Cheltenham downed CB West boys’ basketball, 61-57, in Saturday’s SOL Challenge match-up. The Panthers were led by Jack Clark’s 27 points, including six 3-point baskets. The Bucks were led by Collin MacAdams, who amassed 18 points and five rebounds, and Shane McCusker, who collected 17 points, including three treys. Cheltenham took a 10-point lead into the fourth quarter; the Bucks battled back to cut it to 59-57 with seven seconds left. Clark took a deflected inbounds pass the length of the court to seal the victory. CB West will resume play on Tuesday with a league contest at North Penn for first place in the SOL Continental Conference.
CB West boys’ basketball knocked off William Tennent, 54-45, on Friday in Doylestown. The game was decided in the fourth quarter, which the Bucks took 19-9. CB West was paced by Collin MacAdams, who accumulated 14 points, six rebounds and four assists; Liam Cooney, 11 points, including three 3s; and Jake Reichwein, 10 points, four rebounds. Sophomore Jack Mulhearn hit some big shots down the stretch for the Bucks, finishing with nine points, including three triples. CB West is 9-4 overall and 5-1 in the SOL Continental.
CB West boys’ basketball upended nonleague Boys’ Latin, 65-55, on Wednesday. The Bucks, who took a 31-23 advantage into halftime, were led by Collin MacAdams, who had 18 points and nine rebounds; Jake Reichwein, 17 points, six boards; and Shane McCusker, 15 points, four rebounds. In addition, Jack Traina had 13 points and three boards. CB West will host William Tennent on Friday before welcoming nonleague Cheltenham to town on Saturday.
Jake Reichwein had a solid all-around game with 22 points, four rebounds and five assists as CB West boys’ basketball tripped up Academy Park, 60-53, on Saturday. Shane McCusker tallied 17 points and eight rebounds for the Bucks, while teammate Collin MacAdams chipped in 13 points and five boards. The Bucks will resume play on Wednesday with a nonleague match-up at home against Boys Latin.
CB West boys’ basketball defeated Souderton, 55-47, on Friday night. The Bucks, who sprinted out to an 18-9 first quarter, were led by Collin MacAdams, who collected 17 points, five rebounds, four assists and four steals; Jake Reichwein amassed 14 points and nine boards. Liam Cooney contributed 11 points, and Shane McCusker went for 10 points, including two 3-point baskets. CB West improved to 6-4 overall and 4-1 in the SOL Continental.
CB West girls’ basketball eclipsed Pennridge, 64-34, on Tuesday. The Bucks led 22-7 after one quarter and 39-15 at halftime. Samantha Muredda and Evelyn Loughery each recorded seven points for the green and white.
CB West boys’ basketball held on for a 49-46 victory over Pennridge on Tuesday. The Bucks took a 23-18 lead into halftime. The Bucks were led by Collin MacAdams, who collected 17 points and seven rebounds. Jake Reichwein had 12 points and seven boards. Shane McCusker scored nine, and Liam Cooney contributed five points and four rebounds. The Rams were paced by Sean Yoder, who registered 21 points. CB West (5-4 overall, 3-1 SOL Continental) will resume play on Friday with a league match-up at Souderton followed by a nonleague game against Academy Park on Saturday in Doylestown. Pennridge (4-6, 1-3) will take on William Tennent on Friday.
CB West boys’ basketball lost its third and final game in the George Long Holiday Tournament at Wakefield in Virginia on Thursday. The Bucks succumbed to Chantilly (Va.), 51-48. The Bucks were outscored 23-14 in the fourth quarter. For CB West, Collin MacAdams scored 18 points, Jake Reichwein had 13, Shane McCusker had nine and Jack Mulhearn had six. MacAdams was selected to the all-tournament team, averaging 19.3 points per game over three games. The Bucks will resume play on Tuesday for a conference match-up at home against Pennridge.
CB West boys’ basketball won its second-round game in the George Long Holiday Tournament, beating Washington-Lee (Va.), 69-66, on Wednesday. The Bucks closed out the victory by hitting 10 straight free throws in the closing minutes. Jack Traina scored eight straight during the stretch and ended with 13. CB West had four players finish in double figures. Joining Traina were: Collin MacAdams with 20 points, Jake Reichwein with 15 and Liam Cooney with 11. The Bucks will play their last game in the tournament against Chantilly (Va.) on Thursday at 2:45 p.m.
CB West boys’ basketball fell to host Wakefield (Va.), 72-55, in the first round of Tuesday’s George Long Holiday Tournament. Collin MacAdams and Jake Reichwein paced the Bucks with 22 points apiece. The Bucks were undone by a 25-8 third quarter by Wakefield. CB West will face Washington-Lee in a second-round consolation contest at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday.