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2003 Schedule

2003 Roster

2003 Outlook

(11/24/03)
  • Ladies Enjoy Banquet


  • The Ladies Had a good time celebrating their successful season.  The Brunch was held at the Plumbsteadville Inn and quite a few were on hand to enjoy the festivities and fond rememberances of the season.  The season awards and All-league awards were also presented.   See the Ladies Honors & Awards Page for details. Honors & Awards   The Banquet was also the opportunity to say Thankyou and good luck to the graduating Seniors, we will miss you.  Good luck in your future endeavers.   



(10/24/03)
  • Ladies Beaten by Lower Seeded CR North


  • West started the first game just awful, but picked themselves up to finish the game in much better shape, but still falling 14-25.  The second game was real competitive from beginning to the end, with West winning 25-23.  Games 3 & 4 were close games, but CR North came through in the end 25-21 and 25-19.   District Playoffs are over and the season came to an abrupt halt.   The Ladies are now looking forward to the Banquet.  If you would like to see the Playoff bracket, check out this link PIAA AAA Bracket   



(10/22/03)
  • Ladies Win First Round Match vs Avon Grove


  • West started the first round in great shape, defeatig Avon Grove 3 games to none.  It was an all around good effort by all the Ladies.  The game scores were 25-8, 25-9, 25-12.  District Playoffs continue Thursday evening at West against CR North at 7:00 PM.   Please note that the District is enforcing admission prices for the event.   Adults will be $5 and Students $4.   If you would like to see the Playoff bracket, check out this link PIAA AAA Bracket   Anyone who can help at the Snackbar on Thursday, it would be appreciated.  



(10/21/03)
  • Ladies Complete Regular Season with a Victory


  • West finished the regular season with a 3 games to 0 over Abington Monday night.  It was Senior night, and the festivities were followed by three solid games from the West ladies, winning by scores of 25-14, 25-23, 25-16.   The team finished the regular season with a record of 14-2, good for second in the conference.  District Playoffs start tonight with three teams advancing to the State playoff.  West will play Avon Grove at 7:00 PM   Please note that the District is enforcing admission prices for the event.   Adults will be $5 and Students $4.   Anyone who can help at the Snackbar on Tuesday, it would be appreciated.  



(10/20/03)
  • Playoff Match-ups are Set


  • West was seeded 7th in the District which starts on Tuesday.  West will play Avon Grove at 7:00 PM   Please note that the District is enforcing admission prices for the event.   Adults will be $5 and Students $4.   Anyone who can help at the Snackbar on Tuesday, it would be appreciated.   The next action is slated for Monday vs. Abington at West 5:45/7:00 PM.



(10/17/03)
  • West Rolls Over Bensalem


  • The ladies went with a young lineup as they faced Bensalem Thursday evening, as they played in the annual Player as Coaches Match.  West won the three game match by scores of 25-3, 25-13, and 25-15.  The Senior coaches gave lots of playing time to the younger players as well as a few of the JV girls.      The next action is slated for Monday vs. Abington at West 5:45/7:00 PM.   



(10/16/03)
  • West Endures Marathon Match over Neshaminy


  • The ladies were sluggish most of the day, but managed to beat Neshaminy 3 games to 2.  West won the first two with scores of 25-23 and 25-14.  Games 3 & 4 were won by Neshaminy 26-24 and 25-22.   Game 5 was another close affair with West taking the game 15-12    The next action is slated for Thursday at Bensalem 5:45/7:00 PM.    (Directions)



(10/15/03)
  • West Sluggish But Defeats Truman


  • The ladies were asleep most of the day, but managed to beat Truman 3 games to one.  The game scores were 25-16, 25-13, 20-25, 25-11.      The next action is slated for Wednesday at West vs. Neshaminy 3:30/5:00 PM.   



(10/14/03)
  • Neshaminy Match Rescheduled


  • Due to a mix up in scheduling, the Neshaminy Match was Postponed last week.  It will be made up this Wednesday at 3:30 PM at West.  



(10/14/03)
  • West defeats East


  • The ladies were dominating as they defeated East in 3 games on Monday evening.  The game scores were 25-12, 25-17, 25-19.      The next action is slated for Tuesday at West vs. Truman 3:30/5:00 PM.   



(10/10/03)
  • Neshaminy Match Postponed


  • Due to a mix up in scheduling, the Neshaminy Match was Postponed.  No word yet on when it would be made up.      The next action is slated for Monday at CB East 5:45/7:00 PM.    (Directions)



(10/09/03)
  • Ladies Drop Show-down With Pennsbury


  • In a battle for first place Pennsbury defeated West 3 games 1.  The first game started with West taking a lead, but they could not hold it, losing 22-25.  Game two Pennsbury Dominated and defeated West 25-17.  Game 3 was a close battle all the way with some very exciting digs and put-aways, West topped Pennsbury 25-22.    Game 4 was more of the same, close game, great digs and Kills, but this time Pennsbury came out ahead 25-22.   The next action is slated for Thursday at West vs. Neshaminy (Please note the afternoon start time 3:30 PM.    Take the afternoon off and cheer on the girls.



(10/08/03)
  • Ladies Take Match From North Penn


  • The Ladies started well on Tuesday, thanks to the strong serving of Lauren Pierson, and defeated North Penn 3 games to none.  The first game started with a sideout for the ladies and then Lauren served 14 straight times to give West a 14-1 lead and winning the game 25-12.  Game two and three were much closer games with the Ladies prevailing 25-23 and 25-22.      The next action is slated for Wednesday at West vs. Pennsbury 5:45/7:00 PM.    Come out and bring some friends to cheer on this battle for first place.



(10/06/03)
  • WOW !!


  • What a day at the Plymouth Whitemarsh Tournament.  The Ladies placed first in the tournament winning all 12 games they played as well as Medals around their necks and a large trophy.  There were some close games during the day, but the ladies pulled out the games with late rallies and determination.  Teams played in Pool Play were: Plymouth Whitemarsh, Marple Newtown, Pennridge, and Upper Darby   They met Garnett Valley in the semi-finals winning 25-17, and 25-23.   In the Finals the ladies came up against a very tough Upper Dublin Team, but managed to come away with a 26-24, 25-22 win.   It was very exciting for the Girls, Coaches, and spectators.    Nice job Ladies !!   The next action is slated for Tuesday at North Penn 5:45/7:00 PM    (Directions)



(10/01/03)
  • Ladies Pull Through with Victory over Pennridge


  • The Ladies started well on Tuesday, but struggled at times in defeating Pennridge 3 games to none.  The scores of the three games were 25-17, 25-23, and 25-16.  Game two was a struggle for the Ladies, as they fell behind late in the game, but they came back behind the serving of Steph Coyle and managed to pull out the victory.      The next action is slated for Saturday at the Plymouth Whitemarsh tournament    (Directions)



(09/30/03)
  • Ladies Look Terrific in Defeating Tennent


  • The Ladies started on an even keel Monday evening and then turned up the heat to defeat Tennent 3 games to none.  The scores of the games were 25-19, 25-8, and 25-17.  Serving was the name of the game Monday as Lauren Pierson, Jackie Kushman, and Donna Radice all had terific nights serving the ball.   Note: Pennridge usually charges admission for the games, so bring some cash ($ 4 )       The next league action is slated for Tuesday 9/30/2003 at Pennridge at 5:45/7:00 PM.   (Directions)



(09/29/03)
  • Thursday Match Postponed


  • Thursday's Match vs. Pennsbury has been postponed till Wednesday 10/8/2003.  



(09/26/03)
  • Ladies Defeat a Tough Abington Team


  • It was apparent on Thursday afternoon that the Abington Volleyball program has made great strides in the past year.  The West ladies came out and had to play hard to defeat Abington 3 games to none.  West won the first game 25-19 and the second game 25-19.  The third game some of the younger Girls saw a lot action and West won 25-14.  Stat. Leaders for the team were Unavailable.   The next league action is slated for Monday at West vs. Tennent at 5:45/7:00 PM.  



(09/24/03)
  • Ladies Roll Over Bensalem


  • The West Ladies came out quickly on Tuesday to defeat Bensalem 3 games to 0.  They came out with the starters and forged a nice lead in the first game, before Coach Ben started making some substitutions.  West won the first game 25-5 and the second game 25-12.  The third game some of the younger Girls saw a lot action and West won 25-11.  Stat. Leaders for the team were Unavailable.   The next league action is slated for Thursday at Abington at 3:30 PM.   (Directions)



(09/23/03)
  • Ladies Over-Power Truman


  • The West Ladies came out and made quick work in their Monday afternoon Match over Truman 3 games to 0.  They came out with the starters and forged a nice lead in the first game, before Coach Ben started making some substitutions.  West won the first game 25-14 and the second game 25-13.  The third game some of the younger Girls saw a lot action and West won 25-17.  Unofficial Stat. Leaders for the team were: Kills: Carrieri(9) & Kushman(5), Aces: Coyle(4) & Bilan(3), Blocks: Carrierri(2.5), Digs: Kushman(11) & Coyle(8), and Assists: Coyle(18).  The next league action is slated for Tuesday at West vs. Bensalem at 5:45/7:00 PM.  



