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PIAA District IV Basketball Playoffs Results & Upcoming Matchups

Class A Boys (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#1 St. John Neumann 63, #8 North Penn-Liberty 19 F
#2 Millville 48, #7 Galeton 21 F
#3 Lourdes Regional 82, #6 Sunbury Christian 55 F
#5 Sullivan County 37, #4 Meadowbrook Christian 32 F

District IV Semifinal Round
#1 St. John Neumann vs #5 Sullivan County @ TBD, TBD
#2 Millville vs #3 Lourdes Regional @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D3-3) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D11-3) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D11-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

Class A Girls (Four Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Millville @ #1 Sullivan County, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.
#7 Sunbury Christian @ #2 Benton, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.
#6 St. John Neumann @ #3 Lourdes Regional, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.
#5 Meadowbrook Christian @ #4 Galeton, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D3-6) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D3-3) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D11-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-4) TBD vs (D3-1) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

Class AA Boys (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#6 Williamson @ #3 Canton, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.
#5 Sayre @ #4 Muncy, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
#1 North Penn-Mansfield vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
#2 Northeast Bradford vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5 Loser vs 2/3/6 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5 Winner vs 2/3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D9-3) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D3-1) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD

 

Class AA Girls (Two Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#3 Southern Columbia 51, #6 Northeast Bradford 30 F
#4 Line Mountain 35, #5 Muncy 26 F

District IV Semifinal Round
#1 Sayre vs #4 Line Mountain @ TBD, TBD
#2 East Juniata vs #3 Southern Columbia @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5 Winner vs 2/3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-1) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

Class AAA Boys (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Warrior Run @ #1 Wellsboro, Thursday 2/23 7:30 p.m.
#7 Troy @ #2 Loyalsock, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#6 Hughesville @ #3 Mount Carmel, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#5 Southern Columbia @ #4 Central Columbia, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D11-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D12-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

Class AAA Girls (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Wyalusing @ #1 Mount Carmel, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#7 Williamson @ #2 Wellsboro, Thursday 2/23 6:00 p.m.
#6 Hughesville @ #3 Troy, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#5 Warrior Run @ #4 Loyalsock, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D11-4) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D3-1) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD

 

Class AAAA Boys (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Montoursville @ #1 Selinsgrove, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#7 Shikellamy @ #2 Lewisburg, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#6 CMVT @ #3 Danville, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#5 Milton @ #4 Athens, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D3-3) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D3-2) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD

 

Class AAAA Girls (Four Team Advances To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Shikellamy @ #1 Montoursville, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#7 Lewisburg @ #2 Athens, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#6 Selinsgrove @ #3 Mifflinburg, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#5 Shamokin @ #4 Jersey Shore, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D3-6) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D11-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-4) TBD vs (D3-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

Class AAAAAA Boys (One Team Advances To PIAA Tournament)

District II-IV Subregional Semifinal Round
#1 Williamsport vs #4 Delaware Valley @ TBD, Saturday 2/25 TBD
#2 Hazleton Area vs #3 Scranton @ TBD, Saturday 2/25 TBD

District II-IV Subregional Championship Game
1/4 Winner vs. 2/3 Winner @ Mohegan Sun Arena, Saturday 3/4 8:00 p.m.

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D1-7) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD

#8 North Penn-Liberty vs #1 Saint John Neumann

Saint John Neumann plays home to North Penn-Liberty in the in the Quarterfinal round of the of the District IV Class A playoffs. Coverage starts at 6:45 p.m. with the Van Campen Motors Countdown to Tip Off Show on ESPN Radio Williamsport and online stream 1.

Warriors Ranked 25th in D3Hoops Poll

Photo Courtesy: Lycoming College Athletes

Courtesy of Lycoming College Athletics 

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – For the first time in the history of the D3hoops.com poll, the Lycoming College men’s basketball team claims a spot in the top 25, entering the poll in the 25th position heading into postseason play, the website announced on Monday night, Feb. 20.

The Warriors (21-4 overall) had earned votes in the poll during the first eight weeks of the season and during the preseason, rising as high as to the second team in others receiving votes. However, a pair of losses to Widener and Messiah knocked the team out of the votes part of the poll the next week.

Since those two losses, the Warriors have rebounded with five straight wins and in the 12th week of the poll, the Warriors jumped from no votes to 42 and the 25th position in the poll.

The 42 votes is not the highest total the team has ever received, as it picked up 62 votes to receive votes and sit in the first others receiving votes slot on Dec. 12, 2004. The Warriors also had 41 votes during the fifth week of this season, which was released on Jan. 2, and also had 42 votes in the preseason poll.

