Kyra Scaliti scored a game-high 16 points as CB East girls’ basketball trumped Quakertown, 67-38, on Tuesday. Scaliti hit four three-pointers. Bridget Birkhead deposited 12 points and Melanie Wetzel nine for the victors. The Patriots led 36-21 at the half and used a 16-4 third quarter to separate from the hosts. Jill Martin (12 points) and Meghan Klee (11) led the Panthers offensively.
CB East boys’ basketball used a 20-11 fourth quarter to edge visiting Quakertown, 51-49, on Tuesday night. Tommy Strasburger scored 14 of his game-high 24 points in the fourth. His pull-up with 30 seconds remaining gave the Patriots the lead 50-49. CB East struggled from the line, going 10 for 22, but the Patriots made up for it beyond the arc, where they went seven for 15. Justin O’Neil scored 11 for CB East, while Matt Pattyson added seven points and four steals. J.R. Grimmage netted 15 to pace the Panthers. Griffin Schmidt tallied 12 and Nick Drosnock 11.
That score is correct: Quakertown girls’ basketball annihilated Conwell-Egan, 63-3, on Wednesday. The Panthers led 31-0 after one quarter and 46-1 at the half. Meghan Klee led three Panthers in double-digit points with 14. Jill Martin added 12 points and Maggie Garlick 10. Marina Cooke had nine points. Quakertown improved to 3-6 overall.
Quakertown girls’ basketball fell to Phil-Mont Christian, 38-20, on Tuesday. The Panthers were outscored 13-3 in the first quarter and 23-7 in the first half. Olivia Morano had six points to lead Quakertown. Brooke Alwine added four.
Quakertown wrestling dominated Souderton, 46-27, on Wednesday. 113: Harrison Andrade (S) def. Corey Cope (Q), fall in 2:59. 120: Connor Trowbridge (S) def. Trent Nielsen (Q), 4-1 decision. 126: Daulton Kline (Q) def. Trevor Alderfer (S), 5-4 decision. 132: Brandon Bach (S) def. Stone Snyder (Q), fall in 2:37. 138: Mike Maquire (Q) def. Troy Mokluk (S), 7-6 decision. 145: Nicholas Hadley (Q) def. Bruno Stolfi (S), 14-2 major decision. 152: Tanner Seislove (Q) def. Nate Kessler (S), fall in 1:41. 160: Nick Basile (Q) def. Josh Baker (S), fall in 1:43. 170: Jake Phaup (S) def. Max Russell (Q), fall in 0:38. 182: Nick Bonomo (Q) def. William Puppo (S), fall in 0:59. 195: Ryan Voss (S) def. Jesse Redmond (Q), fall in 2:00. 220: Justin Correa (Q) won by forfeit. 285: Gavin Caroff (Q) won by forfeit. 106: Josh Stahl (Q) def. Connor Crawford (S), fall in 0:51.
Jill Martin scored 22 points and added 13 rebounds as Quakertown girls’ basketball toppled Hatboro-Horsham, 42-34, on Tuesday. The Panthers ran away with the first quarter, 11-3. Brooke Alwine (nine points) and Meghan Klee (six) also chipped in for the 2-5 Panthers.
Quakertown girls’ basketball, up 26-23 after three quarters, succumbed to Souderton, 33-31, on Tuesday. Jill Martin was a force for the Panthers, scoring 16 points, including a two-for-two effort from the free throw line. Brooke Alwine had five points and Quakertown’s lone three-point basket.
Quakertown girls’ basketball torched Saucon Valley, 63-23, on Saturday. It was the Panthers’ first victory of the season in four tries. Jill Martin led three Panthers in double figures with 13 points. Marina Cooke and Meghan Klee each managed 11 points in the winning effort. Brooke Alwine drained a pair of three-pointers for her six points. Quakertown led, 31-8, at the half.
Cal Reichwein knocked down three three-pointers for his game-high 18 points as CB West boys’ basketball ripped Quakertown, 61-41, on Friday evening. Luke Irons added a dozen points for the Bucks, who led, 22-9, after one quarter. Griffin Schmidt paced the Panthers with 10 points.
A scoreless first quarter doomed Quakertown girls’ basketball in its 59-26 setback to William Allen on Saturday. The Panthers lost the first 14-0. Marina Cooke was the only Panther to reach double-digit points. She had 10.