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Welcome to CB South Titans Lacrosse

Contact us:

Varsity Coach Sharman: MSHARMAN@CBSD.ORG

JV Coach Mohapp: christopher.mohapp@gmail.com

*Please note that players are only allowed to email Coach Sharman

Parents Association:

President - Jack Sullivan jack@nordoninc.com

Vice President - Tom Tanner totanne@comcast.net

Treasurer - Kevin Gallagher kevinpgallagher@gmail.com

Secretary - Tom Maclin maclinte2@verizon.net

 

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JV Game Results Since 3/3/2014

March 21 Upper Darby High School W 10-2

April 2 North Penn W 13-1

April 3 Hatboro Horsham W 11-7

April 5 Abington W 14-1

April 9 CB West W 10-5

April 12 Souderton W 12-2

April 14 CB East L 3-7

WINS: 6 LOSSES: 1

 

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Results
GAME RESULTS SINCE MAR 3, 2014
DATE
LOCATION
DETAILS
RESULTS
Mar 21
Upper Darby High School
Varsity Game
W 12-5
Mar 25
Pennridge High School
Varsity Game
W 11-7
Mar 26
Council Rock North High School
Varsity Game
W 13-2
Apr 2
War Memorial Field
Varsity Game vs North Penn (Home WMF)
W 8-7
Apr 3
War Memorial Field
Varsity Game vs Hatboro Horsham (Home WMF)
L 4-5
Apr 5
Abington High School
Varsity Game
L 5-11
Apr 9
War Memorial Field
Varsity Game vs CB West (Home WMF)
W 10-3
Apr 12
War Memorial Field
Varsity Game/Senior Day vs Souderton (Home WMF)
W 13-6
Apr 14
Central Bucks East
Varsity Game (Away WMF)
L 5-10

Wins:

6

Losses:

3

 
Schedule

Starting From:   

THU. APR 17, 2014 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM  GAME
Varsity Game
North Penn High School
THU. APR 17, 2014 5:15 PM - 6:30 PM  JV GAME
JV Game
North Penn High School
WED. APR 23, 2014 5:30 PM - 6:45 PM  JV GAME
JV Game
War Memorial Field
WED. APR 23, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM  GAME
Varsity Game
War Memorial Field
SAT. APR 26, 2014 9:00 AM - 10:15 PM  KATIE SAMSON TOURNAMENT
Tournament Game
Radnor High School
TUE. APR 29, 2014 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM  JV GAME
JV Game
Hatboro Horsham High School
TUE. APR 29, 2014 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM  GAME
Varsity Game
Hatboro Horsham High School
THU. MAY 1, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM  GAME
Varsity Game-Time TBD
War Memorial Field
THU. MAY 1, 2014 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM  JV GAME
JV Game-Time TBD
War Memorial Field
SAT. MAY 3, 2014 5:30 PM - 6:45 PM  JV GAME
JV Game
West Chester Rustin
SAT. MAY 3, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM  GAME
Varsity Game
West Chester Rustin
TUE. MAY 6, 2014 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM  JV GAME
JV Game
Souderton High School
TUE. MAY 6, 2014 7:30 PM - 8:45 PM  GAME
Varsity Game
Souderton High School
WED. MAY 7, 2014 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM  JV GAME
JV Game
Holy Ghost Prep
WED. MAY 7, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM  GAME
Varsity Game
Holy Ghost Prep
FRI. MAY 9, 2014 5:30 PM - 6:45 PM  JV GAME
JV Game
Central Bucks South
FRI. MAY 9, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM  GAME
Varsity Game
Central Bucks South

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CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 10, CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 3

Doylestown, PA: Central Bucks South beat Central Bucks West 10-3 in Suburban One Continental Conference Boys lacrosse action on Wednesday night at War Memorial Field. In typical fashion, the crosstown rivals kept the game close into the second half with the Bucks Kevin Ernst scoring at the 8:22 mark in the third quarter to make it a one-goal game with the Titans holding a 4-3 lead. Central Bucks South then went on a tear, scoring six unanswered goals while playing shutdown defense in the game’s final 20 minutes.
The Titans’ balanced offense saw seven players break into the scoring column, led by Chris Tanner’s four goals. The Titans were without two starters on defense, but Bobby DiBrino and Jake Lautt stepped up and along with fellow long poles Kevin Witchey and Kevin Uzelac, stymied the potent Bucks offense, which had scored 35 goals in their previous three games. Midfielders AJ Caputo (1 goal, 1 assist), Nick Schreiber (1 goal), Jake Henze (1 assist) and LSM Tim “the vacuum” Ross, each scooped up four ground balls, while goalie Robbie Richick finished with nine saves, including some key stops. Kevin Ernst led the Bucks with a pair of goals.
With the win, the Titans improve to 5-2 (3-1 SOL Continental), while the Bucks drop to 4-3 (2-2 SOL).



