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Posted: December 16th, 2013

Youngsville Eagles
Boys
2012-13 overall record: 3-17
2012-13 region record: 0-12 (seventh)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class A playoffs.

Schedule
December
6 Austin (Sheffield tournament) L, 38-42
7 Sheffield (Sheffield tournament) L, 36-53
11 Otto-Eldred L, 34-51
13 Cambridge Springs* L, 10-49
18 at Maplewood* 7:30
20 Saegertown* 7:30
21 Conneaut* 7:30
27 Sheffield tournament
28 Sheffield tournament
January
10 Eisenhower* 7:30
13 Commodore Perry 7:30
17 Cochranton* 7:30
20 at Cambridge Springs* 7:30
22 at Otto-Eldred 7:30
24 Maplewood* 7:30
25 at Conneaut* 7:30
28 at Saegertown* 7:30
30 Rocky Grove 7:30
31 at Commodore Perry 7:30
February
3 at Tidioute Charter 7:30
8 at Eisenhower* 7:30
14 at Cochranton* 7:30
*Region 3 games

Girls
Coach: David Becker (2nd season, 5-17)
2012-13 overall record: 5-17
2012-13 region record: 1-11 (seventh)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class A playoffs.
Top player lost: Katelyn Maille
Top returning players: Kennedy Cratty, Karissa Cratty, Katie Chuzie, Jessica Jameson, Aubree Hendrickson
Outlook: Youngsville made some strides under new coach David Becker last season with five wins. The Eagles are looking to build on that this winter. Youngsville returns four starters but will have to replace Katelyn Maille. She graduated and leaves a hole for the Eagles to fill. The Eagles have more participation this season and they could improve as the year goes on. Youngsville returns four starters in Kennedy Cratty, Karissa Cratty, Jessica Jameson and Katie Chuzie. Kennedy Cratty was voted to the all-region second team after averaging 12.7 points per game, while Karissa Cratty scored 9.7 ppg. Chuzie scored 6 points per game and Jameson is a big contributor as well. The Eagles also return Aubree Hendrickson, who could start this season. Youngsville could also receive big contributions from new players Ali Ishman and Kathy Sveda. Belief in the system is the most important thing for the Eagles and Youngsville made big strides last winter. If the Eagles keep buying in, they could surprise a few teams in Region 3 this season.

Schedule
December
6 Sheffield (Sheffield tournament) W, 39-37
7 Port Allegany (Sheffield tournament) L, 22-36
9 at Venango Catholic L, 37-56
11 at Maplewood* W, 46-21
16 Commodore Perry 7:30
21 Conneaut* 1
28 Corry tournament
30 Corry tournament
January
3 Cambridge Springs* 7:30
6 at Eisenhower* 7:30
8 at Commodore Perry 7:30
11 at Cochranton* 3
14 Tidioute Charter 7:30
16 at Saegertown* 7:30
21 Maplewood* 7:30
25 at Conneaut* 1
30 at Cambridge Springs* 7:30
February
1 Eisenhower* 7:30
4 Cochranton* 7:30
6 at Sheffield 7:30
10 Saegertown* 7:30
12 Venango Catholic 7:30
*Region 3 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 16th, 2013

Wilmington Greyhounds
Boys
Coach: Mike Jeckavitch (4th season, 26-41)
2012-13 overall record: 8-14
2012-13 region record: 5-7 (fourth)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class AA playoffs.
Top players lost: Ryan Brumbaugh, Davis Smith, Scott Onestak, Hunter Taylor
Top returning players: Jordan Smith, Rocco Fagan, Jesse Hilliard, Josiah Bloise, Dimitri Martini, Travis Brumbaugh
Assistant coaches: Michael Zeigler, Kyle Piper, Curtis Nugent
Outlook: Wilmington just missed out on the playoffs last year and looks like a contender this season. The Greyhounds will have to replace Ryan Brumbaugh, Davis Smith, Scott Onestak and Hunter Taylor. Brumbaugh scored 6.6 points per game for the Greyhounds last season. Wilmington returns a strong group in Jordan Smith, Rocco Fagan, Jesse Hilliard, Josiah Bloise, Dimitri Martini and Travis Brumbaugh. Smith scored 11.9 points per game was voted to the all-region second team, while Fagan and Hilliard scored 10.5 and 10.1 ppg, respectively. Wilmington could also receive big contributions from junior Marc Peoples and freshman Spencer DeMedal. With four returning starters that scored over 50 points per game last season, Wilmington has plenty of experience to make a run this season. The coaches picked the ‘Hounds to beat out West Middlesex and win the Region 2 title this season. Wilmington doesn’t have a lot of size, but speed and experience could overcome that disadvantage. Wilmington has one of the most experienced teams back this season and the ‘Hounds look like a big contender in Class AA.

Schedule
December
6 Fort LeBoeuf (Fort LeBoeuf tournament) W, 74-39
7 Oil City (Fort LeBoeuf tournament) L, 58-76
11 at Commodore Perry W, 87-47
13 Union W, 72-63
18 at Jamestown 7:30
26 Union tournament
27 Union tournament
January
2 Sharpsville* 7:30
4 at Lakeview* 7:30
7 at Reynolds* 7:30
10 at Mercer* 7:30
14 Greenville* 7:30
17 at West Middlesex* 7:30
18 at Neshannock 7:30
22 at Shenango 7:30
24 VisionQuest 7:30
28 at Sharpsville* 7:30
31 Lakeview* 7:30
February
4 Reynolds* 7:30
7 Mercer* 7:30
11 at Greenville* 7:30
14 West Middlesex* 7:30
*Region 2 games

Girls
Coach: Brandy Sanford (4th season)
2012-13 overall record: 9-13
2012-13 region record: 5-7 (fourth)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class AA playoffs.
Top players lost: Carly Christofferson, Sarah Slonaker
Top returning players: Alanna Elliott, Cassidy Marett, Tessa Sikora
Assistant coach: Denise Naples
Outlook: Wilmington had a young team last season, and the Greyhounds are looking to make some growing pains pay off this winter. Wilmington will have to replace graduates Carly Christofferson and Sarah Slonaker. Christofferson scored 6.4 points per game, while Slonaker scored 6 ppg. The ‘Hounds return basically everyone else, including standouts Alanna Elliott, Cassidy Marett and Tessa Sikora. Elliott and Sikora each scored 10.9 points per game and both were voted to the all-region second team. Wilmington could also receive big contributions from new players Lexi Brumbaugh, Dakota Naples, Reilly Hunter and Lauren Frederick. The ‘Hounds have plenty of experienced mulitsport standouts from other sports, including volleyball and softball. Wilmington is looking to take that experience and talent to make a run at a playoff spot and the Region 2 title.

