Conestoga Boys Basketball

Varsity stages late rally but comes up short against Camas HS (WA)

Stoga overcame a 14 pt deficit at half to close the gap to 54-55 in the team’s first loss against a very tough Camas H.S. team from Washington state. Zach Lezanic’s 3 pt shooting helped keep Stoga in the game early on and they found themselves trailing 10-16 after one quarter. Scott Shapiro and Angus Mayock got going on offense in the 2nd, but a late 8-0 run by Camas had them up at the half 19-33. Stoga began their comeback in the third as Charlie Martin hit a couple of 3’s and Angus began controlling the paint scoring 8 of his Read more…


Varsity pulls away from Eastlake (WA) to take tourney opener 60-46

The Varsity squad opened the Surf-N-Slam holiday tourney out in San Diego against a team from Eastlake HS in Washington. The 2 teams played a tight 1st quarter with Stoga trailing by a point 9-10. Scott Shapiro and Angus Mayock played an inside/outside game during the first 2 periods as each netted 10 pts. to give Stoga the lead at half 29-21. The third qtr. saw a back and forth affair with Stoga holding onto a slim 6 pt. lead 40-34. Milton Robinson scored 6 of his 12 pts in the 4th qtr. as Stoga began to pull away from Eastlake. Read more…


JV rolls on with a 44-37 come from behind win over CB South

  The Conestoga JV team continued its reign of terror over the Central Bucks school district with a thrilling come from behind win over Central Bucks South. CB South came out shooting and started the first quarter on a 9-0 run. Scott Martin then dished to Wes Brace and Brooks Rush on consecutive possessions to cut into the lead, and CB South led, 18-11 after one. Truth Ingram got into the act in the second quarter with a couple of buckets and Conestoga held CB South to only three points in the period, cutting their lead to 22-20 at the Read more…


JV starts off the holidays right with a 53-41 win over CB West

The JV team improved to 4-2 a day after Christmas with a solid 53-41 team effort over Central Bucks West. Stoga got off to a good start in the first quarter as Scott Martin opened the quarter with a couple of baskets, and then Miles Scott got a steal and an assist to Wes Brace. Brooks Rush then fed Myles for two, and was on the receiving end of an assist from Connor Steele, and Stoga led, 15-8 after one. CB West came storming back at the start of the second quarter, and despite some nice rebounding and defensive play from Read more…


Varsity wins 5th in a row over Harriton 65-39

Conestoga varsity cruised to an easy 65-39 victory over a scrappy Harriton squad in their last home game of 2016. Strong defense and rebounding led to many easy baskets. It was a total team win as all members of the team made their way into the box score. Next up for the squad is 3 games out in San Diego, CA as Stoga will be participants in the prestigious Surf-n-Slam tourney.


Conestoga JV gets back on track versus Harriton, 43-36

The Conestoga JV won in a game of runs against Harriton. Although short-handed with only eight players dressed for the game, Stoga got off to a good start with contributions from multiple players and led 13-7 after one. Harriton’s defense stymied Conestoga in the second quarter, however, and the Pioneers could manage only two free throws and trailed 15-16 at the half. It was the Shane Scott and Scott Martin show in the third quarter, with Shane scoring 6 and Scott hitting for seven, allowing Stoga to not only regain the lead but create a sizeable 35-20 margin by the Read more…


Varsity rolls to 4th straight with thrilling OT victory over Lower Merion

Conestoga Men’s Varsity Team came out victorious in overtime at rival Lower Merion High School Tuesday night. The Pioneers (4-0) were led by the seemingly unstoppable Angus Mayock (having a career-high 36 points, 6 rebounds). Stoga and the Aces (3-3) swapped leads throughout the contest with no team leading by more than five points the entire game. Lower Merion’s high-pressure, full-court defense and athleticism was equally matched by Conestoga’s physical man-to-man help defense and clutch shooting. Peyton Jones was especially strong in the 4th quarter and Overtime at finally slowing down the Aces’ Terrell Jones (32 points). In the overtime, Stoga outscored Read more…


JV loses a nail biter at Lower Merion, 47-49

The Conestoga JV fell in a tough one to Lower Merion, 47-49. Stoga got off to a good start with inside baskets from Ronan Mayock and Thomas McGovern, but Lower Merion answered with a three and a steal and basket off the press and it was tied 9-9 after one. In the second quarter Brooks Rush and Evan Medley came off the bench and contributed with rebounding and scoring. Miles Scott also hit a three, but it was not quite enough as Conestoga trailed 19-20 at the half. It was Scott Martin’s turn in the third quarter, hitting a pair Read more…


Conestoga continues shutdown defensive ways in win over Ridley

www.cityofbasketballlove.com   12/16/2016, 10:45pm EST By: Anthony Dabbundo (@AnthonyDabbundo) — Entering this season, Conestoga knew the one thing that would determine its level of success. Defense. And through three games, head coach Mike Troy and the Pioneers have to be pleased. “As a team this year, we knew we were going to be led by our defense,” Troy said. “Tonight was about as good as you could ask for.” The Pioneers have started the 2016-2017 campaign allowing just 37.3 points per game, including their best performance yet in a dominant 48-25 win over Ridley. After back-to-back wins over Neshaminy and Radnor, this defense Read more…


Stoga JV loses tight contest with Ridley

The Conestoga JV fell in a hard fought game to Ridley, 51-47. The first quarter was competitive and evenly played by both sides. Stoga got strong inside play from Ronan Mayok and Thomas McGovern, and some sharp shooting by Scott Martin left them ahead, 14-12 after one. At the start of the second quarter, Conestoga came out strong, capitalizing on a rash of turnovers by Ridley. Ridley then went on a 6-0 run to tie it at 18. After some up and down play by each team, it was Ridley 23-22 at the half. The complexion of the game changed Read more…