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#2 vs #3 BATTLE TONIGHT…

2.   Neumann-Goretti  (Philadelphia)

(Previously 2)

The Skinny: Coach Arrigale possesses the weapons and championship pedigree to beat anyone in the state, including 5th year prep schools in a one and done situation. Very hard call to not have a co-number 1 in 2020.

Top Performers: 6’1 Hysier Miller, 6’7 Chaz Evans, 5’10 Hakim Byrd, 6’2 Chris Evans, 6’7 Blaise Vespe, 6’6 Cameron Young, 6’8 Jordan Hall

4.   Archbishop Wood (Warminster)

(Previously 3)

The Skinny: Mosco had all the pieces in place to hoist the golden ball in ChocolateTown USA again in 2020. Possibly the only way to stop Diggins and company in the 5A bracket was a PIAA shutdown.

Top Performers: 6’4 Marcus Randolph, 6’3 Rahsool Diggins, 5’11 Jalen Stinson, 6’4 M. Newton, 6’5 Daeshon Shepherd, 6’5 R. Jackson.

#1 & #7 IN ACTION TODAY

The Great Atlantic Conference features two of Pennsylvania’s top 10 programs in 2020 at the Perkiomen School today, 2:30 & 6:00 PM respectively.

1.    Scotland Campus

( Previously 1)

The Skinny: Since it’s inception Scotland Campus has staked its position at the top of our polls. Sheer dominance, excellent coaching and players for days is a pretty good formula.

Top Performers: 6’3 Norance Berry, 6’5 Darlinstone Dubar, 6’7 Jayson Woodrich, 6’9 Mohammed Wague, 6’3 Jaeden Zachary, 6’6 Louis Bleechmore, 6’9 Abou Ousmane and plenty more.

7.  Perkiomen School (Pennsburg)

(Previously 14)

The Skinny: Perk has the firepower and defensive fortitude to play with anyone in the state. Strong showing in the GAC has them near the top.

Top Performers: 6’2 Steve Payne, 5’9 Honor Huff, 6’8 Andrew Patnode, 6’5 Gilbert Otoo, 6’7 Cameron Brown, 6’10 Philip Byriel

Check out the rest of the Rankings at PREP SCENE

#9 IN ACTION TONIGHT…

9. Methacton (Eagleville),

(Previously 9)

The Skinny: The sleeper in the wide open 6A field has the poise and style to punish opponents. Offensive weapons all over the floor make them a tough out!

Top Performers: 6’9 Jeff Woodward, 6’4 Erik Timko, Owen Kropp, Brett Eberly, Brett Byrne, Ryan Baldwin.

#5 IN ACTION TONIGHT

5.   Westtown (West Chester)

(Previously 6)

The Skinny: One through five, show me more talent. The Pennsylvania Independent School State Champions were a force in 2020. On any given night.

Top Performers: 7’0 Derrick Lively II, 6’11 Franck Kepnang, 6’8 Noah Collier, 6’5 Jalen Warley, 6’4 Wade Chiddick, 6’4 Tyler Berger.

PENNSYLVANIA STATEWIDE RANKINGS

December 22, 2019 

PREP SCENE weekly rankings include the entire state of Pennsylvania: 5th year prep schools and high schools, regardless of governing body affiliations. Our next rankings is in two weeks (January 5th, 2020).

1.    Scotland Campus

( Previously 1)

The Skinny: Since it’s inception Scotland Campus has staked its position at the top of our polls. Sheer dominance, excellent coaching and players for days is a pretty good formula.

Top Performers: 6’3 Norance Berry, 6’5 Darlinstone Dubar, 6’7 Jayson Woodrich, 6’9 Mohammed Wague, 6’3 Jaeden Zachary, 6’6 Louis Bleechmore, 6’9 Abou Ousmane and plenty more.

2.   Neumann-Goretti  (Philadelphia)

(Previously 2)

The Skinny: Coach Arrigale possesses the weapons and championship pedigree to beat anyone in the state, including 5th year prep schools in a one and done situation. Very hard call to not have a co-number 1 in 2020.

Top Performers: 6’1 Hysier Miller, 6’7 Chaz Evans, 5’10 Hakim Byrd, 6’2 Chris Evans, 6’7 Blaise Vespe, 6’6 Cameron Young, 6’8 Jordan Hall

3.   Archbishop Wood (Warminster)

(LAST WEEK 3)

Wood’s 4 game stint in Hawaii at Iolani Classic culminated in a 3-1 record and 5th place finish. The Vikings defeated Moanalua (HI) 73-38, before losing to Wasatch (WA) 89-77. They won both consolation games, over Garfield (WA) 75-70, and Mt Vernon (NY) 86-68.