Lycoming gets back on the court in the MAC Commonwealth Championship semifinals in Lamade Gym on Wednesday, Feb. 22, when they will face fifth-seeded Lebanon Valley.

Admission to all MAC Commonwealth Championship games is set for $6 for adults, $4 for seniors, $2 for students and children under six-years-old are free.  Only MAC Athletic Passes will be accepted for free admission at the door. Lycoming College athletic passes are not admissible for all games at Lamade Gym.

Penguins at Hurricanes

The Pittsburgh Penguins pay a visit to the Carolina Hurricanes this evening. Coverage starts at 6:00 p.m. on ESPN 1600, a proud member of the Penguins Radio Network.

Lycoming College at Lebanon Valley

The Lycoming College Warriors visit the Dutchmen of Lebanon Valley College this evening in the quarterfinals of the MAC-Commonwealth Women’s tournament. Coverage starts at 6:45 p.m. with the Van Campen Motors Countdown to Tip Off Show on ESPN Radio Williamsport and online stream 1.

Wildcats Weekly #27

Season of change arrives for Penn College athletes

As the weather shows signs of change, so do the seasons at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

The men’s and women’s basketball teams wrapped things up last week, wrestlers conclude their season this Saturday in a national tournament and on the same day the college’s baseball and archery teams are scheduled to step into action for the first time.

 

WRESTLING

Penn College wrestlers take to the mats in the 9th annual National Collegiate Open Championship at Dover, Delaware, for grapplers not competing in a national qualifier.

“It’s an end-of-the-year open tournament (for individuals) that attracts (mostly) Division I guys that may not be starters,” coach Schuyler Frey said, adding, “It should be very competitive.”

Reflecting on his team’s regular season, Frey said, “It’s been a difficult year with the number of guys staying on the roster. The main thing we’re looking at this second semester and wrapping this year up is just getting the team ready for next year. It’s a small group, but a great group of kids that are really bonding … I’m sure they are going to do some big things next year.”

Wrestling at Dover will be sophomore Ben Doll, of Glen Mills, in the 125-pound weight class; junior Zach Fitzsimmons, of Eldred, at 141; freshman Joe Swank, of Shanksville, at 149; senior Tanner Leid, of New Holland, at 165; freshman Andrew Hurd, of Spring Mills, at 184; and freshman Dylan Otis, of Towanda, at 285.

“It would really be great if we could get some placement. The top six are given the accolade of All-American, so that’s what we are looking for,” Frey, in his seventh season, said.

In previous postseason tournament action under Frey, Penn College won the Penn State University Athletic Conference Championship in 2011-12, finished second in 2012-13 and third in 2013-14. It finished third in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Championships in 2011-12 and 2012-13, was sixth in 2013-14 and fifth last year; and, in the National Collegiate Wrestling Association Championships it finished 77th in 2010-11, 17th in 2011-12, 20th in 2012-13 and 24th in 2013-14.

This past week, as the regular season came to a close for the Wildcats, on Thursday they suffered losses to Wilkes University, 44-9, and King’s College, 48-12, and on Saturday to Ursinus College, 47-3, and Penn State Mont Alto, 30-21, to end 1-15. In contested matches against Wilkes and King’s, Swank and Otis got the lone Penn College wins. Leid won by decision against Ursinus.

 

BASEBALL

Coming off a season during which his team won the North Eastern Athletic Conference championship, coach Chris Howard had high hopes for last year’s squad that never materialized. This year he looks to get things back on track.

“We had a really nice recruiting class this year; a lot of good, hungry freshmen have come in and that always helps. When new blood enters into your program, that helps rejuvenate a lot of people. It’s not just freshmen that are excited but it gets the whole roster excited,” Howard, in his 11th season, said.

“Last year we just could never right the ship and it exposed a lot of things that we needed to improve on, whether it was our physicality as an athlete, getting bigger and stronger. Clearly, our defense was just not very good last year, which is something that was new for our program. … That is something that we absolutely have to improve on this year. And hitting, we never got that timely hit. We struck out way too much,” the coach, whose career record at Penn College is 225-138, continued.

“This year we are driving it home to these guys that we have to be the best defensive team on the field every game, (and) we can’t waste opportunities to get runs across the plate any way we can.

“It’s almost like we’re giving the guys a sense of urgency that we need to step it up. We have the talent, we have everything we need to be successful. It’s in between our ears. That was our biggest problem and that is one of the areas that we’re really trying to address is the overall confidence of the team,” Howard said.

The Wildcats, who finished 13-23 overall and 4-8 in the conference last year, are scheduled to open their campaign Saturdayat noon with a doubleheader at Lebanon Valley College. A week later they go to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to play seven games before returning for their home opener March 24.

