Playoff Honor Roll

State Playoffs- Round 1


Jackie Kirwan and Caroline Reedy (Berks Catholic): Tied for the team high in field goals made with 3. Kirwan (9 points) made a game high 3 three-pointers to lead all players, while Reedy tied for second leading scorer honors on the Saints with 6 points. 


Gina and Elisa Fiore (Governor Mifflin): Gina led the Mustangs in both points (10) and three-pointers made (2), while Elisa was tied for second-high scorer for Mifflin with 5 points. 


Sophia Rasiul and Peyton McDaniel (Twin Valley): Rasiul had her highest scoring game since the opening round of districts, tallying 8 points. McDaniel led all scorers with 27 points scored, including 6 three-pointers, in the Raiders 51-42 win over Radnor. 




District Playoffs-Week 2


Lily Seyfert (Wyomissing): Led the Spartans in scoring in both games this week, averaging 24 points per game in that span. Reached 1000 career points in her final game of the season. 


Caroline Reedy (Berks Catholic): Averaged 16 points per games in the Saints two contests this week, including a game-high 20 in a loss to Spring Grove. 


Alexis Hess (Fleetwood): Led the Tigers in scoring with 19 points in the Tigers loss to Bermudian Springs in the consolation semifinals of the District 3 Tournament. 


Stella Mollica (Governor Mifflin): Averaged 15.5 points over two games this week as the Mustangs qualified for states, including a career-high 23 in a win over Dallastown. 


Peyton McDaniel (Twin Valley): Led Twin Valley with 23 points in both of the Raiders games this week, as the Raiders advanced to the finals of the District 3 Tournament. 










District Playoffs- Week 1


Peyton McDaniel (Twin Valley): Scored 16 points in the Raiders opening round district playoff win over Greencastle-Antrim, then followed it up with a 34 point performance in a quarterfinal win over Spring Grove, scoring her 2000th career point in that game.


Julia Kaskey (Fleetwood): Scored a career-high 20 points in the Tigers opening round district playoff victory over Kennard-Dale, and led all scorers with 14 in the Tigers quarterfinal loss to Lancaster Catholic.


Abby Rea (Schuylkill Valley): Scored 12 points and grabbed a team-high 16 rebounds in the Panthers overtime loss to Bishop McDevitt in the opening round of district playoffs. 


Sophie Emkey (Berks Catholic): Led all Saints scorers with 15 points in their 51-44 first round victory over Solanco.


Kaya Burkhart (Wilson): Led the Bulldogs in scoring with 16 points in their one-point loss to Hempfield in the opening round of district playoffs.









County Title Game


Governor Mifflin 52      Reading 34

Elisa Fiore (Mustangs): Scored a career-high 13 points in the BCIAA Championship Game, whole also recording 6 rebounds and a team-high 4 assists. 


Gloria Serrano (Mustangs): Tallied a double-double, scoring 11 points while pulling down a game-high 11 rebounds. 


Katara Key (Red Knights): Tied for high-scorer honors for Reading with 7 points while also leading the team in assists.

Natavia Walker (Red Knights): Scored 6 points on 3 for 4 shooting and garnered a team-high 7 rebounds.













Governor Mifflin 45 Twin Valley 41


Stella Mollica (Mustangs): Led Mifflin in scoring with 16 points, including two made three-pointers and 8 out of 10 free throws made.

Peyton McDaniel (Raiders): Led all scorers with 21 points, her 17th game this season with at least 20 points scored.


Reading 47 Berks Catholic 44 (OT)


Kya Washington (Red Knights): Led All scorers with 17 points, her 19th game scoring in double figures this season.

Caroline Reedy (Saints): Led BC in scoring with 14 points, the third consecutive game in which she tied or led the Saints in scoring.







Second Place Tiebreaker       Thursday, February 6


Berks Catholic 54   Schuylkill Valley 40

   Sophie Emkey (Saints): Scored a season-high 16 points, while also primarily taking care      

of the ball-handling duties.

   Abbey White: Point guard scored a team-high 11 points, and pulled down 5 rebounds


Round 1      Saturday, February 8


1) Twin Valley 74     Brandywine Heights 36

    Natali Foster (Raiders): Scored a season-high 16 points, leading Twin Valley in scoring.

    Ashlyn Clark and Olivia Daddona (Bullets): Tied for team-high scorer honors, each    

 scoring 14 points and making 2 three-pointers each.



2) Governor Mifflin 54    Wilson 35

   Gloria Serrano (Mustangs): Scored 20 points, coming within 2 of her career-high. She is 

averaging 20.3 points over the Mustangs last 3 games.