CB South 2-2-2-4 = 10
CB West 1-1-1-0 = 3


CB South
Chris Tanner 4g, 1 a
Brendan McGrath 1g, 1a
Jimmy Gallagher 1g, 1a
AJ Caputo 1g, 1a
Evan Falkowski 1g, 1a
Nick Schreiber 1g
Anthony Paone 1g
Jamie Renneissen 1a
Jake Henze 1a
Robbie Richick 9 saves, 3 ga
Dillon Kelly 1 save


CB West
Kevin Ernst 2g
Corey Schott 1g
Jimmy Seykot 1a
Mike Harvan 7 saves
Steve Hogan 1 save

 

CB SOUTH 13 SOUDERTON 6


(dateline: Apr 13 2014)

DOYLESTOWN, PA -- The sun was shining bright, and the winds were calm; it was the perfect day for the Titans of Central Bucks South to honor their Senior Class with a 13-6 victory over the visiting Indians of Souderton. With Seniors such as Kevin Witchey, Bobby DiBrino, Jason Sklencar, and Kevin Uzelac playing solid defense for the Titans; it was the Junior Class who put on the offensive show. Junior Attack Man Brendan McGrath led all scorers with 6 goals, while his line-mate, Junior Chris Tanner contributed three goals.

The Titans came out flying, scoring three quick goals (Tanner, McGrath, Tanner) the third of which came off a beautiful pass from Jamie Renneisen; before the Indians were able to counter with a goal by Cam Trick. At the end of the first quarter, the Titans led 3-1. In the second quarter, McGrath and Tanner picked-up where they left-off, this time with McGrath netting two, while Tanner scored one. Senior Captain, Anthony Paone also scored for the Titans, while Senior Middie, Matt Mignogna, had two really nice assists. Cordell Armstrong was able to find the twine for the Indians; as the first half ended with an 8-2 Titan lead.

Corey Anlauf opened the second half scoring for Souderton, just eight seconds in, bouncing a shot past goalie Dillon Kelly that found the top left corner of the net. But the Indians would never get any closer than five goals down, as the Titan Junior Class, along with Sophomore Evan Falkowski, continued to score.

The Titans also got some solid efforts at midfield from Seniors Liam Walsh, A.J. Caputo, and Chris 'Rocket' Dougherty. Senior Anthony Paone scooped up 11 ground balls, winning a majority of the face-offs he took; while Senior goalie, Jeff Pelkowski made two saves in goal.

The biggest story on the Souderton sideline, was the performance of their goalie, Remi Reeves. He made 21 saves in the losing effort, some of which were absolutely incredible! When all was said and done, the Titans walked away with a comfortable 13-6 victory, on a day that was just perfect for lacrosse.

In pre-game ceremonies, each Titan Senior was accompanied onto the field by his parents; where he then presented his mom with a bouquet of flowers. It was announced where each Senior would continue his education, two of whom, Joel Zimmerman (Navy) and Nick Gannon (Army National Guard) will be serving our country in the military.

STATS:

Souderton 1 - 1 - 2 - 2 = 6

C.B. South 3 - 5 - 3 - 2 = 13

CB South: Brendan McGrath 6g; Chris Tanner 3g, 1a; Evan Falkowski 2g; Jake Henze 1g, 2a; Anthony Paone 1g; Jimmy Gallagher 2a; Matt Mignogna 2a; Joel Zimmerman 1a; Jamie Renneisen 1a; Tyler Dunn 1a.

Souderton: Corey Anlauf 1g, 1a; Cam Trick 1g; Cordell Armstrong 1g; Nick Anderson 1g; Greg Gibbs 1g; Anthony Potts 1g.

Goalies:

Souderton: Remi Reeves 21 Saves, 13 Goals Allowed

CB South: Robby Richick 1 Save, 2 Goals Allowed; Dillon Kelly 2 Saves, 4 Goals Allowed, Jeff Pelkowski 2 Saves, 0 Goals Allowed.

 

DOYLESTOWN, PA -- A slow start plagued the Central Bucks South Titans, as the Hatboro Horsham Hatters handed them their first loss of the season, 5 - 4 on a rainy night at War Memorial Field. The Hatters led 2 - 0 after the first quarter, courtesy of goals from Zach Irwine (who led all scorers with 2 goals) and Conor McPoyle. Hatboro Horsham also played solid defense, clogging-up the middle of their defensive zone. And goalie Mark Poust was good when he had to be, making 14 saves, and allowing only 4 goals against. A few of his saves were of the "Spectacular" variety.

