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Like Lions at feeding time. It is an appropriate analogy for how the Faith Christian Lions attacked their competition this spring.

Peyton Fries made history as a member of Quakertown’s first varsity girls wrestling team. She added to her legacy by medaling at the first sanctioned PIAA state tournament, finishing seventh at 235.

One of the most rewarding aspects of being a member of the Bucks County Roadrunners is the chance to recognize some of the top student-athletes in the area.

At the halfway point of Dock Mennonite’s summer boys basketball six-week league, there is a prevailing feeling that the outlet has been quite effective. Dock head coach Mike Fergus should know.

The inaugural East Coast Collegiate Baseball League (ECCBL) Home Run Derby and All-Star Game were held Saturday, July 6 at Memorial Park, home of the Quakertown Blazers.

Although hoops probably earned Gilbert more ink, she stood out in lacrosse – despite not playing club until the summer before her junior year. This spring, the William & Mary junior midfielder earned second team All-Coastal Athletic Association honors.

Same game. Same field. Different year. And a very different result. Central Dauphin squeaked by Pennridge 2-1 in the 2022 PIAA 4A girls soccer championship game in Mechanicsburg.

CB West recognizes trio

Rugby has been something of a family affair for Andrew Gilroy. The recent Central Bucks West graduate has been playing rugby ever since his mother signed him up to play when he was 5 years old.

State Rep. Perry Warren hosted the Council Rock High School North boys cross country team at the Capitol in honor of the team’s 2023 PIAA Class 3A championship.

The Doylestown Tigers (6-4) extended their win streak to three in emphatic fashion on Monday night with an 11-1 win over Souderton.

Palisades wrestlers Savannah Witt and Bryce Snyder represented Team Pennsylvania at the USA Junior Wrestling Women’s National Duals, June 18-22 in Tulsa, Okla.

The Quaketown Blazers swept their Saturday doubleheader against the South Jersey Kings, walking off Game 1 in the ninth inning 3-2 and winning Game 2 5-1.

Bucks County’s Bill Ridler is the recipient of the 2023 Sheetz Family Award of Excellence. The award was presented on June 7, following the first day of activities at this year’s Special Olympics Pennsylvania Summer Games.

Tyler Tomlinson, a rising sophomore track and cross country runner from Central Bucks East, recently competed in the New Balance National Outdoor meet, an event showcasing the nation’s top high school track and field athletes as they conclude their spring season.

The Central Bucks Region YMCA swim team sent its largest-ever continent to the 2024 YMCA National Short Course championships, held recently at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Rutgers junior and Central Bucks West graduate Chloe Timberg finished seventh on Sunday in the U.S. Olympic pole vault trials in Eugene, Oregon.

House money. Rutgers junior Chloe Timberg got to play with it in an unlikely place – the NCAA national championships on June 6 – and when she cashed it in, she nearly broke the bank.

Southside puts chill on Blazers

The bullpen woes continue for the 2024 Quakertown Blazers, who lost 13-1 to Southside in a seven-inning mercy rule game Tuesday night at home.

CB East seniors select colleges

Playing collegiate football has been Dean Blackwell’s plan since he was a youngster.

If you want to know why races like the July 4 Revolutionary Run in Washington Crossing appeal to so many Americans on the most patriotic of holidays, who better to put it in perspective than someone from “across the pond?”

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