3.  First Love Christian Academy (Washington)

(Previously 4)

The Skinny: First Love played a national prep schedule, arguably the toughest in the entire state. This group was talented and hard to beat when at full strength.

Top Performers: 5’11 Isaiah Wilson, 6’6 DJ Gordon 6’2 Mason Manning, 6’7 Jahijah Grant, 6’2 Olsen Nicholson, 6’10 Madior Seye, 6’4 Jett Roesing, Kymahni Bent.

5. Bishop McDevitt (Wyncote) 

(LAST WEEK 5)

McDevitt defeated Palmetto (FL) 47-45 at the “King of the Bluegrass, in Kentucky,” before losing to Ballard (KY) 69-63. The Lancers also lost to Madisonville (KY) 64-58.

5.   Westtown (West Chester)

(Previously 6)

The Skinny: One through five, show me more talent. The Pennsylvania Independent School State Champions were a force in 2020. On any given night.

Top Performers: 7’0 Derrick Lively II, 6’11 Franck Kepnang, 6’8 Noah Collier, 6’5 Jalen Warley, 6’4 Wade Chiddick, 6’4 Tyler Berger.

6. Roman Catholic  (Philadelphia)

(Previously 7)

The Skinny: Roman showed their might and determination making it to the PCL finals before falling to NG. Coach Griffin’s squad had a date I’m Hershey, PA in mid March.

Top Performers: 6’1 Lynn Greer III, 5’10 Xavier Brown, 7’0 Jalen Duren, 6’5 Justice Williams, Quadir Brown.

8. McDowell (Erie)

(LAST WEEK 9)

McDowell won three straight games in Orlando at the KSA events behind 108 points for ’21 Will Jeffress . The Trojans took down West Orange (FL) in OT 76-73, Jeffress dropped 41 after forcing the extra session. He then threw in 39 points in a lopsided 74-27 contest, before scoring 28 in a 52-35 win over Melbourne (FL).

9. Methacton (Eagleville),

(Previously 9)

The Skinny: The sleeper in the wide open 6A field has the poise and style to punish opponents. Offensive weapons all over the floor make them a tough out!

Top Performers: 6’9 Jeff Woodward, 6’4 Erik Timko, Owen Kropp, Brett Eberly, Brett Byrne, Ryan Baldwin.

10. Cheltenham

(Previously 10)

The Skinny: Cheltenham has continued to rise to the occasion all season long, and the post season is no different. Tough out 4sure.

Top Performers: 6’4 Jaelen McGlone, 6’4 Sean Emfinger, 6’1 J. Moore

11. Butler

(LAST WEEK 18)

The Skinny: Gatorade player of the year and favorite for the PREP SCENE POY has shown his ability to put the Tornado’s on his back when it counts. Bracket’s are made for stars and their is non bigger in any classification.

Top Performers: 6’6 Ethan Morton 6’2 Mattrix Clement

12. Coatesville

(LAST WEEK 18)

The Red Raiders 6-0 after defeating two SUPER 25 teams and Downingtown West 66-58, #20 West Chester East and #25 Reading High 69-42 at Unionville HS.

19. Mt. Lebanon (Pittsburgh)

(LAST WEEK HM)

14.  Perkiomen School (Pennsburg)

(LAST WEEK 6)

The Panthers begin their season 7-2, with wins over Covenant Prep 70-56, Mercersburg Academy 64-47, West Nottingham Academy 67-56, Olympus Prep 70-59 and Sprinfield Chestnut Hill 68-40, before eventually losing to #1. Scotland Campus at Mt. Zion, in the GAC’s Session II of their triple-header series 96-62 and NJ powerhouse Blair Academy.

12. Wilson (West Lawn)

(Previously 15)

The Skinny: Guards win at any level, and you will have to look far and wide to find a better one in the state of PA. Mitchell leads a disciplined offense that looks to bring Berks County Gold!