Chris Tanner put the Titans on the board midway through the second quarter, getting an assist from Jake Henze, who'd made a beautiful interception at mid-field before gaining the attack zone and dishing-off to Tanner. The play was "Highlight Reel" material. But Irwine and Tony Zollo countered for the Hatters, giving Hatboro Horsham a 4 - 1 halftime lead.

Both defenses held tight through most of the third quarter. Jake Henze tallied the only goal of the quarter, cutting the Hatter's lead to 4 - 2 as the teams headed into the final 12 minutes of play. When Pierre Armstrong put the Hatters up 5 - 2 with less than half a quarter left to play; it seemed like the game was over.

But the Titans had other ideas! Team Captain Anthony Paone scored, cutting the lead to just two goals. Then he won the ensuing face-off, which led to another Titan goal -- this one a lazer shot by Senior Attackman, Joel Zimmerman. Suddenly, with just over a minute to play, things were getting very interesting.

With another face-off win, the Titans continued to push the attack! Poust came-up with two big saves in the final 30 seconds; and he also received a little help from the goal post. The game ended with him making his 14th save of the night, sealing the 5 - 4 Hatter victory as time expired.

Central Bucks South got some solid defense from their middies, Nick Gannon and A.J. Caputo. Goalie Robby Richick made 5 saves and allowed 5 goals in a losing effort. Central Bucks South is now 4 - 1 on the season. They take on Abington High School on Saturday afternoon.

Hatboro Horsham 2 - 2 - 0 - 1 = 5

Central Bucks South 0 - 1 - 1 - 2 = 4

Scoring:

Hatboro Horsham: Zach Irwine 2g; Conor McPoyle 1g; Tony Zollo 1g; Pierre Armstrong 1g.

Central Bucks South: Jake Henze 1g, 1a; Chris Tanner 1g; Anthony Paone 1g; Joel Zimmerman 1g.

Saves:

Hatboro Horsham:

Mark Poust 14 saves, 4 goals against.

Central Bucks South:

Robby Richick 5 saves, 4 goals against.

 

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(dateline: Apr 5 2014)

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Central Bucks South 8 - North Penn 7 (Boys Lax)

Doylestown, PA (4/2/14) – Central Bucks South went out to an 8-5 fourth quarter lead and held off a late comeback by a determined North Penn team to win 8-7 in Suburban One Continental Conference Boys lacrosse action on Wednesday night at War Memorial Field. The Knights took an early 1-0 lead thanks to the first of Matt Brady’s five goals, but the Titan’s Jake Henze scored late in the first quarter to tie the game at 1-1. Brady scored again for the Knights early in the second quarter before goals by Anthony Paone and Brendan McGrath gave the Titans a 3-2 lead, but North Penn tied it at 3-3 on a goal by Scott Keffer. Facing off after the Knights goal, the Titan’s Anthony Paone executed a spectacular split dodge to finish up the first half scoring at 4-3. Knights goalie Chris Barr kept the game close with several great saves and a timely hit on a Titan shooter. The second half saw the Titans score again on the second of McGrath’s three goals to take a 5-3 lead, but Brady scored two in a row to tie it at 5-5. McGrath then scored his third goal of the night to end the third quarter with a 6-5 Titans lead. Leading off the fourth quarter CB South scored two, the first on a tipped feed from Joel Zimmerman to Jimmy Gallagher and then got their final tally on a man-up rocket from Evan Falkowski to make it an 8-5 game. Knights goalie Chris Barr remained hot and kept the game close as Brady went to work again, scoring his fifth to close the gap at 8-6 with 3:49 left. Jake Diamond then scored for North Penn with just under two minutes left in the game to make it an 8-7 nail-biter, but the Titans defense, led by Kevin Witchey, Kevin Uzelac, Tim Ross, Bobby DiBrino and Jason Sklenkar was able to hold off the charging Knights. Brady led all scorers with five goals and an assist, while McGrath had three goals and an assist to lead the Titans. Barr finished up with 17 saves for the Knights. With the win, CB South improved to 4-0 (2-0 SOL Continental), while the Knights dropped to 1-3 (0-3 SOL Continental).

CB South 1-3-2-2 = 8

North Penn 1-2-2-2 = 7

CB South

Brendan McGrath 3g, 1a

Anthony Paone 2g

Jimmy Gallagher 1g

Jake Henze 1g

Evan Falkowski 1g

Joel Zimmerman 2a

Dillon Kelly 5 Saves, 3 GA

Robby Richick 5 Saves, 4 GA

North Penn

Matt Brady 5g, 1a

Scott Keffer 1g

Jake Diamond 1g

Collin McConagny 1a

Chris Barr 17 Saves

 

We would like to thank everyone who came out to support CB South Lacrosse and the Katie Samson Lacrosse Festival this past Friday at the Comedy Cabaret at POCOs. Proceeds from our efforts will help cover some of the teams’ tournament registration fee. Unfortunately we did not meet our minimum goal of selling 100 tickets which would have covered the full tournament entrance fee. The total amount raised was $350. We are open to donations, holding a second comedy night; preferably when there are no scheduled games or other ideas as opposed to raising the team dues for next year.

