Category Archives: Basketball

PIAA: CV beats Dover on to semi’s

Cumberland Valley, the number 3 seed from District 3, moves on to PIAA-AAAA state semifinal after beating Dover 45-36 at Milton Hershey arena. With the help of six first half…

PIAA: LaSalle beats Cedar Crest in OT

They were tied after the first quarter, the half and the fourth quarter. Cedar Crest had a 9 point lead with less than six minutes to go in the 4th…

ACC honors McCaskey’s Patterson

) Associated Press: Former McCaskey High School basketball star Lamar Patterson has been named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference second team. He leads U of Pittsburgh Panthers in scoring (17.6…

Best plays District 3 BB playoffs

Three of the plays were game winners. One a dominant display that led to Manheim Township girls’ first loss of the season. And one a series of plays that capture…

AC derails Barons’ amazing season

In the first round of PIAA Class AAA state championship basketball, Archbishop Carroll’s Derrick Jones scored 17 points to help defeat and end the Manheim Central Barons’ outstanding season. The…

PIAA: Wilson over Methacton 44-43

Round 1 PIAA Class AAAA: The Wilson Bulldogs had to go to the end of the game to beat Methacton Warriors. The video picks up play with about 3 minutes…

York comes back to win AAAA title.

Cedar Crest led at the half by 7 and at the end of the third by 9 points. At the end though it was York’s Kristopher Johnson nailing the game-winner…

Susquehanna Twp wins D-3 AAA title

Susquehanna Township has won their sixth 3A, District-3 Title thanks to a suffocating defense and a drive-to-the-basket force that was unstoppable. It was simply their night. The Manheim Central Barons…

AAA-Semi’s: W. Perry over Catholic 49-39

Megan Smith is her name. She poured in 30 points lifting the No.10 seeded West Perry Mustangs into the District 3-AAA finals by helping them beat the sixth seeded Lancaster…

AA Semi’s: Trinity 57 Columbia 52

Last year, when these two teams met in Districts, the Columbia Tide were blown out 69-33. This year it was a different attitude and physicality. Though Columbia (15-9) lost 57-52,…