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BY JEFF FALK

Serve God, treat others fairly, work hard and do the right things, and the rest will take care of itself. If you strive to live your life right, goals become blessings.

Patti Hower didn’t pursue wins or championships or accolades. They pursued her.

Patti Hower is not a legend, she’s a person. An ordinary human being, who had extraordinary things happen in her life. So why her? And not you or me?

Because she always stayed true to herself, her beliefs and Lebanon Catholic School.

“When people call me a ‘legend’, it does kind of make me chuckle,” said Hower. “I think people associate ‘legend’ with the length of time I’ve been doing it. I can walk away knowing I gave it my all. Some of these people who have played for me now have kids who I’m coaching, and sometimes they think I’m a legend because I’ve been there so long.

“I’m just me, no matter what,” continued Hower. “I’m me at school. I’m me at home. I don’t know if there’s a drastic difference from the public person and the private person. I am who I am, whether it’s coaching or at home.”

No one should have a career ended the way Hower had her’s ended – much less a legend’s. Hower’s 42-year career as the head girls’ basketball coach at Lebanon Catholic was cut short when her school was abruptly closed.

On Tuesday, April 28, Hower learned that Lebanon Catholic was being closed by the diocese of Harrisburg due to finanical and enrollment concerns. In addition to her role as the Beavers’ head basketball coach, Hower was also a teacher on Assumption Hill for 46 years, as well as an LC alum.

“It was a total surprise,” said Hower, 68. “We were blind-sided by it. You feel numb. As you kind of process it, I reached out to my players and we talked. That’s my life. That’s my family. We all attended Lebanon Catholic.

“It just happened in a cold and insensitive way,” added Hower. “We left March 13th (closed because of the Coronavirus) and we got the news we were never going to return. I’m still in shock from it, but we’re moving in a direction that we hope will save our school. I haven’t totally put it out of my mind. We’re hoping and praying.”

Hower, with Blue and White coursing through her veins, reitereated that she would not consider coaching anywhere else. Once a Beaver, always a Beaver.

“No, my heart has always been with Lebanon Catholic,” said Hower. “At this point of my career, I wouldn’t go anywhere else. Me moving on isn’t an option. I’ll be retiring from coaching and teaching.

“I really enjoyed working with our players,” Hower continued. “All of our players were great to work with. You enjoy watching them listen and watching them improve. They were just great kids to be around. I always felt they respected me, and then you want to continue doing it. It made me feel good.”

And perhaps just a little bit, being around high school players kept Hower feeling young.

Hower had been passively thinking about what retirement might look like the past couple of seasons. But she always had a difficult time envisioning exactly what it would entail or exactly what she would do.

“I knew it was sometime in the near future,” said Hower. “But it wasn’t going to be the end of this year. I didn’t have time to get mentally prepared. I still loved going to school and practice. It was a year-to-year thing.

“That’s (what retirement might look like) always been part of my thoughts,” Hower added. “We’ve always been so active for so many years. I’ll just have to keep myself busy. I’m still healthy and I still feel I can do a good job. I’ve been at home for almost two months (due to the coronavirus), and I didn’t realize how much time I put into basketball. You don’t miss all that down-time.”

In many ways, Hower’s final season as a head coach was very indicative of her career.

No, the 12-14 Beavers didn’t come close to winning a state championship or even a district championship. But Lebanon Catholic showed marked improvement as a team from Day One – a trait Hower cherishes as much, or more, than a banner.

“I felt we were improving,” said Hower. “I’m looking at it over the span of a two-year period. They (her players) were really buying into what we were doing. I felt that, as a team, we were heading in the right direction. I looked at it like we were getting better.

“It was rewarding because we were going in the right direction,” continued Hower. “The kids’ attitudes were great. What we were doing this year was building for next year.”

Hower the coach was a fiery competitor, a stickler for fundamentals and details, and a propent of team work. Hower the person is moral, humble and family-oriented. She also possessed a great ability to blur the lines between the two.

It probably should be mentioned somehwere in here that Hower, with unwavering right-hand man Mike Mohl at her side, won more games – career record of 756-396 – than any coach in the history of Lebanon County scholastic sports, her teams won more championships- 20 -than any team in the history of the District Three basketball playoffs and that few local coaches have won more state championships – 1991-92, 1994-95, 2016-17. There’s that darn ‘legend’ word again.

“Lebanon Catholic means everything to me,” said Hower. “(Husband) Lonnie has a piece of my heart, but my family and Lebanon Catholic has the rest of it. Lebanon Catholic is my family. I coached my daughter (Becky) and my grand-daughters are there. Lebanon Catholic has almost 100 percent of my heart.

