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NPCA Invitational Tournament Information
Athletic Directors:
To assist you in assisting me in the upcoming NPCA tournament, I have made these MS Excel files available for download. You can e-mail them back to me (NPCA@epix.net) or print them and fax me. The rosters should be completed in January (but are due by February 14); the seeding worksheet should be completed after your February 13 (14) game. If you have other games which could factor into the seeding, attach a note and e-mail me after those games. The newspaper contact information is optional; if you desire to have me send press releases to your local newspaper, I need to have a copy of this form on file.
In Christian Service,
Bob Eble II

Handout: Tournament Forms and Information

History of the NPCA Tournament



            North Pocono Christian Academy in Moscow established the NPCA Invitational Tournament in 1989. Mr. Lane Jones, boys’ basketball coach, wanted an end-of-season tournament to involved all those schools in northeastern Pennsylvania that played each other on a regular basis. Since the teams were not formally aligned in a league, the tournament would be similar to a league tournament. The inaugural tournament was tipped off on March 17-18, 1989.

            While the first tournament had only 7 boys’ participants, it was the overall plan of the tournament to involve a field of 8. To make room on the schedule for 3 games for each team, the squads were required to play 2 games on the opening day.

            From 1992 to 1995 the tournament also held a cheerleading competition. The 1994 and ‘95 competitions also saw individual competitions on Friday morning. The competition was curtailed due to a lack of qualified judges and scheduling changes.

            The 1994 tournament brought 2 significant changes. First, the tournament expanded to 3 days, Thursday through Saturday. Secondly, a 4-field girls’ bracket was added.

            North Pocono Christian Academy hosted the tournament and entered teams every year through 1997. While the school still operated in 1998 and 1999, they did not have enough players to enter a team. In 2000, the school put together a squad that participated mainly on a JV level and entered the tournament once again.

            Mr. Lane Jones successfully guided the first tournament through the 1995 season. Mr. Wally Kieselowsky took the helm of the North Pocono boys’ team and inherited the tournament directorship. In 2000, Lane Jones took over again and acquired the help of Mr. Bob Eble (Ebenezer Faith Christian) for future planning. Following the 2000 tournament, several changes were made to the tournament. First, the name of the tournament was changed to the Northeast Pennsylvania Christian Academy (NPCA) Tournament to better identify the participants, and also preserve the initials of the founding school. Secondly, the size of the field also grew to include 12 boys' and 8 girls’ teams. Thirdly, the main tournament venue was changed to Canaan Christian Academy in Lake Ariel because of the larger facility; North Pocono’s gym was also used for the opening day in the boys’ bracket.

            Beginning in 2002, the tournament added the 3 Western Wayne gymnasiums (elementary, middle, and high schools) and Trail’s End Camp for opening day games. This allowed up to 4 games to be played simultaneously. Friday and Saturday action continued at Canaan.

            In January 2005, Mr. Bob Eble joined the faculty of Canaan Christian Academy. This change of employment brought the tournament director “in house” with the host school for a smooth running of the tournament.

            In the 26 years of the tournament, 37 schools from 4 states (Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York, and Virginia) participated. Of those schools, there have been 12 different boys’ champions and 7 different girls’ champions.

            Snow has postponed the tournament and aspects of it on several occasions. The most drastic change occurred in March 1996 when the tournament moved the bracket one week later. Because of previous commitments, Twin Tiers Baptist High School could not participate. KCEA Fine Art competition was also scheduled for a week later and it was doubtful if Ebenezer and other schools would be able to participate in basketball. After some long hours of rescheduling, the tournament was compressed to 2 days for both the girls’ and boys’ brackets. The cheerleading competition was a casualty of the weather.

            The 2001 tournament received several inches of snow on Friday, but games were played on schedule with minimal delay. While the first games of the morning were delayed by nearly 30 minutes, the tournament was back on schedule by mid-morning with little interruption.

            The 2002 tournament saw the most dramatic change in the schedule as 6 different venues were utilized on the opening day with 4 games being played simultaneously for 3 games in the afternoon and evening. The compressed schedule allowed all tournament games to be completed in 2 ½ days rather than the 3 days used in the previous year. Following the tournament, Lane Jones turned the leadership role over to Bob Eble who had steadily been taking on tournament responsibilities from 2000 to 2002.

            Bob Eble made his debut has tournament director for the 2003 extravaganza. To give him a headache on opening day, 6 inches of snow came on the early morning of March 6. Several last minute venue changes made travel easier, but East Stroudsburg Christian was forced to withdraw due to the weather.

            To contrast the 2003 tournament, 2004 featured 50-degree temperatures much to the delight of the tournament director. A last minute withdrawal in the girls’ bracket opened the way for the first home-school squad to participate as Binghamton LEAH (Loving Education at Home) hastily joined us for the event.