Top Performers: 6’2 Stevie Mitchell, 6’4 Evan Timochenko

22. Milton Hershey

(Previously 16)

The Skinny: Forthcoming…

Top Performers: 6’6 Joshua Parra, 6’7 Ahvon Cross, 6’0 Ka’ron George, Nate Boyd

15. Lincoln Park (Midland)

(Previously 17)

Top Performers: 6’4 Andre Wilder, 6’0 Isaiah Smith, 6’0 Johnnie Bryant, 6’5 Montae Reddix, 6’5 Daquan Bradford

Upcoming Games: 1/24 7:00 PM @ New Brighton, 1/26 4:30 PM Kennedy Catholic

18. Math Civics Sciences (Philadelphia)

(LAST WEEK 21)

MCS is 5-1 with its only loss to NJ powerhouse St. Benedict’s Prep at the Fred Pickett Classic. The Mighty Elephants have posted wins over Pottsville, Constitution and #22 Friends’ Central, along with Philadelphia and at NY powerhouse Lincoln (s) 72-64 and 82-77 respectively.

24.   Kennedy Catholic (Hermitage)

(Previously 19)

Top Performers: 6’6 Ike Herster,

Upcoming Games: 1/24 L 65-53 @ #8 McDowell

20. West Chester East,

(Last Week #23)

The Vikings are 6-1 after going into State College and winning the Skip Coleman Classic, besting Bartrum, Downingtown East. and Academy of New Church. Future Delaware Blue Hen, Andrew Carr went for 40 points against ANC. However, they did lose to #12 Coatesville 64-40.

21. Fox Chapel (Pittsburgh)

Fox Chapel begins the season at 5-0 with wins over Hampton, Bethel Park, Woodland Hills, #23 Penn Hills and Seneca Valley.

22. Archbishop Carroll (Radnor)

Carroll has posted wins over Pennbury, Bayard Rustin, Wilkes-Barre, and previously ranked West Catholic in the early part of the season to remain undefeated.

23. Penn Hills

(LAST WEEK 24)

The Indians are 5-1 taking down Pine-Richland 66-55, Highlands 84-69 and Perry Traditional Academy 72-32, Gateway 77-61, and Laurel Highlands 74-71 in 2 OT’s. Their only blemish to date is stumbling at #21 Fox Chapel.

24. Easton

After losing their first game of the season at #15 Wilson, the Red Rovers have ran off five straight wins over Louis E. Dieruff, William Allen, Liberty and Freedom, Quakertown.

18.   Imhotep Charter (Philadelphia)

(Previously 20)

Top Performers: 6’8 Elijah Taylor, Sam Wylie,

20. Reading

(LAST WEEK HM)

Previously Ranked-

Last Week #22
(Last Week #25
(12/9 #17)
(12/9 #20)
(12/9 #21)

Freedom (Bethlehem)

Friends Central (Wynnewood)

Hill School (Pottstown)

Upper St. Clair

West Catholic (Philadelphia)

Honorable Mention:

Aliquippa

Allderdice

Allentown Central Catholic

Archbishop Ryan (Philadelphia)

Bishop Guilfoyle (Altoona)

Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg)

Brentwood (Pittsburgh)

Cedar Cliff (Camp Hill)

Central York

Chester

Crestwood (Mountain Top)

Cumberland Valley (Mechanicburg)

Executive Charter (Allentown)

Gettysburg

Highlands (Natrona Heights)

Johnstown

Kiski Prep

Malvern Prep

Mercersburg Academy

New Castle

Parkland (Allentown)

Phelps (Malvern)

Pine-Richland (Gibsonia)

Simon Gratz (Philadelphia)

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (Philadelphia)

St. Joe’s Prep (Philadelphia)

Trinity (Camp Hill)

Vincentian (Pittsburgh)

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Previous HM: Chambersburg, Constitution

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King of the Bluegrass, KY

Bishop McDevitt returns to action tomorrow at 4:30 PM vs Madisonville, KY after losing in quarterfinals.