Schedule
December
6 Shenango (Mohawk tournament) W, 57-33
7 Mohawk (Mohawk tournament) L, 45-56
10 Farrell W, 58-34
12 at Reynolds W, 58-31
16 Laurel 7:30
19 Sharon* 7:30
21 Shenango 7:30
26 Union tournament
27 Union tournament
January
3 at Lakeview* 7:30
6 Mercer* 7:30
9 at Sharpsville* 7:30
16 at West Middlesex* 7:30
18 at Neshannock 6
20 at Greenville* 7:30
23 at Sharon* 7:30
27 Lakeview* 7:30
30 at Mercer* 7:30
February
3 Sharpsville* 7:30
6 Jamestown 7:30
10 West Middlesex* 7:30
13 Greenville* 7:30
*Region 2 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 15th, 2013

West Middlesex Big Reds
Boys
Coach: Chad Mild (15th season, 236-130)
2012-13 overall record: 25-4
2012-13 region record: 12-0 (champion)
2012-13 playoff results: Defeated Iroquois 82-44, Fairview 58-48 and Lakeview 71-65 in five overtimes to win the District 10 Class AA championship. West Middlesex then defeated Jeannette 55-50 in overtime in the PIAA first round, Bishop McCort 61-54 in the second round and Conemaugh Township 60-46 in the quarterfinals. West Middlesex lost to Beaver Falls 59-47 in the PIAA semifinals.
Top players lost: Matthew Dogan, Jerrod Palmer, Jeremy Jancso, Roman Klaric
Top returning players: Trey Staunch, Christian Porterfield
Assistant coaches: Gregg Dogan, Troy Mild, Scott Slovesko
Outlook: West Middlesex put together a solid season that resulted in the District 10 Class AA championship and a spot in the PIAA semifinals last winter. The Big Reds lost several big-time players, including all-time scorer Matthew Dogan, who is impressing at Gannon. He was named to the all-district team and was voted the Region 2 player of the year and to the all-region first team. Dogan averaged 25.7 points per game and is gone along with Jerrod Palmer, Jeremy Jancso and Roman Klaric. Jancso was also voted to the first team and averaged 11.5 points per game last season, while Palmer scored 7.9 ppg to be voted to the second team. West Middlesex returns Trey Staunch and Christian Porterfield to lead a young team. Staunch scored 16.5 points per game as a sophomore and was voted to the all-region first team, while Porterfield scored 4.7 points per game as a junior. The Big Reds could also receive big contributions from juniors Andrew Long, Isaac Williams, Noah Bender and Mike Bacchetti as well as sophomores Ryan Dogan and Josh Porterfield. West Middlesex has loaded its non-region schedule, once again, to get read for region play. The Big Reds had to hold off Lakeview in five overtimes to win the D-10 Class AA championship last winter and will need some big performances to repeat as the D-10 Class AA champion. West Middlesex is certainly a contender for the D-10 Class AA title and will need to build some depth to make another playoff run. The Big Reds have a strong program and will reload quickly this season. If West Middlesex can build some chemistry and find a player or two to replace Dogan’s production, the Big Reds will be tough to beat.

Schedule
December
6 New Castle (New Castle tournament) L, 45-85
7 St. Mary’s, Md. (New Castle tournament) L, 53-65
10 at Sharon L, 56-72
14 Strong Vincent W, 50-48
17 at Kennedy Catholic 7:30
20 at Sharpsville* 7:30
27 Farrell tournament
28 Farrell tournament
January
2 at Mercer* 7:30
7 Lakeview* 7:30
10 at Greenville* 7:30
14 at Reynolds* 7:30
17 Wilmington* 7:30
21 Sharpsville* 7:30
24 Rocky Grove 7:30
25 Canfield (Ohio) 8:30
28 Mercer* 7:30
31 at Beaver 7:30
February
4 at Lakeview* 7:30
7 Greenville* 7:30
11 Reynolds* 7:30
14 at Wilmington* 7:30
*Region 2 games

Girls
Coach: Mike Williams (1st season)
2012-13 overall record: 9-13
2012-13 region record: 4-8 (fifth)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class AA playoffs.
Top players lost: Kelsey Murray, Molly Stitt, Alexis Summers
Top returning players: Alyson Pierce, Morgan Atterholt, Kristen White
Assistant coaches: Todd Palmer, Trish Knight, Mary Jo Staunch, Gina Kirk, Kyle Gregorich
Outlook: West Middlesex is under new direction this season as Mike Williams takes over as head coach. Williams had plenty of success restarting the West Middlesex girls soccer program and is a former boys basketball coach. The Big Reds lost most of its scoring to graduation, including Kelsey Murray, Molly Stitt and Alexis Summers. Murray scored 6.6 points per game and was voted to the all-region second team last season. Summers averaged 11.7 points per game and Stitt scored 9.3 ppg to be voted to the all-region first team. The Big Reds will start over with returning starters Alyson Pierce, Morgan Atterholt and Kristen White. Pierce scored 6.1 points per game and is a solid junior, while Atterholt and White are sophomores that started a few games as freshmen. Pierce averaged 6.1 ppg and Atterholt scored 3.5 ppg. West Middlesex could also receive strong contributions from younger players Gretchen Elsey, Noelle Murray, Macy Siefert, Allie Staunch, Kayla Ballard and Kayla Crawford. The Big Reds have confidence in a new system and will look to get to .500 and possibly challenge for a playoff spot this season. West Middlesex is very young and building chemistry will be important this season as the Big Reds look to competing this year and in the future.