Among the key returning players are junior pitcher Aaron Palmer, of Hanover, and sophomore second baseman Cole Hofmann, of Newtown. Palmer, who ended 4-2 with a 2.09 ERA, was named to the All-NEAC First Team last season and was a United States Collegiate Athletic Association Honorable Mention. Hofmann, who hit .336 with a team-high nine doubles and 22 runs batted in, was named to the All-NEAC Second Team.

“Cole was never overwhelmed or played like he was a freshman (last season). He just went out and excelled. This year he came back bigger, stronger. He’s really worked on his defense. I’m looking forward to him having a good sophomore year. He’s certainly going to be one of those guys who make us go on offense,” the coach said.

“Aaron is a crafty-lefty. He does his job and he gets outs. We have some power arms on the team and in comes Aaron and he does his job. He’s one of the arms we’ve got to rely on if we are going to win another championship this year,” Howard said.

Looking at the start of the season, Howard said, “We’re going to find out pretty quick what type of ballclub we have and what areas we’re going to need to improve on.

“In the past, maybe some of us have had that attitude that we’re just using Myrtle Beach to get ourselves ready for the season and this year I told the guys that is absolutely the wrong attitude. We are going down there to do everything we can to win every game we play!”

In a preseason poll of NEAC coaches, Penn College was picked to finish sixth. Penn State Berks earned the top spot followed by Lancaster Bible College, Penn State Abington, SUNY Poly, Keuka College, Penn College, Gallaudet University, Cazenovia College and Wells College.

 

ARCHERY

Building early in the season and finishing strong. That is the goal Pennsylvania College of Technology archery coach Chad Karstetter has for his team.

A young squad forced the Wildcats to rebuild rather than reload last season; yet they produced two national champions and five All-Americans. With that nucleus returning from a team that finished eighth nationally, Karstetter, in his 14th season, is hopeful of getting his squad back among the elite in the country.

“So far, at the beginning of the season, everything’s coming together pretty well. We have quite a few returners from last year, because we had such a young team, so they’re all going to come back with a little bit more experience and a little bit more knowledge of what takes to achieve a good finish at nationals,” Karstetter said.

The Wildcats open their season Feb. 25-26 at the Pennsylvania Field and Target Archers Indoor State Championships in Taylor.

“I’m excited to see us going to an event close to home … to get a bit of experience for some of these guys who have never done it. … It definitely is going to give us something that we can go through the routine and give everybody a chance to see what it’s like to shoot up against a shot clock,” the coach said.

Among the key returnees are Andrew Rupp, a senior from Dayton, and Erica Gause, a sophomore from Bloomsburg, who teamed to win the mixed bowhunter national championship last season; and senior Markus Weber, of La Plata, Maryland, who was the male compound national champ a year ago. Those three, along with sophomore Tim Lamont, of Eldred, and junior Tyler Schoonover, of Bradford, both in male compound, earned All-America status as a result of their finishes at the indoor and outdoor nationals. As a freshman, Schoonover also won the male bowhunter national championship and was half of the mixed bowhunter national championship team.

“They were definitely some of the top archers in the (national) field last year. They’re definitely going to be a tough group of archers all year long — indoors and outdoors. I expect them to do very well,” Karstetter said.

Also back from last year are sophomore Logan Booth, of New Kensington, in male compound; junior Nicholas Daniels, in male recurve; sophomore Tanner Huff, of Altoona, in recurve; junior Justin Rinehimer, of Mountain Top, in male bowhunter; sophomore Adam Thomas, of Shade Gap, in male bowhunter; sophomore Kaylee Burk, of Hermitage, in female recurve; junior Chelsea Douglass, of East Greenville, in female compound; and sophomores Stephanie Plummer, of Port Matilda, and Sabrina Toplovich, of Spring Creek, in female bowhunter.

“Being that they’ve all been through it (nationals) once, they all come back this year with that much more experience and comfort of just knowing what to do and when to do it,” Karstetter said.

New to the team this season are freshmen Aaron Cummings, of Mountville, in male compound (his older brother, Matt, was a three-time All-American at Penn College in 2012, ’14 and ’15); John Kleinfelter, of Lebanon, in male bowhunter; Josh Maring, of Brookville, in male recurve; Sarah Decker, of Williamsport, in female bowhunter; and sophomore Rylee Butler, of Bellefonte, in female bowhunter. One of the latter two will switch to female compound.

The indoor season continues through mid-March, then outdoor competition begins.

