Central Bucks West boys’ hoops clipped Methacton, 52-51, on Saturday. The Bucks held an eight-point lead after three, but Methacton stormed back and took a one-point advantage with less than 30 seconds to play. Evan Dunn scored the game-winner with 2.5 seconds remaining. CB West was led by Cal Reichwein, who had 18 points on six three-pointers, and Dunn (13 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter).
Kyle Salvitti lit up South Plantation for 17 points (five three-pointers) as Central Bucks West boys’ hoops won its second-round game in the Gulliver Prep All Florida Paper Tournament, 68-51, on Friday. The Bucks dominated South Plantation in the first quarter, taking the frame, 21-6. Cal Reichwein and Jared Kelly scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, for CB West.
Central Bucks West boys’ basketball lost its opener to the Lely School (Fla.), 62-45, on Thursday in the first game of the Gulliver Prep All Florida Paper Tournament. The Bucks were outscored 41-25 in the second half. Kyle Salvitti was the lone Buck in double figures with 14 points.
Behind a 15-4 fourth quarter, Central Bucks West girls’ basketball crushed Neshaminy, 62-39, on Monday. Nicole Munger was unstoppable. The junior dropped in 27 points, including a 7 for 8 effort from the line. Corrine Godshall contributed 10 points and Mackenzie Carroll eight.
Central Bucks West boys’ basketball lost to Souderton, 53-49, on Friday. Pat Kelley was far and away the Bucks’ leading scorer with 19. Cal Reichwein managed seven points.
Nicole Munger had 28 points, but Central Bucks West girls’ basketball still lost Friday to Souderton, 62-57. Peyton Traina (10 points) and Maggie Rakowsky (nine) also contributed for the Bucks.
Corrine Godshall deposited 13 points and Mackenzie Mason and Makenzie Carroll each added 12 as Central Bucks West girls’ hoops beat Central Bucks East, 57-46, on Wednesday. Nicole Munger contributed 11 points for the victors.
Kyle Salvitti netted 18 points as Central Bucks West boys’ hoops tripped up Central Bucks East, 67-51, on Tuesday night. Salvitti made three three-pointers. Teammate Cal Reichwein knocked down two for his 15 points. Pat Kelley and Evan Dunn (10 points apiece) both finished in double figures, as well. For the Patriots, Brendan McLaughlin led the way with 17 points. He was assisted by Brendan O’Neil and Tommy Strasburger, each of whom tallied 12.
Nicole Munger deposited 16 points and Maggie Rakowsky 14 as Central Bucks West girls’ hoops dispatched Quakertown, 69-19, on Friday night. Corrine Godshall added 11 and Mackenzie Carroll nine for the victors.
Kyle Salvitti scored 15 points as Central Bucks West boys’ basketball dropped Quakertown, 55-43, on Friday. Cal Reichwein also scored in double figures for the Bucks. He had 10. The Panthers’ Griffin Schmidt led all scorers with 16. He was aided by teammate Mark Repsher, who added nine.