Schedule
December
6 Commodore Perry (West Middlesex tournament) W, 38-29
7 Cardinal O’Hara (West Middlesex tournament) L, 24-67
9 at Union City W, 52-27
12 at Brookfield (Ohio) L, 20-43
16 Jamestown 7:30
19 Sharpsville* 7:30
21 at Rocky Grove 7:30
23 Neshannock 7:30
27 Farrell tournament
28 Farrell tournament
January
3 at Mercer* 7:30
6 Greenville* 7:30
11 Conneaut 2:30
13 Lakeview* 7:30
16 Wilmington* 7:30
20 at Sharon* 7:30
23 at Sharpsville* 7:30
27 Mercer* 7:30
30 at Greenville* 7:30
February
6 at Lakeview* 7:30
10 at Wilmington* 7:30
12 Sharon* 7:30
*Region 2 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 15th, 2013

Warren Dragons
Boys
Coach: Jeff Berdine (12th season, 155-106)
2012-13 overall record: 13-9
2012-13 region record: 7-7 (fifth)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class AAA playoffs.
Top players lost: Matt Sandberg, Austin Jerman, Mark Davis, Jack Daley
Top returning players: Collin Fantaskey, Tanner Stanz, Jacoby Passmore
Assistant coaches: Dave Papalia, Jeff Eaton, Joe McGraw, Ric Eaton
Outlook: Warren has turned into a perennial contender for the postseason and is one of the toughest places to win in District 10. The Dragons will need to plug some holes from graduation to stay competitive in Region 6. Warren lost Matt Sandberg, Austin Jerman, Mark Davis and Jack Daley in the spring. Sandberg was voted to the all-region first team after scoring 14.5 points per game last season, while Davis was a second-team selection with 11.4 ppg. Jerman scored 7.4 points per game and Daley was a contributor as well. The Dragons return Collin Fantaskey, Tanner Stanz and Jacoby Passmore to lead a young team. Fantaskey scored nine points per game, while Passmore and Stanz scored 6.5 and 5.5 ppg, respectively. Passmore and Fantaskey are returning starters, while Stanz started several games last winter. Warren could also receive contributions from seniors Ryan Gustafson, Austin Schwanke and Max Gross along with several juniors and sophomores as well. The Dragons also picked up 6-5 forward transfer Jake McBride from Jamestown, N.Y. Warren has a loaded non-region schedule, including an appearance in the Franklin and St. Bonas tournaments along with showdowns against Cathedral Prep and McDowell. The Dragons will be battle-tested heading into region play and look like a strong contender to get back to the postseason.

Schedule
December
6 St. Marys (Franklin tournament) W, 65-30
7 Franklin (Franklin tournament) W, 53-45
13 Titusville W, 75-53
18 at McDowell 7:30
20 Bradford 7:30
26 St. Bona tournament
27 St. Bona tournament
January
3 at Harbor Creek* 7:30
7 at Girard* 7:30
9 General McLane* 7:30
13 East* 7:30
17 Strong Vincent* 7:30
21 at Corry* 7:30
23 Fort LeBoeuf* 7:30
25 at Cathedral Prep 1:30
28 Harbor Creek* 7:30
31 Girard* 7:30
February
4 at General McLane* 7:30
6 at East* 7:30
8 at Strong Vincent* 2:30
11 Corry* 7:30
14 at Fort LeBoeuf* 7:30
*Region 6 games

Girls
Coach: Lisa Ruhlman (6th season, 67-48)
2012-13 overall record: 15-8
2012-13 region record: 6-4 (third)
2012-13 playoff results: Lost to Hickory 58-43 in the District 10 Class AAA quarterfinals.
Top players lost: Jaimie Eaton, Taylor Mineweaser
Top returning players: Alexa Bupp, Kari Santo, Brit Merenick
Assistant coaches: John White, Jasper Merenick, Jessica Robinson
Outlook: Warren put together another solid season last winter by making the District 10 Class AAA playoffs. The Dragons finished in third place in Region 6 and earned a signature win over powerhouse Mercyhurst Prep in region play. Warren will have some work to do this season to replace Jaimie Eaton and Taylor Mineweaser. Eaton averaged 19 points per game and was a 1,000-point scorer. She was voted to the all-region first team, while Mineweaser scored 6.6 ppg to make the second team. The Dragons return seniors Alexa Bupp, Kari Santo and Brit Merenick along with sophomore D.J. Hahn. Hahn had a breakout freshman season with 9.1 points per game to be voted to the second team, while Bupp scored 7.3 points per game. Warren has strong senior leadership and will need the lower levels to come up to provide depth. The Dragons will have to come up with some big wins in region play this season. With an odd situation with Conneaut, either Region 5 or 6 will likely lose its fourth playoff spot for the Eagles. Last year, it was Region 6 and Harbor Creek was left out of the playoffs. If Region 6 loses its fourth spot again, each game between Villa Maria, Mercyhurst Prep, Harbor Creek and Warren will mean something this season. If the Dragons can develop some depth to help out the seniors, they will be a tough team to beat.

Schedule
December
6 Olean, N.Y. (Warren tournament) W, 57-23
7 Conneaut (Warren tournament) W, 44-43 OT
13 at Bradford L, 35-42
16 at Strong Vincent 7:30
18 East 7:30
27 Cranberry tournament
28 Cranberry tournament
January
4 at McDowell 2:30
7 at Fort LeBoeuf* 7:30
11 Central Tech 7:30
14 Mercyhurst Prep* 7:30
16 Corry* 7:30
18 MLK Classic
20 at Villa Maria* 7:30
23 at Harbor Creek* 7:30
27 Fort LeBoeuf* 7:30
30 at Mercyhurst Prep* 7:30
February
4 at Corry* 7:30
6 Kane 7:30
10 Villa Maria* 7:30
13 Harbor Creek* 7:30
15 at Oil City 5:30
*Region 6 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 15th, 2013