(09/21/03)
  • WOW !!


  • The West Ladies made for a very exciting day on Saturday, coming in 2nd in the Quakertown Tournament.  They started out asleep against Upper Merion and dropped the first two games of the day 22-25 & 11-25.  Things got into the upswing after that, with the ladies winning against Council Rock North and Souderton to take second place in their Pool.  In the Quarter-finals they met with the Host team Quakertown and won both games.  The Semi-Finals brought on Council Rock South who put up a great fight in a great match going 3 games which West won 2-1.  The Finals came down to West and Upper Merion again for the championship.  The match went 3 games and they were all very close and extremly competative, West ended up dropping the Match 23-25, 25-19, 12-15.  Unofficial Stat. Leaders for the team were: Kills: Bilan & McMurdo with 34 each & Kushman(32), Aces: Radice(10) & Kushman(7), Blocks: Bilan(6.5) & Eiser(5), Digs: McMurdo(25) & Radice(24), and Assists: Eiser(88).  The next league action is slated for Monday at Truman High School at 3:30 PM.   (Directions)



(09/18/03)
  • West Takes Care of East


  • The West Ladies looked very strong on Wednesday evening in powering over their arch-rival CB East 3 games to none.  All phases of the game wer clicking in the first game as West came out ahead 25-13.  Things were a little tighter in the exciting second game, as West was behind late in the game, but came back to win it 25-22.  The last game was again dominated by West 25-9.  The next Action is Saturday at the Quakertown tournament.  Since it is nice and close, there should be a large CB West crowd cheering the Girls on.  The next league action is slated for Monday at Truman High School at 3:30 PM.  (Directions)



(09/17/03)
  • West Powers Neshaminy


  • The West Ladies took their ball control and Power Game at the Neshaminy Redskins on Tuesday and won the Match 3 games to 1.  The first two games were dominated by West by scores of 25-11 and 25-16.  In the third game Ben took the opportunity to get some younger girls some playing time, and they struggled a bit vs. the more experienced Neshaminy team, losing 5-25.  The last game, the starters went back in, and the game was close all the way, with the ladies coming out on top 25-22.  The next Action is Wednesday vs. East at Home (5:45/7:00 PM)  



(09/15/03)
  • JV Ladies Work Hard and Come Together in Tournament


  • The West JV team participated in the Plymouth-Whitemarsh tourny Saturday.   They worked hard all day, really came together as a team, and came away with a 3-5 record.  They started out the day facing Council Rock North, and fought hard to come out with a split (1-1).    Next came Springfield, the girls played well and came away with two wins (3-1)   Third on the docket was Pennsbury, the girls battled but lost both games. (3-3)    Immediately after the Pennsbury match, the girls played Conestoga, the service and receiving errors finally caught up with them and they were beaten twice. (3-5)    This tournament was a great learning experience for all the girls and hopefully it will help them as the year progresses.   The next Action is Tuesday at Neshaminy (3:30/4:45 PM)  Remember: Varsity plays first.   (Directions)



(09/12/03)
  • West Endures Match vs. North Penn


  • The West Ladies had to play a couple of tough games before they were able to put away the North Penn Maidens.  West pulled out a close first game 25-22, and were in a tough second game halfway through before the ladies put it ALL together and ran away with the game 25-15.  In the third game Ben took the opportunity to get some younger girls some playing time, and they played well, taking the third game 25-17.  The next Action is Tuesday at Neshaminy (3:30/4:45 PM)  Remember: Varsity plays first.  (Directions)



(09/10/03)
  • Ladies Endure Their First Loss


  • The West Ladies played well at times on Tuesday evening at Pennsbury but it was not enough as Pennsbury took the Match 3 games to 1.  The Ladies took the first game 25-22 as they were clicking on all cylinders.  The next 3 games (20-25, 12-25, 21-25) were not as easy as it looked like Pennsbury took their game to another level.  The next Action is Thursday at Home vs. North Penn (5:45/7:00 PM)  )  



(09/06/03)
  • Ladies Look Good in Their First Tournament


  • The Ladies looked good in their first tournament, putting together a 7-1 record to place first in their Pool.  They won two games from Norristown, Academy Park, and Coatesville(the Host Team).  They split 1-1 with Ridley, who came out of the Pool in second place.  Then the trouble started.  They came up against a terrific Conestoga Valley team, which won the Quarter-final match 2-0.   The next Action is Tuesday at Pennsbury. (5:45/7:00 PM)  ) (Directions)  



(09/05/03)
  • West Pulls out a Big Match


  • Pennridge is always a good team, and Thursday's match was more of the same, as West pulled out a 3 games to 1 victory.  The first two games were very close and competitive with the teams coming out of them with a split. 25-20, 21-25  The third and fourth games were controlled by West, who came out Serving, passing, setting, and hitting very well.  West won the 3rd and fourth games by scores of 25-14, 25-10.  The next Action is Saturday at the Coatsville tournament.  )(Directions)  



(09/03/03)
  • First Match Goes Down as a Win


  • Well with the first match played with Rally scoring and best of 5 match play, the ladies handled it pretty well with a 3 games to 1 victory.  They fell behind in the first game but came back to win.  The second game was taken out of their hands by a few bad calls late in the game and they ended up losing.  The third and forth games were won in convincing fashion as the ladies did not like the idea of losing.   The next match is Thursday against Pennridge at West 5:45/7:00 PM  Come out and join the fun.   



(08/08/03)
  • Well it is That Time Again


  • The Ladies will be taking over the Website for the next few months.  They have been busy over the Winter playing on a variety of Club Teams, and are anxious to get back into action as a team.  Tryouts will be conducted next week, starting on Monday 8/11 at 6:00 PM.  Come out and join the fun.  





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(11/18/02)
  • West Ladies Celebrate the Season.


  • The Ladies really know how to throw a party.   The season-ending banquet was a Brunch held at the Plumsteadville Inn.  It was a nice affair with fond rememberances of the season, from Team Camp to the Final Playoff game.  The season awards and All-league awards were also presented.   See the Ladies Honors & Awards Page for details.   This was also the opportunity to say Thankyou and good luck to the graduating Seniors, we will miss you.



(10/28/02)
  • West Loses a Tough one vs. an Excellent Team.


  • The Ladies made it tough on the Number 1 seed Villa Maria on Saturday, with lots of Side-outs, but the final score did not reflect their hard work.   The scores were 5-15, 11-15, 4-15.   The loss ends the season for the West ladies.  The ladies now look forward to the season ending banquet on Nov. 17th   



(10/25/02)
  • West wins First Playoff round


  • The Ladies made it look easy as the 16th seeded Bucks defeated the 17th seeded Sun Valley 3-0.   The scores were 15-8, 15-3. 15-8.   The win gives the ladies the extreme pleasure of playing the number 1 seed in the playoffs Villa Maria.  The next scheduled action is on Saturday at Villa Maria at 7:00 PM (This time may change to the afternoon)    (Directions)



(10/22/02)
  • West wins Final Match vs. Abington


  • The coach started the Younger players Monday, so the Seniors could enjoy their last regular season game together on the court.  The younger team won a very tough and spirited game 15-7.   The Seniors then won the second game 15-8 where Abington gave up half way through the game.  The next scheduled action is a playoff match on Thursday probably at West (Depends on the seeding commitee on Tuesday evening)    NOTE: Normally the playoff Matches start at 7:00 PM



(10/20/02)
  • West Makes Semi-finals of Tournament


  • The ladies started real slow with a 1-1 start vs. Tennent, but picked it up and finished with a 5-3 record in pool play.  That was good for 2nd place and a slot in the Tournament semi-final against Mt.St.Joesephs   The ladies fell to the much stronger Mount team 2-0 , but still came away feeling prety good about themselves.    Next action Monday vs. Abington at Abington



(10/18/02)
  • West Rolls over Bensalem


  • The starters did not play on Thursday, but West was still able to pull out a victory over Bensalem 2 games to 0.  The Coach was able to get some of the JV girls some Varsity action as they won the first game 15-4.   The younger ladies struggled a little bit in the second game but still managed a 15-8 final score.  The next scheduled action is on Saturday at Plymouth Whitemarsh H.S.    (Directions)



(10/16/02)
  • West Sleeps Through a Victory at Truman


  • The Ladies did not look their best on Tuesday, but managed to win the Match vs. Truman two games to one.  The starters dominated the First game 15-3, but the younger girls struggled in the second game losing 13-15.   The starters then struggled in the third game, but pulled it together and won 15-6.  The next scheduled action is on Thursday 10/17 vs. Bensalem at West 6:15/7:30 PM.   



