CB West High School
Updates From Mr. Bucher
Doylestown Library Book Sale
Thank you to CB Key Club Members for volunteering at the Doylestown Library. Key Club Members have been assisting library staff in preparing for the annual Book Sale. The sale begins Saturday, October 25 and continues through noon on Saturday, November 1 at the Doylestown Library.
The Harlequin Club Invites You...
Midsummer/Jersey is the hilarious high-octane re-telling of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream set on the boardwalk of a seaside town in modern-day New Jersey. The story revolves around the impending marriage of the Governor of New Jersey, the romances of four beach-bound high school crushes, a lively crew of fairies and the staff of the local beauty salon. The night takes a magical turn when Oberon and the impish Puck arrive on the scene armed with a powerful love potion and a desire for mischief making. With several weddings and the acting careers of six beauticians hanging in the balance, the high schoolers take to the boardwalk, backed by pop music and an iPhone-obsessed wood sprite.
To order tickets, please visit www.tinyurl.com/cbwestmj.
Thursday, November 13
Friday, November 14
Saturday, November 15
All shows begin at 7:30
Boys Cross Country won the SOL Continental Championship at Lehigh!!!!!!!!!
1st Round of District One Playoffs - Field Hockey defeated CR South 2-1 in OT
Sophomore Bryn Boylan scored the game winner!
Girls Volleyball v Pennsbury – 1st round District One Playoffs
Field Hockey lost to Downingtown West 3-0 in the District One Playoffs 2nd Round
Girls Soccer defeated Mt. St. Joseph 3-0 in the 1st round District One Playoffs. The girls will face off against Boyertown HS on Saturday at 6:00
Boys Soccer fell to North Penn 1-0 in OT in the 1st round District One Playoffs
Good luck to the Cross Country Runners at the District-One Championships at Lehigh
CB West Is Proud!
Jessica Sudhop has done well this year competing and placing in all three state horse competition qualifying rounds. Jessica was required to place in the top two of each class which consisted of riders ages 15 to 19. She succeeded by placing first in every class - Showmanship, Western Pleasure, Western Horsemanship, and Competitive Trail and Cart Driving. She then competed against all other riders in every portion of the state. Once again, she had to place either 1st or 2nd to move on to the next level of competition. She placed in the top two in all of her classes. Finally, Jessica competed in the Junior Championship Show where she placed 5th out of 126 riders in her class. This week Jessica will be competing at the State Level. Last year there were nearly 2000 horses competing at this show. CB West is Proud, Jessica!