Villa Maria Victors
Coach: Doug Chuzie (3rd season, 54-9)
2012-13 overall record: 22-4
2012-13 region record: 10-0 (champion)
2012-13 playoff results: Defeated Grove City 56-13 in the District 10 Class AAA quarterfinals and Hickory 49-37 in the semifinals. Villa then lost to Franklin 48-47 in the District 10 championship before losing to Hopewell 45-28 in the PIAA first round.
Top players lost: Karlee McBride, Leah Bennett
Top returning players: Lindsey Mifsud, Amesha Harden-Pullium, Shanice Morris, Morgan Putnam
Assistant coach: Tom Laird
Outlook: Villa Maria had a successful return to Class AAA last winter. The Victors won the Region 6 title and made their way to the District 10 Class AAA championship before losing in the final second to Franklin. Villa will look to keep that momentum going this season with a strong team back. The Victors will have to replace three-time all-state selection Karlee McBride, who is at Indiana, along with Leah Bennett. McBride averaged 14 points and seven rebounds per game to be voted to the all-region first team and named to the all-district team, while Bennett was voted to the all-region second team. With two top players gone, the Victors need their experienced players to step up. Lindsey Mifsud, a Seton Hill recruit, has been on the varsity her entire career at Villa and averaged 7.8 points and three assists per game last year, while seniors Amesha Harden-Pullium and Shanice Morris with junior Morgan Putnam bring plenty of experience to this year’s team. The Victors also have several players fighting for playing time, including Sarah Agnello, Deja Young, Nicole Maxson, Allie Thompson, Anna Sweny, Jaclyn Kitts and Andrea McCormick. Villa has one of the most talented teams in District 10 this season and is a strong contender to get back to the District 10 Class AAA championship. The Victors’ program has been at a high level for a long time and they are looking to make a run in the PIAA Class AAA playoffs this season. Rival Mercyhurst Prep along with southern powers Franklin and Hickory could be issues in the playoffs, but Villa Maria looks like a big-time contender to win a D-10 Class AAA championship. The Victors have experience and a loaded schedule to get them ready for the postseason. On the schedule is Philadelphia power Archbishop Carroll, defending PIAA Class AA champion Bishop Canevin, Class AA power Seton-La Salle and a trip to the prestigious KSA tournament in Florida. A healthy Villa team at the end of February/early March will be a brutal team to stop.

Schedule
December
8 at Archbishop Carroll L, 38-43 OT
10 Meadville W, 75-23
14 at Bishop Canevin W, 50-38
23 Strong Vincent 7
27 KSA tournament
28 KSA tournament
30 KSA tournament
January
4 at East 7:30
6 McDowell 7
7 at Corry* 7:30
9 at Mercyhurst Prep* 7:30
13 Harbor Creek* 7
20 Warren* 7:30
22 Fort LeBoeuf* 7:30
25 Seton-La Salle noon
27 Corry* 7
30 at Harbor Creek* 7:30
February
1 at Central Tech 7:30
3 Mercyhurst Prep* 8:30
7 Altoona 7:30
10 at Warren* 7:30
13 at Fort LeBoeuf* 7:30
*Region 6 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 15th, 2013

Union City Bears
Boys
Coach: Kelley Ponsoll (2nd season, 5-17)
2012-13 overall record: 5-17
2012-13 region record: 2-12 (eighth)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class AA playoffs.
Top player lost: Raymond Pituch
Top returning players: Drake Burgess, Brody Mangel, Quentin Maynard, Shane Russell, Troy Jackson, Jared Ossa, Alex Hoban
Assistant coaches: Casey Ponsoll, Kyle Ponsoll, Brad Smith
Outlook: Union City won five games last year but the Bears were competitive in most of their games under new head coach Kelley Ponsoll. He brought in a new General McLane-type system that seems to be turning around the program. Union City will have to replace Raymond Pituch, who scored 3.6 points per game as a senior. The Bears return eight players with varsity experience including Drake Burgess, Brody Mangel, Quentin Maynard, Shane Russell, Troy Jackson, Jared Ossa and Alex Hoban. Hoban scored 10.9 points per game as a junior, while Burgess scored 10.6 ppg. Maynard added 8.5 points per game and Mangel added 7.8 ppg. Union City could also receive contributions from younger players Lucas Dougherty and Seth Russell. The Bears have experience and talent and with a solid system in place, they could start knocking off teams this winter. Union City started to believe in Ponsoll’s system last year and although they won only five games, they were constantly pushing teams to earn wins. The Bears could be a dark horse in Region 4 this season as they might hover near .500 and possibly a playoff spot this winter.

Schedule
December
6 Northwestern (Cambridge Springs tournament) W, 64-53
11 at Fort LeBoeuf W, 55-33
13 at General McLane L, 47-58
17 Corry 7:30
20 at Northwestern* 7:30
30 Cambridge Springs 7:30
January
2 at Fairview* 7:30
4 at Titusville* 7:30
7 North East* 7:30
10 Seneca* 7:30
14 at Iroquois* 7:30
17 Mercyhurst Prep* 7:30
18 at Reynolds 2
21 Northwestern* 7:30
24 at Mercer 7:30
25 Saegertown TBA
28 Fairview* 7:30
31 Titusville* 7:30
February
4 at North East* 7:30
7 Seneca* 7:30
11 Iroquois* 7:30
14 at Mercyhurst Prep* 7:30
*Region 4 games

Girls
Coach: Chris Krause (7th season)
2012-13 overall record: 0-22
2012-13 region record: 0-14 (eighth)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class AA playoffs.
Top player lost: Morgan Peterson
Top returning players: Autumn Kinney, Michaela Krause, Jolene Bacon, Hayley Patchen, Sarah Toy, Carly Williams
Assistant coaches: Frank Snyder, Mary Russell
Outlook: Union City is struggling to win games but participation is up which is the first hurdle for the program. The Bears were down to seven players a few years ago and were in danger of having to cancel games. Union City is starting to get more players to come out and strengthen the program. The Bears will have to replace Morgan Peterson after she graduated in the spring. She scored 6.5 points per game and is a big loss for the Bears. Union City returns Autumn Kinney, Michaela Krause, Jolene Bacon, Hayley Patchen, Sarah Toy and Carly Williams. Williams had a breakout freshman season with 5.1 points per game and Krause had a big sophomore season at 4.7 ppg. Union City is in a tough region with Class AA powerhouses but winning games won’t be impossible. The Bears have a strong sophomore class that could be the foundation of the program over the next three seasons. Building some belief and confidence will be the most important thing this season as the Bears work toward becoming a playoff team.

