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Boys Junior Varsity Basketball, Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys JV Basketball falls to Devon Prep 29-45


Tuesday February 3rd, 2015

05:30 PM

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Devon Preparatory School
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Game Recap

A 3 point 4th quarter and some unforced turnovers led to another tough loss at Devon. The Tide was able to cash in on some early turnovers which prevented Dock from extending an early 1st half lead.

Box Scores

1 2 3 4
Away Team 11 6 9 3
Home Team 6 13 15 11

Game Summary


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Boys Varsity Bowling · Boys Bowling tops Morrisville 4-0


Wednesday February 4th, 2015

01:00 AM

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Morrisville Senior High School
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Dock Boys walked away with 4 wins over Morrisville today. No outstanding scores were bowled as the team often struggles on these lanes. We’re excited to add these wins to our great season so far.

Dock
Last Name First Name Gm 1 Gm 2 Gm 3 Series
Addley Jordan 171 126 132 429
Lynch Matt 127 173 117 417
Gehman Elias 140 157 126 423
Zehr Isaac 153 145 186 484
Hackman Daniel 187 168 148 503
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TOTALS 778 769 709 2256
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Morrisville
Last Name First Name Gm 1 Gm 2 Gm 3 Series
110 110 110 330
Aleman Brandon 96 108 105 309
Kareem 110 120 84 314
Kremer Nick 125 124 169 418
absent 110 110 110 330
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551 572 578 1701


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Girls Varsity Bowling · Girls Bowling beat Morrisville 4-0


Wednesday February 4th, 2015

01:00 AM

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Morrisville Senior High School
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Dock Girls took 4 wins pretty easily today from Morrisville High School. The team endured some of the usual struggles on the Morrisville lanes but came out on top.

Maddie Landes held the team together with her consistent strength. 519 series (181,153,185)

Dock
Last Name First Name Gm 1 Gm 2 Gm 3 Series
Frederick DJ 153 115 146 414
Anderson Katie 116 155 150 421
Wolfe Alyssa 75 89 69 233
Hunsinger Daphne 80 126 99 305
Landes Maddie 181 153 185 519
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TOTALS 605 638 649 1892
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Morrisville
Last Name First Name Gm 1 Gm 2 Gm 3 Series
Zawodniak Sarah 42 49 105 196
Kremer Sarah 125 71 80 276
Brown Brynne 163 139 122 424
Castillo Maddie 117 111 94 322
Brown Bria 128 178 146 452
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575 548 547 1670


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Girls Junior Varsity Basketball, Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls V Basketball eases past Calvary Christian 54-22


Tuesday February 3rd, 2015

04:00 PM

Calvary Christian Academy
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Christopher Dock gets back to the winning ways ,defeating Calvary Christian 54 to 22. Lanae Hunsberger and Olyvia Longacre paved the way to an easy victory,Longacre hitting two quick three’s and Hunsberger adding a three and a basket. Dock lead after one period 17 to 5. Sabrina Demetius and Megan Swintosky controlled the boards ,limiting Calvary Christian to just one shot. At the Half Dock 23 Calvary Christian 15. In the second half Lanae Hunsberger scored a quick 7 points and returned to the bench to watch the rest of the game. Dock than cleared the beach to get everyone some playing time. Emma Lewis had a strong game with 6 points,4 rebounds, and 3 blocked shots. Balanced scoring for CD. Lanae Hunsberger 13, Olyvia Longacre 9, emily Groarke 7, Emma Lewis 6, Megan Swintosky 5, Sabrina Demetriud 4, Oliva Seavy 4, and Courtney Herm 2

Box Scores

1 2 3 4
Away Team 5 10 3 4
Home Team 17 6 23 8

Game Summary


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Girls Varsity Competitive Cheer · Cheerleading Wins BAL Championships


It was a busy yet exciting weekend for the 15 members of Dock’s Competitive Cheerleading team. Friday night at the Coaches vs. Cancer basketball game the girls had a chance to showcase some of their individual skills to raise money for the event, as well as to perform their competition routine for their families and fellow students for the first time. After an awesome halftime performance, the Dock Cheerleaders felt confident about the next morning’s League Competition, their first of the season.

Christopher Dock was the first team to perform at the Bicentennial Athletic League Competitive Spirit Championships on Saturday morning, which can add a lot of pressure to an already nervous team. However, the girls did not let their nerves get to them, and spent some time on-deck in a team huddle motivating each other with uplifting words and prayers. When the DJ announced “The Cheerleaders from Christopher Dock”, they were ready to show everyone what they had been working so hard for.

