2000 Schedule & Results
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- Kenny Eiser named to Second Team All-State
- West Holds it's Celebration and Awards Banquet
The West Boys Volleyball Team celebrated its very successful season last night with a Banquet at the Plumsteadville Inn. A good time was had by all. Shane went on and on (yes, Shane) about what special moments this year's team provided for him and the CB West Volleyball Program. After winning the Christopher Dock Tournament (expected - based on previous teams' success), this year's team became the first to win 2 tournaments after also winning the Quakertown Tournament. Shane also went on about how this team was the first to reach the District Semi-Finals. Many proud and exciting moments were experienced by this Senior class, as most of the team has been together for three years. We will miss you!!Honors & Awards
- West Loses in Third round of District Playoffs
The West Boys Volleyball Team did not look like themselves in losing to a fired up Council Rock team in two games 7-15,9-15. West was not passing, hitting, or serving like they normally did during the season. Council Rock , with their obvious height advantage, was playing far above the net and was placing hard kills to the open floor on the West side. Kenny Eiser had 10 kills/3 blocks and Scott Terry had 17 assists to lead the Team. To see the updated playoff bracket check out this page. (Bracket)
- West Takes Second District Playoff Match in Two Easy Games
The West Boys Volleyball Team took care of business in the second round by defeating Souderton in two quick games 15-4,15-4. When meeting Souderton first thing in the morning in a Saturday Tournament, Souderton gave West everything it could take with West taking the two games 15-13 and 16-14. The young Souderton Team discovered Thursday Night what it is like to play in the District Playoffs. Jason Jones had 10 kills, Dan Schmoyer had 7 kills/4 Aces, and Evan Chalk had 4 Blocks to lead the Team. Next up for West is Council Rock in the Semi-Finals on Tuesday Evening at 7:30 PM at CB West High school. To see the updated playoff bracket check out this page. (Bracket)
- West Takes First District Playoff Match in Two Games
The West Boys Volleyball Team got a off to a slow start in spotting Haverford two points by serving out of bounds often. The team then got it together and scored 15 straight points to win the first game 15-2. West then played it's younger players to give them some playoff experience and easily won the second game 15-7. Next up for West is old Nemesis Souderton on Thursday Evening at 7:30 PM at CB West High school. To see the updated playoff bracket check out this page. (Bracket)
- West Gets Third Seed, Faces Haverford in District Playoffs
The West Boys Volleyball Team got a surprising 3rd seed in the 14 Team District playoffs. West will face Haverford on Tuesday Evening at 7:00 PM at CB West High school. To see the rest of the seeding and the playoff bracket check out this page. (Bracket)
- West has Fun in Last Scheduled Win of Regular Season
West had it's "Senior Night" on Tuesday night, and with the Seniors getting the majority of the playing time, looked like they were enjoying themselves along with defeating Christopher Dock in a three game Non-Conference Match. After winning the first game convincingly(15-7), West took large leads in both the second and third games, before giving back enough points to lose the second game 14-16 and holding on to win the third 15-11. Kenny Eiser had 19 kills, Jason Jones had 13 kills, and Dan Schmoyer had 10 digs to lead the team. West's District Playoff pairing will be determined Wednesday Evening. The final Regular season team record was 11-5(9-5). The most likely place and time for the next match is at West on Tuesday Evening at 7:00 PM.
- West is Tough, But Falls to North Penn
West had it's hopes, of upsetting undefeated North Penn on Thursday night, dashed by losing a hard fought 3 game Match. After coming out strong and winning the first game 15-13, West lost the momentum and lost the last two games of the Match(8-15,9-15). Kenny Eiser had 19 kills/3 Aces, Jason Jones had 17 kills, and Scott Terry had 47 assists to lead the team. West's final Conference record fell to 9-5. The next and last Non-Conference Match is on Tuesday May 9th at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM against Christopher Dock.
