Prystal Scouting Service
 Spring 2009, Middletown, PA
Penn State Harrisburg Campus
basketball shootout: next shootout found HERE

Tom Prystal
P. O Box  843
Auburn, NY   13021

Past shootout results  found HERE

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oys  Results

The top twenty-five:

Brian Scholly, State College
Kevin Ryan - Brookfield , (CT)
Taj Turner - Susquehanna Twp.
Lee Eckert, Hempfield
Matthew Seifert - Exeter
Kysheem Lynch - Jim Thorpe
Malik West, LaSalle College H.S.
Don Coleman, Herkimer (NY)
Vladimir Vukovich - Crisfield Academy, (MD)
Ethan Strayer - Hempfield
Matthew Maloney, Blue Mountain
Tyrone McFadden - Lampeter Strasburg
Breland Roach - Harrisburg
Stephen Zack - Red Land
Taylor McDuffie - Hempfield
Kevin Onyeaka - CD East
Brian Parker - Chichester
Nathan Bollinger - Spring Grove
Donald Dawson - Frederick, (MD)
Joshua Brown- Allentown Allen
Ryan Corrigan - Bishop McDevitt
Troy Hockaday - LaSalle College
Four McGlynn - Dallastown
Thomas McInerney - York Suburban
Dylan Edgar - Mechanicsburg
Anthony D'Imperio - Warwick
Erik Siegfried - Glenelg (MD)
Ryan Hill, Steelton


s  Results

The dynamic dozen:

Chante Markus - Lower Dauphin
Towni Ruby - Spring Grove
Charlene Hook - Columbia Montour
Hailie Cintron - Allentown Dieruff
Jenna Parson - Shippensburg
Jen Nevius - Francis Scott Key, MD
Leah Wilhelm - Northern Lebanon
Chelsey Hropovich - Laurel Valley
Kim Andruscavage - Mt. Carmel Area
Justine Hook - Columbia Montour
Vicki Zucker, Clarkstown North (NY)
Aylssa Marchunsky, Perkasie

Scouting Capsules
Tyree Winfield,
A.I. Dupont (DE) (2011) led his team in blocked shots in both his freshman and his sophmore years.  When not playing basketball, he likes to visit Pat's Pizza in Wilmington and root for his favorite college team, the University of Texas.


Scouting Capsules
Matthew Soccio,
Cato-Meridian (NY) (2011) "Where there is a will there is away!"  This versatile swing man rode the bus 4 and a half hours Saturday to get to Harrisburg for the Shootout and then rode the bus 4 and a half hours on Sunday after the event to get home.  His determination and fortitude alone make him an outstanding young man and a good prospect!

The boy's Pennsylvania Honorable Mention:


Shaquille Craddock - Carson Long
Eric Sarra - Exeter
David Vining - OJR
Spencer Bennett - Tamaqua
Larry Kerns - Faith Christian
Derek Boone - Shippensburg
Derek Rosenberry - Newport
David Vining - OJR
Reilly Gavitt - Sullivan County
Louis Cipriano - Holy Cross
Leron Tooles - Coatesville
Gerald Raymond - Philadelphia
Zac Hoy - Mifflinburg
Monte Cannon- Crisfield Acad., MD
Josh Robeson - Manheim Central
Matt Dunn - Mechanicsburg
Dylan Edgar - Mechanicsburg
Gerard Anthony - North Schuylkill
Michael Diminick - Trinity
Trevor Pugh - Middletown
Nick Keefer - Abington Friends
Ryan Warner - Boiling Springs
Joseph Myers - Archbishop Carroll
Kevin Donahue - York Suburban
Anthony Germani - Allentown Cent. Cath.
Cale Correll - Mansfield
Cory Ebersole - Dallastown
Jordan Dietz - Manheim Central
Devaughn Lee - Manheim Central
Zachary Pletz - ELCO
Gerald Raymond - Philadelphia
Tyler George - ELCO
Logan Stano - Panther Valley
Benjamin Savidge - Exeter
Taylor Groff - Lampeter Strasburg
Gary Laucks - York Catholic
Nicholas Salmon - Exeter




The girl's Pennsylvania
 Honorable Mention:

Lindsey Alexander,  Lower Moreland
Morgan Craft, Sullivan County
Brianne Benton - Owen J. Roberts
Alonna Williams, Middletown

Justine  Hook, Columbia-Montour
Elizabeth Houser, Northern Lebanon
Kelsey Ryan, Nashimany
Morgan Smith, Springfield Twp.

