CB West girls’ volleyball was bounced from districts with Tuesday’s 3-1 (25-15, 21-25, 25-20, 25-17) setback to visiting Methacton. “They had the eagerness to win,” Bucks senior setter Kayla King said, “and that just wasn’t on our side of the court tonight.” CB West finished its campaign with an overall mark of 16-7. They went 12-6 in the Suburban One League (SOL) National Conference, good for third place. It was also an historic season for Kailey Prall and King. Prall recorded her 1,000th career dig in CB West’s sweep at Lower Merion on Oct. 8. King notched her 2,000th career assist in the Bucks’ 3-0 win at Pennridge on Oct. 14. Both milestones are firsts for CB West. On Tuesday, Prall had 20 digs, second only to Mackenzie Brooks’ 22. King had 25 assists and 18 digs, while Katie Hudson had 14 kills and 17 digs. Grace Manganelli also reached double-digit digs with 12. The Bucks amassed nine aces; Hudson and King each served three. Brooks also tallied eight kills. “You never want to see your seniors leave this way,” head coach Todd Miller said. “You just don’t. It’s tough.”
CB South football halted a mini-two-game losing skid with a 14-7 victory over rival CB West on Friday. The Titans’ Nate Norris scored the only touchdown for either side in the first half with a one-yard run at the 6:09 mark of the second quarter. The Bucks knotted it at 7 early in the fourth when Jake Reichwein ran it in from five yards. Jack Johns tossed the game-winning score to Casey Sloms from 32 yards with 8:05 remaining in the contest. CB South’s Tyler Watson toted the pigskin 22 times for 107 yards on the ground. Ryan Moylan led CB West with 59 yards on eight carries. Norris, far and away, was the Titans’ leading tackler with 14 total stops.
CB West golf nipped CB South, 194-196, on Wednesday at Limekiln. Scores for CB West: Luca Jezzeny, 34; Tommy Walsh, 39; Brock Nestory, 40; Nick Hano, 40; Chaz Nestory, 41; Joey Rockovich, 44; Owen Tillger, 46; and Jack Farrington, 47. Scores for CB South: Kevin Anthony, 36; Colin Johnston, 40; Jack Cenci, 40; Andrew Seader, 40; Josh Wilhelm, 40; Evan Casey, 41; Jack Lawlor, 42; and David Shaffer, 42.