UHS girls basketball celebrates most wins in 12 years


The 2014-15 Unionville High School girls basketball team posted the school’s most wins in 12 years, advanced to the final four of the Ches Mont championships and earned a berth in the PIAA District I AAAA playoffs.

On Sunday, Feb. 22, the Unionville High School Girls Basketball teams held its end-of-season banquet to celebrate a very successful season.  The varsity team posted the most wins in 12 years and the first time they have made it to the Ches-Mont Final Four.

The varsity, led by Coach Fred Ellzy,  finished with a record of 16-8 (9-3 in Ches-Mont League play).  The junior varsity, lead by Coach Amy Summa, completed a successful season with a record of 16-2.  Six seniors were honored (Kelly Grady, Emily Mason, Micayla Flores, Lexi Shanahan, Adrianna Weber, and Casey Scheuer).

The team was congratulated for its hard work and dedication, leading to its best season in more than a decade.

Unionville made it to the final four of the Ches Mont championships, taking on Bishop Shanahan on Sat, Feb 7.  After beating Shanahan in overtime during regular season play, Unionville lost to Bishop Shanahan in the Ches-Mont semi finals.

On Feb 14, UHS played Council Rock North in PIAA District 1 AAAA playoffs. Unionville played well with the game was close until UHS had to start fouling late in the game. CR North made their foul shots for the win.

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  1. Phoebe Davis says:

    Way to go girls! this is really impressive. Thank you U Times for covering this achievement. Most of your sports reports are about the boys teams.. it’s nice to see the girls covered as well. Winning isn;t everything .. it’s how we set challenging goals for ourselves and acknowledging all that we do to achieve them.. These girls worked really hard and their new coach is to be commended for helping them be there best both on and off the court.

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