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Plumstead tacked on eight unanswered runs to beat the Nor-Gwyn Hawks 8-3 in Tuesday night Bux-Mont Legion action in Hanusey Park. It was the first time the two teams met this summer.

The Doylestown Rugby Academy high school boys team traveled to the first rugby 7s tournament of the summer, Delco 7s, on June 1. Doylestown went 3-0 in pool play with victories over Media, West Chester and MD15.

In the fall, Council Rock North senior Brady Ott can break out his PIAA cross country gold medal. In the spring, Ott can swap it out with his PIAA outdoors 4x800-meter gold medal.

Blazers fall to Rattlers

The Quakertown Blazers dropped their Tuesday night Northern Division ECCBL matchup against the Pocono Timber-Rattlers, 12-2, in an abbreviated eight-inning mercy rule game.

In December 2015, Smithsonian Magazine article reported that spiders build their webs beginning at the outside and “working their way in.” Kirby Mooney took the opposite approach to developing his basketball game. The William Tennent star built it from the inside-out.

Taylor Mason, a 12-year-old rising seventh-grader, heads to Greensboro Coliseum Complex in North Carolina from June 21-24 to compete in the preteen division of the 2024 World Ninja League Championships.

Having completed the annual 500-mile Anchor House Ride for Runaways for 15 years, Joe Boyce had his pre-journey training schedule pretty much down to memory.

Lydia Bottelier found herself in a familiar position – on the podium or in the top four – in May’s ACC Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Atlanta.

Pennridge scored a baker’s dozen en route to victory over host Hatfield-Towamencin Monday. With the 13-0 win, Pennridge improved its Bux-Mont American Legion record to 4-2.

For the second season in a row, Unami Middle School’s seventh and eighth grade softball team won the Central Bucks School District’s softball championship.

It was the first trip to the state tournament for the Council Rock South softball team.And the Golden Hawks put on a show, reaching the title game. But CR South fell just shy of the state crown.

If you’re looking for toughness and determination, look no further than Avery Tumolo, third baseman on the Council Rock South softball team.

It was an inauspicious beginning. But what a spectacular finish. The Faith Christian Academy baseball team came from behind to defeat District Seven runner-up Eden Christian Academy, 4-1, in the PIAA Class 1A championship game.

It was a lot of pressure for anyone. It was an incredible amount of pressure for a freshman.

The stakes couldn’t have been any higher for Shannon Williams. Williams, a junior on the Council Rock South softball team, was at the plate with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning in a scoreless game. Courtesy runner Paige Brady stood on second, representing the winning run.

Central Bucks South seniors recognized

The list of student-athletes was diverse, representing eight different sports.On Thursday, May 16, 14 Central Bucks South seniors were recognized for committing to compete in their respective sport …

The Faith Christian Academy baseball team accomplished a feat it had yet to do in school history, but the Lions are not done.

Like father, like son ... and daughter. Todd Wiley is proud of his 14 Ironman triathlons, including four trips to the World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, but there is one other aspect of his athletic persona which makes him beam even more.

The Pennridge Rams were so close to making the PIAA Class 3A boys volleyball semifinals.

The Mercer Mammoths shut down the Quakertown Blazers’ bats – hot off a 12-0 shutout over Southside – in a doubleheader Saturday, June 8.Quakertown’s 2024 home opener marked its first game on …

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