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A few reminders for parents and players:
3/27/17 - 11:17 PM

SAVE THIS VERY IMPORTANT DATE; 

ALL PLAYERS, COACHES/ ASSISTANT COACHES REQUIRED TO ATTEND.


OFFICIAL LADY RENS NIGHT OUT & SEASON KICK OFF PARTY
APRIL 11TH, 2017 





LANCASTER COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
 6:30 - 8:30PM

THERE WILL BE NO PRACTICE, WE WILL HAVE VARIOUS ACTIVITES PLANNED.


MORE INFO COMING VERY SOON.

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Welcome to the PA Lady Rens website!
3/15/17 - 07:19 PM

The PA Lady Rens are preparing to kick off their 2017 season.  

 

Our organization focuses on fundamental skill development and player improvement with exposure to elite competition.We offer year round training and competitive play for girls. Our goal is to create competitive teams of players who are committed and dedicated to improving their physical and mental knowledge of basketball.  #WelcomeToHardWork

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PA Lady Rens 11th grade standouts lead Linden Hall to history
3/11/17 - 05:34 PM

Linden Hall girls stop Sullivan County for first PIAA state-playoff win in program history

JEFF REINHART | Sports Writer | 

Linden Hall did something for the first time in the history of its girls basketball program on Saturday.

The Lions won a state-playoff game.


Tahri Phillips bucketed 20 points and Anya Miller chipped in with 14 points, leading Linden Hall, the District Three third-place finisher, to a 53-47 victory over District Four runner-up Sullivan County in a PIAA Class A first-round game played at Williamsport High School.

Linden Hall, now 24-2 overall and the Midstate Athletic Conference champ, led 29-24 at the break, and then held off Sullivan County in the second half, setting up a second-round game on Wednesday against District 11 winner Pottsville Nativity BVM, which topped District One third-seed Christian Academy 46-34 on Saturday.

Sullivan County, which finished its season 21-5 overall, outscored Linden Hall 23-22 in the second half, but the Lions used a 16-point second-quarter run to grab a 5-point halftime lead — and then hold on from there to win for the first time in a PIAA playoff game.

Sullivan County, which fell to reigning state 1A runner-up Lourdes Regional in the district championship, was playing under assistant coach Kurt Parrish. The Williamsport Sun-Gazette reported that head coach Shannon Pietroski resigned her post earlier this week.

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