Schedule
December
9 West Middlesex L, 27-52
12 at Lakeview L, 34-66
16 Rocky Grove 7:30
19 at Fairview* 7:30
20 Eisenhower 7:30
January
2 at General McLane* 7:30
6 Seneca* 7:30
9 Northwestern* 7:30
10 Maplewood 7:30
13 at North East* 7:30
15 at Titusville 7:30
16 at Girard* 7:30
20 Iroquois* 7:30
23 Fairview* 7:30
25 Commodore Perry 2:30
27 General McLane* 7:30
30 at Seneca* 7:30
February
3 at Northwestern* 7:30
6 North East* 7:30
7 at Cambridge Springs 7:30
10 Girard* 7:30
13 at Iroquois* 7:30
*Region 4 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 15th, 2013

Titusville Rockets
Boys
Coach: Craig Mehlenbacher (1st season)
2012-13 overall record: 17-6
2012-13 region record: 11-3 (tied for second)
2012-13 playoff results: Lost to Lakeview 48-37 in the District 10 Class AA quarterfinals.
Top players lost: Corey Ciccarelli, Dillon Speer, Tyler Copeland, Jayce Corklin, Armand Rickerson, Justin Hines
Top returning player: Herman Artis
Assistant coach: Rick Skinner
Outlook: Titusville could be starting over this season after big graduation losses and hiring a new head coach. Craig Mehlenbacher takes over and is looking to bring the Rockets back to playoffs. Titusville hung tough with Lakeview before losing in the District 10 Class AA quarterfinals last season. The Rockets lost Corey Ciccarelli, Dillon Speer, Tyler Copeland, Jayce Corklin, Armand Rickerson and Justin Hines to graduation. Ciccarelli was voted the Region 4 player of the year and voted to the all-region first team after scoring 11.8 points per game last year. Speer scored 9 points per game was voted to the all-region second team. Copeland led Titusville with 12.2 ppg and Corklin scored 11.3 ppg. With most of their scoring gone, the Rockets are looking to rebuild behind standout senior Herman Artis, who scored 7.9 ppg. Artis is the only returning player with plenty of varsity experience. The young Rockets will need to grow in a new system and adapt to the varsity level quickly.

Schedule
December
6 Harbor Creek L, 60-65
11 at Oil City L, 41-61
13 at Warren L, 53-75
14 at Maplewood W, 73-44
20 at Mercyhurst Prep* 7:30
26 Corry tournament
27 Corry tournament
January
2 Seneca* 7:30
4 Union City* 2:30
8 Northwestern* 7:30
11 at North East* 7:30
14 Fairview* 7:30
17 Iroquois* 7:30
21 Mercyhurst Prep* 7:30
23 at Eisenhower 7:30
25 Oil City 7:30
28 at Seneca* 7:30
31 at Union City* 7:30
February
4 at Northwestern* 7:30
7 North East* 7:30
11 at Fairview* 7:30
14 at Iroquois* 7:30
*Region 4 games

Girls
Coach: Jennifer Troup (4th season, 12-54)
2012-13 overall record: 2-20
2012-13 region record: 0-12 (seventh)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class AAA playoffs.
Top players lost: Grace Champion, Carly Kriner
Top returning players: Shannon Moore, Luellen Foltz, Nicole Galmish, Rachael Jacobs, Shianne Donovan
Assistant coaches: Crystal Gates, Bill Good
Outlook: Titusville went through some tough times last season with two wins, but the Rockets were young and are looking to turn that experience into success this winter. Titusville lost Grace Champion and Carly Kriner to graduation but return plenty of experienced players. Kriner scored 9.4 points per game last season, while Champion had 7.3 ppg. The Rockets return starter Shianne Donovan, who stepped up in a big way as a freshman, along with Shannon Moore, Luellen Foltz, Nicole Galmish and Rachael Jacobs. The Rockets also have Jasmine Moore back from a knee injury, while freshmen Kaylee Deeter and Sara Galmish could step up this season. Titusville is in a tough region with powerhouses Franklin and Hickory along with talented teams like Grove City, Slippery Rock among others. The Rockets won’t be able to turn things around overnight but if they start building the program back up, they could turn things around in the next few years.

Schedule
December
10 Rocky Grove L, 37-50
12 Northwestern L, 46-49
14 at Maplewood W, 56-29
18 Corry 7:30
20 at Franklin* 7:30
27 Saegertown tournament
28 Saegertown tournament
January
3 Meadville* 7:30
6 at Grove City* 7:30
9 at Hickory* 7:30
10 at Rocky Grove 7:30
13 Oil City* 7:30
15 Union City 7:30
20 Slippery Rock* 7:30
23 Franklin* 7:30
27 at Meadville* 7:30
30 Grove City* 7:30
February
3 Hickory* 7:30
6 at Oil City* 7:30
8 at Eisenhower 7:30
10 at Cochranton 7:30
13 at Slippery Rock* 7:30
*Region 5 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 15th, 2013

Strong Vincent Colonels
Boys
Coach: Shannon Pullium (15th season, 229-131)
2012-13 overall record: 14-12
2012-13 region record: 10-4 (third)
2012-13 playoff results: Defeated Meadville 73-41 in the District 10 Class AAA quarterfinals before losing to Girard 46-39 in the semifinals. Strong Vincent then defeated East 82-50 in the D-10 third-place game before losing to Chartiers Valley 71-54 in the PIAA first round.
Top players lost: Malquan Pullium, Demarcus Cleckley, Brandon Coleman, Zhamar McAdory
Top returning player: Ryan Hatkevich
Assistant coaches: David Morris, Darryl Freeman, Khyl Horton, Darryl Roberts, Lionel Hamer, Andy Gillespie
Outlook: Strong Vincent moved down to Class AAA last season and adapted well, making the PIAA playoffs. The Colonels could be a huge question mark this season with massive graduation losses. Vincent lost Malquan Pullium, Demarcus Cleckley, Brandon Coleman and Zhamar McAdory to graduation. Pullium averaged 16.9 points per game and is playing at Penn State Behrend, while Cleckley scored 9.5 ppg. Coleman added eight points per game, and McAdory scored 6.3 ppg. Vincent is essentially starting over with only Ryan Hatkevich back with some experience. He will be joined by a group of talented underclassmen, including freshmen David Morris and Simeal Wofford. The two could be big-time players for the next four years under coach Shannon Pullium. The Colonels have always been athletic and seem to reload with a strong program. This season could be the biggest challenge Vincent has faced in a while. With almost no experience back, the Colonels will need to adapt to varsity basketball quickly, especially with a loaded schedule. If the young Vincent players step up, the Colonels could contend for a playoff spot and knock off a few top teams along the way.