            A long winter broke in time for the 2005 tournament as major storms hit the Monday before and the Tuesday after the tournament. The tournament proceeded as scheduled with no weather related delays.

            A previously forecasted warm spell turned cold in early March 2006. The predicted rain became 4 inches of snow. The tournament proceeded as scheduled, with only Summit Christian not making their first round matchup.

            A mild winter followed by a cold 6 weeks prior to the tournament greeted the 2007 tournament. With only rain in the forecast for the opening day, all games proceeded as scheduled.

            In the 20th tournament, Attorney Nick Barna challenged the youth for future Christian service during the annual all-tournament chapel. Repeat champions reigned in both girls’ and boys’ brackets in 2008 for the first time since the 1998 tournament.

            Former coach (Canaan, Emmanuel, Cincinnatus, Baldwinsville) Steve Baley challenged the young people to future service for the Lord in the 2009 tournament chapel program. For the first time since 1999, the same school won both the girls’ and boys’ divisions as Canaan garnered their first boys’ championship (fourth overall) since 1995 and the girls notched their unprecedented fourth straight (six overall) title.

            Although 2½ feet of snow falling on Northeast PA just 8 days before the 2010 tournament, planning continued, the weather broke, and the tournament went off without a hitch. For the second time in tournament history we had repeat champions with both girl’s and boy’s teams from the same school.

            The winter weather broke in time for the 2011 tournament with more snow falling the Monday after the tournament. Pastor Jay Fox (Fairview) preached to us for our annual chapel service. For the first time since 2003, a first-year participant, Central Christian School, won the boys’ division. Canaan Christian won their sixth consecutive (eighth overall) championship.

            In a year with record low snowfall, the school day prior to the start of the 2012 tournament was cancelled due to snow. Pastor Ken Lindow shared the Word with us in the tournament chapel. In a repeat of last year, Central Christian (second) and Canaan Christian (seventh consecutive, ninth overall) won the boys’ and girls’ championships. The NPCA facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/npcabb) made its debut during the 2012 tournament.

            The tournament’s silver anniversary was celebrated in 2013 with Pastor Gene Jones returning to share the chapel challenge. Because of the unavailability of all the gyms that we previously used, the Thursday schedule was adjusted with some different playing times and 2 new venues (Camp Ladore and Western Wayne’s Evergreen school) with the North Pocono Bible Baptist Church venue seeing its first boys’ game since 2001. In a repeat of last year, Central Christian (third) and Canaan Christian (eighth consecutive, tenth overall) won the boys’ and girls’ championships.

            With slightly warmer temperatures, no snow was in the air for the 2014 tournament. (By contrast, many school calendars were extended due to excessive snow days during the winter.) Triboro Christian Academy’s boys’ team made their tournament debut. Eighth grader Casey Skelton (Canaan Christian) became the tournament’s first second-generation player; both her parents (Brian and Betsy [Lamberton]) participated for Canaan. Evangelist Shane Kollmeyer challenged us in the tournament chapel as Evangelist Tom Palmer gave the final address before the awards ceremony. The tournament featured a record 4 overtime games, including 3 on the opening day. In the end, dynasty continued as Central Christian (fourth) and Canaan Christian (ninth consecutive, eleventh overall) won the boys’ and girls’ championships.

 



Girls’ participants



Canaan Christian Academy (Lake Ariel, PA)
Participated 20 years (‘94-‘99, ‘01-‘14); Average finish, 2nd
Placed 1st, 11 times; 2nd, 4 times; 3rd, 2 times; 4th, 2 times; 5th
Sportsmanship Award: 5 times (‘95-‘98, ‘04)
All-Stars: Kala Coleman (‘95), Kristen Howell (‘06), Katie Krug (‘13), Betsy Lamberton (MVP, ‘95, ‘96; ‘94), Becky Misiura (‘10, ‘11), Meghan Mountjoy (‘96), Veronica Oakley (‘12, ‘14), Leah Rosa (MVP, ‘98; ‘97), Lori Rowe (‘98), Sarah Schweinsburg (‘09); Colleen Sprague (‘99), Danielle Sprague (‘01, ‘02), Ashlea Swingle (MVP, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13), Courtney Swingle (MVP, ‘09, ‘10; ‘06, ‘07, ‘08), Katie Swingle (‘05, ‘06, ‘07), Stephanie Thompson (MVP, ‘06, ‘07; ‘04, ‘05, ‘08), Corrine VanDeLinde (‘14), Jessica Vitelli (‘03, ‘04), Mary Williamson (‘99), Alli Wittenbrader (MVP, ‘14)

Baldwinsville Christian Academy (Baldwinsville, NY)
Participated 2 years (‘05-‘06); Average finish, 6th
Placed 6th, 2 times
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘06)

