Titans brush aside Bensalem

CB South volleyball swept Bensalem, 3-0 (25-8, 25-10, 25-15), on Monday. Stats for the Titans: Erica Werner, five aces, one kill, 12 assists; Isabel Miller, four aces, four kills, seven digs; Julia Dennis, seven kills, four blocks; Lindsay VanFossen, 14 service points, one kill, nine digs; Kelly Danyluk, four aces, six kills, 19 assists; Alyssa Dallmer, two aces, eight kills, two blocks; and Meghan Smith, two kills, nine digs. “So tonight was Senior Night for us,” head coach Kurt Godfrey said. “It was such a special moment and I am so proud of these girls. This is the first class of girls that I can say I’ve had all four years of high school. You can see by the stats tonight that we really only played our seniors tonight. We had an opportunity for them to play together and have some fun. We did make sure to stay focused as we are not yet done with the season. All of our seniors had a great night and it was really special for them. We will be back at it tomorrow night with our Dig Pink event and we hope to keep our playoff push alive.”


Titans escape with W

Noah Collachi blocked the potential game-tying PAT in CB South football’s 21-20 victory over visiting CB West on Friday. Jake Reichwein’s one-yard touchdown run with one second remaining in the fourth quarter brought the Bucks to within one. The Titans went in front 21-14 on Ryan Watson’s three-yard scoring run with 1:23 left in the fourth. The Bucks led 14-7 at the half on a pair of Josh Crecca-to-Luke Benson touchdown tosses: the first covering 28 yards, the second 85, both in the second quarter. Earlier, CB South’s Connor DiLissio carried the rock into the end zone from one yard out to help give the Titans an early 7-0 advantage. DiLissio’s second touchdown run from 32 yards out early in the third quarter helped tie the contest at 14. Reichwein finished with 67 yards on 14 carries. DiLissio rumbled for 60 yards on 11 carries. Crecca completed nine of 13 passes for 173 yards. His counterpart, Ryan Shoch, completed 18 of 23 for 173. Benson hauled in three balls for 118 yards. Matt Norris led the Titans defense with 14 total tackles; Matt Tobey added 11 tackles and a pair of sacks.

Titans earn huge win

CB South volleyball dropped CB West, 3-1 (25-20, 21-25, 25-23, 25-21), on Friday. Stats for the Titans: Lizzie Shirley, 16 assists, six digs; Maddy Morrow, nine kills, nine digs; Isabel Miller, four aces, seven kills, nine digs; Lindsay VanFossen, 22 digs, one assist; Julia Dennis, eight kills, three blocks; and Alyssa Dallmer, nine kills, three blocks, 21 digs. “Wow, what a great match tonight,” CB South head coach Kurt Godfrey said. “Our girls played their hearts out tonight. I am so proud of them. Lizzie and Kelly were absolutely phenomenal for us tonight and I cannot tell you how important they are to our success. They spread the ball around so perfectly tonight and got all of our hitters involved. I think each hitter had roughly the same amount of kills tonight. It was a total team effort. Isabel Miller had a stunning night from the service line and her play at the net made her a force tonight. I am so proud of her. I am so proud of all our girls. West is a really good team and we battled in every set tonight. Each set had about 10 lead changes in it and it made for an intense match. They really make you pay if you give them a free ball. Our defense was relentless tonight and the spectacular play from Lindsay, Alyssa and Maddie (Mauri) were what made the difference for us. Simply the best they’ve played all season long. We have a tough and emotional schedule next week, so it was really nice to cap off this week with a huge win. I cannot tell you enough just how proud I am of all girls tonight. … They dug deep and battled to beat an interdistrict rival tonight. They earned this win.”

