Central Bucks West boys’ volleyball took care of Quakertown, 3-0 (25-16, 25-20, 26-24), on Wednesday. For the Panthers, Coulton Terry had 13 kills, Dylan Flor 12, Lucas Schan four and Mike Dierolf three. Xavier Villanueva handed out 28 assists, and Nick Wesley and Jeff Prusch had nine and seven digs, respectively.
Central Bucks West boys’ basketball nipped Central Bucks South, 46-42, on Friday night. The Bucks were up, 32-26, after three quarters. Jim McCusker’s 11 points led CB West. Cal Reichwein added 10 points and Nico Munari nine in the win. The Titans’ Sean Gallagher led all scorers with 17 points. CB South hit 11 of 12 free throws.
Central Bucks West girls’ basketball completed its SOL Continental slate at 14-0 with a dominant, 73-29 victory over rival Central Bucks South on Friday evening. The Bucks are 21-1 overall. The Titans are 17-5. CB West’s six seniors combined for 67 of the team’s 73 points. Nicole Munger had 18 points, and Mackenzie Carroll and Corrinne Godshall each added 15. The Bucks shot 10 for 16 from three and 20 for 35 from two. Jordan Vitelli managed 15 points for CB South. She went seven for eight from the free throw line. CB West led, 19-1, after one quarter.
Quakertown wrestling won at Central Bucks West, 48-22, on Wednesday. 106: Tim Mallo (Q) won by forfeit. 113: Kevin Gerbrick (CBW) def. Daulton Kline (Q), 7-2 decision. 120: Harrison Campbell (Q) def. Kevin Kelly (CBW), fall in 2:43. 126: Nicholas Hadley (Q) def. Eli Brinker (CBW), fall in 0:47. 132: Brendan Rosenberger (Q) def. Matthew Strecker (CBW), fall in 1:08. 138: Tanner Seislove (Q) def. Ryan Tiernan (CBW), 13-10 decision. 145: Riley Barth (CBW) def. Cullen Williamson (Q), fall in 4:46. 152: Jason Stout (CBW) def. Nick Basile (Q), fall in 3:07. 160: Noah Wood (Q) def. Jason Douple (CBW), 5-2 decision. 170: Ian Kennedy (CBW) def. J.J. McGuigan (Q), 16-5 major decision. 182: Justin O’Connor (CBW) def. Nick Bonomo (Q), 3-1 decision. 195: Gavin Caroff (Q) def. William Fisher (CBW), fall in 3:01. 220: Micah Jones (Q) won by forfeit. 285: Justin Correa (Q) won by forfeit.
Central Bucks West boys’ basketball eased past Central Bucks East, 62-40, on Tuesday. The Bucks blew open the game in the second half, outscoring the Patriots, 44-27. Nico Munari was the only Buck in double-digit points with 14. Ten Bucks, however, found the basket. CB West shot 17 for 19 from the line. Travis Ives led CB East with 12 points, while Matt Pattyson and Tommy Strasburger added 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Patriots.
Central Bucks West boys’ basketball lost to Hatboro-Horsham, 52-46 in overtime, on Friday to slip to 15-5 overall and 8-4 in the SOL Continental on the season. The Bucks were up, 19-15, at halftime. Owen Cooney was the only Buck in double-digit points with 13. As a team, CB West was nine for 10 from the line.
Central Bucks West girls’ hoops went 21 for 24 from the free throw line as the Bucks took down North Penn, 56-44, on Thursday. The game was knotted at 23-23 at the half. Nicole Munger led the way for the Bucks with 21 points and 10 boards. Mackenzie Carroll put in 10 points for the victors. CB West is 18-1 overall.
Central Bucks West girls’ hoops downed rapidly-improving Pennridge, 71-50, on Tuesday. The Bucks blew open a close game in the second half, where they outscored the Rams, 34-14. CB West senior Nicole Munger led all scorers with 22 points. She was assisted by teammates Mackenzie Carroll (17 points) and Corrinne Godshall (16). Devan Rimmer was the high girl for Pennridge with 15 points; she was aided by Shelby Schoonover (13 points) and Lydia Konstanzer (12).
Central Bucks West boys’ basketball handed Pennridge its first loss of the season in the SOL Continental Conference, 59-54, on Tuesday evening. The Bucks outscored the Rams 15-6 in the third quarter and 26-22 in the fourth. Nico Munari had 16 points to pace CB West. Cal Reichwein (11 points) and Owen Cooney (10) also finished in double figures for the Bucks. CB West was 23 for 29 from the free throw line. Pennridge was 14 for 15 from the stripe. Dan Long hit all nine of his attempts for his game-high 28 points. Zach Muredda was five for six from the line and deposited 17 points. The Rams are 14-2 overall and 8-1 in the Continental; the Bucks are 13-4 overall and 6-3 in conference action.
Central Bucks West girls’ hoops downed Council Rock South, 61-49, on Saturday. The Golden Hawks actually played the Bucks even, 27-27, in the second half. The 14-1 Bucks were paced by Mackenzie Carroll’s 16 points. Nicole Munger added 13 points and Makenzie Mason 10.