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CoBL Girls Winter Classic Standouts (Dec. 17, 2023)

12/19/2023, 2:15pm EST
By CoBL Staff

By CoBL Staff (@hooplove215)

The inaugural CoBL Girls’ Winter Classic took over the courts at Jefferson University’s Gallagher Athletic Center on Sunday, with 14 games across two courts bringing together some of the best girls’ talent from the region.

Here are the standouts for the event:

Court One Recaps | Court Two Recaps

Court 1

South Christian senior and Temple commit Kelian Cedano had a double-double against FCS. (Photo: Dan Hilferty/CoBL)

Kelian Cedano (2024 | South Shore, Mass.)
In a slugfest against Friends Central, the short-handed South Shore gutted out the win with some clutch plays by Cedano. Her most consistent contribution in the low-scoring game was on the boards. At 5-9, the Temple-commit steadily pulled down rebounds. That effort went a long way given South Shore's height disadvantage. With points coming at a premium, Cedano hit a pull-up three in the fourth quarter to give her squad life. She later knocked down free throws to finish with 13 points and 12 rebounds and to help South Shore secure the win. 

Tamia Clark (2027 | Upper Dublin)
The freshman capitalized on every opportunity that came her way against Council Rock South. Clark finished with 16 points on seven-of-eight shooting and didn’t miss until she attempted a buzzer beater at the end of the third quarter. She did most of her damage with her back to the basket, using her footwork to get around defenders. Defensively, she was aggressive and nearly plucked a few passes going across the top of the key. 

Alexis Eberz (2026 | Archbishop Caroll)
Eberz, who started last year for the Patriots, had a breakout game for Carroll against The George School. The sophomore guard caught fire early into the game and didn’t look back, scoring 17 of her 21 points in the first half alone. Eberz hit a few 3-pointers and even showed off her playmaking abilities in the third quarter when she found Bridget Archbold on a behind the back pass for a layup. 

Marisa Francione (2024 | Conestoga)
The Pioneers’ point guard is just solid. She defends, facilitates and scores, so it’s little wonder she had plenty of college programs after her. Against a Great Valley team that’s just short on experience, Francione controlled play on both ends of the floor and finished with a game-high 14 points on 5-of-6 shooting. Defensively, she ripped a couple steals and just didn’t get beat, which isn’t too surprising given her fall role as the starting center back on Conestoga’s state finalist soccer team.

FCS junior Logyn Greer scored 18 points and grabbed 13 rebounds against South Shore. (Photo: Dan Hilferty/CoBL)

Logyn Greer (2025 | Friends Central)
The 6-foot-3 junior’s length, athleticism, and skill were on display in a close loss to South Shore. Greer couldn’t find the bottom of the net in the first half, but she found her rhythm in the second. She looked scary, slashing through the middle and then pulling up from mid-range. Greer found her rhythm a little too late and South Shore got lucky. She had a knack for drawing contact and flashed consistency from the free throw line. The Division One prospects' defense and rebounding kept FCS in the game when they struggled finishing inside and hitting from distance. Greer turned in a 18-point 13-rebound double, registered four blocks, and one steal. 

Jessie Moses (2027 | Westtown)
The Moose beat Blair Academy with a well-balanced attack, led by Moses. She played lively and aggressive defense without fouling, finishing with 3 steals and a couple more deflections. Her effort on that end rubbed off on her teammates as they forced turnovers too. A two-way guard, her offense was just as potent. Moses got to the cup for easy looks and popped two spot-up threes, totaling 14 points in the big win.  

Megan Ngo (2026 | Upper Dublin)
Played a complete game, but truly made her presence felt on the defense end. She pestered Council Rock South, picking up full-court and making them work for every inch. Ngo swiped the ball away four times and finished with 16 points. She takes what the defense gives her and rarely gets sped up. Despite her stature, she can finish inside through traffic. Her most impressive skill offensively is her passing and decision making. Ngo created for others and found her sister Amy for two smooth as butter backdoor bounce passes and finishes. 

