Quakertown

Panthers drop finale to BECA

Quakertown boys’ lacrosse ended its season with a 20-9 setback at Bethlehem Catholic on Tuesday. Frank Claus tossed in five goals for the Panthers; Jeffrey Royall scored two, while Dom Giquinto and Zack Korpics each netted one. Claus, Liam Grubb, Scott Keck, Chase Oliver and Royall each had one assist. Gavin Hillaert won six faceoffs, and Grubb came up with five ground balls in front of goalie Chris Brady, who made 15 saves.

Rams thwart Panthers in 11

Pennridge baseball exploded for seven runs in the top of the 11th to sink Quakertown, 12-5, on Tuesday. Joe Robinson led the charge for the Rams, going 4-for-6 with three RBI. Andrew Fantaskey went 2-for-6 with three RBI and two runs scored, while Andrew Horne had three hits and Kyle Yoder two and two runs. Dan Long scored a pair from the leadoff spot. For the Panthers, Aaron Besch and Jake Wooden each knocked in two. Ian Kacergis stood out in relief for Pennridge. He pitched 7 2/3 innings of shutout baseball and fanned 10.

Errors doom Panthers

Quakertown baseball couldn’t overcome five errors as the Panthers went down to Truman, 8-2, on Monday. Aaron Besch and Gunnar Horst had RBIs for Quakertown. Each team could muster only six hits. The Panthers used five pitchers and only five of the eight Truman runs were earned.

Titans triple up Panthers

Chris Palkovics went seven strong as CB South baseball beat Quakertown, 6-2, on Thursday. Palkovics surrendered just two unearned runs and struck out seven. He allowed three hits and walked a batter. Palkovics was backed by an offense led by Tommy Dugan, who went 2-for-3 with two RBI and one run scored. Kyle Rossi and Andrew Dietz each contributed two RBI, while Chad Steinberg scored a pair. Cooper Johnson absorbed the loss. Of the six runs he allowed in four innings, only one was earned. Lake Friday scored two runs for the Panthers.

Panthers prevail on road

Quakertown boys’ lacrosse scored a 4-3 victory at The Perkiomen School on Wednesday. Frank Claus, Scott Keck, Jeffrey Royall and Matt Cicchino each deposited one goal for the Panthers. Keck also had an assist. Chris Brady made 10 saves in goal. Gavin Hillaert won seven faceoffs, and Christian Morano picked up eight ground balls.

Panthers allow one hit

Tyler Guidos nearly threw a no-hitter for Quakertown baseball against CB East on Tuesday evening. Guidos yielded one hit and one unearned run in the Panthers’ 2-1 victory over the Patriots. Guidos needed only 71 pitches to go the distance. He struck out three and didn’t walk a batter. Lake Friday and Aaron Besch had the RBIs for Quakertown.

Panthers blow out Cheltenham

Quakertown boys’ volleyball eased past Cheltenham, 3-0 (25-12, 25-19, 25-17), on Monday. Stats for Quakertown: Mike Dierolf, 15 kills, five digs, two aces; Zach Dierolf, 11 kills, two aces, one block; Graham Wilson, five kills, three blocks, one ace; Chris Cowan, three kills, one ace; Logan Spieker, seven kills, four aces; Drew Stout, 38 assists, two aces; Zac Mahler, four digs; and Kevin Finlayson, two digs.

Cheltenham routs Panthers

Quakertown boys’ tennis fell to Cheltenham, 7-0, on Monday. 1st singles: Joshua Victor (C) def. Nolan Pernia (Q), 6-2, 6-7, 10-3. 2nd singles: Tarik Dashields (C) def. Alec Buonanno (Q), 6-0, 6-0. 3rd singles: Noah Jessie (C) def. Ray McCarroll (Q), 6-1, 6-0. 1st doubles: Ben Smith and Max Lempert (C) def. Randy Stenson and Danny Reigh (Q), 6-3, 7-6. 2nd doubles: Spencer Macgram and Javion Norman (C) def. Hunter Webb and Eric Neagu (Q), 6-2, 6-4. 3rd doubles: Connor Haeperz and Henri Dobi (C) def. Mason Bruzgo and Noa Robinson (Q), 6-2, 6-3. 4th doubles: Max Wright and Tzui Waxman (C) def. Matt Meyers and Tomas Sipone (Q), 6-1, 5-7, 10-8.

Guidos twirls four-hitter

Justin Guidos struck out eight in a complete-game effort as Quakertown baseball stymied Southern Lehigh, 5-1, on Saturday. Guidos allowed only one unearned run and gave up four hits and two walks. Offensively, Lake Friday and Jake Reed each managed two hits; Reed also scored a pair and knocked in one. Drew San Angelo scored two, while Tyler Guidos had two RBI.

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