CB West boys’ basketball lost a tough one to visiting Spring-Ford, 58-56 in double overtime, in the District One Class AAAA fifth-place game on Friday. The Rams used a 13-9 fourth quarter to pull even with the Bucks at 45 at the end of regulation. Erich Hohenleitner scored 15 to pace CB West. Luke Irons had 14 points, and Bill Power and Jake Reichwein each registered 10.
CB West boys’ basketball destroyed Conestoga, 59-31, on Tuesday in a District One Class AAAA playback game. The Bucks led 31-17 at the half. Bill Power scored a game-high 14 and added eight rebounds and five assists. Connor Lynch had 11 points and six rebounds, while Jake Reichwein had nine points, six boards and took two charges. Luke Irons managed five points, four rebounds and five assists. The victory sets up a meeting with Spring-Ford on Friday for the fifth spot out of District One.
Abington ended CB West girls’ basketball’s season on Saturday in District One Class AAAA playbacks. The Ghosts rallied from a 24-14 deficit after one quarter to post a 55-47 victory in Doylestown. In her final game playing for the black and gold, Makenzie Mason scored 11. Izzy Treon had nine points and Maggie Rakowsky chipped in eight.
No. 10 CB West girls’ basketball went down at seventh-seeded Conestoga, 51-43, in the second round of the District One Class AAAA tournament on Wednesday evening. The victory secured a spot in states for the Pioneers; meanwhile, the Bucks will need to win two games in playbacks to advance. CB West held a 28-23 advantage at halftime. Conestoga outscored CB West, 28-15, in the second half. For the Bucks, Tori Abelson scored a dozen; Makenzie Mason had 10 points and Maggie Rakowsky nine.
Senior Luke Irons scored a game-high 17 points and added four rebounds, three assists and three steals as No. 7 CB West boys’ basketball qualified for states with its 40-32 victory over No. 10 Phoenixville in the second round of the District One Class AAAA tournament on Tuesday in Doylestown. Bill Power, Erich Hohenleitner and Jake Reichwein each scored six. Power and Reichwein each also brought down seven rebounds. Connor Lynch had a timely three-pointer late in the fourth quarter and added three assists and two steals.
Tenth-seeded CB West girls’ basketball thumped No. 23 Kennett, 53-38, in the opening round of the District One Class AAAA playoffs on Saturday. The Bucks were in control all day, leading by eight at halftime and by 15 after three. Makenzie Mason scored a game-high 16 for the Bucks and added six rebounds and four steals. Maggie Rakowsky also had six rebounds and four steals while netting 11 points. Tori Abelson and Izzy Treon each had eight points. Abelson also contributed 11 rebounds.
CB West boys’ basketball, seeded seventh, smoked No. 26 Downingtown East, 54-35, in the first round of the District One Class AAAA tournament on Friday. The Bucks were in control from the tip, jumping out to a 12-4 lead after one and 30-13 at the half. Erich Hohenleitner scored a game-high 15 for the Bucks; he added six rebounds. Cal Reichwein had a dozen points and added four assists and three steals. Jake Reichwein had 11 points. Bill Power went for nine points, four rebounds and three assists.
CB West girls’ basketball nipped CB South, 38-36, on Thursday in an important SOL Continental contest. The Bucks’ victory put them in a tie with the Titans in second place in the conference at 11-3 behind North Penn. The Bucks led, 33-23, after three quarters. For CB West, Tori Abelson finished with 14 points. Makenzie Mason had eight, and Maggie Rakowsky amassed six points and 10 rebounds. Maddie Maio hauled down five rebounds. For CB South, Jordan Vitelli stepped up with 14 points, while Taylor Dunn added eight.
CB West boys’ basketball finished in second place behind Pennridge in the SOL Continental. The Bucks went 12-2 in the conference and are 18-4 overall. They most recently downed CB South, 63-55, on Thursday. CB West led, 31-22, at halftime. Erich Hohenleitner had a game-high 16 points for the Bucks. Bill Power scored 15 and added seven rebounds and four assists. Cal Reichwein pumped in 14 points to go with three steals and three assists. Luke Irons managed eight points and three assists. Nate Robinson (13 points) and Tim Waddington (11) led the way for the Titans.
Quakertown wrestling overwhelmed CB West, 69-12, on Wednesday. 145: James Tulio (Q) won by forfeit. 152: Tanner Seislove (Q) won by forfeit. 160: Nick Basile (Q) won by forfeit. 170: Ryan Hieber (CBW) def. Max Russell (Q), fall in 3:26. 182: Noah Wood (Q) won by forfeit. 195: Nick Bonomo (Q) def. Spencer Piligian (CBW), fall in 5:05. 220: Gavin Caroff (Q) def. Harrison Radovich (CBW), fall in 5:02. 285: Justin Correa (Q) won by forfeit. 106: Josh Stahl (Q) def. Jake Tosti (CBW), fall in 2:33. 113: Corey Cope (Q) def. Jeremiah Diaz (CBW), fall in 0:43. 120: Trent Nielsen (Q) def. Andrew Soto (CBW), 10-8 decision. 126: Daulton Kline (Q) won by forfeit. 132: Charles Witman (Q) def. Kevin Kelly (CBW), fall in 3:18. 138: Ryan Tiernan (CBW) def. Nicholas Hadley (Q), fall in 1:48.