April 21 – Week in Review

Over the last week, the Knights suffered their first loss (a 10-inning battle with Souderton) leaving their record at 8-1; 3-1 in conference. The JV squad was 2-2 for the week.

The highlight of the week, however, was our annual Autism Awareness Game where North Penn’s Ben Hartranft sang the National Anthem and threw out the first pitch. Ben was also featured on Fox29 – http://www.fox29.com/news/249843259-story. It’s great to be a Knight!

Pictures courtesy of Jim Valenti.

 

 


North Penn 6, Parkland 1

In a non-conference game, the Knights (7-0; 2-0 in conference) defeated Parkland by a score of 6-1. Five North Penn pitchers combined for the victory, with Zach Miles (2-3, BB) contributing at the plate.

On the JV field, Parkland tossed a 1-hitter and defeated the JV Knights 3-0.

 


North Penn 6, CB East 1

The Knights defeated conference rival CB East by a score of 6-1 behind strong pitching effort by Matt Stevenson and Colin McTaggart. The offense included home runs by Tyler Siddal and Dan Drop, while Zach Miles went 2-for-3 with a double.

The JV Knights doubled up on CB East, 6-3 behind Ethan Weber and Sean LeConey. Kyle Schultz and Kolby Barrow launched balls deep into the softball fields igniting the offense.

 


North Penn 4, Springford 3

The Knights outlasted the Rams 4-3 on Tuesday night behind a strong effort by pitcher John Udzinski (6.1 IP, 6K, 1BB) who earned the win.  Howie Spofford closed the door with two strikeouts getting his first save.  At the plate, the led by Billy Collins (2-3, 2 RBIs), Ryan Bealer (2-3, RBI) and Dan Drop (1-2, RBI).

The Knights are now 5-0 (1-0 in conference).

The JV Knights lost the Rams 6-5 giving up two runs in the bottom of the 7th.


North Penn 5, William Tennent 1

In the conference schedule opener, the Knights traveled to Warminster and defeated the William Tennent Panthers 5-1.  Danny Kirwin tossed a complete game win with eight strikeouts.  The offense was led Zach Miles (2-4, 2B, RBI, 2R), Tyler Siddal (2-4, 2B, R) and Nate O’Donnel (2-4, R).

The Knights are now 4-0 (1-0 in conference).

On the JV field, the Knights beat the Panthers 13-2 behind a great effort from Garrett Zimmerman on the mound and key hits by Andrew McLaughlin and Jake Drelick.