Bensalem Baptist School (Bensalem, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘01); Average finish, 7th
Placed 7th

Binghamton LEAH (Loving Education at Home) (Binghamton, NY)
Participated 1 year (‘04); Average finish, 5th
Placed 5th

Bloomsburg Christian School (Bloomsburg, PA)
Participated 10 years (‘05-‘14); Average finish, 5th
Placed 2nd, 2 times; 3rd; 4th, 2 times; 6th, 3 times; 7th; 8th
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘11)
All-Stars: Mikayla Amick (‘13, ‘14), Laura Bowman (‘06, ‘07), Rebecca Broadt (‘09), Katie Johnson (‘06), Katie Karosas (‘05, ‘07), Meredith Kline (‘08, ‘09), Shelby Kline (‘08, ‘09), Brianne Mattive (‘07, ‘08), Rebecca Williams (‘09, ‘10)

Central Baptist Christian Academy (Binghamton, NY)
Participated 5 years (‘95, ‘05, ‘10-‘11, ‘13); Varsity 4 years (‘05, ‘10-‘11, ‘13), JV 1 year (‘95); Average finish, 4th (Varsity, 3rd; JV, 4th)
Placed 2nd, 2 times; 4th; 5th, 2 times (Varsity: 2nd, 2 times; 5th, 2 times; JV: 4th)
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘13)
All-Stars: Jennifer Bales (‘95), Michelle Burman (‘10, ‘11), Heather Dodd (‘05), Katie Krewson (‘10), Kayla Krewson (‘13), Melissa Lewis (‘11), Sarah Ross (‘05), Lindsey Woodward (‘10)

Cincinnatus Christian School (Cincinnatus, NY)
Participated 1 year (‘04); Average finish, 8th
Placed 8th

Cortland Christian Academy (Cortland, NY)
Participated 8 years (‘07-‘14); Average finish, 5th
Placed 2nd; 4th, 3 times; 5th, 2 times; 7th, 2 times
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘14)
All-Stars: Samantha Fuller (‘07), Korissa Kinney (‘14), Mariah Ploss (‘13, ‘14), Alainey Sweeney (‘11, ‘12), Sarina Sweeney (‘14), Leah Sweeney (‘10)

Ebenezer Faith Christian School (Plymouth, PA)
Participated 10 years (‘94-‘03); Average finish, 3rd
Placed 1st, 3 times; 2nd; 3rd, 3 times; 4th; 7th; 8th
All-Stars: Jessica Callahan (‘03), Amy Dobitas (‘94, ‘95), Elizabeth Francis (‘01), Melody Francis (‘01), Candie Garnett (‘02), Sarah Johnson (‘98), Carrie LaBar (‘96, ‘97), Maria Levkulich (MVP, ‘97), Krissy Simpson (‘99, ‘00, ‘01), Lori Wascavage (‘94), Maria Worlinsky (MVP, ‘01; ‘98, ‘99, ‘00)

Fairview Christian School (Reading, PA)
Participated 3 years (‘99-‘01); Average finish, 4th
Placed 3rd, 4th, 6th
Sportsmanship Award: 2 times (‘99-‘00)
All-Stars: Krista Fox (MVP, ‘00)

Fundamental Baptist Academy (Clarks Summit, PA)
Participated 5 years (‘00-‘04); Average finish, 6th
Placed 4th, 2 times; 6th; 7th; 8th
All-Stars: Debbie Evans (‘02, ‘03)

Gateway Christian School (Mertztown, PA)
Participated 4 years (‘01-‘04); Average finish, 3rd
Placed 1st; 3rd, 2 times; 4th
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘03)
All-Stars: Melanie Anders (‘02, ‘03), Briana Bliesath (MVP, ‘03; ‘04), Hannah Miller (‘03), Alicia Nolt (‘03)

Harmony Christian School (Middletown, NY)
Participated 4 years (‘07-‘08, ‘12, ‘14); Average finish, 6th
Placed 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th
All-Stars: Chelsea McCann (‘08)

Immanuel Christian School (Hazleton, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘06); Average finish, 8th
Placed 8th

Lebanon Christian Academy (Lebanon, PA)
Participated 8 years (‘07-‘14); Average finish, 5th
Placed 3rd, 3 times; 4th; 5th, 2 times; 8th, 2 times
All-Stars: Keri Caputo (‘09, ‘10), Sarah Griffith (‘12, ‘13), Katie Kuntzelman (‘07), Emily Olson (‘12, ‘13), Rachel Olson (‘11), Ashley Shaffer (‘11)

Memorial Baptist Christian School (Williamsport, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘02); Average finish, 6th
Placed 6th
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘02)
All-Stars: Amy Douglas (‘02), Rachel Ulmer (‘02)

