CB West boys’ basketball won its final conference game of the season at William Tennent on Tuesday. The Bucks beat the Panthers, 52-46. Jake Reichwein had a huge game with a season-high 25 points, plus 10 rebounds, for CB West. Shane McCusker chipped in 11 points and five boards, while Liam Cooney added 10 points and Jack Traina had five points and eight assists. The Bucks hit eight 3-pointers on the night. CB West was without its leading scorer, Collin MacAdams, who was sick. CB West finishes the regular season at 15-7 overall and 9-3 in the SOL Continental.
CB West boys’ basketball won its nonleague match-up at home over CR North, 52-46, in overtime on Friday’s Senior Night. The Bucks were led by Collin MacAdams with 16 points, 14 rebounds, four blocks and three assists; Jake Reichwein with 15 points and six rebounds; and Shane McCusker with seven points and six boards. CB West is 14-7 overall and 8-3 in the SOL Continental on the season. The Bucks will play their final regular season game on Tuesday at home against William Tennent.
CB West boys’ basketball took down Souderton, 60-47, on Tuesday. The Bucks’ Collin MacAdams filled up the stat sheet with 18 points, five assists and four rebounds. Shane McCusker contributed 16 points, including two 3s, while Liam Cooney had 12 points and three 3-pointers and Jake Reichwein had 10 points and seven boards. CB West is 13-7 overall and 8-3 in the SOL Continental. The Bucks will resume play on Friday with a nonleague match-up at home against Council Rock North to celebrate their Senior Night.
CB West boys’ basketball took a nonleague match-up from Methacton, 53-40, on Saturday. Methacton led 23-16 at the half, but CB West found its rhythm at both ends of the floor in the second half to earn the victory. The Bucks were led by Shane McCusker with 15 points, including three 3-point field goals; Liam Cooney and Jake Reichwein, each of whom added 12 points; and Collin MacAdams, who accumulated nine points. Senior Jack Traina had a strong second half, making several hustle plays and knocking down five free throws down the stretch to secure the win. CB West went 3-0 on the week, also beating CB East on Tuesday and Pennridge on Friday. The Bucks (12-7, 7-3 SOL Continental) will resume play on Tuesday with a league match-up at home versus Souderton.
Pennridge girls’ basketball stayed with CB West for a quarter, but the Bucks opened it up in the second en route to a 48-29 victory on Friday. CB West outscored Pennridge 31-14 in the second and fourth quarters combined. Rose McCormick’s seven points led the Rams; Emilee Cramer chipped in six.
CB West boys’ basketball downed Pennridge, 53-48, on Friday. The Bucks led 21-11 after one quarter. Collin MacAdams deposited 21 points for the Bucks. Liam Cooney added 16 and Jake Reichwein notched a dozen for the visitors. Ryan Cuthbert’s 17 points were best for the host Rams. Sean Yoder went for 13 points and Kyle Yoder had 12. Pennridge is 9-9 overall and 4-6 in the SOL Continental.
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.