B.J. John's big game helps Lower Merion upset Chester

B.J. John's big game helps Lower Merion upset Chester


B.J. John's big game helps Lower Merion upset Chester


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B.J. Johnson, Lower Merion (Pa.)
F, Class of 2013
Lower Merion defeated powerhouse Chester, 63-47, in the PIAA Class AAAA title game. Johnson, a Syracuse commit, led the way with 22 points as the Aces broke the Clippers’ three-year in-state winning streak. The title is Lower Merion’s first state championship in seven years.

Aaron Gordon, Archbishop Mitty (Calif.)
F, Class of 2013
While Mitty lost the California Open Division State title to Mater Dei, Gordon had 22 points and 20 rebounds in the championship game.

TreShawn Wilford, Eaglecrest (Colo.)
G, Class of 2013
Wilford had 21 points and nine rebounds to help Eaglecrest to the 5A state title.

Malik Thames, Pleasant Grove (Calif.)
G, Class of 2013
Thames had 16 points in Pleasant Grove’s 73-57 CIF State Division I championship win against Santa Monica.

Ariell Bostick,
Bishop O’Dowd (Calif.)
G, Class of 2013
The San Diego State-bound guard scored a game-high 17 points to help O’Dowd hand Windward its first loss in the CIF Open Division championship.

Jada Matthews, Long Beach Poly (Calif.)
C, Class of 2014
During the CIF Division I state championship, Matthews contributed 14 points as Poly defeated Berkeley 46-28 en route to the team’s fifth state title.

Mariya Moore, Salesian (Calif.)
F, Class of 2014
Serra-Gardena won the California Interscholastic Federation Division IV state championship, but Moore was spectacular in defeat. The junior had 35 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. She also set a record for free throws made (17) and attempted (20).

Sammi Haas, Spring-Ford (Pa.)
G, Class of 2013
Haas had 11 points, five assists and three rebounds to help Spring-Ford claim the PIAA Class AAAA championship with a 60-45 win against Cumberland. The victory gave the Rams its first state title.


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