- West Defeats Abington in Two Quick Games
West has played a lot of tough league matches already this season, and Tuesday's match was a welcome relief with West winning in two games 15-7,15-11 to raise their record to 10-4(9-4 SOL). Jason Jones had 6 kills, Evan Chalk had Four Aces, and Matt Wurtenberger had 5 Digs to lead the team. The next and last scheduled League Match is on Thursday May 4th at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM
- West Wins Magical Tournament
West started the Quakertown Invitational Tournament the way they start every Tournament -- Asleep. West struggled but managed two wins against a very young Souderton team(15-13,16-14). The team then took care of business for the rest of Pool Play, except for a stinker against Easton, to go 7-1 on the day. West then entered the playoff rounds, where in the past they seem to be able to pick it up a notch, and Saturday was no different.(Please note - all games start at 4-4). The first victim in the Quaterfinals was Lower Merion, where two quick games ended 15-5,15-5. Next up was a Tough & Tall Council Rock team who had just ended a very good Bensalem's day. Council Rock fell to the Bucks 15-4,15-6. In the finals was a team(Exeter) which had beaten West the week before very easily at the Lake Lehman Tournament. With revenge on their minds West started the 3 game match with a dud losing 15-6. It looked like it was all over as West was making bad passes and lack of communication between players left the ball hitting the floor with regularity. However, as West has done in the past, they pulled together, got fired up, and got into their Finals form by defeating Exeter 15-4,15-9 to win the Tournament. The next scheduled match is on Tuesday May 2 at Home against Abington 6:15/7:30 PM.
- West Loses Close Tough Match With Bensalem
After leading most of the first game, the West boys Volleyball team gave up the lead and the game losing 15-13. The second game started just as badly with West going down 2-8. After a "Team only" timeout West came back to tie it and go ahead. The game went back and forth with each team taking 1 point leads until West managed to win it at 19-17. The third game was more of the same as West came out losing 1-9 before coming back to 12-14. West could not pull off the comeback again as Besalem pulled out the third game 15-12. Kenny Eiser had 19 kills/8 blocks and Evan Chalk had 10 digs to lead the team. The next scheduled match is on Tuesday May 2 at Home against Abington 6:15/7:30 PM.
Come support the Team this weekend as they Visit Quakertown High school for an All-day Tournament
- National Conference Standings
North Penn 12-0
CB West 9-3
Council Rock 5-5
- West Wins Rematch With Neshaminy
After losing the first matchup with Neshaminy, the West boys Volleyball team needed a win in the rematch to move up in the conference standings. They managed that win on Tuesday with a three game win 15-7,14-16,15-5. The match seemed to be one sided most of the day with West winning the first and third games 15-7,15-5 and they led the second game 14-5 before falling apart and losing the middle game 14-16. Jason Jones had 10 kills, Dan Schmoyer had 9 kills/8 digs, and Kenny Eiser had 8 digs/2 blocks to lead the team. The next scheduled match is on Thursday April 27 at Bensalem 6:15/7:30 PM. .(Directions)
- West Loses in Semi-finals of Lake Lehman Tournament
West played in a very tough Pool at the Lake Lehman Tournament on Saturday with three of the final four teams coming from their bracket. West finished Pool play with a 4-4 record which left them tied for third with Pennridge. A playoff game was played to see which team would move on into the Quarterfinals. West got off to a quick lead in the 11 point "Rally-score" playoff game, which is very important, since 11 point Rally games are over in an instant. West managed to side-out the rest of the game to move into the quarterfinals. West then played Parkland in a single quarterfinal game and managed to win in a closely contested match. Next up in the Semi-finals was the Number 1 team in the state, Hempfield. Since West managed a split with Hempfield(11-15,15-5) in pool play they came into the best of three match with a lot of confidence. Hempfield came out with a lot of fire and easily defeated West in 2 games. Kenny Eiser was named to the All-Tournament Team. The next scheduled match is on Tuesday April 25 at Neshaminy 3:30 PM. .(Directions)
- West Wins Tough Match Against Crosstown Rival CB East
West played inspired volleyball Wednesday evening, but the foe was equal to the task as West won a hard fought battle against CB East 15-8,16-14. West started strong, as Dan Schmoyer was serving very well with 3 Aces. East came out strong in the second game, matching West Point for point in the begining of the game. East then put on a strong spurt raising their lead to 11-5. West again used strong serving to tie the game at 11. From there the game was again back and forth until West finally won it 16-14. West will be playing in the Lake Lehman Tournament at 8:00 AM on Saturday. The next scheduled match is on Tuesday April 25 at Neshaminy 3:30 PM. . (Directions)
- West Takes Pennsbury Match to Raise Their Record to 7-3
West played uninspired volleyball Tuesday evening, but still defeated Pennsbury in two games 15-3,15-12. West started strong, as Pennsbury made mistake after mistake, taking an 11-0 lead in the game. West struggled in the second game as the 15-12 score reflects. Scott Terry had 3 Aces, Jason Jones 5 digs, and Kenny Eiser had 10 Kills to lead the team. The next scheduled match is on Wednesday April 19 Vs. CB East at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM.
