Sydney "Syd Vicious" Mikesic
Syd finished the season with 151 points, 169 rebounds (2nd on team), 81 steals (2nd on team) and 23 blocked shots. She led her team in scoring in the Fall Festival Tournament. Syd had 10 points twice, and had 8 points, including 6 huge second half points in the championship game of the Lewistown March Madness tournament victory. She was second on the team in rebounding in the Winter and Spring seasons.
Syd led her team in rebounds (91) and defensive rebounds (55) and was tied for second in scoring (53 pts). She was third on her team in steals (59) and led posts with 6 assists. Syd shot over 20% from the floor. She had a strong Lewistown March Madness Tournament leading the team with 19 points including 10 in the semi-final. Syd showed a good ability to handle the ball making her a threat to drive to the basket making her valuable against the press break and open court.
Ally "The Express" Swauger
Ally finished the season with 43 assists, 93 rebounds, 78 steals and 102 points. She had a season high 12 points in the team's double OT victory over Bellwood-Antis and had a strong Fall Shootout scoring 10 points. She was tied for the team lead in steals with 12 in the Lewistown March Madness Tournament to go with 19 points, 9 steals and 8 assists. Led team in steals in Fall season. Had 5 assists in the championship clinching game in the Moshannon Valley Winter League.
Ally played three games and has developed into a fine point guard. Her speed, quickness and aggressiveness make her an outstanding defender. She moves the ball well on offense and uses the entire court. In the 3 game Spring Shootout in Scranton Ally was second on her team in assists, and led her team with 13 steals to go with 15 rebounds to lead all guards. Ally worked hard throughout the season at practice to improve her ball handling with both hands.
Ally used her athleticism to create steals on defense and her court vision to create scoring opportunities for her teammates. She led the team in assists (19), steals (102) and offensive rebounds (44). She finished 3rd on the team in rebounds (81). Ally developed into a point guard during the season. She led the team with 21 foul shot attempts. Had a strong Lewistown March Madness Tournament including 8 points and 5 steals against Huntingdon. She finished the season with 35 points. In her career Allie has 130 steals, 138 rebounds, 23 assists and 64 points.
Ally Swauger played post and was a big presence in the paint on offense and defense. She was 4th on the team in scoring with 29 points, second in rebounding with 57 and third in steals with 28. Ally ran the pick and roll very effectively and was very active on defense. Game high was 6 points. Grabbed the final rebound to clinch the semi-final victory. Led the team in offensive rebounds with 39.
Victoria was the team’s primary point guard and was second on the team with 51 assists. Had her first career three pointer against PA Dynamite. She had a season high 6 assists in a victory over Williamsburg in the Fall Shootout and led the team with 10 assists overall. Had 30 steals in the winter season (3rd on the team). Had 10 points and 5 assists against Wellsboro. Was third on her team in rebounding in the Happy Valley Hoopsfest Tournament.
Victoria played 7 games and continued to develop into a strong playmaker. Victoria played point guard and had a knack for finding the open player with perfect passes. She is a selfless player that looks to find her teammates for scoring opportunities. She led her team in assists with 9. She also had 9 steals and 20 rebounds. She had a season high 3 assists in the opening game of the year. She had 3 steals in a game twice.
Victoria was tied for second on her team in assists (16). While she focused mainly on moving the ball to open teammates she could score when her team needed her. She had 6 points in the Lewistown March Madness Tournament. She had an exceptional Little Cats Holiday Tournament with 8 points and 4 assists, including 4 points in the championship game. Had 3 assists in the Philipsburg Fall Shootout. Finished the season with 22 points. In her career has 21 assists, 56 rebounds, 48 steals and 30 points.
Victoria Witmer played all three guard positions and used both the left and right side of the court. She was a sure handed defender grabbing 14 steals and 16 rebounds. She also handed out 5 assists for fourth best on the team. Had an assist and 3 rebounds in the semi-final win. Had 4 second half points in exciting tie at the JMC leading the team in a 9 point comeback. Made first lefty layup for the team.
Ruby finished the season with 212 points (2nd on team), 155 rebounds (3rd on team), and 24 blocked shots. She had 14 points against NEPA NXT and Wellsboro. Scored at least 6 points all five games of the Lewistown March Madness Tournament including 8 in the championship game victory. Shot over 35% from the floor in the winter and spring seasons. She was second on the team in scoring in both the Winter and Spring seasons.
Ruby played 8 games with the Legends. She was second on her team in rebounds with 44 and led her team in defensive rebounds. Ruby was a strong player inside boxing out and playing defense. She blocked 4 shots and grabbed 9 steals on the season and scored 19 points. Ruby was a remarkably consistent player scoring 6 points twice and grabbing at least 5 rebounds in all games but two. She had a season high 9 rebounds in the Spring Shootout in Scranton.