Muhlenburg Christian Academy (Hunlock Creek, PA)
Participated 13 years (‘00-‘12); Average finish, 6th
Placed 2nd; 4th; 5th, 3 times; 6th, 4 times; 7th, 3 times; 8th
Sportsmanship Award: 6 times (‘01, ‘07-‘10, ‘12)
All-Stars: Allison Culver (‘04), Ashley Culver (‘00), Janelle Culver (‘12), Deanna Garnett (‘10), Stacia Young (‘02, ‘04)

North Pocono Christian Academy (Moscow, PA)
Participated 4 years (‘94-‘97); Average finish, 2nd
Placed 1st; 2nd, 2 times; 3rd
All-Stars: Anna Johnson (MVP, ‘94; ‘95, ‘96, ‘97), Krista Mislinski (‘96)

North Rome Christian School (Rome, PA)
Participated 11 years (‘02-‘06, ‘09-‘14); Average finish, 3rd
Placed 1st; 2nd, 5 times; 3rd, 2 times; 4th; 6th; 8th
All-Stars: Larissa Altieri (‘14), Christy Carter (‘03), Rebekah Crain (‘03, ‘05, ‘06), Heather Dunnican (MVP, ‘02), Alyssa Kunte (‘05, ‘06), Angelia Laudermilch (‘12), Sarah Malkemes (‘13), Cristen Mosier (‘11, ‘12, ‘13), Sarah Niermeyer (‘12) Kelcy Salsman (‘09), Ashley Shores (‘03, ‘04), Renee Shores (MVP, ‘04; ‘02, ‘03, ‘05, ‘06), Abby Wells (‘09)

Sweet Valley Christian Academy (Sweet Valley, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘94); Average finish, 4th
Placed 4th
All-Stars: Tara Harteis (‘94)

Triboro Christian Academy (Old Forge, PA)
Participated 7 years (‘05-‘09, ‘13-‘14); Average finish, 7th
Placed 5th, 2 times; 7th, 3 times; 8th, 2 times
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘05)
All-Stars: Paige Brown (‘13, ‘14), Kara Hawley (‘08), Jen Suchecki (‘08)

Twin Valley Bible Academy (Narvon, PA)
Participated 2 years (‘97-‘98); Average finish, 1st
Placed 1st, 2 times
All-Stars: Kathleen Barnes (‘97), Megan Barnes (MVP, ‘98; ‘97), Merli Moser (‘98)

Valley Heights Christian Academy (Norwich, NY)
Participated 11 years (‘04-‘14); Average finish, 4th
Placed 1st, 2 times; 2nd; 3rd, 4 times; 4th; 5th; 7th; 8th
All-Stars: Alicia Fowler (MVP, ‘05; ‘04), Hilary Halberg (‘04, ‘05, ‘06), Kyra Lowie (‘14), Kristina Miedema (‘07), Sarah Miedema (‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11), Jessica Ray (‘11, ‘12), Hannah Vidler (MVP ‘08; ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07)

Williamsport Christian School (Williamsport, PA)
Participated 5 years (‘98-‘99, ‘01-‘03); Average finish, 3rd
Placed 2nd; 2 times 3rd; 2 times; 4th
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘98)
All-Stars: Sheila Bixler (MVP, ‘99; ‘02), Sonya Bixler (‘02, ‘03), Emily Thomas (‘01)



Boys’ participants



Canaan Christian Academy (Lake Ariel, PA)
Participated 25 years (‘89-‘99, ‘01-‘15); Varsity 25 years (‘89-‘99, ‘01-‘14); JV 2 years (‘03, ‘07); Average finish, 4th (Varsity, 4th; JV, 10th)
Placed 1st, 5 times; 2nd, 5 times; 3rd, 2 times; 4th, 2 times; 5th, 5 times; 6th; 7th, 3 times; 8th; 9th; 10th; 11th (Varsity: 1st, 5 times; 2nd, 5 times; 3rd, 2 times; 4th, 2 times; 5th, 5 times; 6th; 7th, 3 times; 8th; 9th; JV: 10th, 11th)
All-Stars: Tim Arendt (MVP, ‘89), Shawn Beals (‘10, ‘11), Mike Cantando (‘01), Joe Chupick (MVP, ‘12; ‘13), Nick Chupick (‘10, ‘11, ‘12), Dan Graham (‘95, ‘96), Jon Graham (‘04), Ryan Hollingshead (‘09) Nathan Kilian (‘09, ‘10) Jeremy Lawrence (MVP, ‘92), Jeremy Madden (‘04), Jason Manarchuck (‘91), Dave Misiura (‘02, ‘04), Jon Misiura (‘02, ‘03), Josiah Misiura (‘08, ‘09, ‘10), Kevin Race (‘94, ‘95), Joe Schweinsburg (‘13), Nick Schweinsburg (‘07, ‘08), Steve Vitelli (‘06, ‘07), Bryan Wyllie (‘01)