Cardinal O'Hara junior Molly Rullo dropped in 21 against PC. (Photo: Dan Hilferty/CoBL)

Molly Rullo (2024 | Cardinal O’Hara)
Rullo’s athleticism and versatility were on full display on both ends of the ball in the Lion’s 57-37 win over Penn Charter. Offensively, the Drexel commit took advantage of miss-matches and screen slips as she finished with a game-high 21 points on 6-of-13 shooting from the field. The 5-foot-11 forward also converted nine of her 10 attempts from the charity stripe. Defensively? Rullo picked up a few steals and had a block. 

Aaliyah Soliday (2024 | Spring-Ford)
In the big win over Neumann-Goretti, Soliday shot the ball well from deep. The 5-8 senior was in constant motion, relocating after every pass and running the floor in transition. And as soon as her teammates got her the ball, she made quick decisions to get it up, finding the bottom of the net on four-of-five three-point attempts. Her decision-making shined in other ways too. Soliday attached closeouts and connected with her teammates for 4 assists to go along with her 18 points and 5 rebounds. 

Honorable Mention
Anna Azzara (2024 | Spring-Ford), Nal’la Bennett (2025 | Friends Central), Ryan Carter (2027 | Penn Charter), Carly Coleman (2024 | Cardinal O’Hara), Savannah Curry (2024 | Westtown), Carryn Easley (2025 | Neumann-Goretti), Ava Fajardo (2026 | Blair Academy, N.J.), Gianna Johnson (2024 | George School), Olivia Jones (2025 | Westtown), Many Lopez (2024 | South Shore, Mass.), Brianna Mead (2024 | South Shore, Mass.), Siena Miller (2024 | Spring-Ford), Zariah Ottley (2026 | South Shore, Mass.), Jordyn Palmer (2027 | Westtown), Mackenzie Pettinelli (2024 | Spring-Ford), Janie Preston (2025 | Conestoga), Katie Purpura (2024 | Council Rock South), Katie Tiffan (2025 | Spring-Ford), Josephen Vebiu (2024 | South Shore, Mass.)


Court 2

PV junior Quinn Boettinger led her team with 14 points against Sanford. (Photo: Mark Jordan/CoBL)

Quinn Boettinger (2025 | Perkiomen Valley)
Boettinger had 14 of her team’s 37 points in a win over Sanford School. She didn’t have her most efficient outing from the field but the 6-3 forward worked her way to the line for 10 free throws and made them all. That type of efficiency at the line makes her an even tougher weapon to stop down low. Boettinger added 11 rebounds in the performance and shined one the defensive end as well. She added four blocks on the Vikings’ back line.

Isabella Casey (2024 | Germantown Academy)
A habitual statsheet stuffer, Casey typically finds a way to leave an imprint in a number of ways. That was the case again in a win over Pennsbury as she tallied 12 points, five rebounds, an assist and a block. Casey’s outside shot looked pretty as she knocked down a pair of threes. She was active on both ends, making cuts off the ball on offense and finding different ways to disrupt on defense and chipping in on the rebounding effort. 

Riley Davis (2027 | Notre Dame)
The freshman 5-9 guard looked like a savvy vet in her 16-point, four-assist, six-rebound and three-steal performance against Nazareth Acad. She can get to the hoop with her speed with the ball in her hands or as a cutter and isn’t afraid of contact when she gets there. She showed off the ability to back down defenders in Sunday’s win, finishing one post-up with a dropstep left handed finish. When she wasn’t scoring, Davis found her teammates for good looks. She’s a fun watch on the defensive end too, jumping into passing lanes or staying in front on ball.

Mikaiya Durham (2026 | Abington)
The sophomore’s certainly got plenty of confidence and she very rarely hesitates to shoot if open, which is fine with her teammates. Durham went for 18 against West Catholic, bagging three three-point makes in the process but also showed a nice set of fakes and misdirections to set up a couple drives along the baseline for a midrange shot or finish at the basket.

Grace Galbavy (2025 | Perkiomen Valley)
It wasn’t an accident that Sanford had a tough time scoring against the Vikings. Galbavy, a 6-foot wing, provided some smothering defense. She used her length to swat away six shots (quite a few emphatic ones) and force seven steals, getting her hands on a number of other balls to cause havoc on both the defensive interior and perimeter. She finished with 11 points on offense as well, showcasing a smooth game and changing speeds to get to the basket.