Their routine opened with a cheer that encouraged fans to spell out “Pioneers” and shout the school colors. They executed their cheer portion with perfection. The second part of their routine was performed to a mix of music, which opened with a stunning toe touch basket flown by freshman Candace Landis. The girls then went into their partner stunts, a difficult display of strength, technique and flexibility. Senior Emalene Sylvester (C), junior Ella Barlick, and their bases beneath them hit each skill with confidence. Their ending arabesques were caught and the team then moved to their jump sequence– a challenging portion of the routine which consists of either four jumps in a row or three jumps followed by a back handpsring. Seniors Capril Mirarchi, Diana Berrios (C), Emalene Sylvester (C), and Bryanna Russo, junior Ella Barlick, and freshmen Samantha Firely and Brianna Cascarelli followed their jumps with individual tumbling passes, earning Dock several points over the competition. After all tumbling passes were landed, the full team continued into the pyramid. Center flyer Emalene Sylvester (C) was tossed, twisted, and caught by her teammates flawlessly. The CD Cheerleaders finished up their performance with a dance that was executed with energy and smiles.

Following their performance, the Christopher Dock Cheerleaders sat on the bleachers to cheer on the cheerleaders from Bristol High School, Morrisville High School, and New Hope-Solebury High School, the other teams competing for a League title. After all teams performed, the cheerleaders from each team united on the competition mat to dance and stunt for fun before results were announced.

At the end of the day, the CD Cheerleaders were ecstatic to find out that they had won the competition, bringing home another Bicentennial Athletic League title to the school. Christopher Dock Cheerleading won by 10 points over New Hope-Solebury, who also put on an excellent performance. This was very exciting for our 8 graduating seniors, as well as for our 5 first-time cheerleaders.

The Competitive Cheerleading team will compete next on February 14th at Lansdale Catholic High School.


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Boys Junior Varsity Basketball, Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys JV Basketball falls to Delco 46-57


Friday January 30th, 2015

04:30 PM

Delaware County Christian School
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Dock was down early and could not recover. Delco raced out to a 21-10 1st quarter lead and never relinquished it. Excellent 3rd quarter defense brought Dock to within 7 at one point but the Pioneers just couldn’t catch the Knights in the end.

Box Scores

1 2 3 4
Away Team 21 10 13 13
Home Team 10 8 17 11

Game Summary


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Girls Junior Varsity Basketball, Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Basketball falls to Delco 37-45


Monday February 2nd, 2015

04:15 PM

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Delaware County Christian School
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45

Game Recap

Delco Christian has a good forth quarter to defeat Christopher Dock
Delco Christian got out to a fast start, taking a five to nothing lead. Dock missed a couple easy shot in the beginning of the game. Dock than settled down, and after one the score was Delco 11 and Dock 8. In the second period Dock shooting got better and Dock played better defense. Emily Graorke netted 6 points in the period . Dock went into half time with a slim lead, Dock 20 Delco 18.In the second half Dock started out fast CD taking a five point lead. Than Siani McNeil started to take the game over for Delco scoring 7points. Dock still lead going into the forth period 29 to 27. Delco put a half court trap press on and Dock couldn’t break the trap. Siani McNeil scored 12 point in the forth making 3 basket and 6 foul shots. In the final period Delco won the game by making 16 of 19 from the foul line.For Dock Lanae Hunsberger lead Dock with 11points. Dock Megan Swintosky had point and 8 rebounds. Sabrina Demetrius also had a strong game under the boards with 10 rebounds. CD comes back tomorrow at 4 O’Clock at home against Calvary Christian. For Delco Siani McNeil lead all scorers with 27.

Box Scores

1 2 3 4
Away Team 8 12 9 7
Home Team 11 7 9 18

Game Summary


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Girls Junior Varsity Basketball, Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Defeat LM in Key League Matchup


Friday January 30th, 2015

06:00 PM

Lower Moreland High School
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Pioneers
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Game Recap

It was a Big night at Christopher Docks Longacres Center. .Senior Night Combined with the Coaches Vs. Cancer. Four of Dock Seniors were honored Mattasly Shisler, Oliva Seavy, Emma Lewis and Tab Miller. Docks girls didn’t let the packed house down. With three of the seniors scoring in the first period. CD took an 9 to 4 lead after one, and never gave up the lead. In the second period Dock had ballanced scoring with Five girls scoring lead by Megan Swintosky with 7 points and 9 rebounds. Sabrina Demetrius helped controlled the boards with four 6 rebounds. In the third period Olyvia Longacre got hot scoring 9 of her team high 15 points. For Lower Moreland , they had a hard time getting open looks at the basket. Dock played a box and one against Lower Moreland Lauren Killion, with Oliva Seavy and Mattasly Shisler covering her all night long. Dock held Lower Morelands leading scorer to just 8 points two in each period. Lower Moreland put a forth quarter charged on cutting the lead to within five points. With Bridgetta Alexander scoring 8 points. Docks Lanae Hunsberger hit a rare 4 point play. Making a three pointer and a foul shot. Mattasly Shisler made a basket and two foul shots to put the game away for CD. Christopher Dock finished with balanced scoring, Olyvia Longacre 15, Mattasyn Shisler 12, Megan Swintosky 9 and Tan Miller and Lanae Hunsberger each getting 7. Dock has five games next week, with two against Delco Christian . The final CD 54 Lower Moreland 40

