CB West Tennis 2022

CB West Tennis 2022

Ethan Maher, Editor

This is the year for CB West tennis to take it all the way.

The CB West Boys Tennis team has been on a roll, with a so-far undefeated season (a record of 8-0) and big wins against top teams like Upper Dublin and North Penn. Led by seniors Alex Kouznetsov and Andrei Bogdan at first and second singles, respectively, the team has been stomping everyone they have faced.

Not only that, but the team has also picked up several new players to help out the veterans. Kevin Su, a sophomore transfer, has taken the third singles spot, and freshmen Ruhaan Vaidya and Saumil Sharma have also been playing well in their varsity positions. John Cawley, senior, has also just began playing tennis for CB West this year and, along with Saumil, has been dominating at second doubles.

However, although this season has been smooth sailing so far, the team has yet to face its biggest regular season challenge: CB East. East, also undefeated with a record of 11-0, has been showing some serious strength and is crushing teams left and right. The matchup will take place on this upcoming Wednesday and will decide who wins the conference. The winner will be guaranteed a spot to move on to playoffs, so it’s very high-pressure for both teams.

The match will be a good one and hopefully a win for West—this is likely going to be our best chance to win the conference in a while, since Alex, Andrei, John, and another varsity senior, Tushar Kukuwatta, will be leaving next year.

If the team loses, they’ll still have a shot to make playoffs through a wild card spot, but will most likely have a worse draw (i.e. have to play a better team). Nevertheless, West is looking great this year and, if all goes well, will be advancing to playoffs after our game with East.

Go Bucks!



Sadly, CB West lost against East 5-2 on Wednesday, but will still have chance to secure a berth in the district playoffs with a wild card spot.