End of Season Awards Dinner Set for THURSDAY, March 30
6:00pm in the High School Auxiliary Cafeteria
THE HONORS CONTINUE FOR LPB
Senior Guard Jordan Harbaugh and Head Coach Neil Bress
were both honored at the Al Carino Girls Basketball Club Awards Banquet.
Jordan earned 1st Team All Group IV and 2nd Team All South Jersey
while Coach Bress received the Carino Club President's Award
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CARINO CLUB HONORS JORDAN HARBAUGH
LPB Well Represented at Captains and Unsung Heroes Banquet
Senior guard Jordan Harbaugh was honored by the Al Carino Girls Basketball Club as one of South Jersey's top senior players
at the "Captains and Unsung Heroes" Banquet held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill on Wednesday, February 1.
Captains Elaina Hansen, Jessica Cirone and Jordan Harbaugh were recognized,
as were Unsung Heroes Brooke Pawlowksi, Sarah Platt, Kasey Diodati and Kylie Watermasysk.
On February 21 the teams from Clearview and Clayton posed together following the "Lace Up 4 Kids" Pediatric Cancer Benefit Game played at The Hank. Working with the Go 4 The Goal organization, the teams raised $1600 to benefit the We Are Thomas Tough Foundation.
HARBAUGH ENDS HIGH SCHOOL PLAYING CAREER
as CARINO SENIOR ALL STAR
It was my pleasure to coach Jordan Harbaugh
in her last game as a Clearview Lady Pioneer
in the Al Carino Girls Basketball Club Senior All Star Game.
Jordan was also named to the All-South Jersey Third Team
by the Philadelphia Inquirer
BASKETBALL ACTIVITY SCHEDULE
WEEK OF 3/20/17
TUESDAY, MARCH 21
Al Carino Girls Basketball Club Awards Banquet
7:00pm at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill
A SCOOP OF HOOPS
from Coach Bress
March 19, 2017
I had the pleasure of coaching the South (Blue) Team at the Al Carino Girls Basketball Club Senior All Star Game yesterday at Paul VI High School, which meant that I was the coach for Jordan Harbaugh's last game representing Clearview and LPB. All Star games (at least from my point of view) are about getting the players about the same amount of time on the floor, so although our Blue Team had less points on the scoreboard at the end of the game, to say we are the "losers" is not correct. Every one of the girls on both teams is a winner! I want to thank Terry Durkin and the Carino Club for allowing me to end my coaching career in the game along with my co-coach, Lauren Kendra from Haddon Heights, fellow Tri-County Conference coach Jay Senft from Highland and Bernie Hynson from Woodrow Wilson.
Jordan had an amazing senior year and a remarkable career and she will receive more accolades at the Carino Club Awards Banquet on Tuesday. She has been selected to the All South Jersey 2nd Team and the All Group IV Team by the Club, and will also earn recognition from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Courier-Post and Star-Ledger/NJ.com for their All South Jersey teams.
One other note for this week's "Scoop" is the resignation/retirement of my very good friend Ron Wister, the boys head coach at Haddon Township for the past 27 years. "Wis" and I were roommates at Temple, he is my daughter Allyson's godfather and got me involved with coaching as a volunteer assistant at Collingswood (when he was Mark Ritter's JV coach) and then as Freshman coach when he took over at Haddon Township. Along with Ritter, former Clearview boys coach Jim Woolbert and the late Bob Burrough, Ronnie was one of my coaching mentors and was very instrumental in any success I have achieved in my 25 years of boys and girls coaching on the Freshman, JV and Varsity levels at Haddon Township and Clearview. Much love and respect to my buddy and best wishes for the future for Ronnie, Barb, Zach and Luke!
Jordan Harbaugh accepting the Cleaview Team MVP Award
from SJIBT Tournament Director Mike Hallahan
Congratulations to Jordan Harbaugh
for being named to the 2017 SJIBT All-Tournament Team
and for setting the SJIBT record for three point baskets
made in a career.