Box Scores

1 2 3 4
Away Team 4 11 10 15
Home Team 9 15 14 16

Game Summary


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Boys Junior Varsity Basketball, Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys Get Big Win Against Delco on Senior Night


Friday January 30th, 2015

07:30 PM

Delaware County Christian School
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Pioneers
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Game Recap

The Christopher Dock Men’s Basketball team closed out their home schedule Friday night in a conference matchup with Delaware County Christian School. Seniors, Brennan Addley, Sean Hinson, Tarrell Willis, Bobby McFadden and David Edenfield were honored for senior night during the pre-game ceremonies. The game also featured the largest home crowd for Dock all season.

Feeding off the energy from the crowd, the Pioneers wasted no time scoring the ball right from the tip. Dock had no trouble running their offense and scoring the ball in the first quarter. Willis was relentless going to the hoop, scoring 12 of the Pioneers’ 18 first quarter points. Defensively, Dock challenged the Knights with a tough man-to-man defense that held them to just 11 points in the first. However, Del-Co was not about to go down easy. The Knights answered Dock’s strong offensive play with an offensive burst of their own. With Del-Co on the attack, Addley found himself in early foul trouble and had to sit the remainder of the second quarter. With the Pioneers’ rim protector out of the game, the Knights took advantage by driving to the bucket and finishing. While the Dock defense struggled to duplicate their first quarter performance in the second, the offense continued to flourish. The Pioneers ended the half with a 37-33 advantage.

The second half proved to be more of the same from the two high-powered offenses. Dock made a small run to start the half, but it was soon duplicated by the Knights. Del-Co managed to cut the lead down to 1 with 3:00 left in the third, but the Pioneers were able to stave off yet another opportunity for a lead change in the game. Dock was still clinging onto a 52-49 lead heading into the fourth quarter. In crunch time, the Pioneers looked to their seniors. Addley, who sat the majority of the third in foul trouble, provided a much-needed spark coming back on the court. With dominant defensive rebounding, excellent court vision, and a soft touch around the rim, he helped led the team to five straight buckets in five possessions. However, with 3:30 remaining in the game, Addley picked up his fifth foul causing him to exit the game. With the Knights still within striking distance, the Pioneers looked to their two remaining senior captains, Hinson and Willis to close out the game. Hinson showed great poise and leadership on the court, while also reigning in key rebounds in pivotal possessions late in the game. Willis continued to blow by his defenders, draw fouls, and convert crucial free throws. While the lead never quite topped double digits, the Pioneers eventually outlasted the Knights 75-66.

Despite multiple shifts in momentum throughout the game, Dock managed to gain and keep the lead from start to finish. It was also the highest scoring game for the Pioneers all season. Dock will be back on the road next Tuesday against Devon Preparatory School in conference play. Tip off is set for 7:00 PM.

See video of the boys team entrance here.

 

Box Scores

1 2 3 4
Away Team 11 22 16 17
Home Team 18 19 15 23

Game Summary


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Boys Varsity Bowling · Boys V Bowling falls to HGP 1-3


Thursday January 29th, 2015

03:00 PM

Holy Ghost Preparatory School
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Pioneers
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Dock Boys’ Bowling Team lost hard games to Holy Ghost Prep. Dock Boys prevailed in the second game. In the third game, they had the lead most of the way but dropped to the stronger finishers in the end.

Some great scores were posted by the following:
Jordan Addley – 245 (551 series)
Elias Gehman – 192 (513 series)
Isaac Zehr – 226 ( 568 series)
Daniel Hackman – 209, 226, 190 (625 series)

Bristol’s Matt Heineman 201, 234, 208 (643 series)

Dock
Last Name First Name Gm 1 Gm 2 Gm 3 Series
Addley Jordan 139 167 245 551
Hunsberger Michael 146 150 164 460
Gehman Elias 192 163 158 513
Zehr Isaac 174 226 168 568
Hackman Daniel 209 226 190 625
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TOTALS 860 932 925 2717
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Holy Ghost Prep
Last Name First Name Gm 1 Gm 2 Gm 3 Series
Wiesnewski John 201 182 170 553
Reifsnyder Dan 173 172 200 545
Schrenk John 172 156 233 561
Harkins Francis 195 145 171 511
Heineman Matt 201 234 208 643
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942 889 982 2813
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