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Coach Bob Heiser is seen here during his days at Eastern York. He’s now an assistant at Dallastown.(Photo: FILE PHOTO)

DALLASTOWN — The best coaches aren’t necessarily more skilled or talented than their lesser-regarded peers.

What often separates them is their support staff.

One doesn’t have to look too far to know that is certainly the case. York Catholic girls’ basketball coach Kevin Bankos is undeniably one of the wisest coaches around. Entering his 10th season at York Catholic with 230 career victories, the Irish have captured nine straight District 3-AA titles (and 10 overall) under Bankos’ watch, while advancing to six PIAA title games, winning two of them.



York Catholic’s Maura Palandro, right, is seen here in action from earlier this season vs. Susquehannock. York Catholic’s Amanda Tufano is at

York Catholic’s Maura Palandro, right, is seen here in action from earlier this season vs. Susquehannock. York Catholic’s Amanda Tufano is at left and Susquehannock’s Gena Speights is at center. Palandro will play NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse at Kennesaw State in Georgia. (DAWN J. SAGERT —

Kennesaw State University and Florida Institute of Technology might be a long way from York County.

But they felt like home to York Catholic’s Maura Palandro and Tommy Bowser. On Wednesday, the two lacrosse standouts for the Fighting Irish signed National Letters of Intent. Palandro will attend Kennesaw State in Georgia to play for the NCAA Division I program, while Bowser will play for the Division II program at Florida Tech.



Many high school basketball players dream that their play on the court will someday help them earn a college scholarship.

For the past 14 years, however, there has been an another opportunity for every player throughout the York-Adams League to make that dream a reality, without worrying about points, rebounds and assists.



Royce Gerber

Royce Gerber

Royce Gerber dedicated his life to helping students — inside and outside of the classroom.

Whether he was working to build up the drivers’ education program at Dallastown High School or providing instruction to young athletes, Gerber went about his job without seeking recognition.

Gerber, 70, a longtime teacher and coach (basketball and baseball) died on Oct. 5 following a long battle with cancer.

A Celebration of Life service for Gerber will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Dallastown High School auditorium.



Central York quarterback Nik Strine hands the ball off to running back Shyheim Goff during the Panthers’ game at South Western on Monday. The

Central York quarterback Nik Strine hands the ball off to running back Shyheim Goff during the Panthers’ game at South Western on Monday. The landscape of football in Pennsylvania changed drastically on Wednesday when the PIAA voted to expand the football playoffs from four classes to six classes. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO —

MECHANICSBURG – It wasn’t the first time in the PIAA’s history that the idea of expanding to six classes for high school football was kicked around.

But, after Wednesday’s vote, it was the first time it was approved.



The Northeastern boys’ volleyball team poses with the PIAA Class AA state championship trophy in 2013. The PIAA is considering expanding the number

The Northeastern boys’ volleyball team poses with the PIAA Class AA state championship trophy in 2013. The PIAA is considering expanding the number of classes in the football playoffs, which could lead to expanded classes in other sports, too, such as volleyball. (RYAN VANDERSLOOT — For The York Dispatch)

A high school state sports championship should mean something truly special.

It should be the culmination of years of blood, sweat and tears.

It should be a symbol of not just sustained excellence, but unrivaled greatness.



York Tech winners of the 2015 Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Awards are Donte Grim, left, and Keevon Rice. Each received a 7,500 scholarship from the

York Tech winners of the 2015 Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Awards are Donte Grim, left, and Keevon Rice. Each received a 7,500 scholarship from the Gretchen Wolf Swartz Sportsmanship Award committee. (SUBMITTED)

The annual sports awards night at York Tech on June 3 was extra special this year for Donte Grim and Keevon Rice.

The seniors benefited from the boys’ basketball team having won its first Gretchen Wolf Swartz Sportsmanship Award at the end of the season. Grim and Rice recently won the two individual $7,500 scholarships awarded to senior members of the program.

The Spartans’ program was selected after the basketball season in a vote of the York Chapter of the PIAA Basketball Officials. The Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Fund board of directors then selected the individual scholarship winners in May.

Although Rice went to the ceremony knowing he had won something, the scholarship and what it was for came as a complete surprise.

“When we found out we got invited to the awards, and that everyone had won something, I thought mine would be for my attendance,” said Rice, who only missed one day of school from kindergarten through his high school graduation.