“I would hope so (that the girls’ basketball program helped promote the school over the years),” added Hower. “I would hope that Lebanon Catholic got nothing but positive publicity out of the girls’ basketball program. Sometimes when people think of Lebanon Catholic, they think of the girls’ basketball program.”

Like any local scholastic basketball program, the Beavers under Hower experienced just as many lean years as they did banner seasons. Through those experiences, Hower became adept at accentuating the positives and treating the challenges as learning experiences.

“As far as highlights go, my years coaching Becky were up there,” said Hower. “The state championships are up there. The 20 district championships were special. Even the year we had only six players was special. They’re all important. They’re all good.

“We’re not only coaching them (her players) in basketball, we’re coaching them in life,” Hower added. “We pray. I hope they get more out of it than just basketball skills. I hope they were better people when they left our program. Things like sportsmanship and time management, I hope will make them better people. One of the things that made me stay in coaching was the people our (former) players have become.”

Initially a JV coach in the early 1970s, Hower took over for Peg Ross as Lebanon Catholic’s head coach in 1978. Although she witnessed a great many changes in the sport of girls’ basketball during her time, Hower also helped institute some herself.

“Girls’ basketball has changed over the years,” said Hower. “Back then, we played at four o’clock. Then it evolved into the equality thing. I’ve really seen girls’ basketball progress. The level of play has evolved tremendously. It (the beginning) seems like a long, long time ago. I’ve witnessed the changes that came along.

“I don’t think I could’ve ever processed that (a 42-year-career, at that time), when you’re 24-25-26” Hower continued. “It is a long time. But it doesn’t seem that long ago. Each year is a special group. And all of a sudden, it’s 42 years.”

But for as much as Hower has influenced Lebanon County girls’ basketball, it has also influenced her.

“I just wish we were doing this article under different circumstances,” said Hower. “Retiring should be a happy occasion, not a sad one. I’m just thankful for all the years I had. I’m thankful for all the players I had. It made for a great life.”

From a personal standpoint, this reporter has been covering Hower-coached Lebanon Catholic teams for the better part of 30 years. I have always tried to maintain a business-like rapport with all county coaches, across every sport.

But over those years, I have developed a personal relationship with Hower, one based on honesty, fairness and mutual respect. I am proud to call Patti Hower a friend – not the coach, but the person.

“I’ve always appreciated your coverage,” said Hower. “Just the way you wrote your articles, and I can have a great conversation with you because of that. We’ve developed a trust for each other.

“As a coach, I always tried to be honest,” added Hower. “I would have never said, ‘Oh, I’m not going to talk to that guy’. You’re doing your job. That’s the way it is.”

And she always had the last word.

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Lebanon Catholic Girls’ Basketball History

                                                                                                                             revised 4/2020

YEAR               WON         LOST

1978-1979                   13                    6                      Lost 2nd round Districts  (Fleetwood)

1979-1980                   17                  10                      District Class A Champions  (Brandywine)

                                                                                    Lost 2nd round States  (Pine Grove)

1980-1981                   27                    4                      Lanc.-Leb. Section 1 Champions

                                                                                    Lanc.-Leb. League Champions (Donegal)

                                                                                    District 2nd Place  (Camp Hill)

                                                                                    Lost State Eastern Semi-Finals (Wyomissing)

1981-1982                   19                    9                      Lanc.Leb. Section 3 Champions

                                                                                    District 3rd Place  (Camp Hill)

                                                                                    Lost 1st round States  (Archbishop Kennedy)

1982-1983                   13                  13                      Lost 2nd round Districts  (Trinity)

1983-1984                   18                  13                      Lost 2nd round Districts  (Biglerville)

1984-1985                   24                    7                      Lanc.-Leb. Section 3 Champions  (14-0)

                                                                                    Lanc. Leb. League Runnerup (Manheim Twp)

                                                                                    District 3rd Place  (Camp Hill)

                                                                                    Lost State Eastern Semi-Finals (Benton)

1985-1986                   11                  15                      District 4th Place  (Columbia)

                                                                                    Lost 1st round States  (Elkland)

1986-1987                   14                  12                      Tied for Section 3 Championship  (lost in playoff) (Annville)

                                                                                    Lost 1st round Districts  (Mt. Penn)

1987-1988                   14                  11                      Lost 1st round Districts  (Mt. Penn)