BISHOP MCDEVITT (PA) 47, PALMETTO (FL) 45

Our opener on Day 2 of the 2019 Chad Gardner Law King of the Bluegrass featured a pair of talented out-of-state opponents with Palmetto of Miami, FL taking on Bishop McDevitt of Wyncote, PA. The Royal Lancers of Bishop McDevitt, who came into the event ranked 66th in the nation in the MaxPreps 2019-20 Preseason Top 100, held on to advance in their first KOB appearance. 
The opening quarter was dominated by the Bishop McDevitt defense as the Royal Lancers held Palmetto to 2/12 shooting with the Panthers going scoreless for the first 4:30 of the game. Bishop McDevitt would miss their last five shot of the quarter though leading 9-4. A Robert Smith dunk extended the Lancers lead to 13-4 two minutes in the second quarter. Marcos Molina’s 3-pointer just over mid-way through the quarter pulled Palmetto within 6 points at 17-11, but they couldn’t get any closer in the opening half. The final three minutes of the half were all Bishop McDevitt as a 5-1 run sent them to the break leading 22-12. 
Jordan Lopez was on fire to open the second half with scoring nine points as part of a 13-2 run for Palmetto to cut the Lancers lead to 26-25 with 3:25 remaining the third quarter. Shamir Mosley’s bucket a minute later extended the Bishop McDevitt lead back to 30-25. A Josnel Aloma three-pointer in the closing seconds of the quarter pulled Palmetto back to within 31-32. The Bishop McDevitt lead grew back to as many as five points early in the fourth quarter before another Panther run that would get as close as one point at 35-36 with 3:45 remaining in the game. Jamil Manigo scored five straight for the Royal Lancers to extend the Bishop McDevitt lead back to 41-35 with 2:30 remaining in the game. A 3-pointer by Kentron Poitier got things going for Palmetto cutting the lead to 41-39 with two minutes to play. Joel Aloma’s old-fashion three-point play with 12.8 seconds remaining capped a 5-0 Palmetto run to tie the game for the first time at 45-45. The Royal Lancers’ Jamil Manigo connected on a baseline jumper and was fouled with 2.5 seconds remaining putting Bishop McDevitt ahead by the final margin of victory at 47-45. 
Jamil Manigo led the way for Bishop McDevitt earning Central Bank Player of the Game honors with 13 points. Robert Smith added 10 points for the Royal Lancers. Palmetto’s Jordan Lopez led all scorers with 14 points and Joel Aloma added 13 points for the Panthers.

BALLARD 69, BISHOP MCDEVITT 63

We opened our quarterfinal Saturday with an exciting matchup between No. 6 Ballard and Bishop McDevitt of Wyncote, PA. It was the Bruins of Kentucky cruising to their 61st all-time KOB victory with a dominant performance from the opening minute of play.

Bishop McDevitt took their only lead of the game on the opening possession with a quick 3-pointer by Robert Smith. The Ballard defense would hold the Royal Lancers scoreless for the next four minutes as they taking the lead on an early basket by Maker Bar. The Bruins took control with a 9-4 run over the next three minutes building a 13-7 lead. The two teams would exchange 4-0 runs before the quarter break with Ballard leading 17-11. Justin Buford’s three-pointer less than a minute into the second quarter extended Ballard’s lead to 22-11. Behind five points from Quin Gilyard, part of a 9-3 Bishop McDevitt run, the Royal Lancers got as close as 6 points in the final minute of the half.

Bishop McDevitt’s Robert Smith opened the second half with a hot hand connecting on a pair of 3-pointers to pull the Royal Lancers as close as 32-35. A 14-5 Ballard run put the Bruins back firmly in control at 49-37 late in the third quarter. The fourth quarter saw Bishop McDevitt slowly chip away at the Ballard lead getting as close as 7 points on numerous occasions, but the Bruins connected on 5-of-7 free throws late in the game to keep them in control. A pair of late missed free throws by Ballard let Bishop McDevitt cut the final margin of victory to 69-63.

Jack Edelen led Ballard with a team-high 17 points earning Central Bank Player of the Game honors. The Bruins got 13 points and 10 points respectively from Gabe Sisk and Lewis Richards. Robert Smith led Bishop McDevitt with a game-high 22 points. Jamil Manigo added 15 points and 6 rebounds for the Royal Lancers.

The current #2 Saints are set to tip off in Vegas in a few hours.

2.   Neumann-Goretti  (Philadelphia)

(Previously 2)

The Skinny: Coach Arrigale possesses the weapons and championship pedigree to beat anyone in the state, including 5th year prep schools in a one and done situation. Very hard call to not have a co-number 1 in 2020.

