Panthers take seventh at Paul Short

Quakertown boys’ cross country finished seventh as a team at Saturday’s Paul Short Invitational White Race at Lehigh University. Freshman Hudson Delisle was the top Panther, finishing in 34th place overall in 17:21. Also finishing under 18 minutes were: Tommaso Stalleti, 56th place in 17:43; Brett Wolfinger, 59th in 17:45; and James Eicheldinger, 74th in 17:56.

Wolfe helps Panthers to win

Linzi Wolfe scored two goals (both were assisted by Jami Soriano) as Quakertown girls’ soccer defeated Saucon Valley, 3-2, on Friday. Soriano, assisted by Wolfe, put in the game-winner with 22 seconds remaining in regulation. Erinne Finlayson managed two saves for the Panthers.

Spartans perform well at meet

Solebury School cross country participated in a Penn-Jersey meet on Thursday at Mill Creek Park in Willingboro, N.J. Ten schools were in attendance. Solebury’s boys finished second overall with a total of 56 points behind Doane Academy, which finished with 37 points. Top finishers for the Spartans were: junior Nick Lavery, finishing fourth overall and first for Solebury in a time of 17:37; junior Robert Lagay, finishing eighth overall in 18:12; junior Curtis Thompson, finishing 13th in 18:36; junior Kyle Miller, finishing 20th in 19:07; and freshman Matt Moynihan, finishing 21st in 19:21. The Spartan girls finished first on the day with 26 points. Top finishers for Solebury were: junior Emma Black, finishing second overall and first on the team in 21:11; senior Jessie Forest, finishing third overall in 21:43; junior Lina Freudenberg, finishing fourth overall in 22:10; junior Alexandra Morrow, finishing seventh in 23:37; and junior Julia McDonald, finishing 10th in 24:27.

Titans put 52 on Neshaminy

Central Bucks South football upped its record to 5-1 with a 52-36 victory at Neshaminy on Thursday evening. Senior QB Kevin Witchey (13 for 24 for 193 yards) threw two touchdown passes and ran in another and senior tailback Josh Adams ran for 253 yards on 32 carries and four scores – he also caught a TD pass – as the Titans ran their record to 3-0 in the SOL National. Austin Cannon caught five balls for 75 yards, including a touchdown. Luke Wiley paced the CB South D with nine total tackles.

Panthers go down to Souderton

Quakertown girls’ volleyball succumbed to Souderton, 3-1 (25-21, 25-21, 23-25, 26-24), on Thursday. Amanda Pursel paced the Panthers with 11 kills, six digs and an ace. Katelyn Spieker came up with five kills, two blocks and two aces, while Jen Sterner had seven kills, nine assists and four aces, and Lindsay Beck had 13 digs and an ace.

Panthers outmuscle Dock

Quakertown girls’ tennis dominated Christopher Dock, 6-1, on Thursday. 1st singles: Madi Shourds (Q) def. Jenna Groff (CD), 6-0, 6-0. 2nd singles: Morgan Groissette (CD) def. Aubri Stetina (Q), 6-4, 6-2. 3rd singles: Laryssa Badulak (Q) def. Michaela Hill (CD), 6-0, 1-6, 6-0. 1st doubles: Ashley Harpster and Rebecca Miller (Q) def. Amber Clemens and Brooke Leaman (CD), 6-0, 6-1. 2nd doubles: Amanda Hunsberger and Kayla Reigh (Q) def. Erika Benner and Taylor Dawres (CD), 6-3, 6-2. 3rd doubles: Abby Campion and Sam Shourds (Q) def. Emily Desfine and Madison Dawres (CD), 6-0, 6-0. 4th doubles: Olivia Porambo and Sadie Fowler (Q) def. Becca Delphi and Jimi Tang (CD), 6-4, 7-6.

Panthers win thriller over Maidens

Emma McLaughlin fed Becky Gerhart for the game-winner with 4:53 remaining in overtime as Quakertown field hockey took a huge game from North Penn, 4-3, on Wednesday. Megan Thompson scored in the first half for the Panthers on a penalty stroke. Gerhart (McLaughlin assist) and Gabby Dontonville pumped in second-half goals for Quakertown, which outshot North Penn, 18-16, for the game and had more corners, 14-10. Goalie Rylee Lawler made 12 saves.

Bucks, Hatters, Panthers get together

Hatboro-Horsham cross country hosted a tri-meet with Central Bucks West and Quakertown on Wednesday. Top 10 for the boys follows: Casey Comber, Hatboro-Horsham, 15:44.00; Rock Fortna, CB West, 16:18.00; Brian Mass, CB West, 16:29.00; Brandon Timm, Hatboro-Horsham, 16:29.01; Ian Davies, CB West, 16:37.00; Declan McDonald, CB West, 16:40.00; Brian Iatarola, CBW, 16:47.00; Connor Irwin, Hatboro-Horsham, 16:53.00; Trevor Belding, CB West, 16:58.00; Mark McClenahan, CB West, 17:04.00. And for the girls: Alyssa Quinn, Hatboro-Horsham, 19:50.00; Maddie Villalba, CB West, 19:53.00; Olivia Berry, CB West, 19:57.00; Emily Aunins, CB West, 19:58.00; Lindsey Gerlach, CB West, 19:59.00; Laura Roth, CB West, 20:02.00; Karina Bolton, Quakertown, 20:06.00; Jillian Keyte, CB West, 20:31.00; Ashley Lafferty, CB West, 20:46.00; Shelby Bingaman, CB West, 20:59.00.