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Lady Rens 8th Grade finish 3-1 at Select Events Atlantic City Showcase May 17-19 2019
5/22/19 - 08:22 AM

The 8th Graders got off to a fast start in the first game of the tournament. They jumped out to a 18-0 lead to start the game and never looked back to pick up their first win of tournament. The 2nd game was very similar results leading 24-6 at hafltime, cruising to a 25 point win. The 3rd game is the what gained alot of attention. Lady Rens was down 3 at halftime to Shooting Touch of Boston. The quick, scappy Boston team was able to build a comfortable 13 point lead with a little over 7 mins left in the game. Thats when the magic happened. Lady Rens defense started to really buckle down. They didn't allow a basket until the last 10 seconds of the game. By that time, the Lady Rens was up by 6 points. It was great team comeback, led by some tough defense by all 9 players. Capturing the #1 seed in their bracket. Lady Rens 4th game didn't go as expected as Central Jersey Hawks Lightning started the game with alot of energy.  Giving the 8th grade team their first loss of the tournament. Overall, the Atlantic City Showcase was great opportunity for the team to grow on and off the court.


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5/7/19 - 05:10 PM


Lady Rens All Star Tahri Phillips Makes College Commitment
5/3/19 - 07:39 AM

#34 Tahri Phillips will be continuing her academic and athletic career at Washington and Lee University, as a Johnshon Scholar, in the fall of 2019. Tahri was accpeted at Princeton, Swarthmore, BrynMawr, Juniata, Ursinus and Sarah Lawerence. Johsnon Scholars are awarded a full renewable Merit/Leadership scholarship. This young lady defines our program motto #welcometohardwork. Tahri commiteed to the Lady Rens program in 8th grade, and really took advantage of what the program had to offer. Attending numerous training sessions and Coach Sam Suttons Summer Camps, Tahri was able to take her basketball skills to another level.  Tahri earned numerous athletic acolades for her performance on the basketball court at Linden Hall. Congrats Tahri


Lady Rens 9th Grade go 5-0 at Under Armour 1st Annual Live At The Nook.
4/29/19 - 11:01 AM

This team competed at a high level all weekend. They was able to win 2 games that came down to the last possesion.  The first game of this tournament set the tone for the weekend. Jumping out to early 20 point lead in the first half. This team never looked back after that.


5th Grade off to a great start
4/21/19 - 09:50 PM

Lady Rens 5th Grade team has gotten off to a great start to this young 2019 AAU Season. This team has held each opponent to under 20pts per game for the season. All the while claiming 3 tournament championship with a win loss record of 11-1. Head Coach Dashawn Harrison and Coach Sweeney are doing a tremendous job with this feisty group. Keep up the great work ladies.


April 20, 2019 Lady Rens 6th Grade Finish 2-0 at The Showdown At The Nook Shootout
4/21/19 - 07:17 AM


April 14 2019 Lady Rens 8th Grade Tournament Champions of Valley Forge Battle Of The Hardwood
4/21/19 - 07:17 AM


April 14 Lady Rens 6th Grade Tournament Champions of Valley Forge Battle Of The Hardwood
4/21/19 - 06:54 AM


April 14 Lady Rens 5th Grade Tournament Champions of Valley Forge Battle Of The Hardwood
4/21/19 - 06:52 AM


Lady Rens 5th Grade Tournament Champs of Crossover Hoops King of the Hill Tournament
3/29/19 - 12:43 AM


Lady Rens Lailani Batty
2/27/19 - 05:03 PM

Warwick girls rally past Elizabethtown, stun Bears to force first-place tie in L-L Section Two race


Elizabethtown's Macy Seaman (11) and Syd Pierson (20) guard against the pass from Warwick's Lailani Batty (23) on Friday, January 4, 2019.

Elizabethtown's Macy Seaman (11) watches her teammate Syd Pierson (20) guard against the shot by Warwick's Lailani Batty (23) on Friday, January 4, 2019.

  • Warwick’s girls’ basketball team was on the ropes on Friday night.

The Warriors trailed host Elizabethtown 40-30 with 3:19 to go, the Bears were in the double-bonus, and were closing in fast on their sixth win in a row.

And then — snap — Warwick woke up.


After Marena Lonardi’s foul shot put E-town up by 10, Lailani Batty and Sydney Weismandel hit back-to-back 3-pointers and Warwick had it to 40-36 with 2:35 to go.

Flustered and out of sorts, E-town turned the ball over four times down the stretch, and the Warriors — who never stopped throwing punches — took the lead for good, 42-40, when Batty coaxed in two free throws with 1:43 left.

End result: Batty bucketed 11 of her 18 points in the fourth quarter — including the game-changing trey and four clutch free throws in the waning seconds — and Warwick stunned E-town 46-42 to force a first-place tie in L-L Section Two with the Bears.

“I knew we had to score and we had to keep playing,” Batty said. “We all have heart. We kept fighting. This is big for us.”

It’s only the first week of January, but Warwick (3-2, 5-5) finds itself tied atop the section and very much in the race. It’s been several years since the Warriors have been in this spot.

“I’m extremely proud,” first-year Warwick coach Danny Cieniewicz said. “They battled through it and they executed, against the team that has the bull’s-eye in our section. We found a way to do it.”

It was a stinger loss for E-town, which had a 29-19 lead midway through the third quarter on Sydney Pierson’s layup. The Bears (3-2, 6-4) had a 10-0 run bridging the second and third quarters to go up by 10.

Macy Seaman had a pair of post buckets and Lonardi, who had a game-high 19 points, had three third-quarter hoops, and E-town led 33-26 heading into the fourth.

There, Lonardi had a bank-shot to stretch the Bears’ lead to 39-30, and Pierson was dominant in the paint with three of her six blocks and four of her 11 rebounds deep into the fourth, when E-town took what appeared to be a seemingly safe 40-30 lead.

Then all heck broke loose.

Reagan Longridge had a bucket to get Warwick moving. And when E-town struggled with turnovers, Batty and Weismandel cashed in with their momentum-building 3-pointers.


“That was very big,” Batty said of the treys. “Our mood changed. We wanted to win. We felt it.”

“Back-breaker shots,” E-town coach John Myers said. “And they kept attacking the bucket. They were aggressive. We didn’t close out the game. We have to be able to close out a game like that if we’re going to compete in the section. They hit big shots, to their credit. But we have to close it out. We’re up 10 with three minutes to go, and we didn’t even need to shoot the ball.”

Lauren Pyle, who scored 10 of her 16 points in the second half for Warwick, hit four clutch foul shots down the stretch: She went 2 for 2 with 2:02 to go, slicing E-town’s lead to 40-38. And she made both attempts with 22 seconds showing, giving the Warriors a 45-42 edge.

“We told them to keep attacking the basket, even though Person blocked like 100 shots,” Cieniewicz said. “We didn’t get frustrated with misses or by the blocks. We were able to make a couple of layups. That’s what got us back in it.”



High School Tryouts
2/23/19 - 08:51 AM


2nd Tryout
2/13/19 - 11:04 PM


High School Tryout
1/29/19 - 12:45 AM


6th Grade Roster
1/28/19 - 11:03 PM

1. Makenzie Link
2. Chloe Mills
3. Harper Poff
4. Kacie Boyer
5. Lauralye Kennedy
6. Lydia Powers
7. Sophia Scovitch



2019 Final Tryouts Are Coming
1/23/19 - 09:04 AM


Tryouts Postponed
1/18/19 - 01:06 PM


High School Tryouts Time Change
1/10/19 - 01:24 AM