Panthers dominate LC

Quakertown boys’ tennis rolled over Lansdale Catholic, 5-0, on Friday. 1st singles: Nolan Pernia (Q) def. James Gaus (LC), 6-0, 6-0. 2nd singles: Zach Pernia (Q) def. Josh Yu (LC), 6-0, 6-0. 3rd singles: Alec Buonano (Q) def. Andrew Robinson (LC), 6-0, 6-0. 1st doubles: Ray McCarroll and Eric Neagu (Q) def. Nick C. and Zach Separdson (LC), 6-0, 6-1. 2nd doubles: Andrew Miller and Matt Meyers (Q) def. Steve Irvin and Andy Kim (LC), 6-0, 6-1.

Lions trounce Sankofa

Faith Christian girls’ basketball punched its ticket to Saturday’s District One/District 12 Class A regional final with its 49-35 triumph over top-seeded Sankofa Freedom in Tuesday’s semifinals. The Lions erupted with a 25-8 first quarter and took a 38-17 lead into halftime. Liz Hoffman’s 15 points paced Faith; Autumn Brownell added 10 points. The Lions will face Jenkintown for all the marbles on Saturday.

Lions advance to semis

Faith Christian girls’ basketball moved on to the District One Class A semifinals with Friday’s 47-34 triumph over Parkway Northwest. The Lions pulled away with a 31-19 second half. Liz Hoffman pumped in 22 points for Faith. Ashley Forker and Jessica Robinson each had seven points. Forker added 10 assists. The Lions will take on Sankofa Freedom in Tuesday’s semifinals at 5 p.m. at High of the Future in Philadelphia.

Patriots get PW next

CB East boys’ basketball needed double overtime to eliminate host CR South, 39-36, in the first round of the District One Class AAAAAA tournament on Friday. Up next for the Patriots is a meeting at second-seeded Plymouth Whitemarsh in Tuesday’s second round. CB East forced overtime on Friday with a 12-7 fourth quarter. Neither team scored in the first overtime. Kyle Cassidy scored all 15 of his points for the Patriots in the fourth quarter and overtime. He hit three 3s. Elijah Seger hauled down 10 rebounds to go with his six points. Ben Markowitz and Ryan Plack joined Seger with six points for CB East. The Patriots improved to 13-10 overall.

Lions tame Panthers

Faith Christian girls’ basketball defeated Plumstead Christian, 53-38, in the opening round of the BAL tournament on Monday in Sellersville. The Lions took charge with a 16-5 first quarter and a 15-3 third. Liz Hoffman and Jessica Robinson each scored a dozen for Faith. Ashley Parylak added eight. Erin Haines had 13 points for the Panthers; Chloe Kent notched 10 and Olivia Mott had eight. Faith will face The Christian Academy in the next round.

Rams earn huge win

Pennridge boys’ basketball needed to beat host Neshaminy on Tuesday to seemingly ensure its place in the District One Class AAAAAA field, and the Rams got it done, knocking off the Redskins, 63-47. Pennridge turned the tide with a 29-16 second half. Sean Yoder sparked the Rams with 22 points. Kyle Yoder added 13 points and Jon Post had 12 for the victors, who improved to 11-11 overall.

Bucks trip up Tennent

CB West boys’ basketball won its final conference game of the season at William Tennent on Tuesday. The Bucks beat the Panthers, 52-46. Jake Reichwein had a huge game with a season-high 25 points, plus 10 rebounds, for CB West. Shane McCusker chipped in 11 points and five boards, while Liam Cooney added 10 points and Jack Traina had five points and eight assists. The Bucks hit eight 3-pointers on the night. CB West was without its leading scorer, Collin MacAdams, who was sick. CB West finishes the regular season at 15-7 overall and 9-3 in the SOL Continental.