“The indoor season means a lot, but everybody remembers how you did all year long by outdoor nationals,” Karstetter said, noting that, for the first time in three years, Penn College will host the Eastern Outdoor Regional on April 22-23.

“We’re excited to get it back again. It’s great to have a hometown event so people can come out and see what we actually do. I expect over 100 archers from 12 to 15 colleges or universities on the East Coast,” the coach said.

“Right now (as a team) we are in the average range. I want to build on that from last year. We have a lot of strong (archers) in each division, but then we have a lot of ones with not as much experience and a lot of new ones. So, hopefully, practices we get in the first two events they learn what they need to do and that will produce strong teams,” Karstetter said.

 

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Bringing their season to a close with games on Friday and Saturday, the Wildcats fell on Friday at Keuka College, 73-59, as Ben Sosa, of Loyalsock Township led the team in scoring with 22 points. On Saturday, they completed a 9-16 overall campaign and 7-13 conference mark after an 87-77 loss at Wells College. Sosa scored 27 points and Erik Perry, of Waldorf, Maryland, added 17 points. Senior Thomas Ross, of Williamsport, scored 12 points to close out his career with 1,044, sixth-best among men in Penn College history.

Statistically speaking: Marquis Delgado, of Mansfield, finished fifth in the NEAC with an average of 4 assists per game; Ross was ninth with an average of 7.5 rebounds per game; Jesse White, of Harrisburg, was 10th with an average of 7.2 rebounds per game; Delgado was 11th with an average of 1.7 steals per game; Sosa was 15th with an average of 15.1 points per game; and Erik Eichinger, of Villanova, was 15th in 3-point shooting percentage at 34.5.

Final NEAC South Division standings: Gallaudet University 18-2, Lancaster Bible College 12-8, Penn State Abington 8-12, Bryn Athyn College 8-12, Penn College 7-13, St. Elizabeth 6-14, Wilson College 6-14, Penn State Berks 6-14.

Final NEAC North Division standings: SUNY Poly 16-2, Morrisville State College 15-3, Wells College 14-4, Cazenovia College 9-9, Keuka College 5-13, SUNY Cobleskill 4-14.

 

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

On Friday at Keuka College, Penn College fell, 74-44. Alicia Ross, of Williamsport, led the Wildcats with 16 points and Gwendolyn Lavelle, of Pocono Summit, added 12 points.

Closing out its season on Saturday at Wells College, Penn College lost, 66-36, to finish 3-22 overall and 3-17 in the NEAC. Lavelle led Penn College players with 12 points and Jane Herman, of Greencastle, scored 11. Ross, the team’s lone senior, didn’t play and closed out her career as the Wildcats’ all-time leading scorer with 1,515 points.

Statistically speaking: Herman finished third in the NEAC in 3-point shooting percentage at 38.5, Ross was fifth with 3.2 steals per game, Ross was ninth with 1.1 blocks per game, Ross was 13th with 17.1 points per game, Ross was 17th with 7.1 rebounds per game and Herman was 19th with 2.7 assists per game.

Final NEAC South Division standings: Lancaster Bible College 17-3, Bryn Athyn College 16-4, St. Elizabeth College 13-7, Penn State Abington 10-10, Penn State Berks 6-14, Penn College 3-17, Gallaudet University 3-17, Wilson College 2-18.

Final NEAC North Division standings: SUNY Poly 17-1, Morrisville State College 13-5, Keuka College 11-7, SUNY Cobleskill 10-8, Wells College 10-8, Cazenovia College 3-15.

 

SCHEDULES/RECORDS/RESULTS

Men’s basketball

Final overall record: 9-16

Final NEAC record: 7-13

Friday, Feb. 17 – at Keuka College (NEAC), L, 73-59

Saturday, Feb. 18 – at Wells College (NEAC), L, 87-77

(end of regular season)

 

Women’s basketball

Final overall record: 3-22

Final NEAC record: 3-17

Friday, Feb. 17 – at Keuka College (NEAC), L, 74-44

Saturday, Feb. 18 – at Wells College (NEAC), L, 66-36

(end of regular season)

 

Wrestling

Final overall record: 1-15

Thursday, Feb. 16 – triangular at Wilkes University vs. Wilkes, L, 44-9, and King’s College, L, 48-12.