Ruby was an outstanding interior defender lending support to her teammates while defending the paint. She grabbed 71 rebounds and was 3rd on her team in blocked shots (21). She was second on her team in rebounds during the JMC Winter league. Had a big impact in shootouts and tournaments. Had 6 points in the Lewistown March Madness Tournament, had 11 rebounds (2nd on the team) in the Philipsburg Fall Shootout, and had a huge basket in the semi-finals of the Little Cats Holiday Tournament. Ruby now has 80 rebounds in her career.
Ruby Weight made steady progress during the season and became a force on the inside. Ruby developed her boxing out technique and helped seal the inside for rebounds. She was also an aggressive help defender. Had 2 rebounds in a victory over the Hot Shots and a particularly strong defensive game against Tyrone in a tough loss.
Katherine "Special K" Savitski
Katherine was 4th on the team in shooting percentage in the Spring season as she found her stroke. She had a huge lefty layup in traffic in the dramatic comeback win over NEPA NXT. Was one of 4 Legends with double digit rebounds in the Happy Valley Hoopsfest Tournament. Best game came against Wellsboro with career high 11 points to go with 3 assists and 5 steals.
Katherine played in 5 games. Katherine made huge strides through her hard work at practices throughout the year. She scored 10 points and made almost 30% of her shots, good for second on the team. She was also second on the team with 5 assists. Katherine is a strong player and had 22 rebounds and 11 steals which was third on the team. Her best game came in the Easter Shootout in Scranton when she had 4 points, 4 rebounds and 5 steals. Her game high was 6 points.
Katherine’s contribution steadily increased as the season went on. She excelled in the winter shootout and spring tournament. She had 4 points in the Philipsburg Winter Shootout including a beautiful left-handed move. She had 6 points and 2 assists in the Lewistown March Madness tournament. Overall she shot 20% from the floor. Katherine finished the season with 12 points and 24 steals.
Elise "The Beast" Bechtel
Kali "Calico" Hazel
Payton "Ace" Williams
Payton played all five positions and often rotated between point guard and post. She has developed into a long-range shooting threat. She has played four years as a Legend.
Payton played guard with the 7/8th grade team and is also playing on the 6th grade team. On the 7/8 grade team he had seven assists (3rd on the team), 24 rebounds (leading all guard for the Fall Season), and 33 points. In the Fall league at the Summit she was second on the team in scoring and assists, led in three pointers and was tied for the team lead in steals. In her career she has over 300 points, 100 steals and is closing in on 100 assists.
Payton finished the 2021-22 seasons leading the team in assists (62), third in scoring (180 points), second in three pointers (6), and leading in foul shooting percentage (51%). She also had 137 rebounds and 77 steals. Shot 45% from three-point range and 67% from the foul line in the spring season. Had 22 points on 3-4 shooting from 3-point range in the Scranton Shootout. Scored double digits 4 times with a high of 13.
Payton played 8 games and saw her hard work during the off season payoff. She played up and led her team in rebounds with 54 and offensive rebounds with 32. Payton was second on her team in scoring with 31 points and was second in shooting percentage. She is a very accurate shooter around the basket with both hands. Had a dominating Easter Shootout in Scranton, scoring 28 points in 3 games while shooting almost 40%, including season high 16 points in the opening game.
Payton had a strong Philipsburg Winter Shootout in her first games as a Legend. She had 4 points, 11 rebounds (leading her team) and 2 assists. She had 6 rebounds in the championship game of the Lewistown March Madness Tournament. Payton finished the season with 20 rebounds and 4 points.
Hayden developed into a lockdown defender, great playmaker and a clutch scorer. She has played two years on the Legends. Hayden has 49 career assists, 93 rebounds, 62 steals and 53 points.
Hayden finished third on the team with 48 assists, grabbed 82 rebounds and 58 steals, and scored 49 points. She led the team in assists in the Happy Valley Hoospfest Tournament. She hit her first career three pointer against Wellsboro. She had a strong Fall Shootout with 6 assists. Hit a huge basket in the second overtime of the team’s double OT win over Bellwood-Antis.
Hayden Lintal made her debut with the Legends in the Spring Shootout in Scranton in 2021. Hayden scored 4 points in her first game and had an overall strong performance. She had 11 rebounds on the year which was second among guards and also had 4 steals. Hayden is an aggressive player.
Landry "Lando" Moore
Landry brings white hot intensity to the court on both defense and offense and has developed into a long-range shooting threat.
Landry played all three guard positions for the Legends and was a defensive stopper and a playmaker. She was tied for the team high with 12 assists in the Fall season and led the team in assists in the Summit Fall League. She also had six steals and 10 points on the season. Landry had 10 rebounds and 4 steals in the Fall Fest tournament. She has over 50 career assists and over 100 career points.
