Central Bucks West boys’ basketball crushed Pottstown, 71-42, on Friday. The Bucks led after one quarter, 21-6. Owen Cooney filled it up for the Bucks, finishing with 17 points, including three triples. Three Bucks netted nine points: Cal Reichwein, Nico Munari and Connor Lynch. CB West was 26 for 34 from the line.
Central Bucks West girls’ basketball, trailing, 41-35, at the half, turned on the jets in the second half and blew visiting West Chester Rustin out of its gym, 77-61, on Friday night. The Bucks outscored Rustin, 18-7, in the third quarter and 24-13 in the fourth. Corrinne Godshall had 26 points, including two threes, to lead CB West. Nicole Munger had 19 – and went 10 for 11 from the line – and Makenzie Mason added 15. The Bucks were 26 for 32 from the free throw line.
Hatboro-Horsham cross country hosted a tri-meet with Central Bucks West and Quakertown on Wednesday. Top 10 for the boys follows: Casey Comber, Hatboro-Horsham, 15:44.00; Rock Fortna, CB West, 16:18.00; Brian Mass, CB West, 16:29.00; Brandon Timm, Hatboro-Horsham, 16:29.01; Ian Davies, CB West, 16:37.00; Declan McDonald, CB West, 16:40.00; Brian Iatarola, CBW, 16:47.00; Connor Irwin, Hatboro-Horsham, 16:53.00; Trevor Belding, CB West, 16:58.00; Mark McClenahan, CB West, 17:04.00. And for the girls: Alyssa Quinn, Hatboro-Horsham, 19:50.00; Maddie Villalba, CB West, 19:53.00; Olivia Berry, CB West, 19:57.00; Emily Aunins, CB West, 19:58.00; Lindsey Gerlach, CB West, 19:59.00; Laura Roth, CB West, 20:02.00; Karina Bolton, Quakertown, 20:06.00; Jillian Keyte, CB West, 20:31.00; Ashley Lafferty, CB West, 20:46.00; Shelby Bingaman, CB West, 20:59.00.
Central Bucks West girls’ volleyball beat Quakertown, 3-1 (25-19, 25-20, 18-25, 25-17), on Tuesday. Amanda Pursel (15 kills, 12 digs) and Haley Sheehan (10 kills, two aces) led the offensive assault for the Panthers. Kerry Vanyo (19 assists, two aces, five digs), Jen Sterner (10 assists, five kills, seven digs) and Lindsay Beck (22 digs, two aces) keyed the passing game and defense.
Helped by a 31-4 shot differential, Central Bucks West field hockey shut out Quakertown, 4-0, on Tuesday. The Bucks also had 15 corners to the Panthers’ three. Dani Dundas, Taylor Mason, Bryn Boylan and Kim Hitchcock all scored for CB West. Boylan and Hitchcock each also added an assist. Rylee Lawler amassed 16 saves for Quakertown.
Central Bucks West girls’ tennis shut out Quakertown, 7-0, on Thursday. 1st singles: Anna Sukharen (CBW) def. Madi Shourds (Q), 6-2, 6-0. 2nd singles: Reganne Gonser (CBW) def. Aubri Stetina (Q), 6-1, 6-1. 3rd singles: Lydia Hu (CBW) def. Laryssa Badulak (Q), 6-0, 6-0. 1st doubles: Becca Neisel and Kelly Myers (CBW) def. Ashley Harpster and Rebecca Miller (Q), 4-6, 6-3, 7-6. 2nd doubles: Addie King and Awdren Sclaide (CBW) def. Kayla Reigh and Amanda Hunsberger (Q), 6-2, 6-1. 3rd doubles: Bailey Welsai and Emily Grover (CBW) def. Sam Shourds and Olivia Porambo (Q), 6-1, 6-1. 4th doubles: Maggie Wisniewski and Lydiana Santiago (CBW) def. Abby Campion and Sadie Fowler (Q), 7-5, 6-2.
Quakertown girls’ volleyball got its SOL Continental slate started on Thursday evening with a 3-0 (25-17, 25-21, 25-16) setback at Central Bucks West. The Panthers are 1-1 overall.
Central Bucks West and Quakertown girls’ soccer battled 100 minutes to a 0-0 tie on Thursday afternoon. Panthers ’keeper Erinne Finlayson and CB West’s Grace Bendon both made several outstanding saves. Quakertown was led by Carley Peacher and Because Fox; CB West was led by Shea McCarty and Carmen Telesco.
Central Bucks South football routed Central Bucks West, 41-14, on Friday night at Doylestown’s War Memorial Field. Kevin Witchey tossed four first-half touchdowns for the Titans, three of which went to senior classmate Troy Robertson (four catches for 107 yards). Witchey ended his evening 7-for-10 for 180 yards. CB South standout tailback Josh Adams lugged the pigskin 14 times for 231 yards and two scores. The Bucks scored both of their touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
Central Bucks West golf defeated Quakertown, 196-234, on Monday at Fox Hollow Golf Club. Jake Kelley shot a 37 to lead the Bucks. Steve Natto and Brandon Gervais each chipped in a 39 to help the cause. For the Panthers, Joe Rochelle was the low man with a 42. Tanner Seislove and Calvin Suk each carded a 44 for Quakertown.