HORSHAM >> Despite having a young team, the Hatboro-Horsham Hatters continue to have success on the diamond after beating Wissahickon 8-4 RedThursday.
FRANCONIA >> Souderton girls lacrosse’s Riley McGowan had scored 199 goals coming into Wednesday afternoon’s contest with Plymouth Whitemarsh. But scoring her next one gave the Temple commit a little bit of stress.
UPPER MORELAND >> One sound told Gianna Fiorenza the fly ball she sent sailing out to left-center field had indeed cleared the fence.
WHITEMARSH >> During warm-ups, the Hatboro-Horsham baseball coaches weren’t sure what they were going to get out of Bradan Mallon.
TOWAMENCIN >> There’s still a ways to go before the regular season wraps up, but North Penn coach Rick Torresani is not afraid to think about chasing perfection.
PERKASIE >> In a crucial game in the Suburban One League Continental baseball standings, the North Penn Knights scored seven runs in the last two innings to get past Pennridge 10-2 on the road Wednesday afternoon at Second Street Park.
LOWER SALFORD >> Joe Kaleck thought his foot was hit by a pitch. But the umpiring crew ruled differently and the Neshaminy catcher had to make he was back to the batter’s box to continue facing Souderton pitcher Jordan Morales with Tuesday afternoon’s game tied 2-2 in the top of the fi…
LOWER GWYNEDD >> Prior to the season, Wissahickon coach Mike Borkowski heard what pitcher Bella Harris had done on the middle-school level.
TOWAMENCIN >> In a howling wind, the North Penn girls lacrosse team’s defense stood firm and the Knights answered every challenge from Central Bucks East Monday afternoon to continue their turnaround from an 0-4 start to the season.
UPPER MORELAND >> It was the first time this season that Methacton’s Juliana Keenan, Camille Dunham, Coco Dunham and Kate Evans all ran together on the 4×100-meter relay, and the Warriors don’t look to break up the band any time soon.
FRANCONIA >> The Pennridge softball team continued to stay hot with a big SOL Continental Conference road win against Souderton 6-3 Thursday afternoon.
DOYLESTOWN >> Of the nearly two-dozen strikeouts Mady Volpe racked up in the cold on Thursday at rival Central Bucks West, none was more important than the one she got in the bottom of a pressure-packed ninth inning, with two outs, the bases loaded and the count at 3-2.
LOWER SALFORD >> For five innings, Souderton’s Jordan Morales and North Penn’s Joe Valenti went back and forth keeping the opposing side’s bats in check Wednesday afternoon.
TOWAMENCIN >> With one runner on base and the North Penn softball team two runs away from enacting the 10-run rule in the bottom of the fifth inning, Elia Namey’s shot to left field look to be on its way to finishing Wednesday afternoon’s contest with Central Bucks East.
SPRINGFIELD >> Tyler Kehoe found himself in a few tight spots on the mound Monday afternoon at La Salle’s Ward Field. But the Archbishop Carroll senior left-hander knows from experience how to wiggle out of them.
SPRINGFIELD >> After a disappointing opening-day loss to Haverford School, La Salle responded with a thorough effort against rival Archbishop Wood.
HERSHEY >> In the moment, it felt like one small jump for Daeshon Shepherd and one giant lob for Archbishop Wood.
READING >> Bishop McDevitt coach Will Chavis could only wonder if the quarterfinal win over Neumann-Goretti three days prior had taken a little too much out the Royal Lancers.
WEST NORRITON >> Pennridge senior Jack Gillespie only made two shots Tuesday night, but they may have been the two biggest shots of the game.
READING >> The Jenkintown girls basketball team could not find its offense after halftime and lost out on its bid to repeat as PIAA Class A champions.
BETHLEHEM >> Jaylen Stinson dribbled past halfcourt, tossed the ball skyward and immediately made for the bench to start the celebration.
WINGATE >> Upper Dublin’s season and state title defense came to an end in the PIAA Class 6A semifinals Monday evening with a 51-46 overtime loss against Peters Township at Bald Eagle Area High School.
WHITEMARSH >> The spectators who got into Saturday’s PIAA Class 6A quarterfinal between Pennridge and Methacton could not have scripted a better basketball game.
PHILADELPHIA >> Zach Crisler’s hard screen was whistled for an foul, but the senior saw it as maybe a necessary trade off to show that this time the La Salle boys basketball team was not going to be intimidated by Roman Catholic.
READING >> After missing out on the Philadelphia Catholic League title, a young Archbishop Wood boys basketball team has set its sights on making sure its lone senior, Julius Phillips, finishes his high school career on a high note.
SHILLINGTON >> Gwynedd Mercy found out just how important Carly Bachinsky is to the team’s success Wednesday evening.
CHAMBERSBURG >> In the opening seconds of the second quarter, Kelly Rothenberg’s bucket capped off a 6-0 run that brought Mount St. Joseph Academy within two points of Thomas Jefferson High School in their PIAA Class 5A second-round matchup Wednesday night.