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State College's Bokunewicz Named First-Team All-State State College's Bokunewicz Named First-Team All-State
22 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Philip Cmor
Although the season and her high school career might be over, the accolades for Maya Bukonewicz continued to roll in on Monday with the news that the Lady Little Lions’ 6-foot-1 guard-forward had been voted to the Pennsylvania Sports Writers Class 6A All-State Girls’ Basketball First Team. [Read More]
Storied Career Continues for State College's Bokunewicz Storied Career Continues for State College's Bokunewicz
30 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Philip Cmor
All those teams that Maya Bokunewicz helped State College beat over the past four years, all those players she scored nearly 1,500 points against can blame sibling rivalry. [Read More]
St. Joe’s, PV girls move on; Bellefonte ousted from playoffs St. Joe’s, PV girls move on; Bellefonte ousted from playoffs
31 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRING MILLS — A trio of Centre County girls’ high school basketball teams opened District 6 tournament play last week, including Penns Valley, which received a career-high 31 points from Hannah Montminy in a 67-25 victory over visiting Mount Union in a Class 3A quarterfinal-round [Read More]
Lady Lions' Rally Comes Up Short Against Minnesota in Conference Opener Lady Lions' Rally Comes Up Short Against Minnesota in Conference Opener
39 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Philip Cmor
Fall semester final exams might have been a couple of weeks ago, but the young Penn State women’s basketball team still is learning. Mostly, about itself. [Read More]
State College's Bokunewicz Explodes for 51 Points in Two Games State College's Bokunewicz Explodes for 51 Points in Two Games
39 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Philip Cmor
Maya Bokunewicz went off for 51 points last week as State College notched wins over Harrisburg and Mifflin County in area high school girls’ basketball action last week. [Read More]
Toomer, Myers get first wins; Bokunewicz honored for 1,000 career points Toomer, Myers get first wins; Bokunewicz honored for 1,000 career points
41 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
COCOLAMUS — New coach Marcus Toomer got his head coaching career off to a fine start as his Bellefonte Area High School girls’ basketball team finished second in the Juniata County Tipoff Tournament. The Lady Raiders held East Juniata to two points in their 49-40 first-round victory on [Read More]
McDaniel Scores 40 as Lady Lions Beat Pitt McDaniel Scores 40 as Lady Lions Beat Pitt
42 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Philip Cmor
After watching Kamaria McDaniel score 27 points against North Carolina Central in the consolation game of the Cal Classic, Penn State women’s basketball coach Carolyn Kieger thought it might be time to raise the bar for her standout junior guard. [Read More]
P-O, Penns Valley and Bellefonte have new girls’ coaches in 2019-20 P-O, Penns Valley and Bellefonte have new girls’ coaches in 2019-20
43 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Brandon Myers’ competitive athletic career ended about a half-decade ago when he graduated from Slippery Rock University. The one-time Philipsburg-Osceola baseball and basketball standout wasn’t ready to see his relationship with sports come to an end, though. “The playing days [Read More]
Kieger Sets Bar as NCAA Tournament for Lady Lions Kieger Sets Bar as NCAA Tournament for Lady Lions
47 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Philip Cmor
Coaching changes are often met with trepidation. Fans and players alike are put in unfamiliar waters, surrounded by uncertainty and almost always anticipating rebuilding and growing pains. What sometimes gets overlooked, though, is the excitement the change injects might be just what the program nee [Read More]
Kieger sets bar as NCAA Tournament for Lady Lions Kieger sets bar as NCAA Tournament for Lady Lions
47 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — Coaching changes are often met with trepidation. Fans and players alike are put in unfamiliar waters, surrounded by uncertainty and almost always anticipating rebuilding and growing pains. What sometimes gets overlooked, though, is the excitement the change injects might [Read More]
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