East Coast Index Report
from Nov 9th

at Spooky Nook


Morgan Mitchell - Notre Dame NJ
Taylor Bossert - ELCO
Katelyn Parisi - Hollidaysburg
Marina Scipioni - Bishop Guilfoyle
Annyssa Greene - Spring Mills WV
Rebecca Painter - Owen J. Roberts
Kamari Eason - Oxon Hill MD
Megan Bruno - Albertus Magnus NY
Rebecca Reilly - Cedar Cliff
Raine Gardner - Hilton NY
Madison Detweiler - Williamsburg
Savanna Robinson - Willkes Barre Coughlin
Autum Kitijima - Wellsboro
Jean Sheared - Mastery North
Julia Braungart - Camden Catholic NJ
Aigner Bookard - K12 International Academy
Julia Strothers - Hempfield
Olivia Matto - Manheim Twp.
Lindsay Embly - Chambersburg
Mercedes Rideout - Chambersburg
Samirah Henderson - Rahway NJ
Emma Saxton - Central York
Christine Ribaudo - Toms River NJ
Bryce Papp - Mifflin County
Juliet Quirindongo - Deer Park NY
Cailin O' Hara - CB West
Christine Rossi - Tunkhannock
Bridget McLaughlin - Delaware Military Acad.
Janya Henderson - Rahway NJ

 Big 60 College


Exposure Showcase


Spring 2015--application 

The Girls at the "Cream of the Crop" event at Spooky Nook had 3 things: Great Guard play, Plenty of Low Post talent, and some great "Hybrid 4" type skills. My top floor generals were Morgan Mitchell and Christine Ribaudo both from New Jersey. Both could score or get the ball to anyone ...anywhere on the floor! My top inside players were Madison Detweiler from Williamsburg and Lindsay Embly from Chambersburg. Both were intelligent players on the blocks and on the perimeter. My top forwards were Julia Strothers from Hempfield, Aigner Bookard of K12 International and Olivia Matto of nearby Manheim Twp. all 3 were stat stuffer.   On the left is my “Top Player List” 


Co MVP in Big 60 Game 6
#134, Lindsay Embly, Chambersburg (PA)

Co MVP in Big 60 Game 6
#33, Emma Saxton, Central York  (PA)

Interviews by Dave Burman, Lewistown the voice of 105.5  Central Pennsylvania Scholastic Sports Radio


Spooky Nook has over 30 indoor courts. 
This was Court #1, where we did the live streaming. 
On Court #2, we filmed the games for
YOUtube.

Charting the stats, which players are making a difference to help their team?  The Big 60 has a number of coaches looking for the plays (passes ,rebounds, defensive helps) that make a difference. No individual scoring is kept.

There is a time and situation that makes scoring important.  On  1/24/09,  the Reynolds (PA) Lady Raiders were trailing by 14 points with  5:30  minutes remaining.  Chelsea D'Urso, a 5'5" senior guard scored 23 points, grabbed 4 rebounds and had 2 steals in the gams final 5:30 to bring Reynolds back to win by 2. 

   

"NCAA 2015 Recruiting Calendar -Women's - March 1 to April 2- Contact Period, April 24-28 Evaluation Period, July 6-12 Evaluation Period- Live streaming allows for evaluation for all our Showcases all year!!.."