Posted On: 03/29/21 10:17 PM

In a season of such uncertainty, there was one piece of certainty at the top of the Philadelphia Catholic League: Archbishop Wood versus the field in 2021.

The Vikings ran the table in league play, going 14-0, including two additional wins against PCL opponents as postseason play began, taking AW to the PIAA 6A title game in Hershey.

Unfortunately, Archbishop Wood ran into a strong Reading High team that shocked the Vikings with a 58-57 win for its second state title in program history.

Overall, AW went 19-1 on the season and was a high-scoring offensive juggernaut with a strong defense to boot.

All five starters for the Vikings put up double-digit scoring averages on the season, averaging 76.3 PPG as a team and allowing just 60.2 PPG to opponents.

Marcus Randolph was one of several high-impact guards on the Vikings in 2021 and led the team in scoring, averaging 16.6 PPG on the season. Randolph shot 52.1 percent from the field and 30 percent from beyond the arc, balancing out his scoring with 5.4 RPG and 4.7 APG.

He was a reliable scorer throughout for Archbishop Wood, taking control of the basketball when it was in his hands

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