Quakertown wrestling routed Wissahickon, 61-15, on Monday. 106: Kyle Miller (Q) def. Jayln Pacheco (Wiss), fall in 1:51. 113: Matthew Fritz (Wiss) def. Kaylee Brulliea (Q), fall in 2:36. 120: Vincent DeSpirito (Q) def. Charlie Brammer (Wiss), 11-5 decision. 126: Joshua Stahl (Q) def. Scott Gilman (Wiss), fall in 2:18. 132: Zach Lewis (Q) def. Owen Dowling (Wiss), fall in 2:31. 138: Domenic DeFalco (Q) def. Peter Sweeney (Wiss), 16-2 major decision. 145: Patrick McCoy (Q) won by forfeit. 152: Jake Wheeler (Q) won by forfeit. 160: Kyle Goodwin (Q) won by forfeit. 170: Micah Kunkle (Q) won by forfeit. 182: Dan Keller (Wiss) def. Max Russell (Q), 4-3 decision. 195: Hans Muse (Q) won by forfeit. 220: Ralph Martin (Q) won by forfeit. 285: Mark Thompson (Wiss) def. James Lacey (Q), fall in 2:45.
Plymouth Whitemarsh defeated Pennridge boys’ basketball, 79-55, in Saturday’s SOL tournament semifinals at Bensalem. The Colonials won every quarter and took a 34-22 advantage into halftime. Sean Yoder scored 23 for the Rams; he hit five three-pointers. Tyrese Lewis contributed a dozen points in the loss.
Pennridge girls’ basketball ended its regular season with a 59-45 victory over Villa Joseph Marie on Friday. The Rams went ahead 17-6 after one quarter. Rose McCormick had 14 points to pace Pennridge. Brooke Bachtle and Emilee Cramer each added 11 points for the Rams.
CB East boys’ basketball used a 19-3 third quarter to down CB South, 58-47, on Friday. Nick Roggio went for 17 points and six rebounds for the Patriots. Kyle Cassidy chipped in 16 points, five rebounds and four assists. Leo Masterson accumulated nine points, while Jesse Rivera had eight points and five assists. Nate Robinson dumped in 11 points to pace the Titans.
Pennridge girls’ basketball was tripped up by North Penn, 34-30, on Tuesday. The Lady Knights used a 20-13 second half to propel them to the win. Gill Anderson finished with eight points and Rose McCormick added seven in the setback.
Pennridge boys’ basketball knocked off North Penn, 57-43, on Thursday. The Rams carried a 31-19 advantage into halftime. Jon Post was huge for Pennridge, finishing with 26 points. Jake Pestrak had 13 points and Sean Yoder added 10 in the win. The Rams close their regular season with a 17-5 record; they were 9-3 in the SOL Continental. Pennridge will face Plymouth Whitemarsh in Saturday’s SOL tournament semifinals at 5:30 p.m. at Bensalem.
Quakertown girls’ basketball succumbed to Springfield, 53-44, on Tuesday. The game was tied at 39 after three quarters. Samantha Howard scored 13 to lead the Panthers; Veronica Best added 10 points.
Pennridge girls’ basketball held on for a 39-37 victory at William Tennent on Tuesday. The Rams led 35-24 after three quarters. Only four Rams put the ball through the hoop. Gill Anderson scored 18 and Brooke Bachtle netted 10; they were a combined nine of nine from the charity stripe. Emilee Cramer had eight points and Rose McCormick deposited three for Pennridge.
Pennridge boys’ basketball dumped William Tennent, 61-48, on Tuesday. The Rams trailed 13-12 after the first quarter. Tyrese Lewis tallied 21 points for Pennridge. Sean Yoder chipped in 17 in the win. The Rams moved to 16-5 overall and will travel to North Penn on Thursday.
New Hope girls’ basketball destroyed The Christian Academy, 39-19, on Tuesday to capture its fourth-straight BAL Independence title. The Lions are 11-1 in the BAL, having suffered their only loss to undefeated Jenkintown.