1988-1989                   20                  10                      District Class A Champions  (Greenwood)

                                                                                    Lost State Eastern Semi-Final  (Mahoney)

1989-1990                   13                  12                      Lost 1st round Districts  (East Juniata)

1990-1991                   22                    7                      Tied for  1st Place Section 3  (lost in playoff) (Lanc.Mennonite)

                                                                                    District 2nd Place (Millersburg)

                                                                                    Lost 2nd round States  (Bristol)

                                                                                                                                                revised 4/2020

1991-1992                   26                    4                      Lanc.-Leb. Section 3 Champions  (13-1)

                                                                                    Lost in League Semi-Finals  (Lancaster Catholic)

                                                                                    District Class A Champion  (Millersburg)

                                                                                    PIAA Class A State Champion  (Clarion)

1992-1993                   25                    2                      Lanc.-Leb. Section Champions  (14-0)

                                                                                    Undefeated Regular Season (21-0)

                                                                                    Lost in League Semi-Finals  (Lancaster Catholic)

                                                                                    District Class A Champions   (Greenwood)

                                                                                    Lost in 2nd round States (Forest City)

1993-1994                   26                    3                      Lanc.-Leb. Section 3 Champions  (14-0)

                                                                                    Lost in League Semi-Finals  (Lancaster Catholic)

                                                                                    District Class A Champions  (Mt. Calvary)

                                                                                    Lost in Eastern Final (Lourdes)

1994-1995                   28                    2                      Lanc.-Leb. Section 3 Champions  (13-1)

                                                                                    Lost in League Semi-Finals  (Columbia)

                                                                                    District Class A Champions  (Greenwood)

                                                                                    PIAA Class A State Champions  (Williamsburg)

1995-1996                   20                    7                      Lanc.-Leb. Section 3rd place  (10-4)

                                                                                    District Class A Champions  (Lancaster Christian)

                                                                                    Lost in State Eastern Semi-Finals (Mahoney City)

1996-1997                   10                  14                      Lost in first round of Districts  (Holy Name)

1997-1998                   14                  14                      District Class A 2nd Place  (Holy Name)

                                                                                    Lost in first round of States (Nativity)

1998-1999                   23                    5                     Lanc.-Leb. Section 3 2nd Place (11 -3)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion  (Lancaster Country Day)

                                                                                    Lost in second round of States (Marian)

1999-2000                   27                    6                     Lanc.-Leb Section 3 2nd Place (12-2)

                                                                                    Lanc.-Leb. League Runnerup  (Lancaster Catholic)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion  (Greenwood)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament Eastern Final (Nativity)

2000-2001                   19                    11                    Lanc.-Leb Section 3 3rd Place (10-4)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion  (Greenwood)

                                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament Eastern Semi-Final (Lourdes)

2001-2002                   23                       8                   Lanc-Leb Section 3 2nd Place (12 – 2)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion  (Greenwood)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament Eastern Semi-Final (Marian)

                                                                                                                                                Revised 4/2020

YEAR                  WON                   LOST

2002 – 2003                 23                       7                   Lanc-Leb Section 3  3rd Place (10 – 4)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion (Greenwood)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament Eastern Final (Marian OT)

2003 – 2004                 25                       5                   Lanc-Leb Section 3 2nd Place (12 – 2)

                                                                                    Lanc-Leb Playoffs 1 – 1  (Cedar Crest)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion  (Antietam)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament 2nd Round (Marian)

2004 – 2005                16                      9                    Lanc.-Leb Section 4 2nd Place (12 – 4)

                                                                                    Lanc.-Leb League Playoffs  0 – 1  (Hempfield)

                                                                                    Lost in first round Districts (Reading Central)

2005 – 2006                  6                    19                    Lanc.-Leb. Section 4 3rd Place (5 – 11)

                                                                                    Lost in second round of Districts  1 – 1 (Living Word)

2006 – 2007                15                    15                    Lanc.-Leb Section 4 2nd Place (10 – 6)

                                                                                    Lanc.-Leb Playoffs  0 – 1  (Cedar Crest)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion  (Lancaster Country Day)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament 2nd Round (Marian)

2007 – 2008                15                    14                    Lanc.-Leb Section 4 3rd Place (9- 7)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A 2nd Place (Reading Central)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament 2nd Round (Bishop Guilfoyle)

2008 – 2009                17                    9                      Lanc.-Leb Section 4 3rd Place (10 – 6)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion  (Greenwood)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament 1st Round (Bishop Carroll)

