Category Archives: Basketball

Gantz, Collazo make All-State Teams

Kobe Gantz Highlights: Jullian Collazo Highlgihts: McKaskey’s Kobe Gantz and Lancaster Mennonite’s Jullian Collazo have been named to All-State basketball teams this week. Gantz was named to the Class AAAA…

Julian Collazo Player of the Year

Lancaster Mennonite’s Julian Collazo has won the L-L League Boys’ basketball Player of the Year award. The senior guard led the league in scoring during the regular season with a…

Alyssa Austin Player of the Year

Cedar Crest sophomore forward Alyssa Austin has been voted the L-L League Girls’ basketball player of the year. She helped Cedar Crest to win it’s first L-L League title since…

CV wins back-to-back PIAA titles

Making their third state final appearance in a row, the Cumberland Valley Eagles (32-1) have won their second PIAA Class AAAA title in a row. The 40-35 win against the…

McCaskey just misses finals 69-66

With just seconds left McCaskey’s Kobe Gantz floated a beautiful half court 3-pointer aimed at tying this dramatic Class AAAA semifinal PIAA game at Reading High School’s Geigle Complex. As…

McCaskey beats LaSalle, on to Final 4

With 4 seconds left, Tornado Tyler Owens’ slammed a put-back off of a Kobe Gantz play which led to a stunning 60-59 victory over La Salle College that puts McCaskey…

Kelly Jekot: Gatorade Player of the Year

Cumberland Valley’s 6-foot guard Kelly Jekot is this year’s Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year in Girls Basketball. Let’s take a look at what she has been a part of…

McCaskey to State Quarter Finals

For the first time in nearly a decade, JP McCaskey is heading to the PIAA Class AAAA quarterfinals. After knocking off District 1 champion Abington on Saturday, the Red Tornado…

State Playoffs: Cedar Crest wins 63-47

Josh Bucher slammed in four 3-point baskets, four 2-point baskets and went 9-for-10 free throw shooting for a total of 29 points. All of which helped the Falcons bounce back…

State Playoffs: Columbia wins 49-47

The Columbia Tide are going on to the PIAA Sweet 16. This undersized, history making squad took on a team with 9 players standing over 6’4″ or taller and walked…