Grim had a slight idea that the scholarship was a possibility, but was still surprised to hear his name called.

“It was a nice surprise,” said Grim of winning the award. “I had a little bit of an idea it might come. It really means a lot.”

Gretchen Wolf Swartz was a York County basketball official from 1981 through 1995. Following her untimely death from leukemia in 1997, her fellow officials created the memorial team awards and a scholarship fund to promote and honor the sportsmanship she championed.

Each year, at season’s end, the York-Adams basketball officials vote to recognize one boys’ and girls’ program. The winning program displays the highest conduct all season long on many levels, including its players, fans, faculty, students, managers, coaches and cheerleaders, ranging from junior high through varsity.

This was the first year the Tech boys were chosen. The Biglerville girls’ program was also honored this season. Rebecca Isaac and Maddie Wenk were also awarded $7,5000 scholarships. The Canner girls were previously honored in 2007 and 2011. The Biglerville boys received the award in 2009.

Grim was not only delighted with winning the scholarship, but proud he could help the program win the award as well.

“It was a real honor because me and Keevon were the first to ever get it from Tech,” Grim said.

Rice echoed his teammates’ sentiments.

“That was a big thing, knowing that it was our first time ever winning,” Rice said. “And it was a big help to my college funds.”

Grim said he is leaning toward attending Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology to study either mechanical engineering or machining. He is also considering playing basketball for the school.

Rice, who also played football for the Spartans, is temporarily putting aside his athletic career to focus on architectural drafting at Pittsburgh Technical Institute. He is open to the possibility of a transfer to pursue college basketball in a few years.

Biglerville High School winners of the 2015 Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Awards are, front, from left, Rebecca Isaac and Madeline Wenk. In the back,

Biglerville High School winners of the 2015 Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Awards are, front, from left, Rebecca Isaac and Madeline Wenk. In the back, from left, are Gretchen Wolf Swartz Sportsmanship Award board members Pat Gebhart and Coni Wolf, and Biglerville athletic director Anthony Graham. (SUBMITTED)

This year’s $30,000 in total scholarships reflects a significant increase over last year, when one member from each winning team won a $7,500 scholarship, and another from each team won a $2,500 scholarship.

The first scholarships – both in the amount of $1,000 – were awarded in 2001. More than $50,000 in scholarship dollars have since been awarded.

— Reach Elijah Armold at



Delone Catholic’s Maddie Comly, center, battles Dallastown’s Samantha Smith, left, and Debria Hendricks this past season. Comly was named to

Delone Catholic’s Maddie Comly, center, battles Dallastown’s Samantha Smith, left, and Debria Hendricks this past season. Comly was named to the Class AA all-state girls’ basketball team. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

Three York-Adams League players and two more from the now-closed Hilda Goodling Impact Academy have been named to the Pennsylvania Sports Writers All-State Basketball Teams.

Delone Catholic’s Maddie Comly was selected to the Class AA Girls’ First Team, while Dallastown’s Amari Johnson was picked for the AAAA Girls’ Second Team.

On the boys’ side, York High’s Jahaire Wilson named to the AAAA Third Team. In Class A boys, Caesar DeJesus from the Goodling prep team was selected for second-team honors, while Juwan Gooding, from the Goodling scholastic squad, made the third team in Class A.

The 5-foot, 7-inch Comly was the leading girls’ scorer in the York-Adams League at 22.8 points per game. The senior moved up to the AA First Team after earning second-team honors as a junior.

Comly helped the Squirettes to a 21-7 overall record, a share of the York-Adams Division III championship and a berth in the York-Adams League championship game.

She finished her career with 1,648 points and has earned an NCAA Division I scholarship from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey.

Comly was also an all-state volleyball player and helped Delone to the AA state girls’ volleyball title as a junior.

Johnson has also earned an D-I scholarship with Rhode Island.

The 6-1 senior averaged 16.8 points per game this past season, helping Dallastown to an 18-7 overall record, including a York-Adams Division I crown.

She moved past the 1,000-point mark for her career against rival Red Lion in early February.


Wilson, meanwhile, was a do-everything performer for the Bearcats (26-5), leading them to York-Adams Division I, York-Adams League Tournament and District 3-AAAA titles. The 6-4 senior averaged 18.0 points, 11.6 rebounds and 3.3 blocks per game.

He topped the 1,000-point mark for his career in mid-January against Spring Grove.