GA junior Jess Kolecki did a little bit of everything in a win over Pennsbury. (Photo: Mark Jordan/CoBL)

Jess Kolecki (2025 | Germantown Academy)
Kolecki was a real two-way tone setter for GA in its win over Pennsbury. She compiled 11 points, three assists, five rebounds and a pair of steals  in the winning effort, and her impact felt much greater. The 5-8 point guard got the Patriots into the right spots offensively and found opportunities for herself to score, hitting an early three and doing the rest of her damage inside the arc. 

Maya Johnson (2025 | Abington)
Abington’s point guard is truly the one running the show. Her vision is top-notch and even at 5-foot-3 it never seems like there’s a pass she can’t make once she gets into the lane. With the Ghosts going with a more by-committee approach to acquiring points this winter, Johnson’s ability to attack and make a split-second decision, coupled with her wizardry as the ball-handler, put West Catholic on its heels after half. Johnson, who had 14 points and seven assists, is also a pest on defense, her quickness leading to a couple steals and deflections.

Nasiaah Russel (2027 | Audenried)
Despite being a freshman Russell showed maturity in a hotly contested game against Shipley. Russell used her size well in the paint, showing off her touch and finishing ability in the paint. Russell finished with 12 points in a 57-56 win. The center did a good job of running the floor. Even if she didn’t receive the ball every time, her size garnered the defense's attention she opened up looks for her teammates. The center also displayed her feel for the game, firing a beautiful touch pass in transition during the second half to Shayla Smith for an easy layup. 

Ciani Scott (2026 | West Catholic)
Scott dominated the second quarter of Sunday’s loss against Abington, scoring 12 of her 18 points in frame as the Burrs cut Abington’s big lead to three at the break. The 5-foot-11 sophomore, who is one of several underclassmen for the Burrs, has the chance to take over games this season, especially against smaller lineups like Abington. Her footwork is still improving but she has confidence to score over either shoulder on both blocks and is willing to assert herself in the game. A few loud-sounding blocks added to her highlights in a terrific outing.

Sanford junior Jada Snow showed off her versatility against PV. (Photo: Mark Jordan/CoBL)

Jada Snow (2025 | Sanford School, Del.)
The 5-10 wing/forward has a versatile game, operating on the interior and the perimeter at times throughout Sunday’s matchup with Perk Valley. She finished with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Offensively, she can scrap down low or put the ball on the deck and stepped outside to hit a pair of threes, including a stepback late. Defensively, she helped make things tough for Vikings’ 6-footers Quinn Boettinger and Grace Galbavy on the defensive end. 

Sofia Vitucci (2024 | Pennsbury)
After a quiet first quarter, the recent 1,000-point scorer got going on the offensive end in the second to try and help her team keep pace with GA. She finished with 16 points. She’s got one of the best pull-up games around and that was on display, also weaving all the way into the lane one occasion. On defense, the 5-6 guard really gets low and guards. She can slide her feet and switch directions with fluidity.

Megan Zane (2027 | Springfield Delco)
Zane already looks like a natural fit with the Cougars, the freshman listed as a guard but playing as more of a wing hybrid in the team’s starting five. Her numbers weren’t eye-popping with nine points and seven rebounds, but she defended at a high level and grabbing rebounds over a Ragdolls frontcourt with a little bit of size certainly helped.

Honorable Mention

Ciana Blake (2026 | West Catholic), Sam Blumenthal (2024 | Bishop Shanahan), Jasmine Butler (2026 | West Catholic), Tyler Edwards (2024 | Sanford, Del.), Cora Fattori (2024 | Springfield Delco), Delaney Finn (2024 | Archbishop Ryan), Lizzie Halligan (2024 | Notre Dame), Sanai Johnson (2026 | Shipley), Chloe Knox (2025 | Notre Dame), Daniella MacDonald (2024 | Pennsbury), Mia Mathews (2024 | Kennett), Piper McGinley (2024 | Abington), Grace Nasr (2027 | Notre Dame), Reese Power (2025 | Nazareth Acad.), Shayla Smith (2025 | Audenried)

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