Spartans fall to West-Mont Christian

Visiting Solebury School field hockey lost to West-Mont Christian Academy, 4-1, on Tuesday. West-Mont led, 2-0, at halftime. However, early in the second half, Solebury pulled to within one when Emma Salerno scored, assisted by Denia Campbell. West-Mont later scored two more to take the game. Despite the loss, Solebury head coach Peter Schuyler said, “Junior defensive back Alex Babicki played an outstanding game limiting the opponents’ scoring opportunities with aggressive tackling.”

Panthers cruise past Hatboro

Quakertown girls’ tennis eased past Hatboro-Horsham, 7-0, on Tuesday. 1st singles: Laryssa Badulak (Q) def. Sara Moore (HH), 6-3, 6-1. 2nd singles: Madi Shourds (Q) def. Natalie Lewritz (HH), 6-4, 6-0. 3rd singles: Aubri Stetina (Q) def. Millie Heurtgen (HH), 6-2, 6-2. 1st doubles: Rebecca Miller and Riley Hetrick (Q) def. Antonette Spinosa and Chrissie Inues (HH), 6-4, 7-5. 2nd doubles: Ashley Harpster and Abby Campion (Q) def. Lauren Opalisky and Madi Burns (HH), 6-1, 6-0. 3rd doubles: Kayla Reigh and Olivia Porambo (Q) def. Amber McGrath and Alex Foster (HH), 6-3, 7-5. 4th doubles: Sam Shourds and Sadie Fowler (Q) def. Caroline Molnar and Annie Hweung (HH), 6-0, 7-5.

Abington Friends blanks Spartans

Solebury School girls’ soccer fell to visiting Abington Friends School, 6-0, on Monday. “Although the result was a loss, there were a number of bright spots for Solebury,” head coach Timothy Hall said. “Junior ’keeper Vikki Rueda-Juarez had another strong game in goal, making 15 saves; right back Nicole Cosner continued to show she has a bright future in front of her as she did well to deny pressure and distribute the ball confidently; Helen Jin brought excellent energy to her position at right half; and Addie Groth-Tuft, Max Brewington, Jess Randolph and Olivia Lutz did well, particularly in the second half, to possess the ball and begin to link passes. We also enjoyed the debut of our two seventh-grade players, Kaitlyn Verhoest and Kelly Hochenberger; both did an excellent job.” The Spartan girls will be back in action this Thursday as they play host to Life Center Academy at 4 p.m.

Cheltenham outmuscles Panthers

Quakertown girls’ tennis lost to Cheltenham, 6-1, on Monday. 1st singles: Eryn Banton (C) def. Laryssa Badulak (Q), 6-0, 6-0. 2nd singles: Shannon Nixon (C) def. Madi Shourds (Q), 6-1, 6-2. 3rd singles: Sahar Ali (C) def. Karla Zeravcic (Q), 6-1, 7-5. 1st doubles: Cierra Milton and Maria Grigerous (C) def. Aubri Stetina and Rebecca Miller (Q), 6-2, 7-6. 2nd doubles: Ashley Harpster and Riley Hetrick (Q) def. Sarah Boise and Mikayla Stone (C), 6-3, 6-3. 3rd doubles: Kyra Bloom and Sarah Karan (C) def. Kayla Reigh and Olivia Porambo (Q), 6-0, 6-2. 4th doubles: Rubi Irani and Muniya Glenn (C) def. Sam Shourds and Sadie Fowler (Q), 6-2, 6-0.

Loving, Patriots run by Panthers

CB East girls’ soccer shut out Quakertown, 4-0, on Monday. Delaney Kennedy, assisted by Emma Loving, deposited the first goal for the Patriots 25 seconds into the contest. Loving did the honors herself in the 33rd and 49th minutes; the second goal was assisted by Hannah Zach. Gillian Kane netted the final goal for CB East in the 70th minute. She was assisted by Andrea Jukobowski.

Souderton beats Rams by two

Pennridge boys’ water polo fell to longtime rival Souderton, 15-13, on Monday. Junior Jeffrey Swartz and senior Reilly Dolan each managed four goals for the Rams. Senior Tommy Schneider had two goals, and senior Callum Malcolm, senior Jake Dearborn and junior Hayden Sandt all deposited one. Junior Jake Aigeldinger made five saves in goal for Pennridge.

Patriots remain undefeated, top Titans

CB East football improved to 3-0 on the season with a 40-27 triumph over visiting CB South on Saturday. The Patriots led, 30-13, at halftime, headlined by a punt block by Brian Stella that was recovered by Myles King for a 22-yard touchdown about halfway through the first quarter to put CB East up, 14-0. Patriots quarterback Jack Lamb finished 6-for-8 for 133 yards and one score, a 70-yard strike to Wes Verbit 18 ticks into the game. Lamb also scored on the ground and picked up 70 yards on 10 carries. Senior teammate Alex Gibson did a lot of the heavy lifting for CB East; he had 23 carries for 103 yards and one touchdown. For the Titans, signal-caller Sam Thompson tossed three touchdowns. He found Joe Vitelli for a pair and Justin Schreiber for the other. Vitelli ended up with 151 yards on seven receptions. Stephen Iannuzzi hauled in seven passes for 121 yards. Nate Norris scored a touchdown on the ground for CB South. King picked off a Thompson pass and returned it 78 yards for the score in the second quarter. Barney Amor booted two field goals for CB East, including a 46-yarder.