   Kaya Burkhart (Bulldogs): Led Wilson in scoring with 11 points, extending her streak of  

games with double digit points to 17.



3) Berks Catholic 57       Fleetwood 45

    Caroline Reedy (Saints): Tallied a double-double by scoring 10 points and grabbing a  

team-high 10 rebounds

     Alexis Hess (Tigers): Led all scorers on both teams with 15 points and tied for the team-

high with 8 rebounds.



4) Reading 53         Wyomissing 51

    Katara Key (Red Knights): Came within two points of her season-high, scoring 18 to lead 

 Reading in scoring.

    Lily Seyfert (Spartans): Led all scorers in all playoff games played, with 27 points, while 

 also grabbing 10 rebounds.









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Weekly Honor Roll

January 27-February 1

Abby Rea and Cassidy Rittenhouse (Schuylkill Valley): Rea led the Panthers in rebounding in both games this week, grabbing 17 at Hamburg and 15 against Conrad Weiser. Rittenhouse led the Panthers with 17 points in the overtime win over Conrad Weiser, including a game-tying 3 pointer in the final moments of overtime and the go-ahead 3 pointer in the extra period. 


Leeaura McCorkle and Alayna Day (Antietam): Both reached career-highs in 71-57 victory over Oley Valley on Tuesday. McCorkle led the Mounts with 33, while Day scored 31. 


Miranda Olmeda (Muhlenberg): Averaged 12.7 points over 3 games last week, while expanding her county leading total of three-pointers made to 62. 


Jocelyn Grosch (Governor Mifflin): Scored 18 points in the Mustangs victory over Twin Valley on Friday, including sinking the game winning free throws in the final seconds. 


Alexis Hess (Fleetwood): Earned High-scorer honors in both of the Tigers games this week, scoring 21 points in both games, wins over Fleetwood and Hamburg. 



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Weekly Honor Roll

January 20-25

Stella Mollica (Governor Mifflin): Scored in double figures in all 3 games this week, averaging 13 points as the Mustangs went 3-0.


Kya Washington (Reading): Averaged 15.7 points over a 3-game stretch, twice leading the Red Knights in scoring during a 3-0 week.


Abby Reasoner (Kutztown): Led the Cougars in scoring in both games this week, averaging 12.5 points in two wins.


Lauren Sterner (Hamburg): Recorded a career-high of 14 points Tuesday against Oley and matched it in a win over Conrad Weiser on Thursday.

Kelly Fetter (Exeter): Averaged 17.7 points over 3 games, leading the Eagles in scoring in 2 of the matchups as Exeter went 2-1 on the week.

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Weekly Honor Roll

January 13-18

Natalia Moll (Conrad Weiser): Knocked down three three-pointers en route to an 11 point night in the Scouts crucial Berks 2 win over Fleetwood.


Erin Shober (Wilson): Averaged 13.5 points in the Bulldogs two Berks 1 wins over the past week, including a career-high 16 in a win over Reading High.


Jordan Boyer (Tulpehocken): Displayed an all-around game last week, leading the Trojans with 16 points in a win over Oley and 16 rebounds in a win over Kutztown.

 

Peyton McDaniel (Twin Valley): Averaged 33.5 points in the Raiders two league wins last week, including a season-high 45 against Exeter.


Lily Seyfert (Wyomissing): Averaged 26.5 points in the Spartans two division victories last week, including a 31 point, 14 rebound effort in a win over Antietam.

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Weekly Honor Roll

January 6-11

Alexis Hess (Fleetwood): Led the Tigers in scoring in all 3 games this week, averaging 16.3 points, with a high of 19 against Manheim Central.


Miranda Olmeda (Muhlenberg): Made 12 three pointers over the Muhls last 2 games, making 7 against Reading High and 5 in a win over Garden Spot.


Kaya Burkhart and Gia Borelli (Wilson): Burkhart led the Bulldogs with 23 while Borelli chipped in ten in their win at Governor Mifflin. In their win over Exeter, Borelli led the way with 22 while Burkhart provided 13.


Lily Seyfert (Wyomissing): Led the Spartans in scoring in all 4 games this week, averaging 22.8 points as the Spartans went 4-0.


Caroline Reedy (Berks Catholic): Scored a career-high 25 points in the Saints overtime non-league won over York Catholic.

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Weekly Honor Roll

December 30-January 4

Julie Harbonic (Hamburg): Averaged 12 points over 2 games this week, including 15 in a win over Conrad Weiser.