Top Performers: 6’1 Hysier Miller, 6’7 Chaz Evans, 5’10 Hakim Byrd, 6’2 Chris Evans, 6’7 Blaise Vespe, 6’6 Cameron Young, 6’8 Jordan Hall

New weekly SUPER 25 drops tomorrow evening…

Mike Bullock’s PIAA Rankings by Classification

SUNBURY DAILY ITEM  BOYS’ BASKETBALL RANKINGS
(through games of Dec. 15)

Compiled by Mike Bullock

CLASS 6A
No. School Rec Prev

  1. Roman Catholic (12) 2-0 1
  2. Coatesville (1) 2-0 2
  3. Butler (7) 3-1 3
  4. Kennedy Catholic (10) 3-0 4
  5. Cheltenham (1) 4-0 5
  6. Methacton (1) 3-1 6
  7. Wilson (3) 3-0 7
  8. McDowell (10) 3-1 8
  9. Parkland (11) 3-0 9
  10. Mount Lebanon (7) 4-0 OW

Checked in: No. 10 Mount Lebanon.

Checked out: No. 10 William Allen.

Others to watch: Allderdice (8) 3-1; Bensalem (1) 4-1; Bethel Park (7) 2-3; Bethlehem Freedom (11) 4-0; Cedar Crest (3) 4-0; Central Bucks West (1) 4-0; Central Dauphin East (3) 2-0; Central York (3) 3-1; Chambersburg (3) 4-1; Chester (1) 3-0; Cumberland Valley (3) 4-0; Dallastown (3) 3-2; East Stroudsburg South (11) 5-0; Easton (11) 3-1; Exeter (3) 4-0; Father Judge (12) 3-1; Fox Chapel (7) 5-0; Garnet Valley (1) 3-0; George Washington (12) 4-1; Governor Mifflin (3) 4-0; Harrisburg (3) 1-1; Haverford (1) 4-0; Lower Merion (1) 2-1; Olney (12) 4-1; Pennridge (1) 4-0; Pine-Richland (7) 2-2; Reading (3) 3-1; Simon Gratz (12) 6-0; Souderton (1) 4-0; St. Joseph’s Prep (12) 5-0; Upper St. Clair (7) 3-1; Warwick (3) 3-1; William Allen (11) 2-2.

CLASS 5A
No. School Rec Prev

  1. Archbishop Wood (12) 1-2 1
  2. West Chester East (1) 4-0 2
  3. Mars (7) 3-0 3
  4. Archbishop Ryan (12) 3-1 4
  5. Milton Hershey (3) 3-0 7
  6. Penn Hills (7) 3-1 6
  7. Crestwood (2) 3-0 OW
  8. Abington Heights (2) 3-1 8
  9. Northeastern (3) 3-1 9
  10. Southern Lehigh (11) 4-1 10

Checked in: No. 7  Crestwood.

Checked out: No. 5 Pottsville.

Others to watch: Blue Mountain (11) 3-0; Cardinal O’Hara (12) 4-0; Cathedral Prep (10) 3-0; Cedar Cliff (3) 4-0; Chartiers Valley (7) 1-2; Dallas (2) 3-1; Elizabethtown (3) 1-3; Gettysburg (3) 3-0; Great Valley (1) 4-1; Hollidaysburg (6) 5-0; Johnstown (6) 2-0; Meadville (10) 4-0; Muhlenberg (3) 4-0; New Oxford (3) 4-1; Northern York (3) 3-1; Penncrest (1) 3-1; Pottsville (11) 1-2; Radnor (1) 5-0; Shaler (7) 3-1; Shippensburg (3) 3-1; Trinity (7) 3-1; Wallenpaupack (2) 3-0; York (3) 3-1; York Suburban (3) 4-1.

CLASS 4A
No. School Rec Prev

  1. Imhotep Charter (12) 4-2 1
  2. Archbishop Carroll (12) 3-0 2
  3. New Castle (7) 4-1 3
  4. Hickory (10) 2-2 4
  5. Allentown Central Catholic (11) 3-1 5
  6. Bishop McDevitt (3) 2-0 7
  7. Highlands (7) 3-1 8
  8. Bonner-Prendergast (12) 3-1 OW
  9. Tyrone (6) 4-0 OW
  10. Huntingdon (6) 2-0 10

Checked in: No. 8 Bonner-Prendergast and No. 9 Tyrone.

Checked out: No. 6 Bethlehem Catholic and No. 9 Nanticoke.

Others to watch: Bethlehem Catholic (11) 2-3; Central Martinsburg (6) 4-0; Central Valley (7) 0-0; Danville (4) 3-1; Elco (3) 3-1; Knoch (7) 2-1; Lancaster Catholic (3) 2-1; Montoursville (4) 2-0; Nanticoke (2) 1-3; Octorara (3) 3-1; Overbrook (12) 2-4; Quaker Valley (7) 3-0; Scranton Prep (2) 2-1; Shamokin (4) 4-0; Tunkhannock (2) 4-1; Uniontown (7) 3-0; Valley View (2) 3-1.

