Girls Basketball CCL Champions
schedule & results
Girls Hoops I M-Th, Jun 15-18,, 7th-9th, 8:00-12, $105 New Gym Lobby
Girls Hoops II M-Th, Jun 15-18, 3rd-6th, 8:30-11:30 $105 New Gym Lobby
|Tom Woodford, Head Coach||Tom_Woodford@hboe.org|
|2014-2015 Rosters||Eagles in the News|
Girls basketball team won 17 games, CCL title. The girls basketball team finished 17-8 overall and captured its seventh CCL title in eight years. Watterson went 5-2 in the CCL to finish one game ahead of both DeSales and Hartley (both 4-3). Ready (3-4) and Columbus School for Girls (0-3) rounded out the league standings. The Eagles swept DeSales, winning 33-31 on Jan. 15 and 47-30 on Feb. 12. The Stallions had ended Watterson's six-year CCL title streak last season.
The Eagles' 46-31 win at Hartley on Dec. 11, 2014 was coach Tom Woodford's 300th career victory. Woodford, who completed his 14th season at Watterson after coaching London for six seasons, has a career record of 314-137.
|OHSAA bracket|| March 3, District Tourney|
Olentangy Liberty 48-32
Toughness Award - Maria Fisher
Most Improved - Jordyn Brobst
Most Assists Award - Sydney Mayle
Sportsmanship Award - Juliana Bigler
Scholar Athlete - Maggie McCarthy
VARSITY - Row 1: Michaela Bigler, Jordyn Brobst, Julianna Bigler, Sydney Mayle, Claire Jenkins
Row 2: Asst. Coach Pam Hartford, Monica Buoni, Maria Fisher, Julie Warren, Maggie McCarthy,
Bryn McQuade, Erin O’Brien, Head Coach Tom Woodford Not pictured: Reilly Hagler
JV - Row 1: Alyssa King, Lainey Billing, Kara Rutkowski, Gabby Garrett, Kiera Mulcahy
Row 2: Asst. Coach Kelli Cantwell, Gianna Clegg, Torie Sullivan, Olivia Williams, Regina Severance, Lauren Sawyer, Priscilla Severance, Asst. Coach Bob Dunning
FRESHMAN - Row 1: Maura Pirrmann, Hope Santangelo, Elizabeth Van Paepeghem, Claire Beckman, Gretchen Glanzman
Row 2: Asst. Coach Thad Paskell, Halle Vozar, Anna Wenzinger, Brigid O’Brien, Annie Lucia,
Francesca Passen, Nina Buoni, Asst. Coach Michele Nikolai Not pictured: Olivia Rotolo
Row 1: Jordyn Brobst, Julianna Bigler, Sydney Mayle
Row 2: Maria Fisher, Bryn McQuade, Maggie McCarthy
Girls basketball CCL Champions: BWHS 47, St. Francis DeSales 30.
2013-2014 Final score of the district semifinal: UA 45-BWHS 31 ThisWeek News 2.28.14 Girls basketball team reaches district semifinal
ThisWeek News 2.18.14 Girls basketball team wins tourney opener
OHSAA Tournament Bracket click here.
Coach Woodford recorded his 200th career win on December 7, 2013
against Whetstone 61-40.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Row 1: Maggie McCarthy, Sydney Mayle, Juliana Bigler, Bryn McQuade, Maria Fisher
JV Girls Basketball
Row 1: Monica Buoni, Caroline Sugar, Michaela Bigler, Shannon Maloney, Lauren Hamlett, Erin O’Brien
Row 2: Asst. Coach Kelli Cantwell, Reilly Hagler, Kira Keaslov, Claire Jenkins, Julie Warren,
Asst. Coach Bob Dunning
Frosh Girls Basketball
Row 1: Priscilla Severance, Lauren Sawyer, Alyssa King, Olivia Williams, Regina Severance, Gabby Garrett, Gianna Clegg
Row 2: Asst. Coach Anna Frye, Jeanette Pfeiffer, Kenzie hughes, Kara Rutkowski, Katie Theado, Kiera Mulcahy, Asst. Coach Kevin Kent
Girls team steps up in Bevins' absence. ThisWeek News 1.29.14
Pam Hartford, Assistant Girls Basketball Coach, in the news. more
McKenzie Bevins, Kayla Cook & Alexis Mayle
Leadership Award, Kayla Cook
Best Offense, Alexis Mayle
Most Improved, McKenzie Bevins
Rebounding Award, Emma Nikolai
Sportsmanship Award, Alex Statczar
Scholar Athlete, Annie Gavin
All-Central District Teams
Girls Division I - Honorable mention: Kayla Cook
ThisWeeks News 2.27.13 All-Central District Teams
Girls Varsity Basketball - Beat Westland 48-32 in sectional play but lost to Coffman on Feb 20.
OHSAA 2013 Girls Basketball Bracket
ThisWeek News: 2.27.13 Girls basketball team falls in second round
The girls basketball team lost at fourth-seeded Dublin Coffman 68-35 in the second round of the Division I district tournament Feb. 20 to finish 13-11
Freshman Girls (18-3), CCL Champions and Gahanna Tournament Champions for the second year in a row! In tournament play the Eagles outscored their opponents 135 – 65 and defeated Lancaster 39-27 in the finals!