(10/11/02)
  • West Snatches Defeat out of the Hands of Victory


  • West had Match point in the second game while leading 14-12 but failed to put the serve on the floor in what appears to be a recurring theme for the ladies.  They won the first game rather easily, but struggled in the second game until the end where they managed to lead at Match point.   The third game was a blowout as East won 15-7.  The next scheduled action is on Tuesday 10/15 at Truman 3:30 PM. (Directions)   



(10/9/02)
  • Exciting Start Isn't Enough against Neshaminy


  • The underclasswomen helped West start with a very strong 15-7 win against Neshaminy, with a lot of assistance by Stacy Bilan, but their win was not enough to help as the Ladies lost 1-2 on Tuesday afternoon.  In the second game, Neshaminy found an entirely different team on the court and easily won 15-3.   The third game showed a little improvement with two service aces by Megan Eiser, but it wasn't enough to help the score as Neshaminy won 15-8.  The next scheduled action is on Thursday 10/10 at West against rival East, celebrating Senior Night at 6:15/7:30 PM.   



(10/8/02)
  • What an Exciting Match


  • The Ladies worked hard but could not come away with a victory, dropping a 1-2 match vs. North Penn on Monday.  The first game was won by North Penn 15-11 in a tight game.   The second game was like an exact reversal as West pulled out a close one 15-11.  The third game was a marathon affair as each team took turns leading and North Penn pulled it out 18-16.    The next scheduled action is on Tuesday 10/8 at Neshaminy 3:45 PM ;(Directions)  Please note the time     



(10/4/02)
  • West Drops Match to Pennsbury


  • The Ladies worked hard but made too many errors to overcome the first place Pennsbury Falcons.  The first game was dominated by Pennsbury, until West turned the game around and tied the score at 14-14.   Pennsbury went on to win it 16-14, and were in control the whole way in the second game to win the Match 2-0.    The next scheduled action is on Monday 10/7 vs. North Penn at West 3:45 PM   Please note the time, this will be a first - An afternoon Match at West!     



(10/2/02)
  • Ladies Fight Hard But Fall Against Pennridge


  • The Ladies worked really hard and were extremely tired after a close competitive 1-2 game loss to Pennridge.  Pennridge took the first game 15-10, but West dominated the second game with the younger ladies playing 15-6.   The third game was back and forth with West falling behind 1-6, before turning on the jets and taking a 14-10 lead.  The Lady Bucks could not make the Game Point serve go on the court though, and this ultimately cost them the game 14-16.  The next scheduled action is on Thursday 10/3 at Pennsbury 6:15 / 7:30 PM   (Directions)      



(10/1/02)
  • Ladies Take One From Tennent


  • The Ladies started slow (0-3) but turned it around and never looked back as they defeated Abington 2-0 to raise their league record to 8-2.  The first game got turned around and West won 15-10.  The second game was led by West the whole way as the ladies pulled out another 15-10 victory.    The next scheduled action is on Tuesday 10/1 Vs. Pennridge at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM         



(9/27/02)
  • Ladies Win Against Abington


  • The Ladies looked slow but turned it around and never looked back as they defeated Abington 2-0 to raise their league record to 7-2.  The first game got turned around and West won 15-7.  The second game was the younger ladies again and they played very well in winning 15-4.  This match marked the half-way point in the season and West is looking good at 7-2, with the fact that the 2 losses could have been victories.  The next scheduled action is on Monday 9/30 at Tennent 6:15 / 7:30 PM   (Directions)      



(9/25/02)
  • Ladies Make Quick Work of Bensalem


  • The Ladies started fast and never looked back as they defeated Bensalem 2-0 to raise their league record to 6-2.  The first game Kate McMurdo was the lucky person to serve and managed to pad her serving stats as West won 15-1.  The second game was the younger ladies again and Jackie Kushman was the Serving specialist as the ladies won 15-0.    The next scheduled action is on Thursday 9/26 against Abington at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM      



(9/24/02)
  • West Improves Their Conference Record vs. Truman


  • The Ladies started slow but came on to overtake Truman and win the first game 15-7.  The coach managed to put in the younger girls in the second game who also played well, coming away with a victory 15-7.  The win moves West's record to 5-2 and keeps them in second place in the conference.    The next scheduled action is on Tuesday 9/24 at Bensalem 6:15 / 7:30 PM   (Directions)   



(9/22/02)
  • Ladies Almost made it out of Pool Play


  • The Ladies were a little too asleep in the early part of Pool play on Saturday at the Quakertown SOL Tournament.  They lost two games to North Penn and one to Souderton before they finally started playing "Their" game.  They defeated Souderton one game and had a huge comeback against Council Rock before dropping a close one to Council Rock.  They ended with a 2- 4 record and did not make the playoffs  The next scheduled action is on Monday 9/23 against Truman at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM      



(9/20/02)
  • West Wins another Big One


  • The Ladies went into the Lion's den on Thursday evening at CB East and looked a little shaky at the start.  After a 2-7 start the Ladies started playing and took the game 15-12.  The second game was more of a reverse with West starting out with an 11-2 lead before giving away a bunch of points.   West turned it back on and won the game and match 15-9   The next scheduled action is on Saturday at the Quakertown SOL Tournament at 8:00 AM       (Directions)



(9/18/02)
  • West Wins a Big One vs. Neshaminy


  • The Ladies played well Tuesday evening vs. Neshaminy, taking the Match 2-0.   West started strong,3-0, with some Neshaminy errors and never looked back as they won the two games 15-11 and 15-8.  Coach managed to get some younger players some game action in the second game without a dropoff in team productivity.   The next scheduled League action is vs. arch rival CB East at East on Thursday 9/19 at 6:15 / 7:30 PM.   East is always a loud and exciting match, come out and cheer !   (Directions)



(9/14/02)
  • West Takes One From North Penn


  • The Ladies played tough and hard on Friday afternoon in taking the match from North Penn 2 games to none.  West started strong,3-0, with some NP passing errors and kept the heat on for a 15-12 win in game one.  West came back strong in the second game with an over-all team effort in defeating NP again 15-12.     The next scheduled League action is on Tuesday 9/17 at West vs. Neshaminy at 6:15 / 7:30 PM.   It should be a good one, come out and cheer !  



(9/11/02)
  • West loses a tough one to Pennsbury


  • Things were looking real bad early on last night (0-4) before the ladies woke up and started playing.  West could not hang on though as Pennsbury pulled out a 15- 10 win.  West came back strong in the second game winning 15-9.  The third game was dominated by Pennsbury 15-6.    The next scheduled League action is on Friday 9/13 at North Penn 3:30 PM.   Please note the Varsity usually plays first and the JV follows in afternoon matches.   (Directions)



(9/10/02)
  • Ladies lose a Heartbreaker to Pennridge


  • Things were looking real good Monday evening as the Ladies got out to a 4-0 and 9-3 leads .    It all ended there however, as the Rams dominated the rest of the game and went on to a 15-9 win.  West fell behind 0-4 in the second game, but came back to make it a very exciting and tight game.    The outcome did not fall in their favor however, as they ended with a 14-16 defeat.    The next scheduled League action is on Tuesday 9/10 against Pennsbury at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM.      



(9/9/02)
  • Ladies Play OK in First Tournament


  • After last year's 0-11 record in the first tounament, there was no where to go but up on Saturday at the Coatesville Tournament.    The Ladies started out a little slow after having to wait for two hours for their first match.    They then picked up the pace and ended the day one win short of making the playoffs, with a final record of 5-3   The next scheduled League action is on Monday 9/9 at Pennridge 6:15 / 7:30 PM.    (Directions)   



(9/5/02)
  • No Match Today


  • There is no match scheduled for this afternoon.    The next scheduled action is on Saturday at the Coatesville Tournament.    (Directions)   Come out and support the Team    The next scheduled League action is on Monday 9/9 at Pennridge 6:15 / 7:30 PM.    (Directions)   



(9/4/02)
  • CB West Girls Start Slow but Finish Big


  • The West Girls Volleyball Team started the Match against Wm. Tennent slow but managed to come back and win the match 2 games to 1.    The first game found West down 6-12 before Kate McMurdo stepped to the line and served 5 aces(6 points total) to tie the score.   West held on to win the first game 15-13.   The second game the ladies looked bad in losing 6-15.   The ladies picked it back up in the third game with their serving and defense, and pulled out a relatively easy 15-9 win.    Kate led the team with 7 Kills/5 Blocks and six Aces.   Rumor has it there may be a scrimmage on Thursday at West. Stay Tuned



(9/1/02)
  • CB West Girls Start a New Season


  • The West Girls Volleyball Team will start their new season on Tuesday evening.    The Match will be played at CB West at 6:15/7:30 PM.    WM. Tennent will visit the ladies as we see new teams with the Conference shifts this year.  Come out and support the team.      