Baldwinsville Christian Academy (Baldwinsville, NY)
Participated 7 years (‘01-‘02, ‘04-‘08); Average finish, 7th
Placed 1st; 6th; 8th, 4 times; 9th
All-Stars: Winfeld Dennis (‘01), Caleb Minota (‘05), Matt Minota (‘02), Jimmy Retzos (MVP, ‘01)

Bensalem Baptist School (Bensalem, PA)
Participated 6 years (‘00-‘05); Average finish, 5th
Placed 1st; 2nd; 6th, 2 times; 7th; 8th
All-Stars: Dave Elitz (‘02), Kyle Fleming (‘03), Brian Miller (‘03), Andrew Tarr (‘03, ‘04, ‘05), Matt Taylor (‘04)

Bloomsburg Christian School (Bloomsburg, PA)
Participated 11 years (‘04-‘14); Average finish, 4th
Placed 2nd, 2 times; 3rd, 2 times; 4th, 3 times; 5th, 2 times; 7th, 2 times
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘14)
All-Stars: Eli Amick (‘11), Luke Amick (‘07), Noah Amick (MVP, ‘09; ‘08), Ben Dixson (‘10), Caleb Greene (‘04, ‘05, ‘06), Eric Lynch (MVP, ‘04), Timothy Smith (‘12, ‘13, ‘14)

Brooktendale Baptist School (Brooktendale, NY)
Participated 1 year (‘90); Average finish, 4th
Placed 4th All-Stars: Joey Miller (‘90)

Calvary Baptist Christian School (Union City, PA)
Participated 2 years (‘91-‘92); Average finish, 7th
Placed 7th, 8th

Calvary International Christian School (Morton, PA)
Participated 2 years (‘04-‘05); Average finish, 9th
Placed 9th, 10th
All-Stars: Derrick Bell (‘05)

Central Baptist Christian Academy (Binghamton, NY)
Participated 10 years (‘89, ‘92-‘95, ‘09-‘13); Varsity 6 years (‘94, ‘09-‘13), JV 4 years (‘89, ‘92-‘93, ‘95); Average finish, 5th (Varsity, 7th; JV, 3rd)
Placed 1st; 2nd, 2 times; 3rd, 3 times; 8th; 9th; 11th, 2 times (Varsity: 1st; 2nd; 8th; 9th; 11th, 2 times; JV: 2nd; 3rd, 3 times)
All-Stars: Don Barrows (‘93), Clark Cochrane (‘89), Dan Dodd (‘10), Steve Mastranardi (‘94), Roger Weiss (‘92, ‘94)

Central Christian School (Dover, DE)
Participated 4 years (‘11-‘14); Average finish, 1st
Placed 1st, 4 times
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘11)
All-Stars: Patrick Lapp (‘13, ‘14), Quintin Lapp (MVP, ‘11), Byron Miller (‘13), Kyle Miller (‘14), Jordan Stoltzfus (‘12), Jalon Swartzentruber (MVP, ‘13, ‘14), Tyler Swartzentruber (‘11, ‘12), David Yoder (‘12), Justin Yoder (‘11)

Cortland Christian Academy (Cortland, NY)
Participated 10 years (‘05-‘14); Average finish, 5th
Placed 1st, 2 times; 3rd; 4th; 6th, 2 times; 7th, 2 times; 8th; 10th
All-Stars: Gregory Buchanan (‘07, ‘08), Aaron Burnett (‘06), C.J. Burnett (‘07, ‘08), Nathan Ploss (‘09, ‘12), Kyle Ripley (‘09), Peter Sargent (‘05, ‘06, ‘07)

Cincinnatus Christian School (Cincinnatus, NY)
Participated 4 years (‘01-‘04); Average finish, 5th
Placed 4th; 5th; 6th, 2 times
All-Stars: Kyle Harding (‘01), David Perrott (‘01, ‘02), Trey Perrott (‘04)

Damascus Christian Academy (Damascus, PA)
Participated 25 years (‘89-‘91, ‘93-‘14); Average finish, 7th
Placed 1st, 4 times; 3rd, 2 times; 4th, 2 times; 6th, 2 times; 7th, 5 times; 8th; 2 times; 9th; 10th, 2 times; 11th, 3 times; 12th, 2 times
Sportsmanship Award: 14 times (‘90-‘91, ‘97, ‘99-‘02, ‘07-‘13)
All-Stars: Tim Barna (‘01), LeRoy Eldred (MVP, ‘90, ‘91), Cole Fredo (‘12, ‘13), Caleb Jones (‘10, ‘11, ‘12), Nehemiah Jones (‘14), Matt Marks (‘89), Nathan Marks (‘93), Seth Marks (‘04, ‘05), Scott Noble (‘02), Joe Rybak (‘00, ‘01), Joel Turner (‘93), Walter Yanacek (MVP, ‘00; ‘99)