DeJesus, a 6-3 senior, pumped 23.4 points per game for the Goodling prep team. He’s now finishing his high school studies at Steel-High.

Gooding, a 6-foot senior, poured in 23.8 points per game for the Goodling scholastic team, helping them to a 12-8 record and a District 3-A crown. Shortly after winning the district championship, the Goodling school closed down because of financial difficulties and the Goodling scholastic team forfeited its right to compete in the state playoffs.

— Reach Steve Heiser at




PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kelly Jekot, Cumberland Valley

COACH OF THE YEAR: Bill Wolf, Cumberland Valley


Jackie Benitez, Poncono Mountain West, 5-9, Sr., 26.3

Cecily Carl, Mechanicsburg, 6-3, Sr., 15.8

Alayna Gribble, Norwin, 6-0, Sr. 17.5

Kyla Irwin, State College, 6-2, Jr., 20.0

Kelly Jekot, Cumberland Valley, 6-0, Jr., 19.2

Nicole Munger, Central Bucks West, 5-10, Sr., 17.5


Michaela Gelbaugh, Central Dauphin East, 5-10 Sr., 14.3

Amari Johnson, Dallastown, 6-1, Sr., 16.7

Ashley Jones, Cheltenham, 5-7, So., 22.6

Amanda Kalin, Pine-Richland, G, 5-8, So., 21.4

Maria Palarino, Penn-Trafford, 5-10, Sr., 17.5

Deja Rawls, Abington, 5-7, Sr., 12.3

Brittany Robinson, Central Dauphin East, 6-2 Sr., 17.2


Mackenzie Carroll, Central Bucks West, 5-10, Sr., 11.4

Julie Cross, Upper Dublin, 6-2, Sr., 15.0

Abby Gonzales, North Allegheny, 5-7, Jr., 11.6

Andi Lydon, Shaler, 6-2, Sr., 16.4

Mary Sheehan, Cardinal O’Hara, 5-10, So., 12.5

Kristen Smoluk, Palmyra, 5-10, Sr., 11.9

Courtney Zezza, Plum, 6-3, Sr., 16.9


PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Chassidy Omogrosso, Blackhawk

COACH OF THE YEAR: Steve Lodovico, Blackhawk


Aubree Brown, Archbishop Wood, 6-0, Sr., 12.1

Bailey Greenberg, Archbishop Wood, 5-11, Jr., 13.3

Alyssa Monaghan, Bonner-Prendergast, 5-7, Sr., 18.0

Chassidy Omogrosso, Blackhawk, 5-5, Sr., 27.1

Kalista Walters, Bethlehem Catholic, 6-0, Sr., 22.1

Sammie Weiss, McGuffey, 5-11, Sr., 25.9


Jenay Faulkner, Greencastle-Antrim, 5-11, So., 17.0

Jess Genco, Scranton Prep, 5-4, Sr., 15.2

Alexa Golden, Chartiers Valley, 5-9, Sr., 16.0

Kaitlyn Lewis, North Pocono, 5-7, Sr., 21.0

Devon Merritt Berks Catholic, 6-2, Jr., 17.2

Claire Oberdorf, Greensburg Salem, 5-7, Sr., 27.1

Maddie Ritsick, Crestwood, 6-0, Jr., 24.3


Miranda Hoover, Susquenita, 5-10, Sr., 18.5

Kayla Kline, Mifflinburg, 5-10, Jr., 21.0

Kayley Kovac, Jim Thorpe, F, 5-11, Fr., 24.6

Allison McGrath, South Park, 5-10, Jr., 17.8

Lexi Posset, Beaver, 5-7, Sr., 22.7

Kaitlyn Slagus, Belle Vernon, 6-2, Sr., 22.6

Courtney Vannoy, Blackhawk, 5-11, Sr., 12.2


PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ciani “C.C.” Cryor, Neumann-Goretti