(8/02)
  • CB West Girls Program Announces New Head Coach


  • The West Girls Volleyball program announced their new Head coach.    Ben Martin, who previously coached the Girls JV team back in 1996, has returned take over the top spot as the Girls Varsity coach.    Ben returned from upstate New York where he was coaching a small College Club team.  He attended High School at CB East - but we won't hold that against him.    Ben - Welcome and Good luck !   





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(11/19/01)
  • West Ladies Have a Nice Banquet to Commemorate the Season


  • The West Ladies held their Awards Banquet at the Plumsteadville Inn on Sunday 11/18/01 at 12:00 Noon with a Brunch Buffet. A good time was had by all. Jeff's Sermon was that while he was somewhat disappointed after the last two seasons ended with 16-3 and 8-8 Records, he was very satisfied and at Peace with this season's 6-11 record.  He knew the ladies worked as hard as they could, and played the best they could in all but one Match. (Against Council Rock)    The ladies "Gag-gifts" were given out, each one signifying a special moment of the past season.    Team Honors and Awards were given out as well as Conference Awards.   See the Ladies Honors & Awards Page for details. We wish the Seniors good luck in the Future, we will miss you!!



(11/12/01)
  • Well it's Banquet Time Again


  • C.B. West Ladies Volleyball Team will hold their season celebration Banquet with a Brunch on Sunday November 18th at the Plumbsteadville Inn at 12:00 Noon.   They will be remembering the good times and handing out awards for the 2001 Volleyball season.      



(10/26/01)
  • Ladies Put up a Fight but Fall to Kennett


  • The West Ladies needed to play their "A" game Thursday along with a little help from Kennett to win their first round match against the 11 seeded team.  They did play well, but it was not enough as Kennett won the match 15-10,15-6.    The season is now over and the Team is looking forward to the upcoming Banquet.   More details coming soon.



(10/24/01)
  • District Playoff Match is at Kennett


  • The West Ladies will enter the District playoffs as the #22 seed and Match up against Kennett High School (#11 seed).   The Match will be played Thursday Evening at 7:00 PM at Kennett HS(Directions)



(10/23/01)
  • Ladies Methodical in Their Win over Truman


  • The West Ladies just took care of business in Monday's final regular season Match.   They defeated the Tigers 2-0 with scores of 15-12,15-11.    The JV team won in three tough-long games   The next action will be in the District Playoffs,and is rumored to be on Thursday, but I have not been told for sure.



(10/19/01)
  • Ladies Drop a Match to Neshaminy


  • After their usual slow start (0-4) the West ladies came back to win game 1, 15-12.   They then went down hill as they lost the remaining two games by scores of 9-15 and 12-15      The JV team won in three games   The next action is Monday at Truman and rumor has it, that it is a night Match 6:15 / 7:30 PM. (Directions)



(10/17/01)
  • The Senior Night Team Stomps Council Rock


  • The West ladies put on a clinic after the Senior night festiities were concluded.   They started just a little slow as they got off to a 2-13 start, but they then started their comeback even though they lost the first game 11-15    They then were dominant as all phases of their game came together in defeating the Rock in the last two games 15-6,15-2.   Passing, Digging, Serving, Setting, and Hitting were supurb after the first game was 1/2 over. (Nice job ladies!!)   The JV team lost in two games   The next action is Thursday at Neshaminy 3:30 PM. (Note the change to a Day match)(Directions)



(10/14/01)
  • JV Ladies Put on a Good Show at the Council Rock Tournament


  • The West JV ladies played in their first Tournament of the season at Council Rock.   They had a good day in going 5-1 in Pool-play, with a split against Pennsbury and 2 game wins against Methacton and North Penn.    They then were slotted in the Semi-finals against the Host team Council Rock.   They were not able to pull off the victory as they lost in three very tough games.   They will be able to get revenge right away though as the next match is Tuesday Night against Council Rock at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM. (It is Senior night -- Come out to support the graduating seniors)



(10/13/01)
  • Ladies Fight Hard Against North Penn


  • The West ladies played a Carbon Copy of the previous North Penn match again on Friday night against the Maidens.   They lost the first game 7-15, but came out inspired in the second game with some good serving which kept North Penn off balance the whole game.    The West ladies took the second game 15-11, but could not pull off the upset as they lost the 3rd game 8-15.   The JV team won their match in two games.   The next match is Tuesday Night against Council Rock at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM. (It is Senior night -- Come out to support the graduating seniors)



(10/12/01)
  • Ladies Home Match at East was not Memorable


  • The West ladies started both games the same way on Thursday, by falling behind and then coming back to bring the games close at 4-5.   The first game did not go well as West lost 15-6, but the second game had a little more hope.    The West ladies took the lead in the game 6-5 and 8-6 before East started it's comeback.   After a timeout East came out a little more inspired and pulled out to a lead and came back to win the second game 15-12.   The JV team lost their match to East in two games.  The next match is Friday night against North Penn at West 6:15 / 7:30 PM.



(10/10/01)
  • Note to Self #2


  • Please note the following Schedule changes.  

    -- Thursday's Match against C.B. East has been moved to C.B. East  

    -- The North Penn Match is now being played on Friday 10/12  





(10/10/01)
  • Ladies Toughs one out Against Abington


  • The West ladies started off in good shape Tuesday night, handing the revenge-minded Abington a 15-8 defeat.   The Team then fell asleep and let Abington back in the Match as they lost to the Ghosts 11-15.    After Jeff had a long between game talk with the ladies they came back and defeated Abington in the third game 15-10.       The next action is on Thursday in a Home Match which has been switched to C.B. East. 6:15/7:30 PM (Directions)



(10/8/01)
  • West Plays Tough in SOL Tournament


  • The West ladies started the day, bright and cheerful, and ended the day injured and sick.   The Team started Pool-play very well as they got out to a 8-0 record before meeting up with another undefeated team(Abington).    After splitting with Abington, the injured fingers, hands, and ankles started taking their toll.   Added to those injuries were illnesses with Jen and Julie, and suddenly the team seemed short on players.     The ladies fought hard and won their last match against Norristown, to end up with an 11-1 record and first place in the Pool.   The day was then extended for the very tired Buckettes as they were placed into the semi-finals against the eventual tournament winners from North Penn.    They again fought hard and came away with a 11-15,10-15 defeat. All-in-all a very successful day. (Nice job Ladies)   The next action is on Tuesday at West against Abington. 6:15/7:30 PM



(10/6/01)
  • West loses Match to a Sluggish Pennsbury Team


  • They normally dominate, but this night Pennsbury did not do much right, just enough to defeat the West Ladies.   Game one was won by Pennsbury after the ladies fought back to get within 11-14, the Referees determined that West had exceeded it's Substitution Maximum and awarded Pennsbury the Game point.    Game 2 Pennsbury dominated after West went out to a 5-0 lead.    Pennsbury won the second game 15-6.     The JV team lost their match in 2 games.   The next action is at the SOL Tournament today at Quakertown 8:00AM. (Directions)



(10/3/01)
  • Ladies Look Tired in Loss to Truman


  • They normally take a while to get going, but on this night, despite Game 2, they just could not get it all together.   Game one with everyone contributing to the mistakes was a loss 6-15    Game 2, behind the strong serving of Meghan Sarao was a 15-0 blowout of the Tigers    Game 3 was more struggling and a 15-17 loss.     The JV team won their match in 2 games.   The next match is a change from Thursday to Friday evening at Pennsbury 6:15/7:30 PM (Directions)



(10/2/01)
  • Note to Self:


  • Please note the following Schedule changes.  