East Stroudsburg Christian Academy (East Stroudsburg, PA)
Participated 2 years (‘99, ‘01); Average finish, 10th
Placed 8th, 12th

Ebenezer Faith Christian School (Plymouth, PA)
Participated 15 years (‘89-‘03); Average finish, 5th
Placed 1st; 2nd, 3 times; 4th, 2 times; 5th, 3 times; 6th, 3 times; 7th; 11th; 12th
All-Stars: James Dymond (‘90), Dan Francis (‘98, ‘99), Nate Francis (MVP, ‘99; ‘98), Rob Kocher (‘93, ‘94), Michael Levkulich (‘00, ‘01), Ken Lohmann (‘89, ‘90), Evan Negroni (‘02), James Rowlands (‘91)

Emmanuel Baptist Academy (Penn Yan, NY)
Participated 8 years (‘98-‘01, ‘04-‘05, ‘09-‘10); Average finish, 6th
Placed 2nd, 2 times; 4th, 2 times; 5th; 11th; 12th, 2 times
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘98)
All-Stars: Sam Brown (‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01), Bryan Little (‘00, ‘01), Tim Little (‘98)

Fairview Christian School (Reading, PA)
Participated 25 years (‘90-‘14); Average finish, 5th
Placed 1st, 3 times; 2nd, 3 times; 3rd, 3 times; 4th, 3 times; 5th, 4 times; 6th, 4 times; 7th, 2 times; 8th, 2 times; 9th
Sportsmanship Award: 8 times (‘92-‘96, ‘03-‘05)
All-Stars: Ash Allgyer (MVP, ‘05), Dwayne Allgyer (MVP, ‘08; ‘06, ‘07), Jason Fox (MVP, ‘96, ‘98; ‘97), Marcus Fox (‘90, ‘91, ‘92), Eddie Good (‘03), Chad Hoover (‘95, ‘96, ‘97), Dean Hoover (‘94, ‘95, ‘96), Sheldon Huber (‘01, ‘02, ‘03), Jeremy Martin (‘10), Wendel Martin (‘08), Travis Nolt (‘11), Dustin Snyder (‘06, ‘07), Ralli Zook (‘02)

Faith Baptist Christian Academy (Fairless Hills, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘90); Average finish, 3rd
Placed 3rd

Fundamental Baptist Academy (Clarks Summit, PA)
Participated 3 years (‘00-‘02); Average finish, 10th
Placed 8th; 11th, 2 times
All-Stars: David Evans (‘02)

Gateway Christian School (Mertztown, PA)
Participated 4 years (‘99, ‘01-‘03); Average finish, 8th
Placed 3rd; 9th, 2 times; 10th
All-Stars: Justin Baker (‘99), Josh Haught (‘02), Nathan Parker (‘99), Kevin Snyder (‘02)

Harmony Christian School (Middletown, NY)
Participated 3 years (‘08, ‘13-‘14); Average finish, 8th
Placed 5th, 8th, 12th
All-Stars: Vincenzo Marrone (‘14)

Immanuel Christian School (Hazleton, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘06); Average finish, 11th
Placed 11th

Interlaken Christian School (Interlaken, NY)
Participated 2 years (‘92-‘93); Average finish, 6th
Placed 5th, 7th
All-Stars: B.J. Becker (‘92)

Lebanon Christian Academy (Lebanon, PA)
Participated 8 years (‘07-‘14); Average finish, 4th
Placed 2nd, 2 times; 3rd, 4 times; 6th; 8th
All-Stars: Justin Alverez (‘12), Jon Beiler (‘13, ‘14), Jimmy Caputo (‘14), Derek Dimond (‘11), Seth Fortney (‘08), Craig Griffth (‘14), Aaron Kaylor (‘09, ‘10), Phil Kaylor (MVP, ‘07)

Maranatha Christian School (Watsontown, PA)
Participated 9 years (‘06-‘14); Average finish, 9th
Placed 2nd; 8th; 9th, 2 times; 10th, 2 times; 11th, 3 times
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘06)
All-Stars: Dwayne Groff (MVP, ‘06), Josh Souder (‘06)

Memorial Baptist Christian School (Williamsport, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘02); Average finish, 10th
Placed 10th
All-Stars: Mark Rockwell (‘02)

Muhlenburg Christian Academy (Hunlock Creek, PA)
Participated 17 years (‘89-‘93, ‘96-‘97, ‘03-‘12); Average finish, 9th
Placed 3rd; 4th; 6th, 3 times; 7th; 8th, 2 times; 9th; 10th, 3 times; 12th, 5 times
All-Stars: Earl Green (‘91), Jeff Martin (‘92), Steve Sutliff (‘89)

