CB South football concluded its season with a 33-7 triumph over Souderton on Friday. Quarterback Sam Thompson was responsible for all five Titan touchdowns. He ran four in, finishing with 68 yards on 15 carries. He also connected with Tommy Connell from one yard out in the second quarter. CB South’s Nick Giorgi picked up 145 yards on 22 carries to lead the Titans’ ground attack. On the defensive side, Matt Hemsley finished with 13 total tackles; Luke Kohler had 10. Tyler Watson and Charles McMeekin each added an interception.
CB South football suffered a 27-9 setback to Pennsbury at home on Friday. The Falcons led, 20-3, after three quarters. The Titans were up, 3-0, early in the second quarter when Stephen Iannuzzi booted through a 25-yard field goal; however, the Falcons’ Mike Alley had a hand in three straight Pennsbury touchdowns, the first two through the air, the third on the ground, to give the visitors a commanding lead. CB South quarterback Sam Thompson connected with Iannuzzi on an eight-year touchdown about halfway through the fourth quarter to slice the deficit to 20-9, but Alley responded with a 52-yard keeper for a touchdown 44 seconds later to set the final score. Joe Bechta had 97 yards on 15 carries to pace the Titans’ ground game. Nate Norris had a monster game on defense for CB South. He finished with 16 total tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss. Luke Kohler had 10 total tackles, while Sean Gaida had 1.5 sacks and Tyler Watson forced a fumble and blocked a punt.
Pennridge football erased a 17-7 halftime deficit to topple visiting CB South, 28-17, on Friday in East Rockhill. Quarterback DeVon Balmer had a hand in both Ram third-quarter touchdowns: he found Connor Hansen from 28 yards out at the 8:46 mark, and then ran it in from 36 yards out more than three minutes later. Judens Desrosiers scored a 12-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter to give Pennridge its winning margin. Titans quarterback Sam Thompson and Stephen Iannuzzi hooked up for an 81-yard touchdown late in the first quarter and Nate Norris scored on the ground from eight yards out about halfway through the second to account for CB South’s two touchdowns. Balmer was the leading rusher for the Rams with 91 yards on 14 carries. He also threw two touchdowns. He connected with Dan Hockman on a 36-yard score more than halfway through the first quarter to help give Pennridge an early 7-0 lead.
CB South football went to the ground early and often to eclipse Abington, 34-25, on Friday. Three Titans reached the century mark in the run game: Joe Bechta went for 118 yards on 15 carries and one touchdown, Sam Thompson lugged the pigskin 14 times for 111 yards and two scores, and Nate Norris toted the football 17 times for 102 yards and two touchdowns. Norris also finished with 12 total tackles and one sack on defense. Pat Fleisch had a sack and a forced fumble.
Neshaminy used a 21-0 second quarter to clip host CB South football, 21-14, on Friday night. The Titans scored first on a Nate Norris one-yard touchdown run with 3:06 remaining in the first quarter, but the Redskins came out firing in the second to take a 21-7 lead into halftime. CB South quarterback Sam Thompson helped close the deficit to 21-14 with a 27-yard scoring run seven seconds into the fourth quarter. The Titans amassed 250 yards on the ground. Joe Bechta led the way with 128 yards on 19 carries. Norris managed 67 yards on eight carries, and Thompson had 47 yards on 14 carries. Sean Carlen totaled 11 tackles to pace the defense.
North Penn roared to a 26-0 lead out of the gate as the Knights beat CB South football, 46-20, on Friday. Sam Thompson had two touchdowns on the ground for the Titans. He rushed for 45 yards on seven carries. Nate Norris also found the end zone for CB South. He had 84 yards on 15 carries. Titan quarterbacks completed only one pass in the rain and wind. Luke Kohler and Matt Hemsley each finished with seven total tackles on the defensive end. Sean Gaida had a sack.
CB South football destroyed Bensalem, 46-16, on Friday. The Titans outscored the Owls, 20-0, in the second half. Ian Vogt tossed two touchdowns for CB South, covering 13 (Stephen Iannuzzi) and 19 yards (Joe Bechta). Sam Thompson ran in two quarterback keepers, and Bechta added 122 yards on the ground on 14 carries and one score. Nate Norris also had a rushing touchdown. Tyler Watson scored a defensive touchdown for the Titans: a 40-yard fumble return in the third quarter.
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.
CB South football couldn’t hold a 13-0 first-quarter lead and slipped at Council Rock North, 36-29, on Friday night in Newtown. The Titans trailed, 36-20, when South Carolina commit Brandon McIlwain ran in a quarterback keeper from 14 yards out less than 90 seconds into the fourth quarter. CB South cut the Indians’ advantage in half as signal-caller Sam Thompson called his own number from three yards out with 3:44 remaining in the contest. The Titans would get no closer. Thompson finished with two scores on the ground. He also threw a 20-yard scoring strike to Stephen Iannuzzi late in the first quarter. Joe Bechta carried the rock 15 times for 94 yards. Nate Norris had 31 yards on the ground, including a touchdown. Matt Hemsley and Luke Kohler led the Titans defense with 14 and 10 total tackles, respectively. Norris added an interception.
CB South football crushed CB West, 40-14, on Friday in Warrington. The Titans led, 33-0, at halftime. Joe Bechta returned the opening kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown. Both Buck touchdowns came in the third quarter, QB Eddie Shields ran in the first from the one and found Kevin O’Hanlon from 20 yards out 12 seconds later. Nate Norris, Cole Braccio, Brendan Parker and Bechta scored rushing touchdowns for CB South. QB Sam Thompson connected with Stephen Iannuzzi for a score from 51 yards out in the second quarter. Defensively for the Titans, Luke Kohler led the way with eight total tackles. Justin Schreiber had a pair of sacks, and Norris was credited with 3.5 tackles for loss. As a team, the Titans finished with seven sacks.