Amber Hess-Moore, Steelton
Heather Bolick, Mt. Carmel



Scouting Capsules
Sarah King,
Northern Lebanon (2011) can list a whole host of additional activities besides basketball.  She also in the band and the choir as well as being in track.  She is raked 6th in her class and has her sights set on attending Duke or Brown University.


Scouting Capsules
Breland Roach, Harrisburg
(2009) he was one of the leading players in the state this past season.  He played for Pennsylvania in our Pennsylvania vs New Jersey All-Star Game this year and led Pennsylvania to a 112  to 107 win over New Jersey.  He is yet another example of the outstanding players who participated in the Spring Shootout.  Now he heads off to a collegiate basketball career.


Scouting Capsules
Larry Kerns,
Faith Christian (WV) (2010) he came to the shootout as his school's Class President and goals to pursue a degree in engineering at either North Carolina or Georgia Tech.His fudamentally sound game earns him the opportunity to play for the South in our 2010 North-South Senior All-Star Game next season when he will be a senior.

Scouting Capsules
Dylan Edgar,
Mechanicsburg (2010) at 6'8" he came to the shootout  with an impressive class rank of 68 out of 292 and a 90% grade point average.  He averaged 12 a game as a junior and will be watched closely by the scouts in the fall.  He will definitely be invited to the Fall Shootout.

Scouting Capsules
Chris Franklin, Susquehanna Twp. (1991)-attended our shootouts as one of our scouting evaluators on two occasions.  This past season he appeared in the NBA celebrity All-Star Game as a representative from the world famous Harlem Globetrotters where he is known as "Mr. Handles."  He played for Shootout Director Bill Gaffey in high school.  The photo below (Fall 2005 Shootout) shows "Mr. Handles" scouting with a clip board.

Scouting Capsules
Vladimir Vukovich, Crisfield (MD)  (2009) is an example of the progression from the Shootout.  He participated as a Junior in the Pennsylvania /Maryland Fall 2008 Shootout.  As a result, he was invited to play for Maryland in the 2009 Pennsylvania vs Maryland Senior All-Star game.  His team, Maryland won 116-112 and he was extended invitations to play college basketball.  He also played in the Spring 2009 Shootout.

Scouting Capsules
Ryan Warner, Boiling Springs (2010) is an example of the player that we have tracked in his Junior Year and invited to the Shootout.  In a January game vs Milton Hershey, he scored 7 points.  He then scored 9 in a District 3 playoff in over West York, and had 13 in the playoff game with Steelton.  He will be invited back to the Fall Shootout after playing well in the Spring event.

Scouting Capsules
Steve Zac, Red Land (2010) is an example of the player that we have tracked in his Junior Year and invited to the Shootout.  He helped to lead his unseeded team thru three playoff wins into the Class AAAA semi-finals vs C.D. East.  He scored 18 in that game.  He will be invited back to the Fall Shootout after playing well in the Spring event.

Scouting Capsules
Katie Sinnott, Long Island Lutheran
(2010) was already blocking shots for St. Dominic's CYO basketball team in grades 7 and 8.  As a junior, she helped lead Long Island Lutheran to the NYSAISAA B Division title over Fieldston.  Her team finished the season 20-5.  As a result she was invited to the Shootout.  Her all around play has earned her an invitation to play in the Fall Shootout which draws the most attention of any event on the East Coast.

Scouting Capsules
Charlene Hook,
Columbia-Montour  (2011) averaged  10 points a game as part of the Hook-sister tandem at Columbia-Montour High School.  She lists Kutztown, Lehigh, and Lafeyette as her top college choices where she hopes to pursue a career in pediatric nursing. She is ranked 19th in a class of 164.  Her aggressive play in the spring shootout has earned her an invitation to return to our prestigious Fall Shootout in October.

Scouting Capsules
Leah Wilhelm, Northern Lebanon
(2010) she came to the shootout with college aspirations to attend either Albright, Kutztown, or Lock Haven   She also plays softball and is active in the yearbook.  As a senior next year, she becomes  eligible to play  in our 2010 Mid-Penn vs  PA Select Senior All-Star Game.

Scouting Capsules
Greg Bozman,
Crisfeld Academy (MD) (2012) he was the 2007 Maryland State Champion in the "Hoop Shoot."  He carries a 3.25 GPA.  He had 50 three pointers as a Freshman on the varsity team with 12 starts.  He has been impressive in his two years at the Pennsylvania/Maryland Shootout.