Bottom row left to right: Erin O’Brien, Monica Buoni, Olivia Pardi, Caroline Sugar, Anna Rabold, Lauren Hamlett Back Row left to right: Coach Frye, Reilly Hagler, Kira Keaslov, Shannon Maloney, Claire Jenkins, Michaela Bigler, Julie Warren, Coach Kent
Individual awards left to right:
Reilly Hagler all-tournament team
Clarie Jenkins tournament MVP
Julie Warren all-tournament team
ThisWeek News: Traffic delay can't slow girls in tourney
ThisWeek News: Girls basketball team earns share of CCL title
Kayla Cook has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Ohio Dominican University. more
Row 1: Alex Statczar, MaKenzie Bevins, Sydney Mayle, Maggie McCarthy, Emily Aman
Row 2: Head Coach Tom Woodford, Annie Gavin, Kayla Cook, Emma Nikolai, Dominique Garrett, Asst. Coach Pam Hartford
Row 3: Alexis Mayle, Amber Preston, Rachel Limes
1.26.13 The Dispatch honors a top performer in each sport in season:
Kayla Cook - GIRLS BASKETBALL
Cook, a senior who has signed with Ohio Dominican, helped the Eagles remain in first place in the Central Catholic League with a 49-41 victory over Hartley. She scored 16 points on 5-of-10 shooting, including four three-pointers, and had four rebounds. In a 51-37 victory over Chillicothe, Cook had 17 points and five rebounds.
2011-2012 Co-CCL Champions
The Varsity Girls Basketball team (18-5, 6-2) concluded their regular season as Co-CCL Champions. This is the fifth year in a row that the girls have won the CCL championship. Reynoldsburg HS defeated the Eagles on March 1 in the District semifinals. Reynoldsburg is currently ranked #1 in the state.
Row 1: Ellie Ganz, Judy Sauter, Ashley Andracki, Regina Smith, Alex Statczar, Emily Aman
Row 2: Asst. Coach Pam Hartford, MaKenzie Bevins, Celeste Cantwell, Alexis Mayle, Kayla Cook, Emma Nikolai, Annie Gavin, Head Coach Tom Woodford
SNP News - Reynoldsburg just too much for Watterson girls
Watterson 33 Reynoldsburg 66
Click here for the OHSAA D1 Columbus 2 Girls Basketball Tournament Brackets.
Watterson 51, Hilliard Darby 33
Ashley Andracki and Kayla Cook scored 14 points each and ninth-seeded Watterson (18-4) beat Hilliard Darby (8-14) in D-I play at Olentangy Orange.
Watterson kickstarted the D-I sectional tournament with a first-round drubbing of Grove City, beating the Greyhounds 69-34 Feb. 14 at Olentangy Orange.
The Eagles (17-4) led 33-16 at halftime.Alexis Mayle led scoring with 15 points. Ashley Andracki sank two treys on her way to totaling 12 and Celeste Cantwell scored 10. The ladies head to the next round and a match with Hilliard Darby (8-13) Wednesday, Feb. 22, at Olentangy Orange at 7:45 p.m.
SNP News - Slow start dooms Watterson in league loss to DeSales 2/6/12
The Junior Varsity Basketball team finished their season with a record of 16-3 and Co-CCL Champions.
The Freshman Basketball team completed their season with a record of 19-1 and CCL Champions. They were the Gahanna HS 9th grade tournament champions. Bryn McQuade was voted most valuable player of the tournament. Two students were chosen by the coaches of the various teams as the all tournament team members: Maria Fisher and Maggie McCarthy.
2012 Co-CCL Champions
2010 and 2009 CCL Champions
2009 D-I District Runner-Up
The lady Eagles won the league for the fifth year in a row and out of the last nine years have been to the district finals three times and won the district in 2004. They also made it to the district semifinals six of the last nine years as well.
Varsity, JV, and Freshman teams are fielded.
The girls basketball team recently participated in a basketball camp at the University of Notre Dame.Thirty-one students and four coaches spent three days on campus playing basketball, touring campus, and participating in campus activities. During the Saturday evening mass the girls attended, lead by Father Pete McCormick, the team participated by reading the scriptures and taking up the gifts during the Offertory. The trip was the culmination of a month of playing basketball in the summer that provided an opportunity for continued athletic development, team building, and spiritual growth.
By Coach Tom Woodford
The girls basketball team pictured in front of the University of Notre Dame library, often referred to as "Touchdown Jesus"
|Tom Woodford, Head Coach||Tom_Woodford@hboe.org|
|Pam Hartford, Varsity Assistant Coachemail@example.com|
|Bob Dunning, JV Head Coachfirstname.lastname@example.org |
|Kelli Cantwell, JV Assistant Coach |
|Kevin Kent, Head Freshman Coach|
|Anna Fry, Assistant Freshman Coach|
All CCL: Ashley Andracki, Kayla Cook, Regina Smith
Best Defense: Regina Smith
Best Offense: Ashley Andracki
Most Improved: Emma Nikolai
Scholar Athlete:Celeste Cantwell
October - March
Varsity and JV have a three day tryout.
Freshmen have a four day tryout.
Practice every day except Sunday sometime between 3:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Games and practice will be held during Christmas break. Arrive for tryouts in good physical condition. Physical exam prior to season is required.