After graduating a core group of seniors, the tradition-laden Cedar Crest girls’ basketball program has been left with a clean and blank slate. It is up to the new Falcons to create the picture that best depicts them.
Reese Glover has been charged with the role of lead artistic consultant.
This week, Glover continued to push the Falcons forward, as Cedar Crest split a pair of Lancaster-Lebanon Section One contests.
On Friday at ‘The Cage’, Glover paced Cedar Crest to a 48-42 triumph over visiting Penn Manor. The junior guard poured in 21 points, which included a pair of three-point field goals and nine-for-16 free throwing.
Earlier in the week at Hempfield, Glover had notched eight points in Cedar Crest’s 47-46 loss to the Black Knights.
For the season, Glover leads the Falcons in scoring at about 14 points per outing, three-pointers and foul shots. She is also a huge contributer for Cedar Crest in the disciplines of ballhandling, rebounding and leadership.
The Falcons’ 1-1 week kept them in the thick of the Section One race and in the hunt for a District Three Class AAAAAA playoff spots.