Quakertown football held Central Bucks South to 126 total yards in a 24-7 victory Friday night. The Panthers scored all three of their touchdowns on the ground. Alec Vera (from eight yards) and Rob Burns (36) crossed the goal line in the second quarter, while Matt Stoneback (two) did the honors in the fourth quarter. Brian Kish had the lone Titans touchdown late in the third quarter. He returned a kickoff 81 yards to the house. For the game, Burns led the way with 155 yards on 13 carries. Stoneback had 19 for 80 yards.
Shannon Gibat, Linzi Wolfe and Jess Minnichbach all found the back of the net as Quakertown girls’ soccer rolled over Christopher Dock, 3-0, on Saturday. Jami Soriano had two assists for the Panthers, while Victoria Sturgess and Jenna Joseph each had one. Erinne Finlayson made three saves for Quakertown.
Quakertown girls’ volleyball defeated Souderton, 3-2 (25-19, 20-25, 19-25, 25-21, 15-12), on Wednesday. Amanda Pursel led the Panthers with 12 kills and five digs. Also contributing were: Liana Buonanno Taylor, eight aces, nine digs, two kills; Haley Sheehan, eight kills, one block; Katelyn Spieker, five kills, three blocks; and Jen Sterner, 16 assists, four digs.
Quakertown girls’ volleyball lost to Plymouth Whitemarsh, 3-1 (25-21, 25-20, 17-25, 25-12), on Tuesday. Amanda Pursel (10 kills, one block, four digs) and Katelyn Spieker (nine kills, three blocks) led the offense for the Panthers. Also contributing were: Liana Buonanno Taylor (12 digs, five aces) and Kerry Vanyo (12 assists, one ace, seven digs).
Sara Reigh scored two second-half goals and Gabby Dontonville one as Quakertown field hockey got by CB East, 3-0, Thursday at War Memorial Field. Josh Schwarz assisted on both Reigh goals and Megan Thompson assisted on Dontonville’s tally at the 5:48 mark of the second half.
Central Bucks East girls’ volleyball needed four sets to erase Quakertown, 3-1 (25-12, 25-19, 23-25, 25-20), Thursday. For the Panthers, Jen Sterner had nine kills, seven digs and one block, while Liana Buonanno Taylor contributed 14 digs and four kills. Haley Sheehan added five kills and two blocks, and Autumn Bolton had 12 digs.
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.
Shannon Gibat scored with 6:25 remaining as Quakertown girls’ soccer downed North Penn, 1-0, on Wednesday. Erinne Finlayson grabbed six saves for the Panthers. Both teams took six shots. “Defensively, Callie Hubicki, Jenna Joseph, Robin Kramme and Courtney Waite were stalwarts for Quakertown,” head coach Mike Koch said.
Quakertown girls’ tennis easily handled Christopher Dock, 7-0, Wednesday. 1st singles: Meranda Weathers (Q) def. Taylor Martin (CD), 3-6, 7-6, 10-8. 2nd singles: Maddie Shourds (Q) def. Cassidy Jagiela (CD), 6-1, 6-2. 3rd singles: Aubri Stetina (Q) def. Morgan Swartley (CD), 7-6, 6-7, 10-8. 1st doubles: Heather Robbins and Jess Baskin (Q) def. Alyssa Burkholder and Jenna Groff (CD), 6-4, 7-6. 2nd doubles: Jess Sadlawski and Ashley Harpster (Q) def. Michaela Hill and Becca Delp (CD), 6-2, 6-3. 3rd doubles: Sabrina Petovic and Kayla Reigh (Q) def. Amber Clemens and Brooke Leaman (CD), 6-1, 6-3. 4th doubles: Amanda Hunsberger and Shelby Valente (Q) def. Taylor Downes and Vanessa Miller (CD), 6-1, 6-0.
Shannon Gibat scored a hat trick as Quakertown girls’ soccer dispatched CB South, 4-0, on Tuesday. Jami Soriano had two assists, while Hailee Stauffer and Gibat each had one. Katie Crouthamel scored the first goal of the game for the Panthers. Erinne Finlayson amassed six saves for Quakertown; Emily Polcino had eight for the Titans, who were outshot, 12-6.