Landry had 9 points in the Lewisburg Fall Festival and had two big baskets to seal a win against Mifflin County in the Fall Shootout. She had a tremendous March Madness Tournament in Lewistown hitting 5 three pointers on her way to scoring 21 points. She also had 11 assists in the tournament including a career high 6 in the championship win. She was second on the team with 19 assists in the spring season and scored 33 points.
Landry Moore made her debut with the Legends and played in 8 games. Landry worked hard to learn the offense and her teammates. She had 12 points, 21 rebounds and 7 steals on the season. She scored in all 3 games of the Easter Shootout in Scranton including a season high 4 points in the second game. Landry has a nice jump shot and was a perfect 2-2 from the foul line. She played all three guard positions.
Reagan joined the Legends during the 2021 Fall Season and blossomed as a dominant post throughout the winter and spring seasons.
Reagan played on the 7/8th grade team and the 6th grade team in the Fall. On the 7/8 grade team she led the team in rebounds with 80, tied for the team lead in points with 64 and was second in blocked shots with 13. She had a great White Rose Shootout leading the team in points, rebounds and blocked shots. Her most exciting play was a buzzer beating basket to secure a win at White Rose. She now has over 500 career points.
Reagan got off to a fast start in the Fall Shootout and led the team in scoring and rebounds in the Shootout with 24 points and 20 rebounds. She scored over 20 points 4 times with a high of 26. She had 8 double-doubles with a high of 21 rebounds. Dominated second half of great comeback win over NEPA NXT with perfect shooting in the second half. Finished season leading the team in points, rebounds, steals, and blocked shots. Shot 49% from the floor and 50% from the foul line.
Nora Marsh is a well-rounded post player who can score inside or outside. She has played four years as a Legend.
Nora Marsh had a big Fall season at the post for the Legends. Nora was second on the team in rebounds with 77 and tied for the scoring lead with 64 points. She also led the team in blocked shots with 23 and with 25 made free throws. Nora had a strong Fall Fest tournament scoring 21 points and dishing out three assists, both second on the team, and leading the way with 26 boards. She has over 300 career rebounds and is closing in on 100 blocked shots.
Nora played in 25 games. She finished the Fall season with 50 points, 96 rebounds and 32 blocked shots to lead the team in all three categories. She led the team in scoring, rebounds and shooting percentage in the Lewisburg Fall Festival. Had 12 rebounds in the team’s double OT win over Bellwood-Antis. Had 9 points in win over St. Mary’s.
Nora played in 5 games and was second on her team in offensive rebounds with 23. She scored in every game she played, finishing with 12 points. She was third on her team overall with 41 rebounds and was second with 7 blocked shots. Nora had a season high 14 rebounds against JB Hoops in the Easter Shootout in Scranton. She has developed into a strong post player with nice moves around the basket and a smooth mid-range jumper.
Nora led her team in blocked shots (23) and foul shooting percentage, hitting 60% from the charity stripe. She was second on her team in rebounds (92) and offensive rebounds (40), which often led to her trips to the foul line. She led her team in rebounds and blocked shots in the 5th grade Fall season. Nora is a strong defensive player, protecting the paint to help her teammates while covering the other team’s post players. She had 6 points in the Lewistown March Madness Tournament and had a season high 5 points against Clearfield. Had 32 points on the season.
Natalie is a strong playmaker and defender. She plays both post and guard. She is extremely strong. She has played 5 years as a Legend.
Natalie played guard and post in the Fall season. Her contributions grew on the offensive end as the season progressed as she scored four points in the Lewisburg Fall Fest to go with five rebounds. Natalie had seven rebounds for the Legends to go with two steals during the season.
Natalie played in 23 games at both post and guard. She used her passing skills to dish out 6 assists and she grabbed 13 rebounds. She enjoyed a big weekend against Bald Eagle Area when she 3 assists, 5 rebounds and 4 points. Hit a key basket in a win in the Lewisburg March Mania Tournament.
Natalie played in 8 games and was the team’s primary inbounder. Natalie had 3 assists and 18 rebounds and played exceptional help defense. Natalie led the team in shooting percentage at 30% and scored 6 points. Her strongest game was against JB Hoops in the Easter Shootout in Scranton when she had 2 assists, 4 rebounds and 2 points scoring on her only shot attempt. Natalie was instrumental at breaking the press all season.
Natalie was 4th on the team in assists (8), all coming during the winter season as she developed her passing skills. She tripled her rebounding total from her first season finishing with 42. Natalie had a knack for grabbing offensive rebounds and hitting put backs. She used her strength to box out bigger players and stop drives to the basket. She was third on the team in rebounding during the winter JMC season. Had a strong Little Cats Winter Tournament with 2 assists and 2 points. Had 8 points on the season.
Natalie Huggins transitioned from post to guard as the season progressed and was the primary inbounder. Natalie became a strong help defender using her size to disrupt drives to the basket and became more sure handed as the season went on. She had 5 rebounds in the two playoff games. Scored a huge basket in a victory in the Juniata Valley YMCA March Madness.