Here's a brief look at York Catholic's opponent in Friday's PIAA Class AA championship game. Check out Friday's York Daily Record for plenty more coverage.
SETON-LA SALLE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Record: 29-0 (Complete results)
How they got here:
Beat three-time defending state champion Villa Maria, 56-50, in a PIAA semifinal on Tuesday. Won a WPIAL championship for the second straight season.Starters: No. 5 Emily Wahl, 5-5 Sr., G; No. 12 Cassidy Walsh, 5-7, Fr., G; No. 20 Naje Gibson, 6-0, So., G/F, (16 ppg); No. 22 Angela Heintz, 5-10, Jr., G, (14 ppg); No. 23 Natalie Piaggesi, 6-2, Jr., C (12 ppg).
Quick facts- Seton-La Salle has averaged 71.2 points in its 29 wins, while giving up just 39.1 points. That equates to an average winning margin on 32.1 points.
- The Rebels have won one previous PIAA championship, that coming in 1984.
- Seton-La Salle become the 13th girls team in WPIAL history to win a league championship with an undefeated record. The program has won five WPIAL championships overall, including the last two.
- Leading scorer Naje Gibson is the great-granddaughter of former Negro League baseball legend Josh Gibson, who hit 69 home runs in a season once.
- Seton-La Salle lost to Villa Maria in the state playoffs each of the least two seasons, before beating the Victors on Tuesday.