John Lilley went 3-for-4 with two runs scored as Quakertown baseball beat William Tennent, 8-3, on Friday. Jake Reed and Alec Vera each also scored a pair. Zack Metz knocked in two for Quakertown. Tyler Guidos picked up the win on the mound, allowing two runs in four innings with three strikeouts.
Zack Metz needed only 84 pitches to toss a complete-game six-hitter as Quakertown baseball nipped CB West, 2-1, on Thursday. Metz struck out three and walked one in seven innings. The Panthers got both of their runs off Bucks starter Thomas Philipps in the home half of the first. Chris Curry and Travis Woolfenden had the RBIs. Quakertown finished with only two hits. For CB West, Steven Gebre went 3-for-3.
CB East senior third baseman Carter Usowski hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the sixth to propel the Patriots baseball team to a 3-1 victory over Hatboro-Horsham on Wednesday. Eric Chase (2-0) pitched a complete game for CB East. He’s allowed one earned run in his last 14 innings pitched. Against the Hatters, Thomas Prato and Usowski each managed two hits.
Catcher Joe Unangst went 4-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored as Pennridge baseball defeated Quakertown, 11-4, on Tuesday. Dave Tatoian had three hits, three RBI and two runs scored from the leadoff position. Dan Long and Tommy Nuneviller each added two hits. Nuneviller also had two RBI. Andrew Mayhew picked up the win on the mound, striking out seven in four and two-thirds innings. For the Panthers, John Lilley had two hits, and Chris Curry knocked in two and scored a run.
CB South baseball went nine innings to edge Quakertown, 3-2, on Friday. Dave Burns scored the winning run on an error. Tyler Guidos pitched eight strong innings for the Panthers, yielding only two earned runs. Guidos also stood out at the plate for Quakertown. He had two hits and an RBI. For the Titans, Mike Anastasia went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Alex Happ and Will Moller each also had two hits for CB South. Danny Klepchick picked up the win, twirling three innings of scoreless relief.
Mike Broderick allowed only one run in six and one-third innings as CB East baseball powered past rival CB West, 10-1, on Friday. The Patriots scored seven runs in the bottom of the second and three in the fifth. Colin Sheehan drove in three, and David Yanni and Geoffrey Salfi each knocked in two for CB East. Carter Usowski scored a pair and added an RBI. Broderick fanned six and yielded six hits and two walks. Luke Irons went 2-for-2 for the Bucks.
Eric Chase pitched a complete-game three-hitter as CB East baseball won at Quakertown, 5-0, on Wednesday. Chase needed only 64 pitches to complete his masterpiece. He didn’t walk nor strikeout a Panther. Leadoff hitter Cameron Komanchak went 2-for-4 with two runs scored. David Yanni went 2-for-2 with two walks and a run scored. Thomas Prato drove in three with a triple.
CB East baseball beat CB South, 6-4, on Monday. The Patriots and Titans combined for 10 errors; CB South had six, including three in CB East’s five-run fifth inning. Mike Broderick picked up the win, going five-plus innings and allowing only two earned runs and striking out five. David Drea was tagged with the loss, though of the five runs scored against him, only one was earned. Colin Sheehan went 2-for-3 with three RBI for the Patriots. Alex Happ, Steve Trachtenberg and Mike Kuypers all had two hits for the Titans. Happ also drove in two. Danny Klepchick started the game for CB South and fanned nine in four innings. He allowed only one hit.
Zack Metz pitched five and a third innings of shutout ball as Quakertown baseball blanked Souderton, 3-0, on Tuesday. The game was shortened because of rain. Metz allowed six hits and fanned three. He was supported offensively by Chris Curry, who had two hits and scored a run. Tyler Guidos and John Lilley each had a hit and a run scored. Torin Martutartus had the lone RBI for the Panthers.
Quakertown baseball came up the wrong side of a 12-2 decision to Freedom on Monday. Freedom scored seven in the bottom of the first. Chris Curry went 2-for-2 with an RBI for the Panthers. Jared Kishbaugh and Jake Perrine each scored a run.