EAST ROCKHILL >> Sitting at the top of the Suburban One League Continental Conference, the Pennridge boys volleyball team wanted to make sure it stayed there against a quality Central Bucks East team that came in just one game back.
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TOWAMENCIN >> Fresh off an 11-inning loss to Central Bucks West Wednesday, the North Penn baseball team did not necessarily have a “must-win” game against Pennridge Thursday. But it certainly had a “better-win” game if the Knights wanted to stay in the Suburban One League Continental Conference race.
QUAKERTOWN >> It is never easy to win on the road in a solid high school basketball conference. Even if you are first-place Pennridge, heading into eighth-place Quakertown, trying to win an outright Suburban One League Continental Conference championship.
EAST ROCKHILL >> Scoring 1,000 points is no small achievement in high school basketball. That is particularly true when you are playing for a team looking to win the Suburban One League Continental Conference, like Max Wagner is with Pennridge.
TOWAMENCIN >>As it heads into the final stretch of the season, the North Penn boys basketball team has one goal in mind to keep its playoff hopes alive: just keep winning.
ABINGTON >> “We take it one game at a time” is one of the many clichés that exist in the sports world. The Abington boys basketball team may very well follow that motto — it wouldn’t be a contender in the Suburban One League National Conference if it didn’t.
**Note: This article originally published on PaPrepLive.com** HORSHAM — Every now and then in a football game the home team is able to jump on its opponent from the start and never look back. That was Hatboro Horsham’s goal during their SOL American matchup against Springfield Friday night. “I think our players were well-prepared and […]
**Note: This article originally published in The Reporter and on PaPrepLive.com** SPRINGFIELD TWP. >> In any football game where the two teams are evenly matched, taking advantage of your opportunities will win a game more often than not. That and 332 total yards from your quarterback. Springfield-Montco did exactly that in a wild second half […]
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