Giana DiMarco hit a 3 at the buzzer to lift Bishop Shanahan over Notre Dame Academy!! So proud of Giana as she rehabbed an ankle injury relentlessly, spending her summer in the gym for 2-3 workouts a week to get ready for her HS season. Let’s goooooo, G!
Will Soucie went for 15 points and 14 rebounds to lead Gill St. Bernards to a win over West Catholic. Soucie’s stock is rising up the 2020 recruiting board with his size and new found touch from behind the arc.
A HUGE congratulations are in order for Anna Camden, as she scored her 1,000th career point in a Shipley victory over Peddie School!!! Anna has worked diligently in the offseason to be a top 10 scorer and three-point shooter in SE PA. Only a junior, she already holds several D1 offers. Her drive and passion to be the best makes it a privilege to work with her! Let’s go, Anna! #gatorball
Congrats to my guy, Anthony Pompilii in leading his team to a victory over rival Rising Sun! Anthony who finished with 13, has developed his game significantly over recent months. Just a sophomore, I’m excited about what lies ahead!
Moving TJB to the point has really given Westtown a boost. His natural passing ability, combined with his basketball IQ and shooting ability has added another weapon to an already loaded Westtown attack.
Paige Lauder had 19 points and 10 rebounds to help guide the Hurricanes to an upset win over perennial powerhouse Gloucester Catholic!
Mason Mosley helped lead Friends Central to a win vs. Salesianum by hitting what turned out to be the game-winning three with 16.6 seconds left in the Rondae Jefferson Classic!
Cam Reddish has risen to the nation’s top recruit in the most recent edition of the 2018 247 Sports rankings. Cam’s work ethic is an excellent example for all those who look up to him.
Shipley Forward, Anna Camden helped guide her Gators to wins over Conestoga and Oxford to earn MVP honors of the WCU Christmas Tournament!
Wonderful piece by Brian Hamilton, on our guy, Mo Bamba, providing a little insight into his background growing up. Mo, the athlete is no doubt a game-changer, but what many already know at Westtown, and what people are finding out at UT, is Mo the man is so much more.