- West Wins Christopher Dock Tournament
West played its best volleyball of the season so far on Saturday and won the 15 team tournament. After struggling early, West came back to win all of its games in pool play and at 8-0 received a bye into the semi-finals. West first faced arch-rival CB East in the Semi-finals and defeated them 15-10, 15-8. West then had to face Neshaminy, who earlier in the season defeated West convincingly. West used the revenge factor to their favor along with some great digs, sets, and very strong hitting to defeat Neshaminy 15-10, 16-14. Jason Jones was named Most Valuable Player and Kenny Eiser was named to the All-Tournament team. The next scheduled match is on Tuesday April 18 at Pennsbury, 6:15 / 7:30 PM.(Directions)
West then meets CB East at West on Wednesday, April 19th, 6:15 / 7:30 PM.
- West Double-Teams Truman in Two Games
West used two teams in defeating Truman Thursday night 15-9, and 15-8. The starting players played the first game and fell behind 5-1, then woke up and scored 14 points to Truman's 4 points. The second game was what looked like a preview of next year's starting team, and they performed well as can be seen by the 15-8 score. Kenny Eiser had 8 kills, and Jason Jones had 7 digs to lead the team. The win raised West's record to 6-3. West will be playing at the Christopher Dock Tournament on Saturday. The next scheduled match is on Tuesday April 18 at Pennsbury 6:15 / 7:30 PM.
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- West Takes Revenge Match with Council Rock
West, not happy with it's opening night loss to Council Rock, took revenge yesterday at the home of the Indians 16-14, and 15-9. Kenny Eiser had 13 kills, Jason Jones had 10 digs, and the team scored 13 points on Evan Chalk serves. The win raised West's record to 5-3. The next scheduled Match is on Thursday April 14 Vs. Truman at CB West 6:15 / 7:30 PM
- West Loses to the Top Team in the Conference
West started with a 3-0 lead in the first game but it was all uphill the rest of the day as North Penn defeated West in two games 15-10,15-7. Dan Schmoyer had 8 Kills and Kolter Hodges had 5 digs to lead the team. The loss drops West's record to 4-3. The next scheduled Match is on Tuesday April 12 at Council Rock HS 3:30 PM (Directions)
- West Defeats Abington in Two Games
West has played a lot of tough league matches already this season, and Thursday's match was a welcome relief with West winning in two games 15-5,15-5 to raise their record to 4-2. Jason Jones had 9 kills, Kenny Eiser had three blocks, and Dan Carr had 2 Aces to lead the team. The next scheduled Match is on Monday April 10 at North Penn HS 6:15 / 7:30 PM (Directions)
- West Wins a Hard Fought Battle with Bensalem
West has played a lot of tough league matches already this season, and Tuesday's match with Bensalem was no different. All three games were back and forth with West winning 2 of the 3 games 15-13,13-15,15-12 to raise their record to 3-2. Jason Jones had 12 kills, Kenny Eiser had five blocks, and Dan Schmoyer had 6 Digs to lead the team.
