Tradition Doesn't Graduate

West Basketball Facts & Figures

  • Opened in September '02 after the original Pocono Mountain High School split into two schools 
  • Record through 14 seasons: 277-86 (.763 win percentage)
  • 20+ wins in eight of the last nine seasons
  • 11 out of 14 total seasons with at least 20 wins
  • 2012 team was the first in Pocono Mountain School District history to win a District XI championship
  • Voted The Morning Call area's 2012 "Team of the Year"
  • First team from Monroe County since 1999 to win a District XI championship
  • 2012 team was first in District XI class 'AAAA' since 2006 (William Allen) to win both a league and district championship in same season
  • Winningest 'AAAA' program in District XI from 2002-2016
  • Most championships in Mountain Valley Conference history - 2005, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, & 2014.
  • Winningest program in the MVC from 2002-2014 
  • 123-21 all-time in MVC regular season play
  • 99-8 in MVC play (including playoffs) from 2006-2014 season
  • Won a record 29 straight conference games from 2007-2009
  • Went undefeated in league play in 2007, 2008, & 2013 
  • 4-peated as MVC champions (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
  • Only team in the long history of Pocono Mountain School District to win a PIAA state tournament game. The 2008 Panthers beat Abington Heights High School in the first round to move on to the "sweet sixteen."
  • All-time home record: 136-21
  • Three undefeated seasons at home
  • Five one-loss seasons at home
  • Two Associated Press all-state selections - Tynell Fortune ('11) & Quindell Brice ('12)
  • Six MVC Most Valuable Players - Jovan Smalls ('03), Jon Mangual ('07 & '08), Tynell Fortune ('11), Quindell Brice ('12), Eric Vick ('13), Joe Wiggins ('14)
  • 37 all-league players in 14 seasons 
  • In the 2014-15 season the Panthers joined the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference. A super conference compiled of the Mountain Valley Conference and the Lehigh Valley Conference
  • EPC 2016 Mountain Division Champions
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