The out of state Honorable Mention, boys and girls:

Michael Hill - Notre Dame Utica, NY
Michael Boxley - Brandywine, DE
Larry Kerns, Martinsburg WV
Valerie DiMuro, TZHS (NY)
Katie Sinnott, Long Island Lutheran (NY)
Nasia Olinger, Holy Cross (VA)
Monte Cannon- Crisfield Acad., MD
Avery Marshall - Crisfield Acad., MD
Alyssa Kimmel, Harpursville (NY)
Rebecca Pearrell, Brunswick (MD)
James Manzare - George Baker, NY
Trey White - Crisfield Acad., MD
Cody Cottrell - Tyburn Acad., NY
Carlee Hirt, John Jay (NJ)
DeAnna Waters, Wise (MD)
Joe Soccio - Cato-Meridian, NY
Tyler Day - Patterson Mill, MD
Brian Campbell - Miller Place, NY
Regina Argenzio, TZHS (NY),
NeKeia Evans - Harvey (OH),
Dominick Perry - Newark, DE
Michael Torres - Arlington Baptist
Tanae Ming, Wickliffe (OH),
Tyler Schrock - Greenwood, DE
Victor Evans - Gwynn Park, MD
Tyree Winfield - AI Dupont, DE
Jacob Bucher - South Hagerstown, MD
Walter Noel - Towson Cath. , MD
Alex Houtsnee - Westampton Tech, NJ
Royce Hunsberger - LaPlata, MD
Jason Layer - Century, MD
Nathan Bonner - Boonsboro, MD
Dylan Davis - Notre Dame Utica, NY
Carl Pratzer - Cicero North Syracuse  NY
David Yancey - Clarksburg, MD
Matthew Schottman - Boonsboro, MD
Charles Jackson - Brandywine, DE
Greg Bozman - Crisfield Acad., MD

Scouting Capsules
Taj Turner,
Susquehanna Twp (2010) is one of the top guards in the state and is being recruited by D-1 schools.  He helped lead the Indians as a Class AAA state contender two straight years as an underclassman.  His father was a top-notch, three sport standout at Susquehanna Twp. High School.

Scouting Capsules
Ryan Hill,
Steelton (2010) He was named the MVP in the High School Division last summer at the Pennsylvania /Maryland Basketball Camp.  He was named to our "Top 25" at the Spring Shootout.  You can join Ryan at this year's camp: application HERE

Scouting Capsules
Carlee Leitzel, Manheim Central
(2010) she came to the shootout from the top 20% of her class.   She also plays tennis and soccer. She plans to enroll in either biology or physics with a minor in math. As a senior next year, she becomes  eligible to play for the PA Select Girl's in our 2010 Mid-Penn vs  PA Select Senior All-Star Game.

Scouting Capsules
Jennifer Nevius,
Francis Scott Key (MD) (2010) she came to the shootout as an all-county and all-conference player where she scored  14.5 per game this past season. She takes honors classes and sports a 3.75 grade point average in a high school with an enrollment of 1,233 students.

Scouting Capsules
Morgan Smith,
Springfield Twp (2010) she came to the shootout with a 3.65 grade point average and her sights set on a career in Computer Science.  She also plays tennis and lacrosse. At 5'8 and a senior next year, she becomes  eligible to play for the East in our 2010 East-West Senior All-Star Game next season when she will be a senior.

Scouting Capsules
Justine Hook,
Columbia-Montour  (2010) averaged  16 points a game  at Columbia-Montour High School.  This point guard lists East Stroudsburg and Kutztown as her top college choices where she hopes to pursue a career in physical education. Her play as a junior and her all around performance in the spring shootout has also earned her an invitation to return to our prestigious Fall Shootout in October.

Scouting Capsules
Brian Scholly,
State College (2010) at 6'4" he came to the shootout  a student in the top 10% of his class at one of the state's best academic and athletic schools in Pennsylvania.  His fine play at the Shootout earns him an invitation to the 2010 Senior All-Star Game in Harrisburg. 

Scouting Capsules
Gerry McNamara, Bishop Hannan (2001)-attended our shootout in his sophomore and his senior years in high school.  Parents and players who attend out shootout often ask, "How many college coaches will be there?"  Well, 52 schools came in 2001 to see McNamara.  Following his senior season, McNamara was named the 2002  Gatorade Player of the Year and went on to a great Syracuse University career.  His photos and jerseys are still on display at Stirna's Restaurant from his playing days in Scranton and his career has become one of legend.

These were our Shootout picks for the Fall of 2009.  Would you vote for as the  best male player in Pennsylvania Basketball History, find the choices HERE   Will you make this list some day?  Set your goals and go to work!!

Take the first step, sign up for the Fall Shootout October 11, 2009 APPLICATION  HERE