2009 – 2010                16                    7                      Lanc.-Leb Section 4 3rd Place (11 – 5)

                                                                                    Lost in Second Round of Districts  (Camp Hill)

2010 – 2011                13                    11                    Lanc.-Leb Section 4 3rd Place (9-7)

                                                                                    Lost in Second Round of Districts (Reading Central)

2011 – 2012                20                      7                    Lanc.-Leb Section 4 3rd Place (11-5)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion (Steel High)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament 2nd Round (Old Forge)                 

2012 – 2013                12                    11                    Lanc-Leb Section 4 4th Place  (7-9)

                                                                                    Lost in First Round of Districts  (Halifax)    

2013 – 2014                  4                    18                    Lanc-Leb Section 4  6th Place (1-15)

                                                                                    Did not Qualify for Districts             

2014 – 2015                17                    10                    Lanc-Leb Section 4 2nd Place   (9-7)

                                                                                    District 3 Class A Champion  (Halifax)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament 1st Round (Lourdes)

2015 – 2016                 22                    7                      Lebanon Christmas Tournament First Place

                                                                                    Lanc-Leb Section 4 2nd Place (11-5)

                                                                                                League Playoffs  1 -1

                                                                                    Districr 3 Class A Champion (Halifax)

                                                                                    Lost in State Tournament 3rd Round (Lourdes)

2016 – 2017                 25                    7                      Lebanon Catholic Christmas Tournament 2nd  Place

                                                                                    Lanc-Leb Section 3 3rd Place (11-3)

                                                                                    League Playoffs  1 -1 (beat Cocalico, lost Cedar Crest)

                                                                                    Districr 3 Class A Champion (Halifax)

                                                                                    PIAA Class A State Champion (Juniata Valley)

2017 – 2018                 25                    7                      Lebanon Catholic Christmas Tournament 1st   Place

                                                                                    Lanc-Leb Section 4 2nd  Place (11-3)

                                                                                    League Playoffs  2 -1

(beat Manheim Twp, Lampeter-Strasburg)

                                                                                    Lancaster-Lebanon Championship lost to Lancaster Catholic

                                                                                    Districr 3 Class A Champion (Linden Hall)

                                                                                    PIAA State Tournament Eastern Final lost to Jenkintown

2018 – 2019                7                      16                    Lebanon Catholic Christmas Tournament 2nd    Place

                                                                                    Lanc-Leb Section 5 6th   Place (0 -10)

                                                                                    Lost First Round Districts (New Covenant)

2019 2020                   12                    14                    Lebanon Catholic Christmas Tournament 2nd    Place

                                                                                    Lanc-Leb Section 5 3rd  Place (3 – 7)

                                                                                    Lost District Semi-Final (Lancaster Country Day)

                                                                                    Lost First Round State Tournament (Bishop Carroll)

42 YEARS           756             396             . 656                              revised  4/2020

                    DISTRICT PLAYOFF RECORD            STATE PLAYOFF RECORD                  revised 4/2020

YEAR              WON          LOST                                      WON          LOST

1978-1979                   1                      1                                                          did not participate

1979-1980                   4                      0                                                          1                      1

1980-1981                   2                      1                                                          2                      1

1981-1982                   2                      1                                                          0                      1

1982-1983                   1                      1                                                          did not participate

1983-1984                   1                      1                                                          did not participate

1984-1985                   3                      1                                                          2                      1

1985-1986                   1                      2                                                          0                      1

1986-1987                   0                      1                                                          did not participate

1987-1988                   0                      1                                                          did not participate

1988-1989                   2                      0                                                          2                      1

1989-1990                   0                      1                                                          did not participate

1990-1991                   2                      1                                                          1                      1

1991-1992                   2                      0                                                          5                      0  STATE CHAMPIONS

1992-1993                   2                      0                                                          1                      1

1993-1994                   2                      0                                                          3                      1 EASTERN FINALS

1994-1995                   2                      0                                                          5                      0  STATE CHAMPIONS

1995-1996                   2                      0                                                          2                      1

1996-1997                   0                      1                                                          did not participate

1997-1998                   3                      1                                                          0                      1

1998-1999                   3                      0                                                          1                      1

1999-2000                   3                      0                                                          3                      1  EASTERN FINAL

                   DISTRICT PLAYOFF RECORD            STATE PLAYOFF RECORD

YEAR              WON          LOST                                      WON          LOST

2000-2001                   3                      0                                                          2                      1

2001-2002                   3                      0                                                          2                      1

