Richland fourth-grade basketball team wins state title – TribDem.com

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Updated: January 20, 2023 @ 11:08 am
Members of the Richland/DB Homes fourth-grade Pennsylvania Middle School Basketball Championship team include (front row, from left) Ava Skowron, Irelyn Scott, Leah Wadsworth, Brooklyn Imler, Paige Rokita, Audree Sunday, Madison Montag and Kenzie Hirsch; (back row) coaches Chris Rokita, Ben Wadsworth, Tim Hirsch and Dave Scott. Absent from photo is Giada Croteau.

Members of the Richland/DB Homes fourth-grade Pennsylvania Middle School Basketball Championship team include (front row, from left) Ava Skowron, Irelyn Scott, Leah Wadsworth, Brooklyn Imler, Paige Rokita, Audree Sunday, Madison Montag and Kenzie Hirsch; (back row) coaches Chris Rokita, Ben Wadsworth, Tim Hirsch and Dave Scott. Absent from photo is Giada Croteau.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The Richland/DB Homes fourth-grade team won the 2022 Pennsylvania Middle School Basketball Championship title on March 20.
Richland won the East Hills Recreation MVP League in the fall.
The squad went 4-0, which included victories over Indiana, Elizabeth Forward, Aliquippa and Perkiomen Valley in the title game.
Members of the team include Giada Croteau, Kenzie Hirsch, Brooklyn Imler, Madison Montag, Paige Rokita, Irelyn Scott, Ava Skowron, Audree Sunday and Leah Wadsworth.
The team is coached by Tim Hirsch, Chris Rokita, Dave Scott and Ben Wadsworth.
Greater Johnstown’s Heartbeats finished in third place.

The Flood City Lightning sixth-grade team claimed the Adidas Rise High Elite “Nothing But Net” Classic title on Sunday.
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