COACH OF THE YEAR: Andrea Peterson, Neumann-Goretti


Sydney Bordonaro, Burrell, 5-7, Sr., 20.6

Maddie Comly, Delone Catholic, 5-7, Sr., 22.8

Ciani “C.C.” Cryor, Neumann-Goretti, 5-5, Sr., 11.5

Alexis Lewis, Holy Redeemer, 5-9, Sr., 27.1

Sianni Martin, Neumann-Goretti, 5-8, Sr., 12.5

Cassidy Walsh, Seton-LaSalle, 5-9, Sr., 11.3


Megan Eripret, Salisbury, 6-3, Sr., 18.3

Theresa Fachetti, Harbor Creek, 5-8, Sr., 20.6

Brooke Hinderliter, Redbank Valley, 5-8, Jr., 20.0

Ana Hollen, Bellwood-Antis, 5-7, Sr., 17.1

Deja Reynolds Imhotep Charter, 5-8, Sr., 11.3

Kayleigh Semion, Dunmore, 5-6, Sr., 13.8

Ahnje “A.J.” Timbers Neumann-Goretti, 5-11, Sr., 10.6


Christina Aborowa, Neumann-Goretti, 6-4, Sr., 6.0

Becca Gravatt, Franklin, 5-9, Sr., 22.4

Karlee Krchnavi, Palisades, 6-0, Jr., 17.9

Tiffany Lapotsky, North Schuylkill, 5-6, Jr., 15.8

Nicolette Newman, Seton-La Salle, G, 5-7, Sr., 14.0

Conor Richardson, Carlynton, 5-10, Sr., 20.8

Haley Thomas, Bishop McCort, 5-10, Sr., 16.1


PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Brenna Wise, Vincentian

COACH OF THE YEAR: Ron Stacchiotti, Old Forge


Martine Fortune, Shipley, 6-4, Sr., 12.9

Madison Johnson, Keystone, 5-9, Sr., 20.5

Chelsey Koren, Blairsville, 5-11, Sr., 18.1

Maria Morgan, Bucktail, 5-6, Sr., 28.0

Tori Tansley, Old Forge, 5-7, Sr., 17.0

Brenna Wise, Vincentian, 6-1, Sr., 20.8


Lili Benzel, Bishop Guilfoyle, 5-8, So., 19.3

April Bocian, Kennedy Catholic, 6-3, Jr., 11.4

Maci Bower, Millville, 5-11, Jr., 22.8

Sam Breen, Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, 6-2, So., 22.8

Ali Hillson, North Penn-Mansfield, 5-8, Jr., 14.3

Nia Holland, Shipley, 5-5, Sr., 11.9

Emma Spinelli, Shade, 5-4, Jr., 21.6


Torrieoanna Cash, Vincentian, 5-9, Jr., 8.4

Keyen Green, Phil-Mont Christian, 6-1, Jr., 20.9

Lexi Griggs, Vincentian, 6-0, Jr., 7.9

Bronwyne Mellott, McConnellsburg, 6-0, So., 22.2

Maci Thornton, Clarion, 5-5, Jr., 21.0

Mikayla Vaughn, Friends Central, 6-3, So., 17.6

Lexi Wozniak, Portage, 5-4, Jr., 14.8



PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Tony Carr, Philadelphia Roman Catholic

COACH OF THE YEAR: Chris McNesby, Philadelphia Roman Catholic


Levan “Shawn” Alston, Haverford School, 6-4, sr, 19.4 ppg

Tony Carr, Philadelphia Roman Catholic, 6-4, jr, 12.8 ppg

Chris Clover, St. Joseph’s Prep, 6-3, sr, 20.7 ppg

Sammy Foreman, Martin Luther King, 6-1, sr, 14.2 ppg

Matty McConnell, Chartiers Valley, 6-2, sr, 29.5 ppg

Jahaad Proctor, Harrisburg, 6-3, sr, 24.4 ppg


Cole Constantino, North Allegheny, 6-2, sr, 23.4 ppg

Kobe Gantz, McCaskey, 6-4, jr, 17.8 ppg

Kason Harrell, Hempfield (D-7), 6-2, sr, 25.2 ppg

Amir Hinton, Abington, 6-4, sr, 19.8 ppg

Lamar Stevens, Haverford School, 6-7, jr, 18.3 ppg

Lonnie Walker IV, Reading, 6-4, so, 17.0 ppg

Derrick Woods, Pennsbury, 6-8, sr, 16.3 ppg


Nazeer Bostick, Philadelphia Roman Catholic, 6-3, jr, 12.5 ppg

Luke Connaghan, Archbishop Wood, 6-5, sr, 19.0 ppg

Ramon Creighton, Taylor Allderdice, 6-1, jr, 12.0 ppg

Jonny David, Mount Lebanon, 6-2, sr, 18.5 ppg

Gemil Holbrook, Philadelphia Roman Catholic, 6-4, sr, 13.9 ppg

David Krmpotich, La Salle College, 6-7, sr, 13.7 ppg

Jahaire Wilson, York, 6-4, sr, 18.1 ppg


PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Derrick Jones, Archbishop Carroll