    -- Thursday's Pennsbury Match has been moved to Friday Evening 10/5/01  

    -- Truman Match has been moved from Thursday 10/25 to Monday 10/22 and will be a Day Match  

    -- The Neshaminy Match on October 18 has been changed to a Day Match



(10/2/01)
  • Ladies Play their Best Match Yet


  • They took awhile getting started (Down 3-11), but they finally did as they tied the game up 12-12 before North Penn put the first game away 15-12   The second game was a real battle, no - probably a war as the West ladies stayed in the game the whole way.    They were behind almost all game and at 11-14 it looked like it was over, but West came back and won the game 16-14.    They looked like they were drained after that game and sure enough it was a rough third game in losing 6-15.     The JV team won their match in 2 games, in what was a pretty easy night for the young ladies.   The next match is Tuesday night at West against Truman 6:15 / 7:30 PM



(9/30/01)
  • Ladies Look Great in Win over Pennridge


  • The win over Neshaminy was good, but the win over Pennridge was Great.   The Ladies came out real slow in the first game losing something like 14-4, but they finally turned on the switch and scored 6 straight points before making the mistake that cost them the game 10-15.    The second game started where the first left off as the Ladies were dominant, playing as they have not played all season in winning 15-2.    They continued their great play in the third game winning 15-5.     The JV team won their match in 3 games to a tough Pennridge Team.   The next match is Monday night at North Penn 6:15 / 7:30 PM (Directions)



(9/26/01)
  • Ladies Pull Through with a Big Win over Neshaminy


  • West was Dr. Jekel/Mr. Hyde last night in a 3 game Win over Neshaminy.   The Ladies came out rocking as they convincingly defeated the Redskins 15-5.    The second game was the opposite as Neshaminy dominated West in a 15-9 victory.    West came out in the third game and hung on to win a close one 15-11.     The JV team lost their match in 3 games to a very tall Neshaminy Team.   The next match is Friday night at Pennridge 6:15 / 7:30 PM (Directions)



(9/25/01)
  • Ladies Don't Have Enough for Council Rock


  • West fell to a very Tall Council Rock team last night after keeping the first game close for what seemed like 15 minutes and a 5-4 score.   The Rock went on to dominate the rest of the game finishing a 15-6 victory.    The second game was even more promising as West went out to a 3-0 lead and hung in until they were down 8-10.    Rock went on to win the second game 15-8.     The JV team looked good, in winning a tough 3 game Match, in which the second and third games were very close   The next match is tonight at West against Neshaminy 6:15 / 7:30 PM



(9/14/01)
  • Ladies Put up a Nice Fight Against East


  • You thought it would not be close, with one of the best teams in the conference against, well- not one of the best.   The Ladies were winning in both games. After going down 0-4 in the first game they came back and took a 5-4 lead against the heavily favored Patriots.    It did not last however and East went on to win the first game 15-6.   The Ladies went on to play a terrific second game in which they led almost the entire game until East took a 14-11 lead, but the ladies were not done yet as they managed to tie up the game at 14, before East pulled it out 16-14.     The JV team looked great, in winning their match in two games 15-0 & 15-10   The next match is not until Monday Sept 24th at Coucil Rock 6:15 / 7:30 PM(Directions)




(9/11/01)
  • Today's Match has been Cancelled





(9/11/01)
  • Today's Match has been moved to the Middle School(Right next to the High School





(9/10/01)
  • Ladies Look Better in Their Second Tournament


  • You like to think that a young team improves as the season goes along, and thats what it looked like on Saturday at the Coatsville Tournament.   The Ladies only won 1 game last Saturday, and won three this past weekend.    They were in a few of the other games and it just looks like they are starting to work together a little bit more than they had a week ago.    The Ladies next play on Tuesday afternoon at Abington 3:30 PM(Directions)   Please note:  Varsity will be playing at 3:30 with the JV Following.




(9/6/01)
  • Ladies Play a Carbon Copy of Tuesdays' Match


  • You like to think that every Match is different or unique, but Wednesdays' match against Mt. St. Joes was an exact duplicate of Tuesdays match against Pennsbury   The first game started with MSJ getting the lead and it looked like it was going to be a blowout, but the ladies came back behind the serving of Krista Eiser to take the lead in the game.   MSJ then came back to take the lead and win the game something like 15-7.   The second game was dominated by MSJ from the start and they went on to win 15-4    The Ladies next play on Saturday in a Tournament at Coatesville (Directions)




(9/5/01)
  • Ladies Give All They Had Against Pennsbury


  • The always tough Pennsbury Falcons came into town on Tuesday, and came away with a victory , but not before the Lady Bucks gave them a tough game.   The first game started with Pennsbury going up 5-2 and it looked like it was going to be a blowout, but the ladies came back behind the serving of Krista Eiser to take the lead 8-5.   Pennsbury then called a timeout and came back to take the lead and win the game 15-10.   The second game was dominated by Pennsbury from the start and they went on to win 15-4    The Ladies come right back with a Non-league match tonight at Mount St. Joes 6:15/7:30 PM (Directions)




(9/4/01)
  • Tough First Tournament Day for the Ladies


  • The Liberty Tournament is always a tough tournament since it is the first real games of the season, but the young Bucks had a learning experience on Saturday.   The day started by going 0-6 in the seeding Pool, before the afternoon playoff Pool, where the ladies started 0-4 before picking up their first victory against Holy Name.   Throughout the day there were some great plays made and some not-so-great plays as well.   The Girls will start anew tonight with their first regular season match against Pennsbury at West 6:15/7:30 PM   Bring your cheering section with you.




(8/31/01)
  • Matches Needed to Fill Schedule


  • As many of you know Bensalem has dropped their program and as such the scheduled matches against them are scratched.   We are currently looking for replacement Matches to fill the schedule.    If any program is interested in competing against the CB West ladies, please contact Jeff Wismer at 215-723-2272   




(8/29/01)
  • Ladies Second Scrimmage is also a Rollercoaster


  • The second scrimmage also was a rollercoaster, but not in the same way as the first scrimmage.   This one started and ended with big disappointments which sandwiched some very exciting Volleyball action.   The first disappointment was the fact that the opponent (Norristown) never showed up, and the ladies had to scrimmage against themselves.   After Andrea's JV team beat Krista's JV Team in 2 games, the Varsity ladies started play against coaches and several other players.    The ladies played very well and won the first 2 games and were leading in the third before the second disappointment.   The West ladies were really into the game diving and digging and hitting some really nice balls, when Nicole Rowe made an unbelievable save on a ball next to the stands.   Unfortunately, Nicole did not get up and somehow injured her knee.   Nicole, hope you get well soon !!   Next up for the ladies is a Tournament on Saturday at Liberty H.S.(Directions) ,   Please note: We still need volunteers for Snackbar duty. It really doesn't hurt !!




(8/22/01)
  • Ladies Scrimmage a Rollercoaster


  • The Pre-season got underway on Tuesday with Thud.   The first game was something like 13-0 PW before the West ladies got their feet on the ground.      They managed to come back and score 5 of the next 7 points.   Games 2 and three were a better showing as West won both games something like 15-10 and 15-12.   The JV Girls did exactly the opposite, winning their first game and losing the final two. It looked like they were having a good time playing what was probably the first organized games for some of them.  Next up for the ladies is Norristown at Home on Tuesday 8/28 , 6:15/7:30 PM  Please note: We still need volunteers for Snackbar duty.




(8/18/01)
  • Time Change for Tuesday's Exhibition


  • Varsity will play at 3:30 and JV will play immediately afterward on Aug. 21 at Plymouth Whitemarsh.   

    Note : Parents meeting is scheduled for 8/20 at 8:30 PM.




(8/15/01)
  • Ladies Volleyball Schedule Posted


  • The 2001 Girls schedule is out and can be viewed by the link on the left of this page.   In addition to the games listed, there will be two exhibition games scheduled.   
    Aug.21 at Plymouth Whitemarsh 6:15/7:30 PM
    Aug.28 at Home vs. Norristown 6:15/7:30 PM
      
    For those new to the Website there are Driving Directions in the link to the left under General Links   

    Note : Parents meeting is scheduled for 8/20 at 8:30 PM.




(8/13/01)
  • Website switch to follow C.B. West Girls Volleyball


  • Well it's that time of year again where we switch to cover the West Ladies.    The ladies have had a nice relaxing spring where no one even thought about volleyball, right ladies?....NOT!!!    In all honesty they have been working hard in the off-season with "Club ball" and leagues and Camps.    It is now time for tryouts the week of August 13. - Good luck ladies.    Stay tuned the schedule will be posted in a day or two.(Hint - the first exhibition game is 8/21 at PW)

    Note : Parents meetings are scheduled for 8/13 & 8/20 at 8:30 PM.



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(11/28/00)
  • West Ladies Have a Nice Banquet to Commemorate the Season


  • The West Ladies held their Awards Banquet at the Plumsteadville Inn on Sunday 11/16/00 at 12:00 Noon with a Brunch Buffet. A good time was had by all. Jeff's Sermon was that while an 8-8 season may have been disappointing for some, he thanked the Seniors for bringing back more respect for the opponents. The Ladies spoke, one after another, about what special moments this year's team had from "Team Camp" at Lockhaven through the end of the season. (It sounded like Team Camp was a special time for the Ladies) Team Honors and Awards were given out as well as Conference Awards. See the Ladies Honors & Awards Page for details. We wish the Seniors good luck in the Future, we will miss you!!