CLASS 3A
No. School Rec Prev

  1. Neumann-Goretti (12) 3-0 1
  2. Bishop McDevitt (12) 1-2 2
  3. Lincoln Park (7) 4-1 3
  4. Trinity (3) 3-0 4
  5. North Catholic (7) 4-1 7
  6. Richland (6) 1-0 6
  7. Sharon (10) 2-1 8
  8. Loyalsock (4) 4-0 OW
  9. West Catholic (12) 3-1 NR
  10. Camp Hill (3) 2-2 10

Checked in: No. 8 Loyalsock and No. 9 West Catholic.

Checked out: No. 5 Wyoming Seminary and No. 9 Dunmore.

Others to watch: Aliquippa (7) 1-1; Beaver Falls (7) 3-1; Columbia (3) 2-3; Dunmore (2) 2-1; Ellwood City (7) 4-1; Franklin (10) 4-0; High School of the Future (12) 3-1; Holy Redeemer (2) 1-2; Hughesville (4) 4-0; Lakeland (2) 3-1; Ligonier Valley (6) 4-2; McGuffey (7) 4-0; Mercyhurst Prep (10) 3-1; Mid Valley (2) 2-1; Mount Carmel (4) 4-0; New Hope-Solebury (1) 3-1; Riverside (2) 2-1; Science Leadership-Beeber (12) 3-1; Seton-La Salle (7) 3-1; South Allegheny (7) 5-0; Washington (7) 2-0; West Shamokin (6) 4-0; Westmont Hilltop (6) 3-0; Wyoming Seminary (2) 1-2.

CLASS 2A
No. School Rec Prev

  1. Math, Civics & Sciences (12) 3-1 1
  2. Our Lady Sacred Heart (7) 4-0 3
  3. Executive Education (11) 3-1 4
  4. Constitution (12) 0-2 2
  5. Holy Cross (2) 4-0 5
  6. Bishop Guilfoyle (6) 1-0 8
  7. Steelton-Highspire (3) 3-0 OW
  8. Keystone (9) 3-1 10
  9. Shenango (7) 4-2 OW
  10. Farrell (10) 1-1 6

Checked in: No. 7  Steelton-Highspire and No. 9  Shenango.

Checked out: No. 7 Delco Christian and No. 9 Wilmington.

Others to watch: Antietam (3) 2-1; Brentwood (7) 4-0; Coudersport (9) 2-0; Delco Christian (1) 2-2; Dock Mennonite (1) 3-1; Laurel (7) 4-1; Mahanoy Area (11) 3-1; Marian Catholic (11) 3-0; Millersburg (3) 5-0; Millville (4) 3-1; Ridgway (9) 3-0; Riverview (7) 4-1; Rocky Grove (10) 4-1; Schuylkill Haven (11) 3-1; Springdale (7) 5-0; Sto-Rox (7) 2-2; Wyalusing Valley (4) 4-0.


CLASS 1A
No. School Rec Prev

  1. Vincentian (7) 1-1 1
  2. Elk County Catholic (9) 3-0 2
  3. Shade (5) 4-0 3
  4. Bishop Carroll (6) 1-0 4
  5. Cornell (7) 3-1 5
  6. Berlin Brothersvalley (5) 3-0 8
  7. Clarion-Limestone (9) 4-0 9
  8. Johnsonburg (9) 2-2 6
  9. St. John Neumann (4) 3-1 10
  10. Sankofa Freedom (12) 1-4 7

Checked in: No one.

Checked out: No one.

Others to watch: Chester Charter (1) 3-1; Eden Christian (7) 3-1; Geibel Catholic (7) 4-0; Halifax (3) 3-0; Leechburg (7) 4-1; Lititz Christian (3) 3-0; Mount Calvary (3) 4-1; Nazareth Prep (7) 3-2; North Clarion (9) 4-0; North Penn-Liberty (4) 3-1; Notre Dame-East Stroudsburg (11) 3-1; Saltsburg (6) 4-1; Southern Fulton (5) 2-1; Sullivan County (4) 4-0; The Christian Academy (1) 4-1; Union Area (7) 3-1; Union-Rimersburg (9) 3-1.

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