Schedule
December
11 McDowell L, 50-73
14 West Middlesex L, 48-50
21 Erie First 4
27 Hazleton tournament
28 Hazleton tournament
January
3 at Fort LeBoeuf* 7:30
6 at Cathedral Prep 8:30
9 Girard* 7:30
11 at East* 2:30
13 Harbor Creek* 8:30
17 at Warren* 7:30
21 at General McLane* 7:30
23 at Corry* 7:30
27 Fort LeBoeuf* 8:30
29 Cathedral Prep 8:30
February
1 East* 8:30
4 at Girard* 7:30
6 at Harbor Creek* 7:30
8 Warren* 2:30
10 General McLane* 7:30
12 at Central Tech 7:30
14 Corry* 7:30
*Region 6 games

Girls
Coach: Paul Przepierski (3rd season, 2-42)
2012-13 overall record: 1-21
2012-13 region record: 0-6 (fourth)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class AAAA playoffs.
Top players lost: Betsey Gailey, Caitlyn Crawford
Top returning players: Deja Dixon, Emma Verdecchia, Tiffani Jones, Hevyn Johnson, Beth Crawford, Myah Malone, She’Lae Bailey
Assistant coaches: Dan Latcovich, Annakaye Gier
Outlook: Strong Vincent is still rebuilding its program after winning two games in the past two years. The Colonels went through some growing pains last year and are looking to improve on their one-win seasons. Vincent will have to replace Betsey Gailey and Caitlyn Crawford after both graduated in the spring. The Colonels bring back Deja Dixon, Emma Verdecchia, Tiffani Jones, Hevyn Johnson, Beth Crawford, Myah Malone and She’Lae Bailey. Dixon was Vincent’s leading scorer last year with 7.6 points per game and was voted to the all-region second team. Johnson had a breakout sophomore season with 5.2 ppg. Vincent also has a set of underclassmen that could step up and contributes this season, including Keishla Torres, A’Keryia Knight, Rachel DeSanctis, Laterra Bailey and IvoryAnna Faulkner. The Colonels had a strong offseason and they will turn to Dixon, Verdecchia and Jones as leaders this season. If Vincent can get things going in the right direction, the Colonels could win a few games and build toward the future. Overcoming McDowell and Central Tech might be too much of a task this season in Region 7, but with a young team, Vincent will be looking to get some belief going in the program for the years to come.

Schedule
December
10 at Mercyhurst Prep L, 16-69
12 Fairview L, 28-55
14 General McLane L, 28-56
16 Warren 7:30
19 at Oil City 7:30
23 at Villa Maria 7
27 Iroquois tournament
28 Iroquois tournament
January
2 East* 7:30
4 Corry 7:30
9 at McDowell* 7:30
11 at Fort LeBoeuf 7:30
23 Central Tech* 7:30
25 at Meadville 2:30
27 at East* 7:30
29 at Saegertown 7:30
February
1 Harbor Creek 3:30
4 at Eisenhower 7:30
6 McDowell* 7:30
8 at Conneaut (Ohio) 2:30
11 Greenville 7:30
13 at Central Tech* 7:30
*Region 7 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 15th, 2013

Slippery Rock Rockets
Boys
Coach: Phil Bushre (6th season, 37-72)
2012-13 overall record: 3-19
2012-13 region record: 2-14 (ninth)
2012-13 playoff results: Did not qualify for the District 10 Class AAA playoffs.
Top players lost: Bobby Paczkowski, Dustin Mellot, Shane Karl, Ryan Currie, Ryan Northcott, Michael Rummel
Top returning players: Matt Badger, Aaron Rager, C.J. Welsh, Jake Whitmer, Brady Kadlubek, Mark Cessar, Cam Neal
Assistant coach: Randy Giesler
Outlook: Slippery Rock went through a down season last winter but the Rockets have found success before. Slippery Rock will have to replace Bobby Paczkowski, Dustin Mellot, Shane Karl, Ryan Currie, Ryan Northcott and Michael Rummel. In that group is four starters and several top scorers. Paczkowski averaged 7.9 points per game last year, while Mellot and Karl each averaged 5.6 ppg. The Rockets have experience back in Matt Badger, Aaron Rager, C.J. Welsh, Jake Whitmer, Brady Kadlubek, Mark Cessar and Cam Neal. Whitmer is the only returning starter after scoring 6.5 points per game as a sophomore. Badger, Rager and Welsh provide senior leadership, while Whitmer, Kadlubek, Cessar and Neal make up a strong junior class. The Rockets could also receive contributions from freshman forward Ryan Dutton. Slippery Rock is in the biggest region in District 10, making every game mean something. If the Rockets can buy into their system and keep playing at a high level every night, they could climb out of the bottom of Region 5.

Schedule
December
6 Butler (Butler tournament) L, 41-54
7 Wilkinsburg (Butler tournament) W, 53-43
10 at Kittanning W, 48-43
13 George Junior* W, 72-57
17 at Farrell* 7:30
20 Meadville* 7:30
30 VisionQuest 7:30
January
4 Grove City* 7:30
8 at Oil City* 7:30
11 at Sharon* 7:30
14 at Hickory* 7:30
17 Franklin* 7:30
21 at George Junior* 7:30
24 Farrell* 7:30
28 at Meadville* 7:30
30 Erie First 7:30
February
1 at Seneca Valley 7:30
4 at Grove City* 7:30
6 Oil City* 7:30
8 Sharon* 7:30
11 Hickory* 7:30
14 at Franklin* 7:30
*Region 5 games