CR North nudges Titans

CB South volleyball fell to CR North, 3-1, on Monday. Stats for the Titans: Kelly Danyluk, 22 assists, 16 digs; Alyssa Dallmer, 12 kills, 10 digs; Julia Dennis, seven kills, three blocks; Allie Burke, four kills, nine blocks; and McKenna Clow, 17 digs. “Another tough loss for us tonight,” head coach Kurt Godfrey said. “Rock North is an incredibly talented team and it’s tough to get them out of system. Rock’s outside, Maddy (Moore), is so good and she was on her game tonight. She is a heck of an athlete. We played really well and I am very proud of the way the girls battled back in games one and two, even though we lost. We were down 16-22 in each set and came back just a little too late. Allie and Julia had a great night in the middle for us and they blocked really well. McKenna and Lindsay both shared the libero spot and each played really smart, tough defense for us. Alyssa and Kelly, our captains, were so tough for us tonight and left everything out there. They always seem to be the ones who shine for us in clutch moments. We didn’t get the win tonight, but I am proud of the way the girls played. We’ll get back to work tomorrow in practice and continue to push for a playoff spot. I know we all want the chance to prove we belong there.”

Neshaminy stuns Titans

A Brody McAndrew-to-Mike Garlick 17-yard touchdown reception with 34 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter forced overtime and Neshaminy prevailed in the extra session on a Joel Stills six-yard touchdown gallop as the Redskins beat host CB South football, 21-14, on Friday night. The Titans led 14-7 at the half on a pair of second-quarter scores. Josh Consoletti connected with Collin Dompert on a 25-yard touchdown haul with 7:29 remaining, and then with only 20 seconds remaining in the period, Sean Smith tossed a nine-yard touchdown aerial to Consoletti to put the home team in front. Ryan Watson ran for 101 yards on 19 carries for CB South. Matt Tobey (12 total tackles) and Matt Norris (11, including 2.5 for loss and one forced fumble) led the Titans defense.

Spartans hit the road

Solebury School cross country ran at Greenway Meadows Park on Wednesday against the Hun School of Princeton, Princeton Day School and Lawrenceville. The boys’ scores were as follows: Lawrenceville 21, Princeton Day 52, Hun School 81 and Solebury 98. Top finishers for the Spartans were: senior Devon Brewster, freshman Neptune Xu, senior Andrei Benoliel, sophomore Erik Hallberg, freshman Ben Bunting, junior Ryan Conde and freshman Jake Schmukler. “Also noteworthy,” head coach Terri Miller said, “is sophomore Aidan Holtz with a PR for the day on a very tough course. Way to go.” The girls’ scores were as follows: Lawrenceville 15, Hun School 54 and Solebury 74. Top finishers for the Spartans were: eighth-grader Abby Salerno, juniors Debby Qu and Amy Tavipatana, freshman Zellie Chowaiki, senior Cally Kerrigan and eighth-grader Marina Kobozeva. “Noteworthy,” Miller said, “are Amy and Debby’s PRs for the day on a hilly course. Great job.”

Titans win another five-setter

Two days after nipping CB East in five sets, CB South volleyball went five to eclipse William Tennent, 3-2 (18-25, 20-25, 25-20, 25-19, 15-10), on Wednesday. Stats for the Titans: Maddy Morrow, three aces, 10 kills, five digs; Isabel Miller, 14 service points, five kills, five digs; Julia Dennis, 10 kills, three blocks; Kelly Danyluk, six aces, 26 assists, 16 digs; Alyssa Dallmer, eight kills, nine digs; and McKenna Clow, two assists, 11 digs. “Tonight, we dug deep and won another five-set match,” head coach Kurt Godfrey said. “Being down 0-2 and coming back to win, 3-2, really shows the grit and determination of this team. Coming off of a big win Monday night over CB East, I think it took us a little while to settle into a rhythm tonight. Tennent is a good team and Brian had them fired up tonight. Steph is a heck of a libero for them and it made it tough for us to get kills tonight. Julia Dennis has been a force at the net in the last few matches and I am so proud of her. It’s really nice to see it all coming together for her in her senior year. I think she and Kelly have really been on the same page lately and it’s helped our offense tremendously. Alyssa and Isabel were really great for us tonight, too. … Alyssa at the net and Isabel had a monster night for us at the service line. She had 14 points for us back there. Hopefully, this momentum carries into the end of this week and rolls into next week. We’ll go back to work tomorrow in practice, fix a few things we need to work on and be ready for the next big challenge that comes our way.”