 11 from the charity stripe.
Quakertown wrestling beat Neshaminy, 54-21, and Berwick Area, 45-32, and lost to Stroudsburg, 32-27, on Saturday in the Battle in Bethlehem at Bethlehem Freedom. Harrison Campbell at 120, Cullen Williamson at 145 and Noah Wood at 170 all won three matches for the Panthers.
A 14-5 fourth quarter by William Allen doomed Quakertown girls’ basketball in its 58-49 setback on Saturday. Meghan Klee led the charge offensively for the Panthers with 12 points. Following her were: Marina Cooke and Jill Martin, with nine points apiece.
Pennridge field hockey, with only one win to its credit heading into its season finale, shocked Quakertown, 3-2, on Thursday afternoon. The Panthers, who are seeded 26th in the upcoming District One Class AAA tournament, did score the final two goals in the contest, both off the stick of Emma McLaughlin, but it wasn’t enough. Larisa Motts had a goal and an assist for the Rams. Kellie Drugotch and Kirsten Moyer also scored, while Kari Moyer and Meghan Griffin added assists. Pennridge goalie Carly Wingate made 10 saves.
Pennridge girls’ volleyball swept Quakertown, 3-0 (25-13, 25-12, 25-19), on Wednesday. Katelyn Spieker amassed five kills and three blocks for the Panthers. Amanda Pursel had five kills and nine digs, and Lindsay Beck had eight digs. Jen Sterner contributed three kills, four digs and five assists, while Kerry Vanyo had 10 assists.
Central Bucks South girls’ volleyball defeated Quakertown, 3-0 (25-14, 25-17, 25-20), on Monday. Lindsay Beck picked up 19 digs for the Panthers. Amanda Pursel had eight kills and four digs, and Katelyn Spieker had four kills and three digs. Jen Sterner had 12 assists, five digs, two aces and two kills.
Central Bucks East girls’ volleyball soundly defeated Quakertown, 3-0 (25-14, 25-10, 25-10), on Thursday. Quakertown stats: Jen Sterner, six assists, two digs, one ace; Kerry Vanyo, four assists, four digs; Amanda Pursel, three kills, six digs; Haley Sheehan, three kills, three digs; Katelyn Spieker, two kills, two digs; Skylar Lee, two blocks; Lindsay Beck, 11 digs.