The next scheduled Match is on Thursday April 6 at Abington HS 3:45 PM (Directions)
- West Loses a Tough One to a Good Neshaminy Team
The West boys Volleyball team came up against a buzz saw in losing in 2 games to Neshaminy. West fell behind 11-5 in the first game before they got the momentum to bring the score back to 13-11. They could not maintain the momentum however, and lost 15-11 . West could not put anything together in the second game and lost 15-7 to even their record at 2-2. The next scheduled Match is at West on Tuesday May 4 vs. Bensalem 6:15 / 7:30 PM
- West comes back to win against a tough Pennsbury team
The West boys Volleyball team may have taken Pennsbury lightly coming into a match in which they came from behind to win 2 games to one. West fell behind 11-2 in the first game before they woke up and tied the game at 12. After losing the first game West came back to post two impressive wins 15-8,15-7 to raise their record to 2-1. Joel Coe had 4 blocks, Kenny Eiser had 14 kills, and Kolter Hodges had 3 Aces to lead the team. The next scheduled Match is at West on Monday May 3 vs. Neshaminy 6:15 / 7:30 PM
"Picture Page" added to the links on the left
A new Picture page has been started with a minimal number of pictures. Any Players or parents who have some nice action shots they would like on the Web, Please give them to Jay or Jonna Eiser. (Pictures can be returned)
- West takes an easy one from Truman
After losing a tough league match on Friday night, West came out against Truman and took care of business. West won easily in two games 15-5,15-5 to even their record at 1-1. Dan Carr was a force in the middle with six blocked shots. The next scheduled Match is at West on Thursday March 30 vs. Pennsbury 6:15 / 7:30 PM
- West loses tie-breaker for Quarter-final Berth in Hempfield Tournament
West started it's Pool play on Saturday with a 5-1 record, after which they fell apart going 1-3 in the afternoon session which placed them in a three way tie for second place in the pool. West won the first tie-breaker game, but lost the second to knock them out of the playoff bracket. The next scheduled Match is on Tuesday March 28 at Truman HS 3:30 PM (Directions)
- West loses tough First Match to Council Rock
West started it's National Conference debut with a two hour loss to a very tough and very tall Council Rock team. The games were back and forth close games all evening. Rock won the first game 16-14, and West came back to even the match with a 15-13 victory. The rubber game was no different with the game going back and forth until Rock had a 14-11 lead. West, with their backs against the wall, played tough and allowed a ball to hit the ground 1 ft out-of-bounds, only to look up and see the line judge saying the ball hit inbounds. The match ended with the bad call, who knows what would have happened if the players were allowed to decide the game.
- West boys perform well in second scrimmage
The second scrimmage was exciting for a different reason than Friday's scrimmage. After all, West was going to scrimmage against Hempfield HS - well known as one of the best teams in the state. Never mind the 2 hour ride to Lancaster in the pouring rain there and back, they were looking forward to the match. After two matches Won against West York and Dover, the Main Event started. The first game went back and forth and was won by Hempfield. The second game was dominated by West. Time ran out and the rubber match will have to be played another time. The unofficial results were:
West York 1-6
The First League Match is on Friday At West Vs. Council Rock(6:15 / 7:30) Come and support the teams.
- West boys perform well in first scrimmage
The first scrimmage is always an exciting time for a team. It's not that the results count or anything, but it allows you (as a player or coach) to see where you stack up against other teams. West passed the test with flying colors. While there were a few breakdowns and mis-communications West came out in two games against Pennridge and two games against Christopher Dock and swept all four games. The results were:
Chris. Dock 1-4
The next scheduled Scrimmage is on Tuesday March 21 at Hempfield HS (Directions)
- Updated boys schedule posted
The schedule has been updated to include scrimmages.
The first scrimmage is scheduled for Friday March 17th at Christopher Dock High school 3:00 PM
The second scrimmage is on March 21 at Hempfield High school 3:30 PM
- Website shift to follow CB West Boys season
This space will now follow the CB West boys Volleyball team. The current schedule is for tryouts starting March 6th. Check out the "2000 Outlook" for returning players and a brief overview. The first scrimmage is scheduled for Friday March 17th at Christopher Dock High school 3:30 PM