Emily Savitz (Brandywine Heights): Tallied a career-high 21 points in the Bullets 66-38 road victory over Antietam.


Abby Rea (Schuylkill Valley): Led the Panthers in scoring in both victories this week, posting 14 points at Tulpehocken and 15 in a win over Berks Catholic.


Shyanna Mayo (Muhlenberg): Made four three-pointers in Muhls loss to Mifflin, to score a career-high 12 points.


Abby Doyle (Wyomissing): Scored a career-high 16 points in the Spartans 25-point division win over Tulpehocken.

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Weekly Honor Roll

December 23-28

Gina Fiore (Governor Mifflin): Averaged 15.7 points in the Mustangs 3 games in the KSA Tournament in Orlando, including a career-high 24 in a win over Conrad Academy of Florida.


Jordan Davis (Exeter): Led the Eagles in scoring in both games of the KSA Tournament, scoring 15 points in each game.


Jordan Boyer (Tulpehocken): Scored a career-high 25 points leading the Trojans to a 50-29 win over Octorara in the consolation round of the Annville-Cleona Tournament.


Ashlyn Clark (Brandywine Heights): Continued her streak of scoring in double figures in every game the Bullets have played this season with 19 and 15 point performances in the Brandywine Holiday Tournament.


Kelsey Biehn (Oley Valley): Scored a career-high 21 points while grabbing 15 rebounds in the Lynx opening round victory over Biglerville in the Hanover Holiday Tournament. She averaged 19 points per game in the tournament.


Lily Seyfert (Wyomissing): Averaged 25.5 points per game in the Wyomissing Holiday Tournament, including a career-high 33 in a win over Pottstown.

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Weekly Honor Roll

December 16-21

Abby Reasoner (Kutztown): Averaged 12 points over 2 games, including matching her career-high with 14 in an early season league win over Tulpehocken.

Ava Morrow (Twin Valley): Averaged 12.7 points over 3 games, leading the Raiders in scoring in all 3 games that leading scorer Peyton McDaniel missed with injury.

Abbey White/Cassidy Rittenhouse (Schuylkill Valley): White averaged 16 points in the Panthers' two wins, including 18 to lead all scorers in a win over Antietam. Rittenhouse averaged 13 points in the two wins, including 14, with 3 threes, vs. Antietam.


Ava Gehman (Wyomissing): Scored 13, 13, and 11 points in the Spartans 3 games last week.

Kya Washington (Reading): Led the Red Knights in scoring in both games last week, including a career-high 23 points in a win at Wilson.

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Weekly Honor Roll

December 9-14

Alexis Hess (Fleetwood): Averaged 14.3 points over three games last week, including 7 three pointers made.


Peyton McDaniel (Twin Valley): Averaged 25 points over two games last week, including a season high 30 in a win over Fleetwood.


Sydney Payne (Governor Mifflin): Averaged 12.7 points over 3 games, including a season high 17 against Lebanon, leading the Mustangs to a 3-0 week.


Jordan Boyer (Tulpehocken): Led all scorers with 13 points, including 3 three pointers as the Trojans defeated Veritas Academy 55-30 on Saturday.


Kelly Fetter (Exeter): Averaged 13.5 points over the Eagles two contests last week, including a game-high 14 in a win over Schuylkill Valley.

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HONOR ROLL

Opening Weekend

Julie Harbonic (Hamburg): Averaged 16.5 points over two games, earning MVP honors of the Hamburg Tournament. Harbonic led all scorers in both rounds, as Hamburg defeated Annville-Cleona in the semifinals and Brandywine in the championship game.

 

Michaela Kaskey (Fleetwood): Named MVP of the season opening Fleetwood Tip-Off Tournament, averaging 11.5 points in the Tigers victories over Kutztown in the semifinals and Allentown Allen in the title game. 


Sydney Payne (Governor Mifflin): Earned MVP honors in the Cocalico Tip-Off Tournament, averaging 10.5 points in the Mustangs victories over Conrad Weiser (where she scored a game high 15 points) and Cocalico. 


Alayna Day (Antietam): Led the Mountaineers in scoring with a career-high 21 points, as Antietam opened their season with a 60-38 Road victory over Octorara.

 

Allyson Velez (Daniel Boone): Selected to the All-Tournament team at the Lititz Christian Tip-Off Tournament after averaging 16.5 points over the Blazers two games, including 23 points and 6 made three pointers in their consolation round win over Covenant Christian. 


Madison Ziska (Schuylkill Valley): Scored 14 points and 17 points in the Panthers' two games in the Columbia Tournament, earning a spot on the All-Tournament team. 



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