POST SEASON HONORS FOR LADY PIONEERS
Hansen and Harbaugh Selected as Tri County Conference First Team All Stars
TOP THREE for the 2015-16 Season
|Scoring (avg)||Rebounding (avg)||Assists||Steals||3 point baskets||High Scoring||Opponent|
|Hansen 342 (13.2)||Hansen 268 (10.3)||Harbaugh 51||Harbaugh 58||Harbaugh 46||Hansen 28||Triton|
|Harbaugh 307 (11.8)||Cirone 124 (4.8)||T. Bouzakis 44||T. Bouzakis 22||Michael 29||Harbaugh 24||Deptford|
|Michael 122 (5.1)||Harbaugh 119 (4.6)||Cirone 35||
|N.Bouzakis 6||Cirone 12||Lower Cape May|
A SCOOP OF HOOPS
from Coach Bress
March 29, 2016
Although the High School season was over, I did manage to enjoy some basketball last week. First, I joined nearly 300 guests at the Al Carino Girls Basketball Club of South Jersey Awards Banquet which honored the Player of the Year (Mary Gedaka of Gloucester Catholic), the Coach of the Year (John Senft of Highland) as well as All-South Jersey and All-Group players. It was an excellent evening and I always enjoy catching up with coaching friends and saying goodbye to graduating players.
There is at least one change to the coaching roster of the TCC Royal Division as Kingsway Coach Karyn Pickard announced her retirement. Following a stellar career that spanned several different stints with the Lady Dragons over more than 20 years, "KP" will definitely be missed in the Conference and in South Jersey.
Coach Wagner and I enjoyed excellent seats at the NCAA Men's East Regional played at the Wells Fargo Center. A very talented team from North Carolina emerged as the East representative to the Final Four and we enjoyed not only the games on Friday and Sunday but the day-long practice session where we saw all four teams and their Tournament preparation.
Good Luck Spring Sports!
Carino Club Captains
and Unsung Heroes Banquet
Royal Division Schedule/Results
NO GAMES SCHEDULED
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Tri County Royal Division
2015-16 FINAL SEASON STANDINGS
The entire South Jersey sports community has lost a great man as Coach Bob "Blade" Burrough passed away due to complications from recent surgery. Following a very successful teaching and coaching career at Deptford, Coach "B" became a fixture at Clearview and had been the freshman coach for the Lady Pioneers since the 2004-05 season. The Clearview Girls Basketball Family sends the most sincere condolences to his wife Darlene, daughter Jaime, son Robert and grandchildren Nolan, Cecelia, Kara and Maggie. We promise to "pay it forward" and will honor his memory during the 2015-16 season.
Click HERE for Individual Player Statistics from 2015-16