North Pocono Christian Academy (Moscow, PA)
Participated 10 years (‘89-‘97, ‘00); Average finish, 4th
Placed 2nd, 3 times; 3rd, 2 times; 4th, 2 times; 5th, 2 times; 7th
All-Stars: Adam Kieselowsky (MVP, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95; ‘92, ‘96, ‘97), John Meyers (‘89), Dan Morgan (‘90), Adam Smith (‘93), John Westfall (‘90, ‘91)

North Rome Christian School (Ulster, PA)
Participated 13 years (‘00, ‘02-‘06, ‘08-‘14); Average finish, 5th
Placed 1st; 3rd, 3 times; 4th, 2 times; 5th; 6th, 2 times; 7th; 9th; 10th, 2 times
All-Stars: Adam Crain (‘00), Tom Crain (‘05), Kevin Gorsline (‘02, ‘03), Scott Niermeyer (‘09), Caleb Salsman (‘09), Nick Stanton (‘13), Ben Wells (‘06)

Rosedale Christian Academy (Winchester, VA)
Participated 1 year (‘94); Average finish, 6th
Placed 6th

Summit Christian Academy (Clarks Summit, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘06); Average finish, 9th
Placed 9th

Sunbury Christian Academy (Northumberland, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘95); Average finish, 5th
Placed 5th

Sweet Valley Christian Academy (Sweet Valley, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘94); Average finish, 8th
Placed 8th

Triboro Christian Academy (Old Forge, PA)
Participated 1 year (‘14); Average finish, 12th
Placed 12th

Twin Valley Bible Academy (Narvon, PA)
Participated 2 years (‘97-‘98); Average finish, 1st
Placed 1st, 2 times
All-Stars: Dave Cone (‘97), Mitch Hertzler (MVP, ‘97; ‘98)

Valley Heights Christian Academy (Norwich, NY)
Participated 12 years (‘03-‘14); Average finish, 5th
Placed 1st; 2nd; 3rd; 4th, 3 times; 5th; 6th; 7th, 3 times; 8th
All-Stars: Paul Fazio (‘05), Joel Fowler (‘03, ‘04), Ben Fuller (‘05, ‘06), Luke Halberg (MVP, ‘10; ‘08, ‘09), Brennen Lawton (‘14), David Resseguie (MVP, ‘03), Reid Rose (‘13), Roger Rose (‘07, ‘08), Ryan Rose (‘11), Kyle VanAlthuis (‘05)

Williamsport Christian School (Williamsport, PA)
Participated 9 years (‘89, ‘95-‘99, ‘01-‘03); Average finish, 6th
Placed 2nd; 4th; 5th, 3 times; 6th; 7th, 2 times; 9th
Sportsmanship Award: 1 time (‘89)
All-Stars: James Bixler (‘99), Joel Bixler (‘95, ‘96), Jonathan Bixler (‘97, ‘98), Paul McGinn (‘03), Shannon Mitchell (MVP, ‘02)


Most Valuable Players



Girls’ MVPs
Year Name School (place)
1994 Anna Johnson North Pocono Christian Academy (3rd)
1995 Betsy Lamberton Canaan Christian Academy (2nd)
1996 Betsy Lamberton Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
1997 Maria Levkulich Ebenezer Faith Christian School (4th)
1998 Megan Barnes Twin Valley Bible Academy (1st)
        Leah Rosa Canaan Christian Academy (2nd)
1999 Sheila Bixler Williamsport Christian School (3rd)
2000 Krista Fox Fairview Christian School (3rd)
2001 Maria Worlinsky Ebenezer Faith Christian School (1st)
2002 Heather Dunnican North Rome Christian School (1st)
2003 Briana Bliesath Gateway Christian School (1st)
2004 Renee Shores North Rome Christian School (3rd)
2005 Alicia Fowler Valley Heights Christian Academy (1st)
2006 Stephanie Thompson Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
2007 Stephanie Thompson Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
2008 Hannah Vidler Valley Heights Christian Academy (2nd)
2009 Courtney Swingle Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
2010 Courtney Swingle Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
2011 Ashlea Swingle Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
2012 Ashlea Swingle Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
2013 Ashlea Swingle Canaan Christian Academy (1st)

