Panthers paste Springfield

Quakertown girls’ tennis blanked Springfield, 7-0, on Tuesday. 1st singles: Madison Shourds (Q) def. Camille Harrison (S), 6-3, 6-4. 2nd singles: Aubri Stetina (Q) def. Rhiannon Richardson (S), 6-1, 6-1. 3rd singles: Rebecca Miller (Q) def. Mia Wertz (S), 6-2, 6-0. 1st doubles: Ashley Harpster and Sam Kang (Q) def. Gianna Fuls-Hopkins and Allie Cottone (S), 6-4, 6-3. 2nd doubles: Amanda Hunsberger and Kayla Reigh (Q) def. Katie Lee and Lindsay Schagrin (S), 6-2, 1-6, 10-4. 3rd doubles: Abby Campion and Sam Shourds (Q) def. Danielle Sanders and Siani Anderson (S), 6-1, 6-1. 4th doubles: Olivia Porambo and Sadie Fowler (Q) def. Kacey Brown and Rachel Harman (S), 6-3, 6-3.

Panthers skate by Upper Perk

Quakertown girls’ tennis edged Upper Perkiomen, 4-3, on Monday. 1st singles: Jill Kachmar (UP) def. Madison Shourds (Q), 6-3, 7-5. 2nd singles: Aubri Stetina (Q) def. Jess Crilley (UP), 6-1, 6-0. 3rd singles: Laryssa Badulak (Q) def. Aly Licopoli (UP), 6-2, 6-0. 1st doubles: Ashley Harpster and Rebecca Miller (Q) def. Lynsey Quinn and Chloe Clemente (UP), 6-0, 6-3. 2nd doubles: Amanda Hunsberger and Kayla Reigh (Q) def. Hanna Supple and Emily Brandt (UP), 6-2, 6-1. 3rd doubles: Emily Moll and Carly Bernhart (UP) def. Sam Shourds and Olivia Porambo (Q), 7-5, 6-2. 4th doubles: Amanda Hanshue and Abby Clifford (UP) def. Abby Campion and Sadie Fowler (Q), 6-3, 6-2.

Panthers hunt down Lions

Quakertown girls’ volleyball defeated New Hope-Solebury, 3-1 (23-25, 25-17, 25-9, 25-11), on Monday. Lindsay Beck had 12 digs and six aces for the Panthers. Haley Sheehan had 11 kills, six digs and three aces, while Amanda Pursel notched eight kills, eight digs and two aces. Also contributing were: Katelyn Spieker, six kills, two blocks, one ace; Kerry Vanyo, 13 assists, two kills, three aces; and Jen Sterner, 12 assists, two kills, four digs, one block.

Panthers too much for Rams

Quakertown field hockey dropped Pennridge, 4-0, on Friday. The Panthers led at the half, 2-0, behind goals from Megan Thompson (Becky Gerhart assist) and Gabby Dontonville. In the second half, Elaina Abramson (Emma McLaughlin assist) and Hillary Scott (Thompson and McLaughlin assists) found the back of the cage to double Quakertown’s advantage. The Panthers outshot the Rams, 11-5. “We were able to execute on our corners, scoring two goals on seven corners,” Quakertown head coach Alyssa Maltese said. “We also moved the ball well up the right side and our forwards created some nice open spaces with their cuts to score our other two goals. The defense did a tremendous job keeping the other team from scoring. We executed our gameplan fairly well and will be looking to build on this win and continue with this momentum going into the second half of our season.”

Bucks turn back Panthers

Central Bucks West girls’ tennis shut out Quakertown, 7-0, on Thursday. 1st singles: Anna Sukharen (CBW) def. Madi Shourds (Q), 6-2, 6-0. 2nd singles: Reganne Gonser (CBW) def. Aubri Stetina (Q), 6-1, 6-1. 3rd singles: Lydia Hu (CBW) def. Laryssa Badulak (Q), 6-0, 6-0. 1st doubles: Becca Neisel and Kelly Myers (CBW) def. Ashley Harpster and Rebecca Miller (Q), 4-6, 6-3, 7-6. 2nd doubles: Addie King and Awdren Sclaide (CBW) def. Kayla Reigh and Amanda Hunsberger (Q), 6-2, 6-1. 3rd doubles: Bailey Welsai and Emily Grover (CBW) def. Sam Shourds and Olivia Porambo (Q), 6-1, 6-1. 4th doubles: Maggie Wisniewski and Lydiana Santiago (CBW) def. Abby Campion and Sadie Fowler (Q), 7-5, 6-2.

Titans tame Panthers

Quakertown field hockey gave Central Bucks South all it could handle in a 2-0 setback on Thursday. The game was scoreless at halftime, but the Titans deposited two goals in the second half to post the shutout. Laura Zakzrewski and Emily Cliggett connected for CB South, which outshot Quakertown, 20-8. Rylee Lawler made 13 saves for the Panthers. “[We] had some scoring opportunities early in the game, missing tipped shots just wide of the cage,” Quakertown head coach Alyssa Maltese said. “South scored quickly in the second half off a nice penalty corner set-up. … We are taking this game as a learning experience and are going to continue to work together to make strides to move the program in the right direction.”

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