The tournament is being held Saturday - April 26th – 9:00 Am - CB South Game vs Garnett Valley on Prevost Field

All players, parents and siblings are invited to attend. There will be a host of activities on the premise throughout the day for the whole family. The tournament organizers require each team to provide parent volunteers for the following:

1) CB South Parent Volunteers – 2 or 4 for setup and manning ticket booth between 7:15 – 8:45. Preferably 4 volunteers:

a. 2 for 7:15 to 8am

b. 2 for 8 am to 8:45

2) Game Announcer – John Sklencar

3) Assistant Field Marshal for our Game – Jack Sullivan

4) Optional Singer – National Anthem

The team would greatly appreciate it if you can let us know if you are interested in helping out for any of the above.

 

CB South wins 13-2 over CR North


(dateline: Mar 27 2014)

NEWTOWN, PA -- The Titans of Central Bucks South ran away with their third straight victory, a 13-2 win over the Council Rock North Indians.

CB South got two early goals from Evan Falkowski, and never looked back. Four first half goals from Brendan McGrath, and one from team captain Anthony Paone; along with solid defense, and strong goaltending from Dillon Kelly, gave the Titans a 7-0 halftime lead.

When Paone added an early second half goal, it looked like the rout was on. However, Council Rock North's Matt Moller had other ideas. He lasered a shot past CB South goalie Robbie Richick, to put the Indians on the board.

A CB South penalty gave the Indians another chance; but the Titan defense came up big. Kevin Uzelac would not allow the CR North attack to penetrate the box for quality shots, and Kevin Witchey had some key clears.

"I'm very proud of our man-down defense," stated CB South Head Coach, Mike Sharman. "They did not allow a single goal," he added.

When the Indians did get a quality shot, the CB South triumvirate of goalies (Dillon Kelly, Robbie Richick, and Mike DeVito) were up to the task.

Brendan McGrath led all scorers with five goals, while Evan Falkowski and Anthony Paone contributed 3 goals and 1 assist each.

CR North goalie, Brett McDonald made 18 saves, in a valiant effort, but the Titan attack was just too much.

Box Score and all stats are below

CB South 3 - 4 - 3 - 3 = 13
CR North. 0 - 0 - 1 - 1 = 2

Scoring:
CB South:
Brendan McGrath 5g; Evan Falkowski 3g, 1a; Anthony Paone 3g, 1a; Jake Henze 1g; Jimmy Gallagher 1g; Chris Tanner 5a; Tim Ross 1a

CR North:
Matt Moller 1g; Zach Connors 1g

Saves:
CB South:
Dillon Kelly 4 saves 0 goals against
Robbie Richick 4 saves 2 goals against
Mike Devito 2 saves 0 goals against
CR North:
Brett McDonald 18 saves, 13 goals against.

 
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Additional Stat/Scorekeeping volunteers are needed for helping keep the stats for the games-Varsity and JV. There may be a need to keep the stat book or call out the action at the game (Goal, Assist, Ground ball, etc). These stats are very important for coaching, press releases and also for a player's Lacrosse resume. There is a special need for Varsity parents to volunteer. If you would like to help, please email Tom Maclin at maclinte2@verizon.net.

 

CB South Boy's Lacrosse will be videoing most of our varsity games this year. The films will be broken down by a video company and will be a very useful tool for coaching and also for the players to use for recruiting. Steve Uzelac volunteered to lead the video process, volunteers are needed to help. The process is easy and does not involve technical video skills. Your help would be appreciated. Please email Tom Maclin at maclinte2@verizon.net if you would be able to help with filming.

 

Wawa Hoagie Fundraiser


(dateline: Jan 18 2014)

Want to enjoy some great Wawa hoagies and help out CB South Men's Lacrosse at the same time? For just $4 each, you can get a coupon for a Wawa shorti hoagie. And, for every coupon we sell, the team gets $1. Keep them in your glove compartment or lacrosse bag for a quick meal after a game or practice. For those of you trying to get a jump on your holiday shopping, they also make great stocking stuffers. To purchase coupons, see Kathy or Joe Pendleton at an upcoming game or practice, or e-mail Kathy at ktpendle@comcast.net and let her know how many you need.

 
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