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North Penn vs. Pennridge

By Bryan Clayton 03/21/2024, 7:30pm EDT

North Penn Varsity Knights Triumph Over Pennridge Varsity Rams

North Penn Varsity Knights were victorious against Pennridge Varsity Rams 5-0 on Thursday at North Penn High School.

North Penn Varsity Knights were the first to get on the board in the first when Benjamin Farley doubled, scoring one run.

North Penn Varsity Knights scored two runs in the bottom of the third on a home run to left field by Chase Jones.

Trevor Lugara earned the win for North Penn Varsity Knights. The lefty gave up one hit and zero runs over seven innings, striking out eight and walking none. Ryder Olson led things off on the hill for Pennridge Varsity Rams. The righty allowed six hits and three runs over three innings, striking out four and walking none.

North Penn Varsity Knights collected 10 hits in the game. Kevin Brace led North Penn Varsity Knights with three hits in three at bats from the leadoff position. Mason Coyne collected two hits for North Penn Varsity Knights in three at bats.

Olson led Pennridge Varsity Rams with one hit in three at bats. Pennridge Varsity Rams were sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Tommy Ginnetti had the most chances in the field with six.

North Penn Varsity Knights play at home on Friday against Hazleton Area Varsity Cougars in their next game.

North Penn opens season with a win in Florida

By Bryan Clayton 03/19/2024, 11:30pm EDT

Knights pitching and offense powers a 1-0 start in Florida

In an intense matchup that showcased the prowess and resilience of both teams, the North Penn Varsity Knights faced off against the Franklin Regional Varsity Panthers, delivering a game that had fans on the edge of their seats from start to finish.

The Knights opened strong in the top of the first inning with a triple by H. Wetzel, immediately setting a high pace for the game. B. Farley followed up with a single, driving Wetzel home and marking the first run of the game. As the innings progressed, the Knights capitalized on strategic hits and a few crucial errors by the Panthers, slowly building their lead.

The Panthers, however, were not to be easily subdued. In the bottom of the fourth, they closed the gap with N. Ramchandran reaching base due to an error, which allowed B. Yarabinetz and B. Bertucci to score, tightening the Knights' lead. The Panthers' determination shone through, showcasing their ability to capitalize on opportunities and maintain pressure on the Knights.

As the game moved into the later innings, the Knights displayed exceptional skill, particularly in the sixth, where they widened the gap significantly. J. Martinell's single in the top of the sixth drove C. Barnes and B. Farley home, further extending the Knights' lead. B. Dolder's single and subsequent plays added more runs, showcasing the Knights' depth in batting.

The Panthers fought valiantly, with players like C. Brinker and C. Lemke making crucial plays. However, the Knights' defense, highlighted by key strikeouts and groundouts, kept the Panthers at bay, preserving their lead.

In the bottom of the seventh, the Panthers attempted a rally. N. Ramchandran flew out to right fielder H. Wetzel, demonstrating the Knights' defensive agility. Despite efforts by C. Lemke and C. Brinker, the Knights' defense held strong, closing the inning without surrendering any runs.

The game concluded with the North Penn Varsity Knights securing a victory over the Franklin Regional Varsity Panthers. This match was a testament to the skill, strategy, and spirit of both teams, providing spectators with a memorable experience. The Knights' combination of strategic batting, solid pitching, and tight defense was pivotal in their win, while the Panthers' resilience and ability to capitalize on moments of opportunity highlighted their competitive spirit.

This game will surely be remembered for its intensity, the high level of play by both teams, and the sportsmanship displayed on and off the field.

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North Penn Knights are Southbound!

By Bryan Clayton 03/27/2019, 8:15am EDT

The North Penn Knights are heading south for four days of sun soaked baseball!

On Wednesday morning, the North Penn Knights left for their annual "spring training" session in Myrtle Beach.  This year's trip adds a new opportunity as the Junior Varsity and Varsity teams both travel together.  In previous years, the Varsity baseball team took to the road to find their pre-season swings.

The trip features a full schedule of baseball games where both teams will be playing four games in just three days.  Hitting the road means the Knights will face a list of new opponents including: Absegami, Kenston, South Park, St. John's, Greenville, McDowell, and Queensbury.  

While this year's spring weather and less than ideal field conditions have prevented the Knights from getting many live games in, the sunny forecast in Myrtle Beach looks promising.  Highs are in the upper 60's with little to no chance of rain.  

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Let's go Knights! 

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