Patriots break open game in fourth

Central Bucks East boys’ lacrosse beat Central Bucks West, 8-3, in Doylestown on Thursday night. The contest was tied at 2-2 after three quarters. The Patriots went on a run in the fourth, spreading the ball around to five different goal scorers. Matt Milici and Matt Schmidt led the scoring with two goals apiece. Matt Brown also had two goals. Additional scoring for CB East was provided by Matt Heim and Logan Nelsen, each with a goal. Sean McGovern had nine saves, and the CB East defense, led by Tyler Butler, Will Dempster, Michael Eveland and Dustin Buchanan, held the Bucks to three goals. Jimmy Seykort had two goals and an assist for CB West. Grant Udinski added five groundballs, and goalie Mike Harvan stopped 12 shots.

Bucks sent back by Spring-Ford

Central Bucks West girls’ basketball lost to host Spring-Ford, 53-52, in the quarterfinals of the District One Class AAAA tournament on Friday night. The Rams outscored the Bucks, 17-14, in the fourth quarter. Nicole Munger was eight for eight from the free throw line for her CB West-leading 16 points. Joining her in double figures for the Bucks were: Corrinne Godshall with 14 and Mackenzie Carroll with 11.

Bucks qualify for states

Central Bucks West girls’ basketball overwhelmed Methacton in the second round of districts on Wednesday night in Doylestown. With the 59-47 win, the Bucks punched their tickets to states. CB West led 30-20 at the half and 50-27 after three quarters. Nicole Munger was stellar for CB West, finishing with 20 points, three steals and two assists. She drained four buckets from beyond the arc. Corrinne Godshall added 14 points and nine rebounds to the winning cause.

Mason helps carry Bucks

Makenzie Mason netted 14 points and added 12 rebounds as No. 5 Central Bucks West girls’ basketball hammered No. 28 Norristown, 76-48, in the opening round of districts on Saturday evening. After leading by only four points (21-17) after one quarter, CB West pulled away in the second and third quarters by a combined 43-16 margin. Nicole Munger had a fine all-around game for the Bucks, finishing with 17 points, seven rebounds and six steals. Mackenzie Carroll added 15 points, while Corrinne Godshall chipped in six points and 10 boards.

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