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6 hrs ago | Pocono Record
Stroudsburg's Jacob Battle and Pocono Mountain West's Joe Wiggins, who both went over the 1,000-point milestone this season, and East Stroudsburg South's O'Neil Holder are on the first team for a second straight year.
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Pocono Mountain West was going to need a big year from Joe Wiggins and he knew the best way to provide it was to be as consistent as possible.
Tansley, coming off an 0-for-9 shooting night Wednesday, hit every shot she took in the third quarter, breaking open a close and boosting the Lady Devils into Tuesday's state semifinals with a 49-26 win over Jenkintown at Freedom High School.
Scranton Prep rattled off the first 12 points of the game, and Tricia Byrne's 10-footer in the paint with two minutes remaining put the Holy Cross-bound senior over 1,500 points for her career.
Brittany Hicks went from being a standout at York Catholic to a star player at York College.
The Hawks took a punch in the mouth, quite literally; pushed back - again, literally - and, in the last minute, launched themselves into the NCAA Tournament for the first time in six seasons.
That has certainly been true for the Holy Cross Crusaders, who are into the PIAA Class AA quarterfinals for the third straight season and fifth time in the program's seven-year history.
How they got there: Kennedy Catholic defeated Claysburg-Kimmel 45-38, and Vincentian Academy defeated Berlin-Brothersvalley 61-48 in the PIAA second round.
Megan Smith skies to block shot of Freire Charter star Chelsea Woods in West Perry's 69-26 rout of the Lady Dragons.
A quartet of experienced guards continued to shine and an emerginig talent announced her prescense as Monroe County's top frontcourt player.
Mercyhurst Prep coach Sean Baer didn't go into any long explanations regarding strategies or things the Lakers could have done differently Thursday.
Philadelphia Electrical and Technology Charter overcame a major scare from Holy Ghost Prep in the second round of the PIAA Class AAA state boys' basketball tournament.
The General McLane girls basketball team was primed to have a big season, but the Lancers are exceeding their own expectations.
After a cross-over dribble, he saw there was no weakside defensive help and slammed home a basket in the second quarter that gave Meyers a one-point lead.
A trio of York County athletes have helped Dickinson College advance to the NCAA Division III Sweet 16 in men's basketball.
Senior Jen Papich and junior Nettie Blake were named to the Daktronics All-Atlantic region second team Thursday afternoon.