CB West girls’ basketball upended CR South, 37-24, on Saturday. Maggie Rakowsky (13 points) and Makenzie Mason (11) led the scoring charge for the Bucks. Mason drained three three-point baskets; Rakowsky had two. CB West finished nine for 12 from the charity stripe.
CB West boys’ basketball improved to 14-2 overall with a comfortable, 48-37 victory over nonconference William Tennent on Saturday. The Bucks took an 18-9 lead into the second quarter. Connor Lynch scored a team-high 14 points for CB West. Cal Reichwein added 10. The Bucks struggled from the line, going nine for 17.
CB West girls’ basketball clipped Quakertown, 52-45, on Friday. The Bucks were up 36-34 heading into the fourth. The Bucks’ Tori Abelson led all scorers with 19 points. Maggie Rakowsky had 13 points and five rebounds, while Makenzie Mason added 12 and eight. Jill Martin had 13 points and Meghan Klee 12 for the Panthers.
CB West boys’ basketball drained 16 (!) three-pointers to pull away from Quakertown, 79-59, on Friday. Connor Lynch was unconscious, hitting eight triples for his game-high 27 points. At halftime, he already had seven three-pointers and 24 points. Cal Reichwein contributed four threes and 20 points to go along with six assists. Bill Power had 15 points and Luke Irons nine. The Panthers were led by Griffin Schmidt (23 points) and Nick Drosnock (14). The Bucks are 13-2 overall and 8-0 in the SOL Continental.
CB South girls’ basketball downed CB West, 51-32, on Tuesday evening in Warrington. The Titans led, 25-16, at the half. Mackenzie Ehresman scored 10 to lead a balanced Titans attack. Jordan Vitelli and Meghan Kuypers each added eight. CB South shot 14 for 17 from the free throw line. Makenzie Mason had 12 points and eight rebounds to pace the Bucks. Maggie Rakowsky had seven points, four boards and two steals. Maddie Maio contributed six points and three rebounds, while Tori Abelson tallied four points and five boards.
A 30-2 first quarter was all CB West boys’ basketball needed to destroy visiting Methacton, 62-28, on Saturday. Ten Bucks found their way into the scoring column, led by Luke Irons’ 11 points. Bill Power, Connor Lynch and Ben Riegel all amassed nine points. Power added three assists and three steals. Erich Hohenleitner had seven points and six rebounds, while Cal Reichwein contributed six points and four assists. CB West is 11-2 overall.
Cal Reichwein had 19 points, eight rebounds and three assists as CB West boys’ basketball breezed past rival CB East, 71-38, on Friday. The Bucks took a 23-7 advantage into the second quarter. Bill Power added 16 points and three steals in the win. Connor Lynch and Luke Irons each had nine points, while Erich Hohenleitner had six points and four boards. Justin O’Neil had 11 points to lead the Patriots. Tommy Strasburger chipped in nine.
CB West boys’ basketball ran its record in the SOL Continental to 5-0 with Tuesday evening’s rout of Hatboro-Horsham, 53-35. Amazingly, the Bucks shut out the Hatters, 15-0, in the first quarter. Cal Reichwein finished with 18 points, three assists and three steals for CB West. Erich Hohenleitner scored 10 and added six rebounds and three assists. Luke Irons had nine points and six boards, while Jake Reichwein grabbed four rebounds.
CB West boys’ basketball fell 11 points short of winning the Franklin Roads Academy Holiday Tournament in Nashville, Tenn., on Wednesday. The Bucks lost in the final to Lebanon (Tenn.), 48-37. After a low-scoring first quarter (3-3), Lebanon began to pull away in the second (12-6) and put the nail in the coffin in the fourth (23-18). Luke Irons (10 points), Bill Power (nine) and Connor Lynch (eight) led the way offensively for CB West, which dropped to 8-2 overall.
Bill Power scored 13 as CB West boys’ basketball eked by Lipscomb Academy, 47-46, in the semifinals of the Franklin Roads Academy Holiday Tournament in Nashville, Tenn., on Tuesday. Erich Hohenleitner had nine points for the victorious Bucks, who, as a team, drained eight three-pointers. Power had three treys, while Connor Lynch (six points) knocked down a pair.