Saturday, Feb. 18 – at Ursinus College, L, 47-3; vs. Penn State Mont Alto, L, 30-21

Saturday, Feb. 25 – at National Collegiate Open, Dover, Delaware

 

Baseball

Overall record: 0-0

NEAC record: 0-0

Saturday, Feb. 25 – at Lebanon Valley College (2), noon

 

Archery

FridaySaturday, Feb. 25-26 – PFATA Indoor State Championships at Taylor

 

For more on Penn College athletics, visit: athletics.pct.edu

PIAA District IV Basketball Brackets Released

Class A Boys (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 North Penn-Liberty @ #1 St. John Neumann, Tuesday 2/21 7:00 p.m.
#7 Galeton @ #2 Millville, Tuesday 2/21 7:00 p.m.
#6 Sunbury Christian @ #3 Lourdes Regional, Tuesday 2/21 7:00 p.m.
#5 Sullivan County @ #4 Meadowbrook Christian, Tuesday 2/21 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D3-3) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D11-3) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D11-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

Class A Girls (Four Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Millville @ #1 Sullivan County, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.
#7 Sunbury Christian @ #2 Benton, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.
#6 St. John Neumann @ #3 Lourdes Regional, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.
#5 Meadowbrook Christian @ #4 Galeton, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D3-6) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D3-3) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D11-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-4) TBD vs (D3-1) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

Class AA Boys (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#6 Williamson @ #3 Canton, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.
#5 Sayre @ #4 Muncy, Wednesday 2/22 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
#1 North Penn-Mansfield vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
#2 Northeast Bradford vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5 Loser vs 2/3/6 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5 Winner vs 2/3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D9-3) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D3-1) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD

 

Class AA Girls (Two Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#6 Northeast Bradford @ #3 Southern Columbia, Tuesday 2/21 7:00 p.m.
#5 Muncy @ #4 Line Mountain, Tuesday 2/21 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
#1 Sayre vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
#2 East Juniata vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5 Winner vs 2/3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-1) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

Class AAA Boys (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Warrior Run @ #1 Wellsboro, Thursday 2/23 7:30 p.m.
#7 Troy @ #2 Loyalsock, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#6 Hughesville @ #3 Mount Carmel, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#5 Southern Columbia @ #4 Central Columbia, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D11-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D12-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

Class AAA Girls (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Wyalusing @ #1 Mount Carmel, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#7 Williamson @ #2 Wellsboro, Thursday 2/23 6:00 p.m.
#6 Hughesville @ #3 Troy, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#5 Warrior Run @ #4 Loyalsock, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D11-4) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D3-1) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD

 

Class AAAA Boys (Three Teams Advance To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Montoursville @ #1 Selinsgrove, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#7 Shikellamy @ #2 Lewisburg, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#6 CMVT @ #3 Danville, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.
#5 Milton @ #4 Athens, Friday 2/24, 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D3-3) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D3-2) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD

 

Class AAAA Girls (Four Team Advances To PIAA Tournament)

District IV Quarterfinal Round
#8 Shikellamy @ #1 Montoursville, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#7 Lewisburg @ #2 Athens, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#6 Selinsgrove @ #3 Mifflinburg, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.
#5 Shamokin @ #4 Jersey Shore, Thursday 2/23 7:00 p.m.

District IV Semifinal Round
1/8 Winner vs 4/5 Winner @ TBD, TBD
2/7 Winner vs 3/6 Winner @ TBD, TBD

District IV Third Place Game
1/4/5/8 Loser vs 2/3/6/7 Loser @ TBD, TBD

District IV Championship Game
1/4/5/8 Winner vs 2/3/6/7 Winner @ TBD, TBD

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D3-6) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-2) TBD vs (D11-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-3) TBD vs (D2-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD
(D4-4) TBD vs (D3-2) TBD @ TBD, Friday 3/10 TBD

 

 

Class AAAAAA Boys (One Team Advances To PIAA Tournament)

District II-IV Subregional Semifinal Round
#1 Williamsport vs #4 Delaware Valley @ TBD, Saturday 2/25 TBD
#2 Hazleton Area vs #3 Scranton @ TBD, Saturday 2/25 TBD

District II-IV Subregional Championship Game
1/4 Winner vs. 2/3 Winner @ Mohegan Sun Arena, Saturday 3/4 8:00 p.m.

PIAA First Round
(D4-1) TBD vs (D1-7) TBD @ TBD, Saturday 3/11 TBD

 

NBA All Star Game

Coverage of the 66th NBA All Star Game, live from New Orleans, starts at 7:30 p.m. right here on ESPN Radio Williamsport.

Red Wings at Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins play host to the Detroit Red Wings this afternoon at PPG Paints Arena. Coverage will be joined in progress after the conclusion of the Capitals/Rangers broadcast, right here on ESPN Radio Williamsport, a proud member of the Penguins Radio Network.

Capitals at Rangers

The Washington Capitals pay a visit to the New York Rangers this afternoon in Metropolitan Division action. Coverage starts at 12:15 p.m., right here on ESPN Radio Williamsport.