Matt Compas (C/O 2021) of Wissahickon HS.

Posted On: 01/5/21 9:37 AM

Matt CompasMattCompas6'3" | CGWissahickon | 2021StatePA (C/O 2021) of Wissahickon HS.

Now that the Governor’s Covid-19 mandate pausing high school athletics in Pennsylvania has expired, varsity basketball teams around the state got back in the gym on Monday night. One league to keep an eye on during this abbreviated 2020-21 season is the Suburban One League.

In 2019-20 the Suburban One League (SEPA) boasted three teams that won 20 or more games, a Cheltenham squad that played in the District 1 6A Championship game and four teams that participated in the PIAA state tournament,.

If you think the Suburban One League’s success last season was a blip or a one year wonder, think again. The SOL is stacked for 2020-21 with talented ballers who will have an impact this season and possibly at the college level. Below are profiles of Suburban One League guards to watch in 2020-21.


James Ashford IV – 6’3” / Senior / Bensalem / Combo Guard: A nagging hip injury wrecked Ashford’s sophomore season, but the skilled combo guard came back with a vengeance in 2019-20. Running mostly at PG last season, he was the

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