Patriot FC U12 Girls take Corrigan/Mysza Memorial Indoor Soccer Tournament

The Upper Makefield Patriot FC U12 Girls Red Vipers recently won the Bob Corrigan/Morgan Mysza Memorial Indoor Soccer Tournament held at Central Bucks East High School for the second year in a row.

Pictured seated in front is Sydney Mandel; middle row from left, Kim Herritt, Remi Acord, Aubrey Hondros, and Karly Wunder; back row from left, Coach Pete Hondros, Coach Joe Welsh, Emily Welsh, Brianna Hondros, Kara Hill, Madelyn Deal, Brooke Fischer, and Coach Eric Hill.

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Patriot FC U11 girls capture Corrigan/ Mysza Indoor Soccer Tourney

The Patriot FC Red Thunder Under-11 girls soccer team recently won their bracket in the Bob Corrigan/Morgan Mysza Memorial Indoor Soccer Tournament at Central Bucks East High School.

Pictured in back row: Shannon Liedl, Katie Daniels, Claire Sichel, Marlena Ries, Hannah Smith, Rebecca Clark, Alexis Ditri, and Shya Walker;
front row: Brenna Schoenfeld, Lindsey Bennett, Taylor Brennan, Morgan McCaffery, and Coach Gavin Flannigan.
Not pictured: Cameron Yaletsko, Jordan Yaletsko, Maddie Fasti, and Caitlyn Martinez.

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Spencer Tinkel: NH-S High School’s first basketball player to score 1,000 points in new millennium

by Garrett Lemmons (Class of 2015)

Averaging 13-15 points a game for the season, New Hope-Solebury High School’s power forward Spencer Tinkel realized his dream of scoring his 1,000 points in a home game against Holy Ghost on January 23rd. This was a truly historic milestone.

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Champion golfer Vinay Ramesh honored in Harrisburg

State Rep. Steve Santarsiero, D-Bucks, honored PIAA-AAA boys’ 2014 golf champion Vinay Ramesh with a Pennsylvania House of Representatives citation in the Capitol in Harrisburg earlier this month. The Pennsbury High School senior, a resident of Lower Makefield, captured the title October 21st with a playoff finish lasting three holes. Vinay was joined in the House chamber by his parents, Radha Iyer and Ramesh Peruvemba, as well as his golf coach at Pennsbury, Glenn Goldsborough.

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Carolina Murphy ranks top 25 in Archery World Championships

Carolina Murphy, of Langhorne, placed 25th in the world at the Archery World Championships in Las Vegas earlier this month. She competed in the largest and most competitive age group. There were over 140 competitors in her group from 10 countries all over the world. She finished second among all the US East Coast archers! Only a handful of points separated the top 25 archers in Carolina’s division.

“To give you an idea of how competitive archery is at this level, I’ll tell you this: in the equivalent male division, 30 archers turned in perfect scores, which is a 600. You can shoot a 599, and finish in 31st place!” says Carolina’s mother, Colleen Murphy.

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Langhorne 11U Fall Elite Tournament Team finishes 13-4

The Langhorne 11U Fall Elite Tournament Team won four tournament championships this fall and finished with a record of 13-4. The team took home the championship trophy at the Battle By The Bay Tournment, The Grand Slam High Heat Tournament, The South Jersey Fall Classic and Diamond Nation’s Thanksgiving Dome Tournament.

Pictured sitting is George Cairns; kneeling from left, Cole Carson, Ethan Helbling, Zack Bowman, Michael Burns, Austin Stalker and James Baker; standing from left, Josh Haus, Liam DelGuerico, Ethan Flail, and Tyler McCord; coaches from left, Jared Haus, Rob DelGuerico, Jay Bowman, and Bill Gill. Missing from picture are Eddie Harwood, Josh Munizza, and Sabien Rivera.

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Yardley-based YM Tennis team takes Nationals

by Matt Snider

As the YM Tennis team made their way to the United States Tennis Association’s Junior National Championships this past October in South Carolina, Coach Mike Cremeans knew that he had a good team. He knew that the team he was coaching now had more experience than the one that went to the National tournament three years ago. He also knew that this team was mentally ready to take on whatever came their way. What did worry Cremeans, however, was that his team might not even be able to compete.

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Final 2014 County-Wide Tennis Play Day a fun hit

Bucks County Tennis Association players representing Bensalem, Doylestown, Middletown, Newtown, and Warrington Townships gathered at Core Creek Park tennis courts on October 18th to test their tennis skills in friendly competition. Season 4, the last five-week series of outdoor Learn, Practice & Play programs this year, concluded with the usual season-ending County-Wide Play Day that brings together young BCTA participants from around the county for match play, group games, and a hit for prizes activity.

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Neshaminy’s Blum headed to Quinnipiac University

Amanda Blum, a junior starter on the Neshaminy High School Varsity Field Hockey Team and a member of the Mystx Field Hockey Club, has verbally committed to play for the Quinnipiac Bobcats in the fall of 2016. Amanda has played on five championship teams over the past two years, which included two Suburban One Championship titles (2012 and 2014), two U16 Mystx Club Festival Championships in West Palm Beach, FL, and a U19 Mystx Disney Showcase Championship in 2014.

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CB East and West Girls’ Soccer Teams Unite in Kick for Pink Game

The Central Bucks East and West Girls’ Soccer teams, in partnership with Doylestown Hospital, held a Kick for Pink game on October 14, at War Memorial Field in Doylestown. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the event raised funds to support women in our community who are being treated for breast cancer. The event acknowledged women who are breast cancer survivors, have been affected by breast cancer, or are representing a woman who lost her life to the disease.

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