(10/27/00)
  • West Wins Last Match of the Season


  • The West Ladies could not hope for a better finish to the season as they took on the Truman Tigers on Senior night and won in two games. After a stirring Ceremony honoring the 7 Seniors, a seniors only Team played the first game and soundly defeated Truman 15-7. The second game was more of the same as more of the Team got action. Towards the end of the game the Seniors came out of the game, so they could be recognized, and the turnover of CB West Volleyball to the underclassmen acknowledged. The second game ended with West winning 15-9. The Win moves West's final record to 8-8 for the season. Next up is the Banquet on November 26th at the Plumsteadville Inn at 12:00 Noon. Information will be mailed to the players during the week of October 30th.



(10/25/00)
  • West Loses to North Penn


  • The West Ladies could not finish out the game after they were up 5-1 in the first game Tuesday evening in North Penn High School. North Penn tied up the game and then proceeded to take the lead and win the game 15-10. In the second game the younger Ladies got some game action, and what a game it was, as it was close all the way. It was a back and forth game all the way with many side outs and bad Ref. calls and went into overtime, but NP ended up the winner 18-16. The loss moves West's record to 7-8 with 1 match remaining in the season. The next Match is Thursday at West against Truman(Senior night).(6:15/7:30 PM). Come support your Seniors!!



(10/20/00)
  • West Lets One Slip Away


  • The West Ladies could not close out Neshaminy after leading in the third game 8-4. In a high "Side-out" game Neshaminy worked their way back into the game and took the lead towards the end and beat the Bucks 15-12. The first game West led most of the way and also gave it up in the end 12-15. The second game West dominated the Redskins 15-8. The loss moves West"s record to 7-7 with 2 matches remaining in the season. The next Match is Tuesday at North Penn.(6:15/7:30 PM). (Directions)



(10/18/00)
  • West Starts Weak and Loses in Two to Council Rock


  • The West Ladies could not get on track Tuesday evening at Council Rock as they lost the first game 3-15. The second game was more competetive, but West could not come through, as the Rock won 15-12. Missy Ludwig led the team with 4 kills. The loss moves West"s record to 7-6 with 3 matches remaining in the season. The next Match is Thursday against Neshaminy at West.(6:15/7:30 PM).



(10/17/00)
  • West Plays Everyone in Win Over Bensalem


  • The whole Team played well in defeating Bensalem 15-6,15-2 on Monday evening. The win moves West"s record to 7-5 on the season. Serving was the key part of the ladies game as they had 18 service Aces. There is no time to reflect as they come back to play in a big match on Tuesday Evening at Council Rock.(6:15/7:30 PM). (Directions)



(10/13/00)
  • West Gives East a Tough Match


  • The West Ladies, in constrast to normal Matches, came out with their guns blazing and gave the favored Patriots all they could handle in the first game. West started the game with a 7-1 lead but after an East timeout could not sustain the momentum and ended up losing the game 11-15. The second game East dominated 15-6. West's record now stands at 6-5. Erin Cavanaugh led the Bucks with 10 Kills. The next League match is against Bensalem on Monday evening at CB West (6:15/7:30 PM).



(10/11/00)
  • West Ladies Win at Abington


  • The West Ladies had a tough first game, but managed to pull it out and go on to win the match in two games to raise their record to 6-4. The first game found West behind most of the game as Abington played real good defense and brought the ball back in tough places for the West Ladies to handle. West came back in the end to pick up the win 17-15. The second game was a little less stressful as West took it to Abington, behind the serving of Nicole Kushman, 15-2. Leading Stats. for the team were pretty much spread out since the whole roster saw action. The next League match is Thursday evening at CB East (6:15/7:30 PM). (Directions)



(10/9/00)
  • West Ladies Left Intensity in Doylestown


  • The West Ladies did not bring their "A Game" to Quakertown for Saturday's Tournament and were knocked out in Pool play. The Team managed just 2 wins in the 8 game Pool play. The next League match is Tuesday afternoon at Abington (3:30 PM). (Directions) Note: Schedule says 3:45 start time, but the last time I got there at 3:45 the first game was almost over.



(10/4/00)
  • West "Wake-up Call" came too Late to Defeat Pennsbury


  • The West Ladies took a whole game to get in the groove and play Pennsbury tough. The first game was a total team effort in losing 15-2, nothing went right as the game was over in 15 minutes. The second game was a completly different story as the West ladies came to play. West went ahead early and kept a 1-2 point lead almost the whole game until it was 11-9 West. Then Pennsbury rallied to win the gome 15-9. Top Stats were pretty much spread throughout the Team, except for the 15 Digs from Mandy Greenstein. The next Action will be a Tournament Saturday at Quakertown HS.(Directions) The next League match is Tuesday afternoon at Abington (3:30 PM). (Directions)



(10/3/00)
  • West "Late to the Party", but Takes the Door Prize


  • The West Ladies were late arriving at Truman HS, due to bus problems, but came through in two come-from-behind wins to raise their season record to 5-3. After arriving 20 minutes late for the match the ladies had an abbreviated warmup and started playing right away. They fell behind 1-6 and 2-8 before getting their "Act" together. West methodically brought themselves back into the game and won it 15-10. The second game started with West taking a 4-1 lead before they fell into a Funk and were giving the game back to Truman 13-10. After a timeout West managed to score 5 unanswered points to take the second game 15-13. Top Stats were pretty much spread throughout the Team, except for 4 Aces from Missy Ludwig. The next League match is Tonight against league leading Pennsbury at CB West(6:15 PM/7:30 PM).



(9/29/00)
  • West "CAV"ulry Comes in to Defeat North Penn


  • The West Girls played a spirited Match Thursday night after Erin Cavanaugh went down on the first serve of the Match with a chipped bone in her Elbow. The ladies fell behind in the first game, only to come back and tie it, and fall behind again. The Team came together in the end after tying the game at 10 West ran off 5 points to win it 15-10. The second game started with North Penn taking a 3-1 lead before the ladies kicked it in gear and dominated the Maidens 15-7 to raise their record to 4-3 with one more match(Truman) left in the first half of the season. Krista Eiser had 5 kills, Mandy Greenstein had 4 Aces and Robin Niles 11 Assists to lead the team. The next League match is against Truman on Monday at Truman(Varsity=3:30 PM, JV=4:30 PM). (Directions)



(9/27/00)
  • West Wins a Hard Fought Battle at Neshaminy


  • The West Girls played in new Rotations on Tuesday evening but still held on to win in two close, back and forth, games at Neshaminy High School. The ladies started out a little slow in a 3-5 hole, then regrouped behind the seven straight serves for points by Missy Ludwig to take a 10-5 lead. Neshaminy came back to make it a close game again before West held on for the victory 15-12. The second game started with Neshaminy taking a 3-1 lead before what seemed like a 1/2 hour of side outs which kept Neshaminy ahead 5-3. West then went on a mini run which put them into the lead. but not for long as Neshaminy regrouped and came back to take the lead. The rest of the game was more of the same as the lead changed hands often before West made the late run in overtime to win the game and the match 17-15. Erin Cavanaugh had 10 kills, Krista Eiser had 4 Blocks, and Missy Ludwig had 9 Digs to lead the team. The next League match is against North Penn on Thursday evening at CB West(6:15/7:30 PM).



(9/22/00)
  • West Ladies Have a Tough time of it With Council Rock


  • The West Girls played tough but could not come up with a victory against Council Rock Thursday evening. They started out a little slow in a 2-8 hole, then regrouped to tie the game at 8-8. Council Rock went on a streak of their own scoring 4 straight points to take a 12-8 lead. Again West came back to score 6 straight points to take a 14-12 lead, but they could not put CR away as they came back to win the game 16-14. The second game CR led almost the whole game by a couple of points and pulled the game out with a 15-13 victoy. Erin Cavanaugh led the team with 6 kills. The next League match is a match against Neshaminy on Tuesday evening at Neshaminy(6:15/7:30 PM). (Directions)



(9/20/00)
  • Ladies Team Photograph Coming Up


  • The Volleyball Team photograph for the Yearbook will be taken on Thursday before the Council Rock Match at 5:40 PM. Team Members may purchase photographs at a cost of $5.00 for a 5x7 or $8.00 for an 8x10. To download an order form go to this Website: FORM



(9/20/00)
  • Ladies Have a Relaxing Time at Bensalem


  • The West Girls played with a relaxed atomosphere on Tuesday evening and defeated the Bensalem Owls in two games. After Monday's tough emotional loss to Arch rival CB East this match was a welcomed relief. The Starters took care of business in the first game, except for a short 3 straight points by the Owls, West took it to them 15-4. The second game allowed Coach Wismer the opportunity to get some of the younger Girls some Varsity League action. The game went back and forth until late in the game when Bensalem took a 12-10 lead. West regrouped and held off the Owls to win the game 15-13. The next League match is a match against Council Rock on Thursday evening at CB West(6:15/7:30 PM).



