Bucks too much for Patriots

CB West girls’ basketball took down CB East, 46-33, on Tuesday. The Bucks won every quarter but the first (7-7). The Bucks’ Makenzie Mason tallied 16 points, six rebounds and two steals. Maddie Maio had 14 points, while Maggie Rakowsky finished with 11 points, seven rebounds and three steals. Tori Abelson managed five points and six boards. For the Patriots, Bri Talbot had 15 points. Kyra Scaliti chipped in seven points.

Bucks separate from Souderton

CB West boys’ basketball triumphed over Souderton, 60-50, on Thursday, thanks to an 18-8 third quarter. The Bucks’ Erich Hohenleitner had 19 to lead all scorers. He added four rebounds. Connor Lynch had a dozen points and four boards, while Luke Irons had 10 points, six assists and five rebounds. Bill Power had nine points and four assists for the Bucks, who improved to 15-3 overall.

Bucks stymie Rams from stripe

A 16-for-18 effort from the free throw line helped CB West girls’ basketball take down visiting Pennridge, 56-41, on Tuesday. The Bucks took a 27-8 lead into halftime. CB West’s Maggie Rakowsky led all scorers with 16 points. She was followed by Makenzie Mason and Tori Abelson, each of whom had 11. Mason added 11 rebounds and Rakowsky had six. For the Rams, Devan Rimmer deposited 10 points and Lydia Konstanzer had nine.

Rams’ Long enters history books

Pennridge senior Dan Long became the school’s boys’ all-time leader in points scored with 1,174 as his Rams defeated visiting CB West, 63-60, on Tuesday. Tim Abruzzo (Class of 2012) had the old mark of 1,152. Pennridge trailed, 27-26, at the half, but went ahead for good with a 13-6 third quarter. Long’s 23 points led all scorers. Teammates DeVon Balmer and Max Wagner added 14 and 10 points, respectively. Luke Irons and Connor Lynch each finished with 13 points for the Bucks. Bill Power contributed 11 and Jake Reichwein 10. CB West was playing without Cal Reichwein. The Bucks and Rams are both now 8-1 in the SOL Continental.

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