2002-2003                   3                      0                                                          3                      1  EASTERN FINALS

2003-2004                   3                      0                                                          1                      1

2004 – 2005                0                      1                                                          did not participate

2005 – 2006                1                      1                                                          did not participate

2006 – 2007                4                      0                                                          1                      1

2007 – 2008                2                      1                                                          1                      1

2008 – 2009                3                      0                                                          0                      1

2009 – 2010                1                      1                                                          did not participate

2010 – 2011                1                      1                                                          did not participate

2011 – 2012                3                      0                                                            1                    1

2012 – 2013                0                      1                                                          did not participate

2013 – 2014                did not participate                                                       did not participate

2014 – 2015                3                      0                                                          0                      1

2015 – 2016                3                      0                                                          2                      1

2016 – 2017                3                      0                                                          5                      0  STATE CHAMPIONS

2017 – 2018                3                      0                                                          3                      1  EASTERN FINALS

2018 – 2019                0                      1                                                          did not participate

2019 – 2020                1                      2                                                          0                      1

41 years               78               23                         28 years      49               25

                                                                                                          revised 4/2020

Lancaster-Lebanon League Section Three Championships  —      7

                1980-1981  (Section 1), 1981-1982,  1984-1985,  1991-1992,  1992-1993, 1993-1994,  1994-1995

Lancaster-Lebanon League Championships  —          1

                1980-1981

PIAA District 3 Class A Championships  —       20

                1979-1980, 1988-1989,  1991-1992,  1992-1993,  1993-1994,  1994-1995,  1995-1996, 1998-1999

            1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2006 – 2007, 2008 – 2009, 2011-2012,

            2014 – 2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018

PIAA Class A State Championships  —    3

                1991-1992, 1994-1995, 2016-2017

Fartherest Advancement in PIAA State Tournament  —

                Eastern Semi-Finals    (1980-1981, 1984-1985, 1988-1989, 1995-1996, 2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2015-2016)

            Eastern Finals              (1993-1994, 1999-2000, 2002-2003, 2017-2018)

            State Champion          (1991-1992, 1994-1995, 2016-2017)                                                 

revised 4/2020

LEBANON CATHOLIC CAREER SCORING LEADERS

PLAYER                       YR.GRAD.                   POINTS

1.  Becky Hower                     2001                            2445

 2.  Alexis Hill                         2018                            1784

 3.  Catherine Andrews           2004                            1670

 4.  Abby Minder                    1995                            1587

 5.  Hailey Carangelo              2010                            1546

 6.  Lauren Boyer                    2005                            1544

 7.  Joni Brown                        1991                            1417

 8.  Jaime Podjed                     2000                            1346

 9.  Sarah Wade                       1995                            1248

10. Allison Warren                  2016                            1227

11. Neesha Pierre                    2018                            1203

12.  Ann-Marie Fick                1985                            1147

13.  Lauren Fortna                  2003                            1065

14  Jenna Uhrich                     2000                            1062

15.  Stevie Fortna                    2012                            1044

16.  Sam Carangelo                 2008                            1002

17.  Celine Mars                      2018                              965

18.  Shannon Brandt               1989                              953

19.  Iris Heilman                     1992                              946

20. AmyJo Rushanan              1992                              946

21. Taylor Bossert                   2018                              918

22. Maggie McDonnell           1982                              897

23. Alicia Barlet                      1981                              880

24. Shirlene Hains                   1989                              868  

25.  Emily Minder                   1992                              865

26.  Marie Schlegel                 1996                              847

27.  Vickie Fick                       1988                              841

28.  Tina Litz                           1994                              816

29.  Ashley Bozzo                   2001                              809

30.  Myra Kline                       1982                              787

31   Jasmine Turner                 2018                              783

32.  MaryAnn Nugent             1985                              774

33.  Abby Shay                       2013                              736

34.  Helene Reist                     2014                              705

35.  Rose Mohl                        1981                              699

36.  Kate Pastal                       2012                              687

37.  Steph Batz                       1995                              681

38.  Heather Toomey              1988                              671

39.  Leslie Brandt                   1998                              647

40.  Anna Wengert                  2008                              645

41.  Angie Savant                   1990                              630

42.  Katie Parise                      1996                              549

43.  Rachel Kleinfelter            2011                              538

44.  Lindsey Fortna                 2001                              521

45.  Kelsey Boehmer               2009                              508                            Revised 4/2020

LEBANON CATHOLIC GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHOOL RECORDS