2014 Alli Wittenbrader Canaan Christian Academy (1st)

Boys’ MVPs
Year Name School (place)
1989 Tim Arendt Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
1990 LeRoy Eldred Damascus Christian Academy (1st)
1991 LeRoy Eldred Damascus Christian Academy (1st)
1992 Jeremy Lawrence Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
1993 Adam Kieselowsky North Pocono Christian Academy (2nd)
1994 Adam Kieselowsky North Pocono Christian Academy (2nd)
1995 Adam Kieselowsky North Pocono Christian Academy (4th)
1996 Jason Fox Fairview Christian School (1st)
1997 Mitch Hertzler Twin Valley Bible Academy (1st)
1998 Jason Fox Fairview Christian School (3rd)
1999 Nate Francis Ebenezer Faith Christian School (1st)
2000 Walter Yanacek Damascus Christian Academy (1st)
2001 Jimmy Retzos Baldwinsville Christian Academy (1st)
2002 Shannon Mitchell Williamsport Christian School (2nd)
2003 David Resseguie Valley Heights Christian Academy (1st)
2004 Eric Lynch Bloomsburg Christian School (3rd)
2005 Ash Allgyer Fairview Christian School (5th)
2006 Dwayne Groff Maranatha Christian School (2nd)
2007 Phil Kaylor Lebanon Christian Academy (3rd)
2008 Dwayne Allgyer Fairview Christian School (3rd)
2009 Noah Amick Bloombsurg Christian School (2nd)
2010 Luke Halberg Valley Heights Christian Academy (3rd)
2011 Quintin Lapp Central Christian School (1st)
2012 Joe Chupick Canaan Christian Academy (2nd)
2013 Jalon Swartzentruber Central Christian School (1st)
2014 Jalon Swartzentruber Central Christian School (1st)


Don Thompson Sportsmanship Awards



Girls’ Sportsmanship
Year School (place)
1994 No award given
1995 Canaan Christian Academy (2nd)
1996 Canaan Christian Academy (1st)
1997 Canaan Christian Academy (3rd)
1998 Canaan Christian Academy (2nd)
        Williamsport Christian School (4th)
1999 Fairview Christian School (4th)
2000 Fairview Christian School (3rd)
2001 Muhlenburg Christian Academy (5th)
2002 Memorial Baptist Christian School (6th)
2003 Gateway Christian School (1st)
2004 Canaan Christian Academy (2nd)
2005 Triboro Christian Academy (7th)
2006 Baldwinsville Christian Academy (6th)
2007 Muhlenburg Christian Academy (6th)
2008 Muhlenburg Christian Academy (6th)
2009 Muhlenburg Christian Academy (6th)
2010 Muhlenburg Christian Academy (4th)
2011 Bloomsburg Christian School (8th)
2012 Muhlenburg Christian Academy (5th)
2013 Central Baptist Christian Academy (5th)
2014 Cortland Christian Academy (2nd)

Boys’ Sportsmanship
Year School (place)
1989 Williamsport Christian School (7th)
1990 Damascus Christian Academy (1st)
1991 Damascus Christian Academy (1st)
1992 Fairview Christian School (3rd)
1993 Fairview Christian School (7th)
1994 Fairview Christian School (5th)
1995 Fairview Christian School (2nd)
1996 Fairview Christian School (1st)
1997 Damascus Christian Academy (6th)
1998 Emmanuel Baptist Academy (4th)
1999 Damascus Christian Academy (4th)
2000 Damascus Christian Academy (1st)
2001 Damascus Christian Academy (3rd)
2002 Damascus Christian Academy (7th)
2003 Fairview Christian School (7th)
2004 Fairview Christian School (8th)
2005 Fairview Christian School (5th)
2006 Maranatha Christian School (2nd)
2007 Damascus Christian Academy (10th)
2008 Damascus Christian Academy (12th)
2009 Damascus Christian Academy (11th)
2010 Damascus Christian Academy (7th)
2011 Damascus Christian Academy (9th)
2012 Damascus Christian Academy (3rd)
2013 Damascus Christian Academy (7th)
2014 Bloomsburg Christian School (4th)


Championships



Girls’ Champions
11-time champion:

            Canaan Christian Academy (‘94, ‘96, ‘06-‘14)

3-time champion:

            Ebenezer Faith Christian School (‘99-‘01)

2-time champions:

            Twin Valley Bible Academy (‘97-‘98)

            Valley Heights Christian Academy (‘04-‘05)

champions:

            North Pocono Christian Academy (‘95)

            North Rome Christian School (‘02)

            Gateway Christian School (‘03)

Boys’ Champions
5-time champion:

            Canaan Christian Academy (‘89, ‘92, ‘95, ‘09-‘10)

4-time champions:

            Damascus Christian Academy (‘90-‘91, ‘93, ‘00)

            Central Christian School (‘11-‘14)
3-time champion:

            Fairview Christian School (‘96, ‘02, ‘06)
2-time champions:

            Twin Valley Bible Academy (‘97-‘98)

            Cortland Christian Academy (‘07-‘08)

champions:

            Central Baptist Christian Academy (‘94)

            Ebenezer Faith Christian School (‘99)

            Baldwinsville Christian Academy (‘01)

            Valley Heights Christian Academy (‘03)

            Bensalem Baptist School (‘04)

            North Rome Christian School (‘05)



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