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The William Tennent swim team is small but spirited. The Panthers ended the Suburban One League Freedom Division regular season with a double dual meet at Springfield Township on Thursday.

Suburban One League American rivals Pennridge and Quakertown squared off Monday at Earl-Bowl Lanes - Earlington, with the Panthers triumphing in both the boys match (3-1) and the girls match …

Competing for your high school team in any sport is not always about winning a district championship or finishing first in your division. Just ask Morgan Lee, a pole vaulter for the track team and …

The Jenkintown boys basketball team bounced back from an eight-point deficit at the half to beat Bicentennial Athletic League rival and host Plumstead Christian 52-47 last Thursday.

One shot at a time. A sound pre-shot routine let Quakertown senior Brady Gallagher overcome a rough start at the Oct. 3 Suburban One League Championships at Warminster’s Five Ponds Golf Club.

It was a big goal, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. Senior Patrick Fannon found the back of the net with 18:19 remaining in the second half to lift the Pennridge boys soccer team to a 1-0 …

The Quakertown field hockey team defeated host Palisades 2-0 on Sept. 1 to notch its second shutout win in the first week of the season. The Panthers’ Kaitlin Calvello scored in the second quarter …

“Cool kids never have the time,” Billy Corgan sings in “1979.” The Quakertown Panthers were the cool kids in Lansdale Thursday night. Behind Vince Micucci’s five touchdown passes and an outstanding defense effort, the Panthers beat North Penn 38-17. It was Quakertown’s first win over North Penn, a school with 2½ times its enrollment, since 1979.

Quakertown Panthers in rebuilding mode

When they had the bulk of their starting lineup graduate last spring, Quakertown head boys volleyball coach Andy Snyder understood his and the team’s mission this spring. The Panthers were in …

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