SINGLE GAME RECORDS

Most points scored in a game by L.C.            —          106  vs. Pequea Valley  (2000-2001)

Most points scored in a game by Opp.           —          94  Allentown Central Catholic  (1990-1991)

Fewest points scored in a game by L.C.         —          9  vs.  Columbia  (1985-1986)

Fewest points scored in a game by Opp.        —          11  Pequea Valley  (1982-1983)

Most points in a game                                     —          Becky Hower 45 vs Donegal (2000-2001)

Most foul shots made in a game                     —          Joni Brown  15 for 20  vs. McDevitt  (1990-1991)

                                                                                    Lauren Boyer 15 for 19 vs. Lancaster Catholic (2004- 2005)

Most offensive rebounds in a game                —          Myra Kline  14  (1980-1981)

Most defensive rebounds in a game               —          Lisa Simpson  19  (1985-1986)

Most total rebounds in a game                        —          Hailey Carangelo  22  (2007 – 2010)

Most assists in a game                                     —          Marie Schlegel  15  vs. Columbia  (1994-1995)

Most steals in a game                                      —          Becky Hower 15  vs. Lancaster Christian  (1998-1999)

                                                                                    Alexis Hill 15   vs Trinity  (2016-2017)

Most 3 point shots made in a game                —          Becky Hower   7  (1999-2000)

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS

Offensive Rebounds               —          Myra Kline                  191                  (1980-1981)

Defensive Rebounds               —          Alicia Barlet                240                  (1980-1981)

                                                            Alexis Hill                   240                  (2016-2017)

Total Rebounds                       —          Myra Kline                  402                  (1980-1981)

Steals                                       —          Becky Hower              153                  (1998-1999)

                                                            Alexis Hill                   173                  (2017-2018)

Assists                                     —          Marie Schlegel            221                  (1994-1995)

Field Goals Made                   —          Joni Brown                  292                  (1990-1991)

Free Throws Made                  —          Joni Brown                  125                  (1990-1991)

Total Points                             —          Becky Hower              731                  (1999-2000)

Average                                   —          Joni Brown                  24.6ppg.          (1990-1991)

Free Throw %                         —          Sam Carangelo            89%                 (2005-2006)

Field Goal %                           —          Meghan Orr                 57%                 (2007-2008)

3 Point Shots Made                —          Becky Hower              82                    (2000-2001)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                Revised 4/2020

CAREER RECORDS

Offensive Rebounds               —          Myra Kline                  362

Defensive Rebounds               —          Becky Hower              709

Total Rebounds                       —          Becky Hower              1017

Steals                                       —          Becky Hower              519

Assists                                     —          Marie Schlegel            766

Field Goals Made                   —          Becky Hower              712

Free Throws Made                  —          Abby Minder              343

                                                            Becky Hower              343

                                                            Alexis Hill                   374

Total Points                             —          Becky Hower              2445

Free Throw %                         —          Sam Carangelo            77%

Field Goal %                           —          Sarah Wade                 50%

                                                            Becky Hower              50%

Average                                   —          Becky Hower              20.6

3 Point Shots Made                —          Becky Hower              226

TEAM RECORD SEASON TOTALS

L.C. highest average points per game             —          66.2     (2000-2001)

Opp. highest average points per game            —          58.0     (2005-2006)

L.C.  lowest average points per game             —          34.3     (2018-2019)

Opp. lowest average points per game             —          37.5     (2009-2010)

Offensive Rebounds                                       —          603      (1980-1981)

Defensive Rebounds                                       —          825      (1980-1981)

Total Rebounds                                               —          1428    (1980-1981)

Steals                                                               —          584      (2001-2002)

Assists                                                             —          596      (1980-1981)

Field Goals Made                                           —          780      (1980-1981)

Free Throws Made                                          —          384      (2001-2002)

Total Points                                                     —          2101    (1999-2000)

3 Point Shots Made                                        —          134      (2017-2018)

Free Throw %                                                 —          69%     (1993-1994)

Field Goal %                                                   —          46%     (1990-1991) (2000-2001)

Consecutive Lanc.-Leb. League Section 3 Wins  —  44  1/20/92 to 1/27/95

Consecutive Home Wins        —          46        12/27/90 to 12/7/95    

Longest Winning Streak         —          29        2/20/92 to 2/25/93

Most Wins in a Season            —          28-2     (l994-1995)

Fewest Wins in a Season        —          3          (1975-1976)

Most Losses in a Season         —          18        (2013-2014)

Fewest Losses in a Season      —          2          (1992-1993, 1994-1995)

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