Quakertown girls’ hoops fell to North Penn, 63-41, on Tuesday. The Panthers outscored the Maidens in the fourth quarter, 15-6. For Quakertown, Ashlee Ruzicka finished with 14 points and eight rebounds, and Meghan Klee filled up the stat sheet with 13 points, 12 rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block. Olivia Morano hauled down 15 rebounds for the Panthers, while Brooke Alwine provided eight points and a strong pressure defense, head coach Brittany Remmey said.
A 25-5 third quarter helped North Penn down Quakertown boys’ basketball, 54-48, on Tuesday. The Panthers led at the break, 26-11. Quakertown’s Griffin Schmidt led all scorers with 18 points; he was six for six from the line. Brian Rejniak added 12 points, while Liam Buckley contributed eight in the losing effort.
Pennridge girls’ basketball won at Quakertown, 46-28, on Monday night. Ashley George, Devan Rimmer and Shelby Schoonover all managed 11 points for the Rams. Ashlee Ruzicka’s nine points led the Panthers. Brooke Alwine added six.
Central Bucks East boys’ hoops scored a 47-39 victory Monday over Quakertown. Ben Kardane and Tommy Strasburger led the Patriots with 12 and 11 points, respectively. Panther Griffin Schmidt led all scorers with 19 points. The Patriots shot 13 for 17 from the line; Quakertown was five for seven. Strasburger also managed 10 rebounds and six assists; Kardane had six boards. Blake Peterson blocked five shots and corralled seven rebounds for CB East.
Quakertown wrestling destroyed Southern Lehigh, 53-19, but lost to Downingtown East, 38-26, on Saturday. Coming away with two victories each for Quakertown were: 106 Collyn Dorney, 113 Harrison Campbell, 145 Jimmy Flood, 152 Lucas Garges and 182 Gavin Caroff.
Quakertown swimming fell to Hatboro-Horsham on Friday. The boys went down by a 105-56 score, while the girls lost, 95-43.
Central Bucks South girls’ basketball dominated Quakertown, 55-31, on Friday. The Panthers trailed 28-20 at halftime. Ashlee Ruzicka scored 14 points for Quakertown. Meghan Klee contributed seven points for the Panthers.
Quakertown wrestling advanced in the district duals after edging Owen J. Roberts, 35-32, on Thursday. 152: Drew Gerber (OJR) def. Jimmy Flood (Q), 7-5 dec. 160: Lucas Garges (Q) def. Jimmy Fratantoni (OJR), 6-0 dec. 170: Nick Bonomo (Q) def. Xavier Ferrizzi (OJR), fall, 2:50. 182: Nicholas Duliakas (OJR) def. Bobby Boyd (Q), fall, 3:43. 195: Matt Stoneback (Q) def. Will Dawson (OJR), fall, 1:02. 220: Gavin Caroff (Q) def. Bryson Cahill (OJR), fall, 5:05. 285: Micah Jones (Q) def. Eric Levan (OJR), tech. fall, 3:28. 106: Collyn Dorney (Q) def. Ryan Resnick (OJR), fall, 1:35. 113: Derek Gulotta (OJR) won by forfeit. 120: Stone Bissland (OJR) def. Harrison Campbell (Q), 4-3 dec. 126: Tanner Seislove (Q) def. Alec Pupo (OJR), 3-1 dec. 132: John Ruckle (OJR) def. Cullen Williamson (Q), 1-0 dec. 138: Demetri D’Orsaneo (OJR) def. Noah Wood (Q), tech. fall, 4:36. 145: Dominick Petrucelli (OJR) won by forfeit.
Upper Merion took Quakertown boys’ basketball to overtime Saturday. The Panthers prevailed, 53-46. Quakertown was outscored 14-3 in the fourth quarter to send the game into OT. Brian Rejniak (14 points), Griffin Schmidt (12) and Liam Buckley (10) all finished in double figures for the Panthers.
Quakertown wrestling eased past Bald Eagle, 49-18, and Crestwood, 59-10, on Saturday. Winning two matches each for the Panthers were: Collyn Dorney (106, 113), Harrison Campbell (113, 120), Tanner Seislove (126), Cullen Williamson (132), Jimmy Flood (145), Lucas Garges (152), Nick Bonomo (160), Matt Stoneback (170) and Micah Jones (220).