In a battle for first place in the SOL Continental, CB South boys’ lacrosse remained undefeated by blasting CB East, 15-6, on Wednesday at War Memorial Field. The Titans outscored the previously unbeaten Patriots in the second half, 9-1. Brendan McGrath led the charge for CB South with five goals and six ground balls. Chris Tanner and Evan Falkowski each scored three goals. Jake Henze had two, while Dillon Kelly and Austin Naessens each had one. Kevin Witchey picked up five ground balls, and Robbie Richick had eight saves in goal. For CB East, Ryan Brown netted five goals and Matt Vetter had one. Sean McGovern made 16 saves, while Dustin Buchanan had five ground balls and four forced turnovers.
Cayla Metzger deposited three goals and Olivia Maseloff, Brooklynn Law and Taylor Kishbaugh all notched two as Quakertown girls’ lacrosse won its second game of the season – and second in varsity history – with a 13-8 triumph over Allentown Central Catholic on Thursday. Taylor Scheetz added two assists for the Panthers. Defensively, Kayla Donnelly had four interceptions and five caused turnovers, while Alisa Robinson had three interceptions. Morgan Craighead was solid in goal for Quakertown. She had nine saves.
Quakertown girls’ lacrosse crushed Norristown, 19-7, on Monday. Taylor Kishbaugh scored a whopping seven goals for the Panthers. Kayla Donnelly added three, and Brooklyn Law and Sarah Townsend each netted two. Cayla Metzger chipped in three assists, while Kellyn Neville and Law each had two. Donnelly was a force defensively for Quakertown. She had four interceptions and three forced turnovers. Alisa Robinson had two interceptions, and Alison Schlicher managed two forced turnovers. Morgan Craighead had 17 saves (on 24 shots) for the Panthers.