(9/19/00)
  • West Loses a Tough One to Arch Rival - East


  • The West Girls played some of their best Volleyball Monday evening, but fell to CB East in Three games. The first game started very well with West taking a 6-1 lead before an East timeout. East then came back to make it a close game, but West finished strong behind the serving of Lauren Arnold to win the game 15-10. In the second game nothing went right for the West Ladies who fell 6-15. The deciding game started out much the same as West went down 2-7, but they fought back, and managed to tie it at 10-10. East then went up 2 points and managed to pull out the victory 15-13. Erin Cavanaugh finished the night with 11 Kills to lead the Team. The next League match is a match against Bensalem on Tuesday evening at Bensalem(6:15/7:30 PM). (Directions)



(9/18/00)
  • West Does Their Usual Saturday Thing


  • The West Girls played Saturday like they had the two previous Saturdays, a little slow to start but came on at the end. The West Ladies started the day going 0-6 in their first three matches in the 5 team Pool. With the top 4 teams moving on to the playoffs, it was important to win the last two games in Pool play to advance. They played well in two close games to win both and move on. The first playoff game was against Gettysburg one of only three teams which had defeated the girls in "Team Camp" this past summer. The West ladies took it to the Gettysburg team winning something like 15-9. This moved them into the semifinals of the Silver Bracket where they played their best Volleyball of the day, Digging, Passing, Hitting, and Blocking like they had never done, but they still fell in two close games 12-15,13-15. The next League match is a rescheduled match against CB East which will be played Monday Sept 18 at CB West (6:15/7:30 PM).



(9/13/00)
  • West Plays Better to Even Their Record


  • The West Girls played a little better in their second league match against Abington to even their league mark at 1-1. After a slow start the West Girls took control of the first game and went on to win it 15-5. The second game was similiar with West going out to a lead and then went thru a slow period, only to come on at the end to win the second game 15-8. Michelle Durning had 5 Aces, Missy Ludwig had 4 Kills, and Erin Cavanaugh had 4 Blocks to lead the Team. The next competition is Saturday at Susquehannock High School(Directions) at 8:00 AM for an all-day Tournament.(Come support the Team). The next League match is a rescheduled match against CB East which will be played Monday Sept 18 at CB West (6:15/7:30 PM).



(9/11/00)
  • West Has a Better Tournament This Past Saturday


  • The West Girls played a little better in Saturday's Steel Spike Tournament, than they had last Saturday at the Liberty Tournament. After the first game(where they seemed asleep) the girls played well going 4-3 after the initial sleepwalking. The five Team Pool consisted of the Home school - Coatesville(1-1), Ridley(1-1), Cherryhill East(2-0), and Emmaus(0-2). West finished with a 4-4 record in a three way tie for second place and into a tie-breaking game for the second week in a row. Coatesville was the first Team up for the Bucks, a team it appeared earlier we could beat. The game went back and forth, and just as it looked like we were going ahead for good, the home team rallied to win the tie-breaking game and send our girls home. The next League match is this coming Tuesday(9/12) at CB West at 6:15/7:30 PM against Abington.



(9/6/00)
  • West Loses To Pennsbury in First League Match


  • The West Girls were a little inconsistent in losing their first league Match at Pennsbury Tuesday evening. The girls had a tough time of it in the early going as Pennsbury went out to a 7-1 lead. After a timeout West scored a few points to bring the game back to respectability at 7-5. Pennsbury then turned it on again and took an 11-5 lead. Then in an incredible run West ran off 8 straight points to take a 13-11 lead. This time it was Pennsbury who took a timeout and also responded with 4 straight to win the first game 15-13. West was obviously shaken by the loss and came out in the second game again down 7-1. They tried hard to bring the game back but could not in losing 5-15. Erin Cavanaugh had 9 kills and Krista Eiser served eight points to lead the Team. The next competition is Saturday at Coatesville High School(Directions) at 8:00 AM for an all-day Tournament.(Come support the Team). The next League match is this coming Tuesday(9/12) at CB West at 6:15/7:30 PM against Abington.



(9/4/00)
  • West Ladies Have Up/Down Day in First Extended Action


  • The first Tournament of the Season got off to bad start as the Lady Bucks went 0-6 in their opening seeding Pool. Looking back on it, showed the three teams they played were pretty decent Teams.(Notre Dame, Freedom and Burnt Hill) The last place finish moved them into the Silver Division of the Tournament where things started to turn around. The girls went 3-3 in the Pool splitting with each Team. The last of the 3 Matches was against the eventual winner Carlisle and we had lost the first game. They had to win the last game to finish in a second place tie to enter the playoffs. With Carlisle looking like one of the best teams it looked like a tough task but the girls came through with a big win. This win put them into a tie-breaking playoff game against Tioga. The Ladies came up big again in defeating Tioga and entering the Semi-final playoffs against the tough foe Burnt Hill who had defeated the Bucks early in the morning. The single game elimination started off very badly for West as they found themselves in an 4-11 hole. West however, was not finished in the extreme heat and humidity, they fought back and tied the game and eventually win it 15-13. The big comeback put them into the Finals against Carlisle where the ladies just didn't have enough left in the tank and fell 6-15. So, a second place finish in the Silver bracket was good for a nice medalian and helped the girls feel good about themselves after a rocky start that morning. Nice job Ladies!! The first League match is this coming Tuesday(9/5) at Pennsbury HS at 6:15/7:30 PM. (Directions)

    (8/30/00)
    • West Defeats Norristown in a Sloppy Scrimmage


    • The West Girls looked inconsistent in defeating Norristown in three games on Tuesday. The girls had serving errors and communication breakdowns which cost them the second game. Erin Cavanaugh had 10 kills, Krista Eiser & Lauren Arnold had 3 Aces each to lead the Team. The next competition is Saturday at Liberty High School(Directions) at 8:00 AM for an all-day Tournament.(Come support the Team). The first League match is this coming Tuesday(9/5) at Pennsbury HS at 6:15/7:30 PM. (Directions)



    (8/26/00)
    • West Defeats Ply. Whitmarsh in First Scrimmage


    • The West Girls looked good in defeating Ply. Whitemarsh in three games on Tuesday. The girls got the kinks out and learned to play together with their new Teammates. The next(and last) scrimmage is this Tuesday(8/29) at Norristown HS at 3:30 PM.(Directions)



    (8/16/00)
    • Girls Volleyball Schedule Posted


    • The West Girls Volleyball Team Schedule has been posted and can be seen with the link on the left hand side of this Website or by following the link below. The First two matches are scrimmages and are listed below.

      Tues.   8/22  Ply Whitemarsh  Home  10:00 AM
      Tues.   8/29  Norristown        Away  3:30 PM

      2000 Schedule



    (8/6/00)
    • Girls Go to Volleyball Camp


    • Many of the West Girls Volleyball Team went to a week long Volleyball camp at Lockhaven University. The girls played very well during the week ending up 3rd out of 19 teams with a 14-3 record. Leaders for the 17 games were:

      Kills:                31   Erin Cavanaugh
      Kill Attempts:   75   Erin Cavenaugh
      Kills %:         .264   Erin Cavenaugh
      Aces:               21   Mandy Greenstein
      Blocks:            18   Erin Cavenaugh
      Passes:         2.25   Krista Eiser
      Digs:               23   Mandy Greenstein
      Assists:            68   Robin Niles


      For further details check out the Lockhaven 2000 Stats Page



    (8/8/00)
    • Girls Volleyball Tryouts


    • The West Girls Volleyball Team will conduct Tryouts starting Monday August 14th. Players will be competing for a spot on the Varsity or Junior Varsity Teams which will play in the Fall season. Open gym is being held on Tuesday(8/8) and Thursday(8/10) for all those who enjoy playing some Volleyball - Come on out and join the fun. Open gym runs from 6:00 - 8:00.



    (6/29/00)
    • Website shift to follow Girls Volleyball


    • The West Girls Volleyball Team is hard at work on Tuesday and Thursday nights getting ready for the Fall season. Open gym is being held for all those who enjoy playing some Volleyball - Come on out and join the fun. Open gym runs from 6:00 - 8:00.



    1999 Roster

    1999 Statistics

    1999 Schedule & Results

    (11/6/99)
    • CB West Girls put up a fight in the Quarterfinals


    • The West Ladies Volleyball team fought hard but fell to Pennsbury and Ridley to get knocked out of the Double-elimination quarter final tournament. West's first match was against Pennsbury, who they had defeated two times this season, but this time fell 15-6,15-10. This moved the Bucks into the loser bracket against the second seeded Ridley. The lady Bucks had difficulty coming back against such a difficult opponent and fell 15-6,15-11. The final record of the team was an excellent 18-4 for the 1999 season.




    (11/4/99)
    • CB West Girls defeat Penncrest to move into the final Eight


    • The West Ladies Volleyball team took care of business in defeating #14 seeded Penncrest in two games 15-9,15-4. The third seeded Bucks played good defense and blocked well in winning their second round District 1 playoff game. The Bucks now look forward to the meeting 6th seeded Pennsbury at Quakertown High School(Directions) on Friday evening. Time of the match is 6:00.