COACH OF THE YEAR: Greg Lezanic, Indiana


Milik Gantz, Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt, 6-4, sr, 18.3 ppg

Quade Green, Neumann-Goretti, 5-11, so, 17.8 ppg

Derrick Jones, Archbishop Carroll, 6-7, sr, 19.3 ppg

Lamarr “Fresh” Kimble, Neumann-Goretti, 6-0, sr, 14.5 ppg

Nehemiah Mack, Susquehanna Twp., 6-0, jr, 14.1 ppg

Daron Russell, Imhotep Charter, 5-10, so, 16.5 ppg


Sam Allen, Lewisburg, 6-8, jr, 21.9 ppg

Tarojae Brake, Octorara, 6-2, sr, 22.5 ppg

Daylon Carter, Ambridge, 6-4, sr, 24.0 ppg

John Castello, Mars, 6-5 jr, 17.8 ppg

Zane Martin, Neumann-Goretti, 6-2, jr, 16.5 ppg

Riley Stapleton, Indiana, 6-4, sr, 13.1 ppg


Travis Blankenhorn, Pottsville, 6-2, sr, 16.6 ppg

Josh Creach, Beaver Falls, 6-6, so, 17.7 ppg

DaShon Giddings, Delaware Valley Charter, 6-4, sr, 16.5 ppg

Donovan Jeter, Beaver Falls, 6-5, so, 17.5 ppg

Dom Keyes, Steel Valley, 6-7, sr, 19.4 ppg

David Morris, Erie Strong Vincent, 6-1, so, 20.1 ppg

Tim Rose, Scranton Prep, 6-0, sr, 15.2 ppg

Josh Sharkey, Archbishop Carroll, 5-10 jr, 12.4 ppg


PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Stevie Jordan, Conwell-Egan

COACH OF THE YEAR: Frank Sciolla, Conwell-Egan


Jair Bolden, Westtown, 6-4, jr, 17.0 ppg

Nelly Cummings, Lincoln Park Charter, 6-0, so, 24.5 ppg

De’Andre Hunter, Friends Central, 6-7, jr, 20.8 ppg

Stevie Jordan, Conwell-Egan, 5-10, jr, 16.8 ppg

Stephon McGinnis, Aliquippa, 5-9, sr, 17.0 ppg

Trey Staunch, West Middlesex, 6-5, sr, 23.6 ppg


Kyle Datres, Loyalsock Twp., 5-10, sr, 10.2 ppg

Noah Davis, Bellwood-Antis, 6-3, jr, 24.7 ppg

Tim Guers, Germantown Academy, 6-3, sr, 16.4 ppg

Jason Kenny, Mid Valley, 6-2, sr, 21.4 ppg

LaPri McCray-Pace, Conwell-Egan, 6-2, jr, 11.4 ppg

Ryan Norkus, Seton-La Salle, 6-3, sr, 18.1 ppg

Kody Trude, West Branch, 6-4, jr, 21.4 ppg


Julian Collazo, Lancaster Mennonite, 6-0, sr, 23.2 ppg

Vinny Dalessandro, Conwell-Egan, 6-7, jr, 10.5 ppg

Austin Gilbertson, Camp Hill Trinity, 6-2, so, 17.8 ppg

Sam Lindgren, Germantown Academy, 6-6, sr, 12.6 ppg

Matthew Miller, Upper Dauphin, 6-1, jr, 24.1 ppg

Romano Sebastiani, Greensburg Central Catholic, 6-4, sr, 22.7 ppg

Ben Sosa, Loyalsock Twp., 6-2, sr, 15.9 ppg


PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ahmad Gilbert, Constitution

