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.
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.
Ellie is starting her first year as a Legen