    (11/4/99)




    (11/2/99)
    • CB West Girls knock Wm Tennent from District playoffs


    • The West Ladies volleyball team started the District playoffs on a positive note when they eliminated Wm. Tennent in two games 15-3,15-8. The third seeded Bucks played excellent defense and served well in knocking off the 30th seeded Panthers. The Bucks now look forward to the meeting 14th seeded Penncrest at CB West on Wednesday night at 7:00.




    10/28/99)
    • CB West Girls finish the league schedule with a win


    • The West Ladies volleyball team finished the season 15-1 in league play after defeating North Penn in two games 15-1 and 15-11. Their final regular season record was 16-2. The Bucks now look forward to the district playoffs where they will meet William Tennent at CB West on Monday. The time of the match will be 7:00 or 7:30 most likely it will be 7:00




    10/26/99)
    • CB West Girls have tough time defeating Neshaminy in three games to clinch Conference


    • The West Ladies volleyball team came out a little sluggish against Neshaminy but managed to hang on and defeat the Redskins in three games.(7-15,15-8,15-3) West looked out of sink in the first game and lost 15-7. The Bucks regrouped and managed to win a very hard fought second game. The third game came a little easier thanks to the girls serving. West boosted its league record to 14-1 and clinched the SOL National Conference. West's last league match is Thursday at North Penn(3:45/5:00). (Directions)




    10/21/99)
    • West Girls lose their first league match to CB East


    • The West Girls Volleyball team looked a little apprehensive in losing to their arch-rival CB East in three games(4-15,15-6,7-15). West's league leading record fell to 13-1 with 2 matches remaining. West could not make good passes on East's serves, which made Cathy Fetter run all over the court to attempt setting the ball. West's next match is Tuesday at West against Neshaminy(6:15/7:30).




    10/18/99)
    • West Ladies defeat Bensalem in two games


    • The West Girls Volleyball team took care of business by defeating Bensalem in a SOL National Conference Match in two games 15-6,15-4. West boosted its league leading record to 13-0 with 3 matches remaining. Sarah Rickards led the Bucks with 7 serving Aces. West's next match is Thursday at West against their crosstown rivals CB East(6:15/7:30).




    10/15/99)
    • Bucks defeat Council Rock in two games


    • The West Girls volleyball team took Council Rock Indians in a SOL National Conference Match in two games 15-8,15-13. West boosted its league record to 12-0 with 4 matches remaining. The key to the two game match was the Buck's relentless defense and good serving. West's play was very spirited with every team member diving all over the floor to save rallies. West's next match is Monday at West against Bensalem(6:15/7:30).




    10/12/99)
    • CB West Girls defeat 2nd place Pennsbury in a great match


    • The West Girls volleyball team took a two game lead in the SOL National Conference by defeating the second place team, Pennsbury , in two great games 15-13,15-13. West boosted its league record to 11-0 and Pennsbury dropped to 9-2 with its two losses coming at the hands of West. The key to the two game match was the Buck's 13 service Aces. Ruth Young led the Bucks with 4 Aces and four kills. Both games went back and forth all night long with each team taking a 2-3 point lead. West was able to come through at the end with the strength of their serving. West's next match is Thursday at Council Rock(6:15/7:30). (Directions)




    10/11/99)
    • West Ladies defeat Truman in 2 games


    • The West Girls volleyball team remained undefeated in their league with a two game defeat of Truman(15-5,15-11). Sarah Booth had 7 kills to lead the Bucks in the prelude match to the big showdown with Pennsbury. The top two teams in the league play on Tuesday at West(6:15/7:30).



    10/8/99)
    • CB West Girls Hand Abington 2 game loss


    • The West Girls volleyball team took care of the Abington team in two games(15-6,15-4)on Thursday to remain unbeaten in their Conference(9-0). The star of the game was Ruth Young with 7 service Aces. Chianne Leuz and Ruth Young led the team with 5 kills each. West's next match is Monday at Truman(3:30). (Directions)



    (10/5/99)
    • CB West Girls Handle North Penn


    • The West Girls volleyball team took care of business Tuesday night in defeating the North Penn Maidens 15-7,15-7. Erin Cavanaugh led the team with 9 kills. Ruth Young and Lauren Arnold had three serving Aces each. West's next match is Thursday at Abington(3:30). (Directions)



    (9/30/99)
    • Sluggish CB West defeats Neshaminy


    • The West Girls volleyball team looked like it was sleepwalking during the first game of the match with Neshaminy. Neshaminy was ahead for most of the game until the very end when West scored a few points in a row to defeat the Redskins 15-13. The second game went a little easier with West winning 15-4. West's next match is Tuesday at Home against North Penn(6:15/7:30)



    (9/28/99)
    • Fans spark CB West to victory over CB East


    • The West Girls volleyball team looked like a sure bet to go down to their first league defeat Tuesday night after losing the first game 15-6 and trailing in the second game 10-2. But a strange occurance took place as East's coach called a timeout and went over to talk to the "Up-Ref". The Ref. immeadiately talked to the Athletic director, who in turn went to a group of CB West fans and told them they were too loud during play. West then was dominant for the rest of the match spurred on by not just the loud group of fans, but now the entire CB West Fan base which was now 10 times louder than before. West went on to beat the East girls 15-13 in the 2nd game and 15-10 in the last game. West's next match is at Neshaminy.(Directions) on Thursday Afternoon at 3:30.



    (9/25/99)
    • CB West Volleyballers look sluggish at Tournament


    • The West Girls, playing their third Tournament of the year looked sluggish during Saturdays all day marathon. West went 5-3 in the Pool Play to tie for 2nd with fellow District 1 team from Council Rock. That tie required a playoff game, since only two teams went on to the playoff round. Council Rock and West played a very hard fought game with West coming out on top. This win placed West into a 8 team field with mostly District 3 tesms in it. Who did West draw as an opponent? Pennsbury HS, who West had defeated in two games the week before. The resulting match was one of the best of the year as it went a full three games with some overtime involved. Pennsbury came out on top to move into the semifinal round. West's next match is at CB East on Tuesday Night.



    (9/23/99)
    • CB West loses to Mt. St. Josephs in 3 hardfought games


    • The West Girls, playing their third match in three days did not look like the same team that went through the first two weeks undefeated. Mt. St. Joes. defeated West in a three game Match after coming back from losing a hard fought first game(15-13,4-15,9-15). The next match is the Steel Spike Tournament on Saturday at Coatesville HS.(Directions) at 9:00 AM.



    (9/22/99)
    • CB West defeats Council Rock in two games


    • The West Girls Volleyball Team was pressed but still managed to defeat Council Rock in straight games 15-7, and 15-11. The first game was tied at 3 when West went on a run and scored 9 straight points, thus ending the game. The second game West went out to a lead only to have CR come back to tie the game 11-11. West then scored 4 unanswered points in and around many side-outs. The next match is a Non-League match at Mt. St. Josephs(Directions) on Thursday at 3:45.



    (9/21/99)
    • West Girls hand Bensalem a loss in two games


    • West made quick work in handing Bensalem a loss in two games 15-2, and 15-9. The first team easily won the first game after starting out a little sluggish. The second team was inserted for he second game and managed to stay ahead of Bensalem throughout the game. The next match is at Home against Council Rock on Wednesday at 6:15/7:30.



    (9/18/99)
    • The West Team placed fourth out of 20 teams in the Susquehannock HS. Warrier Inv. Tournament. The team appeared to win the games it should have and lost the games against teams which were better than they were. In "pool play" they went 6-2 with the two losses against the eventual Tournament winners. The next match is at Bensalem(Directions) on Tuesday at 6:15/7:30

    (9/13/99)
    • West handles Truman in Two Games


    • The girls Varsity Volleyball team handed Truman a loss in two games 15-2 and 15-6. The win moves West's record to 3-0(2-0 SOL). The JV girls also won in three games to move their record to 2-1(1-1 SOL). The next Match is Tuesday at Pennsbury.



    (9/9/99)
    * CB West Girls beat a stubborn Souderton team by a chin.

    West, playing a Non-league Match, beat Souderton in three games 15-4,6-15, and 15-11. Sarah Booth gave up some skin diving for a ball and got three stitches on her chin to close up the wound. She finished the match after a patch was applied before going to the hospital. West's record is 2-0, 1-0(SOL) The next match is at home on Monday Vs. Truman.

    (9/7/99)
    * CB West Girls get off to Rocky Start.

    After jumping out to a good start in the first game against Abington, West lost 11-15. After regrouping West came back to dominate the next two games 15-3 and 15-6 to jumpstart their season record at 1-0.