I Love the atmosphere of GOOD high school basketball! Look at these fans! The students really support their classmates at PVI.
From the Boy’s and Girl’s game at Paul VI High School in Fairfax, VA., a rival game vs. O’Connell… both boy’s and girl’s won big!
There is a freshman on the girl’s team that Division I’s need to see. Also, one or two juniors. Call Coach Allen!
It’s been a big week at PVI…
Lady Panthers upset # 1 Holy Cross and # 5 Seton
PVI Lady Panthers had a very exciting week of basketball playing 5 games in 7
days against 2 teams ranked in the top 5 in the Washington Post and the top 3 in the WCAC.
On Tuesday, the team hosted the 5th ranked team in the Washington Post, Elizabeth Seton. PVI led the entire game pulling off a very exciting 60 ‐ 54 win.
On Friday in front of a great crowd, The Lady Panthers hosted # 1 ranked Holy Cross. The game was a battle back and forth in the first half ending with a 26‐26 halftime score. The team came out very strong in the third quarter and finished strong pulling away with a 59 ‐ 53 victory. It was a very exciting game in which the PAC was very loud and supportive for the team.
The Lady Panthers finished off their 5th game in 7 days with a 77‐16 win over Don Bosco Prep.
Coach Scott Allen, his staff and players have put together a tremendous run of 8 straight wins after some early season struggles. The perfect time, heading into conference and State Tournaments, to have come together and be playing great team basketball.
On February 16, varsity played DeMatha and lost 72‐84 in a game in which a section of PVI fans were removed from the game under controversial terms by a referee. PVI was lead by Patrick Holloway 29pts, Stanford Robinson 11pts and Devin Hill 11pts. On February 18, PVI played Gonzaga and lost in a very disappointing 91‐53. PVI was lead by Coleman Johnson 11pts, Asa Smith 9pts, Stanford Robinson 9pts and Patrick Holloway 9pts. On Saturday, PVI beat Don Bosco 73‐33, lead by Devin Hill, Patrick Holloway, Stanford Robinson, Jamall Robinson, Coleman Johnson and Asa Smith.