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14U Grey Win Championship going 4-0 at Red Lion Tournament June 2nd-3rd 2018
6/13/18 - 12:16 PM


13U went 4-0 at Bash at the Beach Tournament Wildwood, New Jersey June 9-10th 2018
6/13/18 - 12:13 PM


11U went 4-0 at Bash at the Beach Tournament Wildwood, New Jersey June 9-10th 2018
6/13/18 - 12:11 PM


12U went 4-0 at Bash at the Beach Tournament Wildwood, New Jersey June 9-10 2018
6/13/18 - 12:11 PM


14U Go 3-1 Winning the Championship at Premier 1 Events Under Armour East Coast Championship
5/22/18 - 04:51 PM


13U go 3-1 Winning the Championship at Premier 1 Events Under Armour East Coast Championship
5/22/18 - 04:50 PM


11U Go 4-0 Winning the Championship at Premier 1 Events Under Armour East Coast Championship
5/22/18 - 04:49 PM


April 28-29 13U Goes 3-1 At Loudoun Freedom Challenge in Loudoun, VA
5/7/18 - 02:14 PM


April 28-29 2018 14U Grey Goes 4-0 at the Loudoun Freedom Challenge Tournament in Loudoun, Va.
5/7/18 - 02:14 PM


April 28-29 2018 11U Goes 3-1 at Loudoun Freedom Challenge in Loudoun, Va.
5/7/18 - 02:14 PM


Adidas Zero Gravity Gauntlet At Atlantic City April 20-22, 2018
4/24/18 - 10:19 AM

Our 14U Blue and 16U Lady Rens teams both finished with a overall record of 2-2 during Adidas Zero Gravity Guantlet Series At Atlantic City . 16U started off pool play with a overtime loss to CT Impact, then went to win the next 2 games. They lost there last game to NY Hoopers on a buzzer beater shot. 14U started out the tournament with a tough loss to Comets, after leading majority of the game. They was able to bounce back, winning the next 2 games. Competing in the consolation bracket 14U Blue, then loss to NY Hoopers, in a close hard fought game. More good things to come from both teams. 


March 30,2018 16u goes 3-0 at Backcourt Hoops Showdown at Spooky Nook
4/17/18 - 08:53 AM


March 30, 2018 13u goes 3-0 at Backcourt Hoops Showdown at Spooky Nook
4/17/18 - 08:52 AM


14u Blue Tournament Champions At Backcourt Hoops Valley Forge Battle on the Hardwood 2018
4/15/18 - 08:50 AM


Linden Hall Advances in PIAA State Playoff
3/11/18 - 04:42 PM

Some, in the sports world, like to preach it's not how you start, it's how you finish.

The Linden Hall girls basketball team took a little different approach Saturday afternoon.

Thanks to hot starts to each quarter, the Lions didn't have to worry too much about the finish as they cruised to a 56-34 win over Southern Fulton in a PIAA Class 1A tournament game at Warwick.

The Lions (19-5) will now play Jenkintown (24-1) — a 66-32 winner over Christian School of York — in a second-round game Wednesday night at a site and time to be determined.

"I'm really excited to continue our season," said Lion junior Tahri Phillips. "Any game now can be the end of our season. We need to leave everything on the court."

Phillips led all scorers with 19 points, including 11 in the second half when Linden Hall pulled away.

"I had a pretty good shooting night" Phillips said. "I've been working really hard on getting my form back so when I get those open shots I can hit them."

The Lions forced four quick Indian turnovers and sprinted to an 8-0 lead in the first 69 seconds of the game.

They then went the next 3:51 without scoring, but came alive again late in the quarter to grab a 20-12 lead.

"It was really important to set the tone of the game," Hetta Saatman said of Linden Hall's fast start. "To get the 8-0 lead really got us going."

Leading 30-21 at the break, the Lions stepped up their defense and jumped all over Southern Fulton (19-6) again at the start of the third quarter. Linden Hall forced five turnovers and two missed shots during a 7-0 run that stretched the lead to 16 points.

"We challenged them at halftime," said Lion coach Bob Kauffman. "We weren't getting back on defense the way I wanted and they came out and got seven straight stops. When we're playing like that, it doesn't really matter what we're doing offensively."

