CB South football’s season closed on Friday with a 21-14 setback to visiting Garnet Valley in the first round of the District One Class AAAAAA tournament. The Titans surrendered 14 fourth-quarter points to the Jaguars, including the game-winning score from Nick Juliano to Colin Davis from 12 yards out with 11 ticks left on the clock. CB South scored on its first drive as Sam Thompson lugged the pigskin in from 20 yards out. Garnet Valley came back to tie it at 7 in the second quarter. The game remained deadlock until Thompson found Jack Gardy for a 32-yard touchdown with 9:35 left in the third. With 3:40 remaining, Juliano hooked up with Davis from 14 yards out for the equalizer, and the Jaguars stunned the Titans late to move on to the second round and a date with No. 2 Neshaminy. Thompson finished with 83 yards on the ground on 23 carries. Casey Sloms was his top receiver with 72 yards on five catches. Matt Norris and Nate Norris led the CB South defense with 19 and 10 total tackles, respectively.
CB South football ended its regular season by ripping host William Tennent, 35-7, on Friday. The Titans scored four of their five touchdowns on the ground as Sam Thompson and Nate Norris each went in twice. Thompson also tossed a touchdown pass to Cole Braccio from nine yards out late in the second quarter to give CB South a 28-7 lead at the break. Casey Sloms hauled in four Thompson passes for 112 yards. Thompson finished with 79 yards on 10 carries. The Titans defense was anchored by Matt Norris with 14 total tackles. The Titans also registered two sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss.
CB South football came back to defeat visiting Pennridge, 21-14, on Friday. Jagger Hartshorn found Ryan Cuthbert for a 19-yard scoring strike less than halfway through the first quarter to give the Rams a 7-0 lead. The Titans answered as Sam Thompson went to Tyler Watson for a 30-yard touchdown more than three minutes later. Pennridge went back in front on a Hartshorn 16-yard scoring run with 2:48 remaining in the half. CB South responded as the horn sounded on the first half when Thompson hooked up with Casey Sloms from 24 yards out. The extra-point try was no good. With five minutes left in the third, the Titans scored the decisive touchdown as Thompson passed to Cole Braccio who ran into the end zone from eight yards away. Thompson went to Watson for the two-point conversion. Thompson was the star of the game, rushing for 131 yards on 24 carries and tossing three touchdown passes. Hartshorn led the Rams with 79 yards on 16 carries. Defensively for the Titans, Matt Norris had 11 total tackles, including one of CB South’s three sacks. Ryan Watson had an interception.
CB South football halted a mini-two-game losing skid with a 14-7 victory over rival CB West on Friday. The Titans’ Nate Norris scored the only touchdown for either side in the first half with a one-yard run at the 6:09 mark of the second quarter. The Bucks knotted it at 7 early in the fourth when Jake Reichwein ran it in from five yards. Jack Johns tossed the game-winning score to Casey Sloms from 32 yards with 8:05 remaining in the contest. CB South’s Tyler Watson toted the pigskin 22 times for 107 yards on the ground. Ryan Moylan led CB West with 59 yards on eight carries. Norris, far and away, was the Titans’ leading tackler with 14 total stops.
CB South football went down to host Neshaminy, 42-14, on Friday. The Redskins scored the first 14 points and never looked back. The Titans cut it to 14-7 on a Tyler Watson one-yard touchdown plunge in the second quarter and then to 21-14 on a Jack Johns to Sean Charpentier 19-yard scoring hook-up in the third, but Neshaminy ended the contest on a 21-0 run. Watson finished with 107 yards on 17 carries. Johns had 72 yards on seven carries. Sean Carlen led the CB South defense with nine total tackles; Watson added seven.
CB South football went down for the first time this season on Friday. Visiting North Penn handed the Titans their first loss, 42-13, in Warrington. CB South had the deficit down to 14-13 at the 6:30 mark of the second quarter on a Jack Johns to Sean Charpentier four-yard touchdown pass, but the Knights rattled off the next 28 points to put the game away. Tyler Watson took a handoff 82 yards to the house to give CB South its first points with 9:38 left in the first half. Watson finished with 148 yards on the ground on nine carries. Watson added an interception on defense. Sean Gaida and Noah Collachi also had picks for the home team. Nate Norris amassed 12 total tackles and had the Titans’ lone sack.
CB South football moved to 5-0 overall with its 7-0 victory at Souderton on Friday evening. The lone score came in the third quarter when Tyler Watson carried the rock 78 yards into the end zone with 6:47 remaining. Watson finished with 98 yards on 13 attempts. The real story was the Titans defense, led by brothers Matt and Nate Norris, each of whom made 12 total tackles. Watson also had a pick.
In a battle of unbeatens, CB South football came out on top on Friday night as the Titans got by CB East, 27-6, at Doylestown’s War Memorial Field. CB South outscored the Patriots 27-3 after the first quarter. Barney Amor kicked a pair of field goals for CB East. Sam Thompson tossed a pair of touchdowns, the first to Jason Horvath covered 41 yards in the second quarter and the second to Tyler Watson went for 52 yards in the third. Nate Norris had a touchdown on the ground for four yards early in the second quarter, and Noah Collachi iced the contest with a pick-six for 50 yards with 2:25 remaining. The Titans defense forced four turnovers. Matt Norris and Nate Norris led CB South with 14 and 13 total tackles, respectively.
CB South football ran over host CR South, 39-13, on Friday in Newtown. The Titans led 20-0 at halftime. Cole Braccio caught two touchdown passes from Sam Thompson, the first covering 28 yards with 6 seconds left in the first half and the second went for 65 yards late in the third quarter. Nate Norris rushed for a pair of scores; he finished with 82 yards on 10 carries. Tyler Watson picked up 62 yards and a touchdown, while Jake Layer also lugged the pigskin into the end zone. Braccio hauled in five passes for 119 yards. Matt Norris excelled for the CB South defense, registering 10 total tackles. The Titans came up with three interceptions and two sacks. They also forced a fumble.
CB South football rolled over visiting CR North, 35-6, on Saturday. The Titans led 28-0 at the half, behind two Nate Norris touchdown runs. Quarterback Sam Thompson also scored on a 55-yard keeper more than halfway through the first quarter. Casey Sloms concluded the day’s scoring with an 84-yard kickoff return 14 seconds after the Indians finally got on the board in the third quarter. Thompson finished with a game-high 74 rushing yards, and Collin Dompert’s 57 yards through the air led the Titans’ receiving corps. Defensively, Matt Norris racked up 13 tackles for CB South; Nate Norris had 12. Each added one sack.