COACH OF THE YEAR: Robert Moore, Constitution


Samir Doughty, Math, Civics & Sciences, 6-4, sr, 24.5 ppg

Ahmad Gilbert, Constitution, 6-7, sr, 17.6 ppg

Brandon Martinazzi, Bishop Carroll, 5-9, sr, 22.4 ppg

Malik Miller, Farrell, 6-3, jr, 20.0 ppg

Nate Sestina, Cameron County, 6-8, sr, 21.5 ppg

Kimar Williams, Constitution, 6-1, sr, 16.2 ppg


Chad Andrews-Fulton, Constitution, 6-7, sr, 11.0 ppg

Julian Batts, Jeannette, 5-11, sr, 22.4 ppg

Caesar DeJesus, Goodling Impact Academy, 6-3, sr, 23.4 ppg

Dane Jackson, Cornell, 6-1, sr, 28.0 ppg

Sagaba Konate, Kennedy Catholic, 6-8, jr, 16.1 ppg

Tyerell Mann, Notre Dame-East Stroudsburg, 6-4, sr, 23.0 ppg

Lavelle Rush, Monessen, 6-1, jr, 18.1 ppg


Kevin Anderson, St. John Neumann, 6-1, so, 19.1 ppg

Michael Bryja, Portage, 6-4, sr, 20.5 ppg

Bo Burleigh, North Penn-Mansfield, 6-2, sr, 18.3 ppg

Juwan Gooding, Goodling Impact Academy, 6-0, sr, 23.8 ppg

R.J. Laugand, Clarion-Limestone, 5-11, sr, 17.6 ppg

Nasza Short, St. John Neumann, 6-2, sr, 18.9 ppg

Jeff Yordy, Pottsville Nativity, 6-2, sr, 22.4 ppg

Girls: Team#1

Emily Clinton – NO

Taryn Crone – NO

Jensen Sneeringer – NO

Debria Hendricks – Dtown

Amari Johnson – Dtown

Katie McGowan – Dtown

Kelsey Wisner – CY

Kayleigh Thomas – SW

Maddie Comly – DC

Rebecca Issac – Bville

Shannon Kuhn – BS

Coaches: Scott Wisner – CY

Mike Sanders – NO

Team #2

Kari Lankford – WY

Emily Wood – WY

Sela Fuhrman – WY

Claudia Mingora – YS

Ashley Meyer – NE

Payton Hauck – NE

Leah Myers – EY

Haley Nalls – EY

Annie Lehr – YC

Marissa Ressler – YC

Hannah Laslo – YC

Coaches: Marley Klunk – Dover

Cheryl Land – EY

Boys: Team #1

Jahaire Wilson – YH

D’Montie Shaw – YH

CJ Boxley – YH

Peter Falci – CY

Sam Saxton – CY

Stone McCreary – RL

Austin Albright – DTown

Darius Rowlette – SW

Jimmy O’Boyle – DC

David Riley – Fairfield

Donte Grim – YTech

Coaches: Kevin Schieler – CY

Scott Motter – Ltown

Team #2

Diego Torres – WY

Kyle Einsig – WY

Ryan Beck – Dover

Derrick Hoffman – NE

Michael Coleman – NE

Colin Bortner – Gburg

Tyler Lampe – Gburg

Dylan Krieger – Han

Paul Martello – YC

Josh Stroup – BS

Coaches: Brian Schmoyer – Dover

Jeff Bair – Gburg

Division II Division Overall
W L W L Off PPG Def PPG 3’s Games L Games Diff
West York 14 0 29 1 60.3 35.1 109 30 14 25.2


West York 359 567 63.3

Year Player # Total Points Games Avg 3-pointers FT Made FT Att. FT%
Sela Fuhrman sr 1 213 29 7.3 0 41 60 68.3
Charizma Johnson jr 2 73 29 2.5 11 16 28 57.1
Aryon Williams soph 3 4 8 0.5 0 2 4 50.0
Angelique Hawkins fr 5 15 9 1.7 2 3 5 60.0
Kari Lankford sr 21 436 29 15.0 11 122 188 64.9
Olivia Sollberger jr 22 158 29 5.4 0 24 36 66.7
Morgan Bamberger jr 23 114 30 3.8 18 12 19 63.2
Emily Wood sr 24 467 30 15.6 66 71 91 78.0
Emma Tyndall u 25 18 20 0.9 0 8 17 47.1
Elle Stine jr 30 115 30 3.8 0 23 48 47.9
Paige Keiser jr 32 0 0 0 0 0
Catie McCarty soph 33 0 1 0.0 0 0 0
Katie Tallman jr 44 115 29 4.0 0 23 43 53.5
Paige Keiser jr 50 11 7 1.6 1 0 0
Paige Weekly soph 52 68 21 3.2 0 14 28 50.0
Hannah Thorr jr 55 2 7 0.3 0 2 2 100.0


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