Banshees win at Rider Cup Tournament

The Yardley Makefield Soccer U12 Banshees won the top division of the recent Rider Cup Tournament. The girls went undefeated through the tournament and won the final 4-0.

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Get out and play some tennis!

The non-profit Bucks County Tennis Association’s (BCTA) popular low-cost countywide community tennis programs begin its third of four outdoor seasons in early July at public parks throughout Bucks County – affordable fun and fitness for family and friends of all ages and abilities.

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Aysia Grondahl plays for All-State Rugby Team

New Hope-Solebury High School senior Aysia Grondahl was recently chosen for the Pennsylvania Girls High School All-State Rugby Team. Aysia plays for the Doylestown Girls High School Rugby Club, which recently became the PA State Girls High School Rugby Champions.

On June 1st, the team played in the College Rugby Championships at PPL Park in Philadelphia. This is a nationally televised tournament that selects the best teams from across the country to compete. Although Doylestown lost to New Jersey Blaze by 28-19, it gets an automatic bid to next year’s challenge, which is held in conjunction with the Collegiate Rugby Championships.

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CB West student-athletes head to college

by Sami Evans, senior, Central Bucks High School West

As the school year comes to a close, there is only one thing on seniors’ minds: college. And for some student-athletes at Central Bucks High School West, the excitement has already begun, as they look forward to continuing to play their sport throughout college.

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Banshees win USSSA Spring Storm in Quakertown

The Banshees Red (U13) softball team won the United States Specialty Sports Association Spring Storm World Series Qualifier, held at Veterans Park in Quakertown on April 6th. The Banshees Red went a perfect 4-0 and were seeded number one heading into the final day of the tournament. They overwhelmed the Blue Valley Mountain Lions in the semi-finals 11-1 and came back, after falling behind 4-0, to defeat the Delco Force in the championship game 11-8.  The Banshees had great pitching most of the weekend, which included a no-hitter by Tessa Prushan, and had one of its better hitting tournaments as well, which included a home run by catcher Britney Hubler.

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Laura Canfield receives prestigious tennis award

Bucks County Tennis Association (BCTA) Board Member Laura Canfield, of Langhorne, was recently recognized with United States Tennis Association (USTA) Middle States section’s prestigious Mangan Award at the section’s board meeting in King of Prussia.

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Little Bulldogs announce registration dates

The Morrisville Little Bulldogs has announced registration dates for its upcoming season. Registration takes place at Bulldog Hall, 38 Hillcrest Avenue, Morrisville.

The dates are as follows:

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CRBA 9U Girls Travel Basketball team win championship

by Matt Snider

The girls of the Council Rock Basketball Association 9U Girls Basketball travel team began their inaugural season within the Inter County Basketball Association this past year. Although they may not have had the experience of the other teams in the league, in the end it never mattered as the girls finished the year as champions.

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Play ball!

Plumstead Little League held its Opening Day parade at Tohickon Middle School on April 12th. During the day team photos were taken and players were introduced one by one in the gym, where Plumstead Little League President Mike Harte gave a few words reflecting on the past year, and welcoming in the new one.

Pictured are Connor Sokol and William Varcoe during the ceremonies. Photo by Matt Snider.

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CRBA 9U Girls Travel Basketball team win championship

by Matt Snider

The girls of the Council Rock Basketball Association 9U Girls Basketball travel team began their inaugural season within the Inter County Basketball Association this past year. Although they may not have had the experience of the other teams in the league, in the end it never mattered as the girls finished the year as champions.

“I’m really proud of the girls this year,” said Bob Wright, coach of the team. “Everyone on the team really improved over the year and earned it.”

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