Girls
Coach: John Tabisz (18th season, 1st season back at Slippery Rock, 208-101)
2012-13 overall record: 15-8
2012-13 region record: 8-4 (third)
2012-13 playoff results: Lost to Mercyhurst Prep 36-31 in the District 10 Class AAA quarterfinals.
Top players lost: Morgan Siebka, Haley Angerett
Top returning players: Nicole Papley, Riley McGonigle, Marissa Siebka, Sarah Kadlubek
Assistant coach: Amber Osborn
Outlook: Slippery Rock came close to a big upset in the playoffs last year, losing by five points to powerhouse Mercyhurst Prep. The Rockets will look to build the program up under former coach John Trubisz, who returns for a second tenure at Slippery Rock and 18th season overall. The Rockets will have to replace Morgan Siebka and Haley Angerett. Angerett scored 12 points per game and was voted to the all-region first team, while Siebka scored 7 points per game. Slippery Rock has plenty of experience back in Nicole Papley, Riley McGonigle, Marissa Siebka and Sarah Kadlubek. Papley scored 10.9 points per game as a junior and is a returning starter along with McGonigle and Siebka. Kadlubek helps with senior leadership, while the Rockets have a strong freshman class coming in. Sedona Campbell, Jenna Whitmer, Bailey Boyd and Stephanie Croll could be immediate impact players and could be the future of the program. The Rockets are young and inexperienced but with a longtime coach back, they could improve throughout the season and be a tough team to beat in the second half of the year.

Schedule
December
6 Cardinal O’Hara (West Middlesex tournament) L, 48-58
7 Commodore Perry (West Middlesex tournament) W, 67-34
16 at Sharpsville 7:30
19 Hickory* 7:30
27 Slippery Rock tournament
28 Slippery Rock tournament
January
3 at Franklin* 7:30
6 Oil City* 7:30
10 at Meadville* 7:30
11 at OLSH 5:30
16 at Grove City* 7:30
18 Greenville 12:30
20 at Titusville* 7:30
23 at Hickory* 7:30
27 Franklin* 7:30
30 at Oil City* 7:30
February
1 Hopewell 12:30
3 Meadville* 7:30
5 at Saegertown 7:30
8 Indiana 3:30
10 Grove City* 7:30
13 Titusville* 7:30
*Region 5 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 15th, 2013

Sharpsville Blue Devils
Boys
Coach: Jim Smiley (32nd season overall, 5th season at Sharpsville)
2012-13 overall record: 12-11
2012-13 region record: 6-6 (third)
2012-13 playoff results: Lost to Mercyhurst Prep 65-46 in the District 10 Class AA quarterfinals.
Top players lost: Tyler Luchey, Jalen Mockabee, Jake Bulick, Jake Smith, Taylor Lenzi
Top returning players: Sage Barringer, Kyle Kennedy, Tanner Morris, George Keck
Assistant coaches: Zach Sarver, Mike Shannon, Rick Ladjevich, Gary Wilson, Gus Grandy
Outlook: Sharpsville has become a yearly playoff contender under coach Jim Smiley. The Blue Devils had a tough first-round game last year and couldn’t get by Mercyhurst prep. Sharpsville will have some work to do to get back to the playoffs. The Blue Devils lost Tyler Luchey, Jalen Mockabee, Jake Bulick, Jake Smith and Taylor Lenzi to graduation. Luchey was a three-year starter and voted to the all-region team. He averaged 15 points per game, while Mockabee scored 9.2 ppg and Lenzi scored 9.1 points per game. The Blue Devils have some experience back in Sage Barringer, Kyle Kennedy, Tanner Morris and George Keck. Kennedy scored 10.8 points per game, and Barringer scored 4 points per game. The four will all be line for significant playing time, while Noah Washington, Tommy Lipo, Brady Hogue, Dane Smith, Bradley Calleja, Luke Henwood, Alex Hartwick and Garrison Wieland could all contribute as well. Smith is 6-6 and Hogue is 6-3, giving Sharpsville plenty of size to utilize this season. The Blue Devils will need a player to step up to replace Luchey as a big-time leader and scorer this season. Sharpsville has a strong program and several experienced players back. If the Blue Devils can continue to build as a team, they will be tough to beat in region play and possibly the D-10 Class AA playoffs.

Schedule
December
6 Northeast Ohio (Sharpsville tournament) W, 72-36
7 Hickory (Sharpsville tournament) L, 30-66
10 Grove City L, 43-60
13 Jamestown W, 67-18
17 VisionQuest 7:30
20 West Middlesex* 7:30
27 Grove City tournament
28 Grove City tournament
January
2 at Wilmington* 7:30
4 at Mercer* 7:30
7 at Conneaut 7:30
10 Reynolds* 7:30
14 Lakeview* 7:30
17 at Greenville* 7:30
21 at West Middlesex* 7:30
24 Commodore Perry 7:30
28 Wilmington* 7:30
31 Mercer* 7:30
February
4 Kennedy Catholic 7:30
7 at Reynolds* 7:30
11 at Lakeview* 7:30
14 Greenville* 7:30
*Region 2 games

Girls
Coach: Jeff Hanley (13th season, 186-113)
2012-13 overall record: 18-9
2012-13 region record: 11-1 (champion)
2012-13 playoff results: Defeated Seneca 34-29 in the District 10 Class AA quarterfinals before losing to North East 42-38 in the semifinals. Sharpsville then defeated Mercer 48-29 in the D-10 third-place game before beating Brookville 38-32 in the PIAA first round and losing to Burrell 45-18 in the second round.
Top players lost: Megan Davis, McKenzie Popatak, Natalie Henwood, Paige Scurpa
Top returning players: Kayla Kurelko, Eugena Davies, Emily Anderson, Maddie Przicina
Assistant coaches: Matt Blaschak, Katie Grandy, Steve O’Rourke
Outlook: Sharpsville shook off a tough District 10 Class AA semifinal loss to North East and made the PIAA playoffs with a third-place win over mercer. The Blue Devils even won their first PIAA playoff game to finish as one of the final 32 Class AA teams in the state. Sharpsville will try to carry that momentum over this season without big-time scorer McKenzie Popatak. She was a 1,000-point scorer, an all-district selection, the Region 2 player of the year and was voted to the all-region first team. Popatak has graduated along with Natalie Henwood and Paige Scurpa. Henwood was a leader from the point guard position, while Scurpa averaged 5.7 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game. Megan Davis is also gone for the Blue Devils after tearing her ACL during volleyball season. She scored 11 points per game and had 68 3-pointers to be voted to the all-region first team. With plenty of scoring to replace, Sharpsville will turn to its underclassmen to lead the way. Juniors Kayla Kurelko, Emily Anderson and Maddie Przicina are back along with sophomore Eugena Davies. With no player back that averaged five points per game, all four will have to step up in a big way. The Blue Devils also have plenty of players from the lower levels that could contribute, including Izzy Schell, Madison Sloan, Alivia Shuttleworth, Kaitlyn Falconi, Shamour Talbert and Kailee Scurpa. Sharpsville has a lot of inexperience to overcome this season but if the Blue Devils get contributions from their returning starters, they could still compete for a playoff spot. Sharpsville has a strong program and shouldn’t be counted out this winter.

