Now you can purchase all of your Panthers gear right in the lobby of William Tennent High School.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Monday, March 18, 2013
Purchase some William Tennent High School gear at a deep discount in Warminster.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Bob Rosenberger, an alumnus of William Tennent High School and a member of the WTHS Athletic Hall of Fame, starred as quarterback and defensive back for WTHS from 1988-91.
The Centennial School Board of Directors approved Bob Rosenberger as the new Head Football Coach at William Tennent High School Tuesday evening. Rosenberger returns to his alma mater after spending the last eight years as the Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator at Pennridge High School. Upon accepting the position at Tuesday night's school board meeting, Rosenberger said this is the job he has been working toward his whole career. "I cannot put into words how excited I am to finally be home," he said. Rosenberger has 11 years of experience as an Assistant Head Coach and 17 years coaching football in different positions. Prior to his tenure at Pennridge High School, Rosenberger was the offensive line coach for WTHS in 1996 and …
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Interviews for the position will be conducted early next week.
Centennial School District is actively searching for a new head football coach for the William Tennent Panthers. The district will be conducting interviews for the position early next week. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jennifer Cressman said the district has received a number of applicants and has begun to review resumes and credentials of the candidates. She said a committee of administrators, staff members, parents, and students has been assembled to conduct the interview process. "As a school district, we are aware of the enthusiasm and excitement that surrounds this position," Cressman said in a statement to the press. "We take this search for the new leader of the Panthers seriously and will be conducting a thorough interview and…
Saturday, September 3, 2011
The Trojans charged on to a 10-7 victory over host William Tennent at the first football game of the season Friday night.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
The Panthers fell to the Indians on Wednesday night, 54-18.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
The Panthers took advantage of Council Rock's foul trouble in overtime.
With William Tennent already in the double bonus, the Council Rock Golden Hawks had enough trouble keeping the Panthers from getting to the foul line in the second overtime. Thanks to their inability to keep their tempers in check, the Hawks gave Tennent six extra free throws via technical fouls, and the Panthers were just clutch enough from the charity stripe to earn a 65-64 win at home. With Tennent leading by one and 2:30 remaining in the second overtime, Hawks forward P.J Gallo was called for a technical foul for pushing a Tennent player after the whistle. CR South coach John Easterly was visibly upset and he ran on the floor to argue with the officials. Just as Tennent guard Cole Weber was about to shoot the technical free throws, the…
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Both teams delivered, but the Panthers’ tenacious performance was not enough to help them rise above the Titan’s deep pool of talent.
Central Bucks South picked up a sweep of nearby rival William Tennent in the Titans’ pool on Friday night, winning the boy’s dual by a 104-82 score and the girl's competition 106-78. The Lady Titans also defeated the Panthers in the dive tank with a 10-5 triumph, while the Tennent boys landed a 9-7 win on the 1-meter board. In the women's meet, the Titans captured six swimming events to coast past the Panthers. Double winners included Lauren Ahrens in the 200 IM and the 200 Medley Relay, Kelsey Schmidt in the 50 free and the 200 Medley Relay, and Sam Evangelista in the 100 Butterfly and the 400 Free Relay. Tennent senior and standout Melanie Busch picked up the win in the first individual event - the 200 Free -with a time of 1:58.80, not …
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
The ball didn't spend much time going through the basket for Bensalem on Tuesday night.
William Tennent's girls basketball team capitalized on their opponents' shooting woes and defeated Bensalem 59-33 Tuesday evening. Three minutes in, Tennent (4-2, 1-2 SOL) already had an 8-0 lead and had capitalized on seven turnovers. Bensalem (3-2, 1-2 SOL) was on a three game win streak coming into the contest, including winning the Over-the-River holiday tournament title in New Hope. The Panthers remained in control of the game after halftime and continued to improve upon the established 26-19 lead. Tennent used their full-court press to force turnovers and kickstart an 11-0 run. The Panthers went on a 13-4 run to end the quarter and push their lead to 50-27. Nine Tennent players scored. Allison Chatburn led the way with a game-high…
The Owls defense held the Panthers to just 10 points in the fourth quarter.
The William Tennent Panthers played strong defense through three quarters Tuesday night, limiting the Bensalem Owls to just 25 points. Unfortunately for the Panthers, a basketball game lasts four quarters, and the Owls took full advantage of the final period. Bensalem was finally able to solve Tennent's tough zone defense, crashing the offensive boards, working the inside game and hitting open three-pointers en route to a 23 point final stanza. Tennent managed just 10 points in the final period, falling to Bensalem 48-38 in a league game. The Panthers also struggled from the free throw line, finishing just 7 of 15 for the contest. The loss dropped Tennent to 3-5 overall and 0-3 in the Suburban One National League. Bensalem moved to 7-2 …