2022-23 6th Grade Girls

Team Highlights


Eliana Vinca

Eliana completed her first year as a Legend.

Eliana is a lightening quick post that developed from a beginner to one of the best players in the league as the season progressed.  She was second on the team in scoring (155 points) and rebounds (179) and was third in steals with 79.  She led the team in blocked shots with 59.  She had the team’s only triple-double vs. Mifflin County.  Her scoring skills blossomed in the winter season.  Scored a season high 16 points in a playoff win over Dubois.  Had a great Scranton shootout scoring 26 points and averaging 5 blocks per game.  She was instrumental in the press break.


Brighid "Hot Dog" Duffy

Brighid completed her first year as a Legend. She is a 5th grader playing up one year. 

Brighid brought spirit and spunk to the Legends.  She found herself in the middle of many big plays during the season including having a key assist in a win at the Scranton Shootout. She tripled her rebounding and steal totals from the Fall season to the Winter Season.  As the youngest player on the team she had to earn her minutes.  She made major contributions in the 2nd place finish at the Lewisburg Fall Festival tournament and the Scranton Spring Shootout where she scored late in the last game to excite the crowd.


Emma Kaniecki

Emma completed her first year as a Legend. 

Emma is a strong all-around guard that can score driving or from deep.  She uses her strength well on defense and rebounding.  She was third on the team in scoring (142 points), and rebounds (103).  Emma had 13 points in a victory over Beck’s in the Fall JMC League.  She also had 69 steals.  She had 14 points and three 3-pointers in a big win over Tyrone in the Moshannon Valley Winter League.  Emma extended her shooting range as the season went on hitting five three pointers during the winter season.


Kacie Kempf

Kacie completed her first year as a Legend. 

Kacie developed from a role player early in the year into a key part of the guard rotation in the winter season.  Her intense defense often made a difference in games and as the season progressed her offense became a weapon as well.  She finished the season 4th on the team with 25 assists.  She also had 33 points and 29 steals.  Had a strong Scranton Shootout when her defense turned a game around for the Legends, and had a season high 8 points in a victory over NEPA NXT.


Elise "The Beast" Bechtel

Elise completed her second year as a Legend. 

Elise is a tough-as-nails point guard who is solid with the ball.  She is a playmaker and can score on drives and from downtown.  Elise led her team in assists (48), was fourth in scoring (123 points), and tied for first in steals (85).  She also grabbed over 80 rebounds and blocked 24 shots.  She was second on the team in three pointers with 6.  Elise had great success against the Storm hitting the go ahead layup in the final moments of the Legends first victory over them and scoring a team high 8 in the playoffs.  She had an outstanding Scranton shootout scoring 21 points.


Shae "Stadium" Dwyer

Shae completed her first year as a Legend.

Shae joined the team at the end of the Fall season and worked her way into the rotation at point guard and the three-guard very quickly.  She is an excellent ball handler who can weave through traffic to find players in transition for good scoring opportunities.  In the half-court offense she is active on the boards and moves the ball well. Shae finished second on the team with 47 assists, grabbed 62 rebounds and had 42 steals to go with 19 points.  She led the team with 11 assists and 10 steals in the Scranton Shootout and led the team with 18 assists in the Moshannon Valley Winter League.


Kylee "Killer" Collins

Kylee completed her first year as a Legend. 

Kylee became a powerful force for the Legends in the paint on the defensive end and showed continuous improvement through the season.  She grabbed 60 of her 72 rebounds in the winter/spring season. Kylee scored 24 points on the season as she developed as inside game and started to pull down offensive rebounds.  On defense Kylee defended the paint and was a vocal leader on the court calling out cutters and open players.  She had a season high 8 rebounds against Dubois.


Aryeana McCleary

Aryeana complete her first year as a Legend.

Aryeana joined the team for the winter league and quickly established herself as the top scoring threat in the league.  She is able to hit long three pointers and drive through traffic to score inside.  She is also a strong rebounder.  She led the team with 391 points, 215 rebounds, and 85 steals.  She also led with 12 three-pointers.  She led the team in shooting percentage at 55% and made more than 60% of her foul shots.  She scored over 20 points 11 times and had 8 double-doubles including all four games in the Scranton Spring Shootout.  Had an exciting game winning three point play in the final seconds to help defeat the Storm to clinch the Winter League title.


Juliet "Violet" Jones

Juliet completed her first year as a Legend.

Juliet is a fundamentally sound, consistent player for the Legends as an undersized post.  She is an excellent team defender and is an effective rebounder and scorer around the basket.  She is always in the right place and has great hands. She also helps on the press break with her fast decisions.  She finished the year with 53 rebounds, 12 assists and 28 points. She was third on the team in shooting percentage.  She scored 6 points in the Scranton Shootout and had a career-high 7 against Mifflin County. 

Inactive Players


Mira "The Miracle" Coble

This is Mira's 3rd year as a Legend in addition to her participation in some games in the past season.  Mira is a floor leader at point guard and is a very well-rounded player.  She completed her third year as a Legend.  Mira has 109 points and 27 assists  in her career.

This year she is participating as a practice player.


Mira played in a double header in the Philipshburg League and helped the team to a 2-0 record with 9 assists.


Mira played in 2 games in the outdoor double header in Lewistown.  Mira played point guard both games and showed great poise running the offense despite playing up one year.  Mira was perfect from the foul line and had a beautiful pass leading to a layup for a teammate. 


Mira led her team in shooting percentage (24%) and was tied for second on the team in assists (16) and was second in scoring (53 pts).  She uses both her left and right hands to score and make plays.  She had 12 points against Mifflin County in the Little Cats Holiday Tournament on 6/10 shooting.   She was 2nd in assists and 3rd in steals in the JMC Winter League and tied for the most points in the JMC 5th Grade Fall League.  She finished with 51 rebounds and 41 steals on the season.  For her career Mira has 103 points, 103 rebounds, 70 steals and 17 assists.


Mira Coble had a stellar first season playing both post and guard.  She was second on the team in assists with 6, 4th in rebounds with 52, 4th on the team in steals with 26 and 2nd in scoring with 50 points.  Developed into a strong ball handler with both hands.  Had the game winning basket in the semi-final win in which she had 4 points and 6 rebounds.   Had 10 points in victory over the Hot Shots.