Schedule
December
9 at Cranberry L, 38-46
12 Grove City L, 37-40
14 at Meadville W, 37-27
16 Slippery Rock 7:30
19 at West Middlesex* 7:30
21 Reynolds 2
27 Farrell tournament
28 Farrell tournament
January
2 at Greenville* 7:30
9 Wilmington* 7:30
13 at Sharon* 7:30
16 at Lakeview* 7:30
20 Mercer* 7:30
23 West Middlesex* 7:30
25 Girard 2:30
27 Greenville* 7:30
February
1 Sharon* 2
3 at Wilmington* 7:30
8 at Jamestown 2:30
10 Lakeview* 7:30
13 at Mercer* 7:30
15 Maplewood 2:30
*Region 2 games

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted: December 15th, 2013

Sharon Tigers
Boys
Coach: Jason Rankin (5th season overall, 2nd season at Sharon, 71-30 overall, 12-11 at Sharon)
2012-13 overall record: 12-11
2012-13 region record: 10-6 (tied for fourth)
2012-13 playoff results: Lost to Girard 47-43 in the District 10 Class AAA quarterfinals.
Top players lost: Khalil Hopson, Darrell Stovall, D’Amond Crawford, Mike Porterfield, Jeronte Robinson
Top returning players: Mark Henry, Carnell Hawkins
Assistant coaches: John Koscinski, Terry Shernisky, Louis Brown, Jeff Newell
Outlook: Sharon put together a solid season under new head coach Jason Rankin last winter. The Tigers made the playoffs before running into a tough team in Girard despite dealing with the stress of a player in the program passing away. This season, Sharon is looking to take the experience it gained last year and make a run at the Region 5 title and another spot in the postseason. The Tigers will have to replace several talented players, including Khalil Hopson, Darrell Stovall, D’Amond Crawford, Mike Porterfield and Jeronte Robinson. Hopson was a 1,000-point scorer and averaged 19.8 points per game, while Stovall, a two-year starter, scored 11.5 ppg. Both Hopson and Stovall were voted to the all-region team last year. Sharon returns two starters in Mark Henry and Carnell Hawkins. Henry averaged 9 ppg as a junior, while Hawkins scored 3.3 ppg. The two will look to be leaders this season and could be helped by Aubray Jennings, Jason Austin and Jamal Waller. All three could step in and be impact players right away. Sharon learned a lot last winter in a new system and it paid off with a spot in the playoffs. The Tigers will need a leader to step up and replace Hopson and they need some help from the lower levels. If Sharon continues to grow in a brutal region, the Tigers will be in the mix for a playoff spot and the region title as well.

Schedule
December
6 at Ursuline (Ohio) L, 51-65
10 West Middlesex W, 72-56
13 Meadville* W, 61-58
16 VisionQuest 7:30
20 Grove City* 7:30
27 Farrell tournament
28 Farrell tournament
January
2 at Oil City* 7:30
4 Franklin* 7:30
7 Hickory* 7:30
11 Slippery Rock* 7:30
14 George Junior* 7:30
17 Farrell* 7:30
18 Canfield (Ohio) 7:30
21 at Meadville* 7:30
28 at Grove City* 7:30
31 Oil City* 7:30
February
4 at Franklin* 7:30
6 at Hickory* 7:30
8 at Slippery Rock* 7:30
11 at George Junior* 7:30
14 at Farrell* 7:30
*Region 5 games

Girls
Coach: Maria Joseph (2nd season, 14-9)
2012-13 overall record: 14-9
2012-13 region record: 9-3 (tied for second)
2012-13 playoff results: Lost to North East 45-40 in the District 10 Class AA quarterfinals.
Top player lost: Janayia Chester
Top returning players: Tanayja Sanders, Mallory Torr
Assistant coaches: Kara Joseph, James Dotson, Dom Joseph
Outlook: Sharon nearly came up with one of the biggest playoff wins of last season by taking District 10 Class AA champion North East to the limit. The Tigers became a better team throughout the season under new head coach Maria Joseph, and they are looking to keep that momentum going this winter. Sharon will have to replace Janayia Chester, who graduated, but the Tigers have plenty of experience back this season. Tanayja Sanders averaged 15.8 points per game to be voted to the all-region first team, while Mallory Torr scored 12.4 ppg and was a second-team selection. The two are leaders for Sharon, while Kristina Jacoway, Maggie Torr, Lexis Dabney, Kelsie McGranahan, Kayla Reardon and DeLisa Smith all started at some point last season. Dabney scored 7.7 points per game and Jacoway averaged 6.7 ppg. With an experienced group back, the Tigers have plenty of depth to work with. Sharon could also receive contributions from the lower levels with Amarh Reed, Tamia Hopson and Mikaela Coryea. The Tigers are looking to play consistent basketball this season and step up on defense. Sharon is one of the top teams coming back in Region 2 and could make another run at the playoffs and beyond.

Schedule
December
6 Riverside (Sharon tournament) W, 62-45
7 General McLane (Sharon tournament) L, 60-61
11 at Franklin L, 50-73
14 at Hickory L, 25-64
19 at Wilmington* 7:30
23 Beaver Falls 7:30
28 Brookfield (Ohio) tournament
30 Brookfield (Ohio) tournament
January
6 Lakeview* 7:30
11 Greenville* 2:30
13 Sharpsville* 7:30
15 at Mercer* 7:30
18 Girard 2:30
20 West Middlesex* 7:30
23 Wilmington* 7:30
27 Hopewell 7:30
30 at Lakeview* 7:30
February
1 at Sharpsville* 2
3 at Greenville* 7:30
7 Farrell 7:30
10 Mercer* 7:30
12 at West Middlesex* 7:30
*Region 2 games

–Tom Reisenweber

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