Phillips scored nine of the Lions' 11 points in the third quarter and added a bucket midway through the fourth that put her team up 49-30.

Saatman had 11 points, 10 rebounds and five blocked shots, while Anya Miller added 10 for the Lions.

"For us, it's not really about who's scoring the most," said Staatman. "It's not about my stats or my points, it's whoever can get the job done that night."


Lady Rens 10th & 11th Grade Players Tahri Phillips and Naomi Brabham
2/2/18 - 09:18 AM

Linden Hall cuts off Columbia rally at

halftime en route to 54-34 win


Once it got through a little hiccup Wednesday night, Linden Hall’s girls basketball team showed it will be ready come District Three Class A playoff time.

After Columbia cut the deficit to four points at the half, the Lions came out with a renewed defensive passion for the third.

Eliminating easy shots, forcing turnovers and grabbing nearly two out of every three rebounds, Linden Hall went on to post a 54-34 nonleague victory.


“What made it a game was we only scored seven points the second quarter. We just did not execute our offense,” Lions coach Bob Kauffman said. “Once we got that straightened out, the game was pretty much in control.”

Tahri Phillips led her team with 21 points as Linden Hall improved to 12-4 on the season, setting up for a potential home district playoff game. Hetta Saatman added 11 points, 16 rebounds and a pair of blocked shots.

Recent 1,000-point scorer Jeneah Neal scored 22 of the Crimson Tide’s 34 points, including 12 during the second quarter, when Columbia trimmed a one-time 12-point Lions lead to 22-18 at the half.

But Saatman put home and offensive rebound, and added two free throws the next time down the floor. A short while later, Phillips capped a 10-0 run with a layup. Naomi Brabham notched six of her 10 points in the period as Linden Hall outscored the Tide 19-4 in the third.

“Our offense depends heavily on our defense,” Phillips said. “When we get a lot of steals and get the ball up really fast, that is when our offensive works best. We are good when we are running.”

Mercy Ademusayo scored four points off the Lions’ bench, but the 6-foot-4 forward pulled down 14 rebounds and blocked six shots. Linden Hall outrebounded Columbia (6-13) 55-33 for the game.

“Last year we had really good guard play, but we didn’t have big play inside. Now we have both, so we are really becoming a threat,” Saatman said. "We have the best of both worlds.

“When we utilize each other that is when we play our best basketball and we are making a name for ourselves.”

Phillips scored nine in the opening quarter. She and Saatman combined for their team’s first 13 points as Linden Hall built a 15-3 lead after one.

The two juniors have been a part of the rise of the program, which entered the night third in the district rankings.

“We are a much different team the last five or six games. We have found what works for us,” Kauffman said. “The half-court defense was good. We are tough to score on because of our length and the speed of our guards. We did have all three phases going.”



5th Grade Roster
1/21/18 - 01:18 PM

Head Coach Shane Musgrave

1. Kacie Boyer
2. Chloe Mills
3. Angelina Calhoun
4. Madison Byrd
5. Grace Harrison
6. Jade West
7. Annelise Stigelman
8. Sarah Piccolo
9. Isabella Davis
10. Sophia Scovitch



6th Grade Roster
1/21/18 - 09:26 AM

Head Coach Shane Musgrave

1. Kasey Musgrave
2. Makenzie Link
3. Lauralye Kennedy
4. Mckenzie Boyer
5. Abigail McAlexander
6. Ashlynn Hill
7. Maya Eberly
8. Reese Barnard
9. Colleen Finnegan



Middle School 2018 AAU Tryouts
12/3/17 - 10:37 PM

Middle School

Sunday, January 21,2018****** Time Change*******

5th-6th Grade


7th-8th Grade

All players will need to be registered online to tryout.
$25 One time tryout fee. Cash or Check
All tryouts will be held at Lancaster Country Day School
725 Hamilton Rd, Lancaster, Pa


Christmas Spirit Helping those in need 2017
12/3/17 - 09:38 PM

On December 23,2017 Pennsylvania Lady Rens coaches,players and parents will be participating in Lancaster County Project For Needy. This event is held at Clipper Magazine Stadium.  Come join us as we help those in need. You will need to dress warm.