Posted On: 05/24/21 10:41 PM

Prep Hoops Pennsylvania has already begun its 2021 season recap of the Colonial League, one of the top leagues in the Keystone State, especially this season.

PHP continues its multi-part season recap series in the West Division, taking a look at the best players in a tough, seven-team division that was a close race among the top four teams.

Quintin Stephens - G, Salisbury

Stephens had a strong senior season for Salisbury, who finished 12-7 overall with a 4-2 divisional record in 2021. He averaged 13.2 PPG and knocked down nearly one three-pointer a game this season, improving in a big way from his junior season. The senior guard really came into his own and quickly became the unquestionable leader of this squad. Stephens put up a season-high 27 points and went 10-for-14 from the foul line in a dominant win over Saucon Valley on January 30, which showcased the fantastic season he would end up having. Stephens is going to be missed by Salisbury next season.

Kody Kratzer - F/G, Palmerton

Kratzer was one of the most dominant players in the division and the conference during the 2021 season and his biggest asset was his ability to get to

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