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March 19, 2016 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
It started with a phone call. Then Cassie Sebold heard a loud bang on the Archbishop Wood girls' basketball team bus. "What the heck was that," the junior remembers thinking. Sebold heard the noise the night the Vikings won the program's second Catholic League championship. There senior Claire Bassetti was - less than an hour after the jubilation - on the phone with her father, Tom. "Do you have your white jersey in your bag?" he asked her that Monday night. The point guard proceeded to rummage - the loud noise the sound of her school shoes catapulting to the back of the bus. She checked and checked for her home No. 30 - the away No. 30 safely packed away - having worn it for 32 minutes on the floor of the Palestra.
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March 17, 2016 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
As the scoreboard starts to count down in the first quarter, Karly Brown prepares herself. Sitting on the bench for the Archbishop Wood girls' basketball team, the junior guard watches to get a "feel for the game. " She looks for potential matchups and to see how her opponents compare to the scouting report. Then the clock counts down some more. Who is lefthanded? Brown asks herself. Who is righthanded? It's the little details she focuses on. Then the clock strikes 5 minutes.
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March 16, 2016 | By the Inquirer Staff
Here is a look at the local girls' basketball teams set to play in Tuesday night's PIAA state semifinals: Class 4A: North Penn (29-3) vs. Cardinal O'Hara (25-3), 7:30 p.m. at Spring-Ford. This game was set up after two nail-biters in the quarterfinal round on Friday. North Penn, ranked No. 4 by the Inquirer, advanced to the state semifinals for the first time after slipping past Neshaminy, 42-41, and O'Hara, ranked No. 3, advanced with a 46-44 win over Garnet Valley. Expect O'Hara to play special attention to North Penn's Mikaela Giuliani and Jess Huber, although the Maidens often have balanced scoring.
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March 15, 2016
1 Win away from a third consecutive trip to the PIAA state final for both Archbishop Wood and Neumann-Goretti. 4 Local teams left across all classes of the PIAA state tournament: Archbishop Wood, Cardinal O'Hara, Neumann-Goretti, and North Penn. 27 Combined points for Garnet Valley freshmen Brianne Borcky and Emily McAteer in the state quarterfinals.
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March 14, 2016 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
Everything the Archbishop Wood girls' basketball players did Saturday afternoon looked to be second nature to them. Every cut. Every pass. Every defensive slide. But it started before the contest against Gwynedd Mercy even began. From the way the Vikings warmed up at Archbishop Ryan to the demeanor of the players during the announcement of starting lineups, it all seemed rather routine for them. Then Wood stepped onto the floor to compete, and it was more of the same. The Vikings had been there, done that - and the experience and composure showed.
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March 11, 2016 | By Trevor Newcomb, Staff Writer
The District 1 Class 4A champions are moving on to the quarterfinals of the PIAA boys' basketball tournament. Plymouth Whitemarsh marched onto the next round of the bracket with a 58-44 win over Bangor on Wednesday. Xzavier Malone led the charge for the Colonials, scoring 20 points in the game at the Geigle Complex in Reading. Mike Lotito scored 10 of his 16 points in a third quarter that saw PW outscore Bangor, 20-7. He also added five rebounds, three steals, and two assists.
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March 10, 2016
Boys' Basketball PIAA CLASS 2A SECOND ROUND Conwell-Egan 54, Minersville 51 Mastery North 85, Danville 52 Trinity 67, Parkway Center City 48 PIAA CLASS 3A SECOND ROUND Plymouth Whitemarsh 58, Bangor 44 Simon Gratz 64, Lancaster McCaskey 56 Roman Catholic 60, Central Bucks West 41 Chester 74, Spring-Ford 49 Parkland 54, Ridley 50 Girls' Basketball PIAA CLASS A SECOND ROUND Lourdes Regional 43, Jenkintown 29...
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March 8, 2016 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
Mary Greenberg's hands were placed firmly on her cheeks, her eyes wide with anticipation. Sitting about five rows up in Section 104 at the Palestra for the Catholic League girls' basketball championship, Greenberg's rapt attention was on the game. With time winding down in the contest, the team she was rooting for - Archbishop Wood - held a slight lead, and Greenberg could barely contain herself. And so both hands were planted on her face. That is, until the final buzzer. After it sounded, a beaming Greenberg quickly appeared on the court celebrating the win with the Vikings - even getting in a few post-celebration pictures.
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March 1, 2016 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
Odds are that people probably aren't going to notice Maureen O'Tormey on the basketball floor. She's fine with that. In fact, the PIAA basketball official thinks that means she is doing her job. "My goal is to be invisible on the court," O'Tormey said. "I don't want to draw attention to myself. " She isn't flashy. She doesn't over-gesticulate or highlight herself when she makes a call. No, O'Tormey simply goes about her business for 32 minutes of basketball - just like when she was a player at Lansdale Catholic.
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February 29, 2016 | By Tom Reifsnyder, Staff Writer
For one bout, it seemed the entire crowd at the District 12 Class 3A tournament Saturday had chosen to root for the same side. Raucous cheers from teammates, fans, and coaches reverberated around the gymnasium at Archbishop Carroll High School for South Philadelphia's Miles Lee, who was competing in his first-ever district tournament. The junior transfer from Palumbo gave the Public League its most emphatic championship victory of the afternoon, a 6-3 decision in the 195-pound class over La Salle senior and three-time district champion Anthony Piscopo.
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