"A Scoop Of Hoops"
from Coach Bress
March 5, 2015
The snow is falling once again; although it was just rain when most of us got the call (or email) cancelling school today, it looks like it was a good call. I am using the time to catch up on my statistics for the season, and while we are all disappointed at the sudden end to the 2014-15 season, I am choosing to focus on the positive rather than the negative.
The team more than doubled its win total (17 vs. 8) and earned the second best regular season record in my 11 years as a coach. The Lady Pioneers scored 4 more points per game, but gave up more than 12 points LESS per game; those that know me well know that I am the most proud of that stat! The team produced more assists, less turnovers and more rebounds than in 2013-14.
As far as post season recognition, Liz Kramer was chosen as a FIRST TEAM ALL STAR for the Tri-County Royal Division. Elaina Hansen and Jordan Harbaugh earned SECOND TEAM status, and Hannah Quast was an HONORABLE MENTION selection. Liz will also play in both the Al Carino Girls Basketball Club Senior All Star Game and the NJSCA North/South Senior All Star Game. Information on location and game times will be posted shortly.
We will definitely miss our graduating senior players, but I am encouraged by the performance of our underclassmen. We have a very solid nucleus of players returning and with the success of the 2014-15 Lady Pioneers providing a blueprint, I can not wait for the 2015-16 edition to take the floor ... Acccording to my countdown clock, only 270 more days!
BASKETBALL ACTIVITY SCHEDULE
WEEK OF MARCH 9 to 15, 2015
NO TEAM ACTIVITIES SCHEDULED
Tri County Conference
Click HERE for TCC Scores Archives
2014-15 Statistical Leaders:
FINAL REGULAR SEASON
POINTS PER GAME:
Elaina Hansen 10.1
Liz Kramer 7.8
Jordan Harbaugh 6.7
Hannah Quast 5.8
HIGH GAME: Elaina Hansen (23) vs. 3 teams
REBOUNDS PER GAME:
Elaina Hansen 8.3
Liz Kramer 4.5
Jordan Harbaugh 4.2
Ali Donohue 3.8
HIGH GAME: Elaina Hansen (18) vs. T.R. North
Liz Kramer 110
Hannah Quast 49
Jordan Harbaugh 36
Ali Donohue and Brianna Ladner 27
HIGH GAME: Liz Kramer (7) vs. 3 teams
Liz Kramer 45
Hannah Quast 43
Jordan Harbaugh 25
Elaina Hansen 23
HIGH GAME: Hannah Quast (7) vs. GCIT
FREE THROW SHOOTING PERCENTAGE
(minimum 10 FTA):
Liz Kramer 68%
Elaina Hansen 55%
Jordan Harbaugh 55%
Ali Dononue 54%
Brianna Ladner 53%
THREE POINT BASKETS:
Jordan Harbaugh 37
Hannah Quast 12
Haley Plitt 7
HIGH GAME: Jordan Harbaugh (4) vs. N. Burlington
Click HERE for Individual Player Statistics
HANSEN SELECTED TO ALL TOURNEY TEAM FOR 2015 SJIBT
Clearview freshman forward Elaina Hansen was selected to the 2015 South Jersey Invitational Basketball Tournament All Tournament team. In three SJIBT games, Hansen scored 40 points and pulled down 26 rebounds. Joining Hansen were Tournament MVP Taiah Thornton and Sierra Taylor from Camden Catholic, Mary Gedaka and Maggie McIntyre from Gloucester Catholic, Taylor Bynoe from Williamstown, Alayxiah Carr from Haddon Township, Marisa Dileo from Cinnaminson, Brittany Martin from Timber Creek, Kristin Smith from Rancocas Valley, Ly’aishia Stevens from Woodrow Wilson and Isabella Therien from Cherokee and Jordan Wallace from Sterling.
Carino Club Honors Liz Kramer
On February 4, Liz Kramer was honored by the Al Carino Girls Basketball Club
of South Jersey as one of the Outstanding Senior Players of 2014-15. Also recognized at the Captains and Unsung Heroes Banquet were fellow seniors
Ali Dononue, Brianna Ladner, Kori Warren,
junior Co-Captain Hannah Quast
and Unsung Hero Joshua Apostoli.
2014 Collingswood Holiday Tournament
Girls Basketball Champions
Clearview Lady Pioneers Basketball 2014-15
TRI-COUNTY CONFERENCE HONORS
Royal Division Coaches Recognize a Quartet of Lady Pioneers
Liz Kramer (#33) FIRST TEAM ALL STAR
Elaina Hansen (#42) SECOND TEAM ALL STAR
Jordan Harbaugh (#3) SECOND TEAM ALL STAR
Hannah Quast (#10) HONORABLE MENTION ALL STAR
ALL STAR SELECTION
Senior Guard Liz Kramer has been selected to play in two of the
most prestigious post seasonALL STAR GAMES in New Jersey.
On Friday, March 20 she will take her place among South Jersey's Elite Senior Class
at the Al Carino Girls Baskeball Club Senior All Star Game and
on Sunday, March 22, she will join the top seniors STATEWIDE at the NJSCA North/South Senior All Star Game.