Top 10 Winter Sports Moments


The Knight Crier

North Penn’s top ten winter sports moments in the 2021-2022 school year

10) Allison, Stanton, and Gratton qualified for states

After a strenuous diving season, Keira Allison, Brady Stanton, and Joshua Gratton qualified for states. They all had great seasons and this accomplishment was good enough for the top 10 spot.

Submitted photo by Keira Allison

9) Girls swimming takes home league championship title and head to states

Working long and hard during swim practice paid off as girls swimming won leagues and took home 3rd place at district championships which takes the #9 spot.

Submitted Photo Eva Walsh

8) Boys swimming secures district championships and heads to states

Securing the #8 spot, boys swimming is finishing strong after an arduous normal season and winning districts they are now heading to states.

Submitted photo Nathan Rawa

7) Bocce three-game home win

At the only home meet for the Unified Bocce team, Knights won all three matches of the day. Along with that game, the Columbia team will be heading to the Bocce state championship which takes the #7 spot.

Mrs. Susan Ahart

6) Pulugura on fire at the three-point line

Taking the #6 spot is the boy’s basketball senior night win. Being down 13 at halftime, the Knights fight their way back into the game and win 60-57. Milind Pulugura scored 5 threes that game and made his foul shots to secure the win for the Knights.

Molly Agriss

5) Plaugher 26 point career-high

Coming in at spot #5 Abby Plaugher scores a career-high of 26 points during the girl’s basketball game against Council Rock South to help win the game 62-48.

Tommy Meehan

4) Ayala, Nugent, Zanck, and Cobss take home 1st place in 4×4 at states

Gaining the #4 spot is Anthony Ayala, Devin Nugent, Gavin Zanck, and Marc Cobbs ran their hearts out and won 1st at states for the 4×4 and earned the 5th time in the country.

Submitted Photo Marc Cobbs

3) Forbes breaks school records

While competing in the girl’s track states Taylor Forbes placed 5th in 60-minute hurdles and 2nd place in the triple jump which broke the triple jump school record and became a new PR of 38-5.


Submitted Photo by Maddie Lewis


2) Marrow’s 100th win

Multi-sport and 4-year wrestling varsity athlete Will Marrow clutched his 100th win this season after three dedicated years.

Kim Supko

1) Francis’s broken records

Last but not least, taking the #1 spot overall is Lucas Francis, after breaking many records during his four years on the bowling team Francis broke the All-time state record for Highest Average.

Submitted Photo by Lucas Francis