CB West girls’ basketball lost by one to Kings Fork, 42-41, in the semifinals of the Boo Williams tourney on Tuesday. The contest was tied at 31 heading to the fourth. Tori Abelson managed 12 points and Makenzie Mason 11 for the Bucks, who shot 13 for 15 from the line as a team. Mason was eight for eight from the stripe.
CB West boys’ basketball won its opener in the Franklin Roads Academy Holiday Tournament in Nashville, Tenn., over Montgomery Bell Academy, 48-40, on Monday. Behind Luke Irons’ 12 points and Bill Power’s 10, the Bucks jumped out to an 11-5 lead after one quarter. Erich Hohenleitner added nine points and Cal Reichwein seven to the winning total.
Maggie Rakowsky tallied 14 points and Makenzie Mason 10 as CB West girls’ basketball knocked off West Springfield, 43-40, on Monday in the first round of the Boo Williams tourney in Virginia. Despite carrying a 13-8 lead into the second quarter, the Bucks found themselves down heading into the fourth, but a 14-8 final quarter saved the day. Rakowsky helped the cause with a 10-for-14 performance from the line.
Cal Reichwein had 19 points and five boards and Erich Hohenleitner pumped in 17 and seven as CB West boys’ basketball tossed aside North Penn, 61-49, on Tuesday. The Bucks were up 32-21 at halftime. Luke Irons and Ben Riegel each managed seven points for CB West, which is 6-1 overall and 4-0 in the SOL Continental.
Makenzie Mason’s 18 points weren’t enough as CB West girls’ basketball fell to North Penn, 63-51, on Tuesday. The third quarter was a killer for the Bucks, who were outscored, 20-6, in the frame. Tori Abelson joined Mason in double figures with 10; Maggie Rakowsky added eight.
CB West boys’ basketball outscored Souderton, 24-13, in the fourth quarter and went on to defeat the host Indians, 71-59, on Friday. Cal Reichwein starred for the Bucks, scoring 17 points and bringing down 10 rebounds. Luke Irons also deposited 17 points, and Erich Hohenleitner had a dozen. CB West is 5-1 overall and 3-0 in the SOL Continental.
Cal Reichwein had 18 points and five rebounds as CB West boys’ basketball handed visiting Pennridge its first loss of the season, 63-55, on Tuesday. The Bucks won every quarter, except for the first (6-12). Luke Irons netted 13 points for CB West, while Erich Hohenleitner (12 points, five boards) and Bill Power (10 points) also finished in double figures for the Bucks. For the Rams, Dan Long had 18 points and Ryan Cuthbert 13, including three triples. Pennridge went eight for nine from the line and knocked down seven three-pointers.
CB West boys’ basketball suffered its first setback of the season on Saturday to Archbishop Wood, 66-46. The Vikings took an 18-9 lead into the second quarter. Erich Hohlenleitner pumped in 16 points for the Bucks. Connor Lynch had nine, all from the free throw line, where he went nine for 10.
Cal Reichwein knocked down three three-pointers for his game-high 18 points as CB West boys’ basketball ripped Quakertown, 61-41, on Friday evening. Luke Irons added a dozen points for the Bucks, who led, 22-9, after one quarter. Griffin Schmidt paced the Panthers with 10 points.
Erich Hohlenleitner lit up visiting Pottstown for 19 points and 12 rebounds as CB West boys’ basketball went to 2-0 with a 75-60 victory on Saturday in the second round of the SOL vs. PAC Tip-off Challenge. The Bucks got off to a quick start, winning the first quarter 23-9. Bill Power added 13 points for CB West. Cal Reichwein filled out his stat line with six points, four assists and four steals.