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Hoops: PIAA State Champions (Boys and Girls) from S.E. Pennsylvania

Basketball State Champions

Hoops: PIAA State Champions (Boys and Girls) from S.E. Pennsylvania

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Basketball State Champions

Here are the PIAA state champions from Southeastern Pennsylvania. In the 1983-84 season, a fourth classification (AAAA) was added.

BOYS

Class AAAA

2012: Chester

2011: Chester

2010: Plymouth Whitemarsh

2009: Penn Wood

2008: Chester

2006: Lower Merion

2005: Chester

2001: Coatesville

2000: Chester

1997: Plymouth Whitemarsh

1996: Lower Merion

1994: Chester

1991: Glen Mills

1990: Glen Mills

1989: Chester

Class AAA

2012: Neumann-Goretti

2011: Neumann-Goretti

2010: Neumann-Goretti

2009: Archbishop Carroll

2002: Kennett

1993: Pottstown

1983: Chester

1974: Abington

1963: Plymouth Whitemarsh

1958: Haverford

1953: Yeadon

1948: Norristown

1943: Lower Merion

1942: Lower Merion

1941: Lower Merion

1933: Lower Merion

Class AA

2012: Imhotep Charter

2011: Imhotep Charter

2009: Imhotep Charter

2007: Prep Charter

2006: Prep Charter

1985: Bishop Shanahan

1975: Bristol

1972: Darby-Colwyn

1970: Avon Grove

1963: Darby-Colwyn

1962: Darby Township

Class A

2012: Constitution

2011: Math, Civics & Sciences

2009: Girard College

1979: St. Pius X

1975: Darby Township

1974: Holy Ghost Prep

1967: Darby Township

1964: Conshohocken

1956: Jenkintown

1953: Jenkintown

1952: Jenkintown

GIRLS

Class AAAA

2012: Archbishop Carroll

2007: Cheltenham

2000: Cheltenham

1998: Downingtown

1997: Downingtown

1994: Coatesville

1992: Downingtown

1991: Downingtown

1987: Downingtown

Class AAA

2012: Archbishop Wood

2011: Archbishop Wood

2010: Archbishop Wood

2009: Archbishop Carroll

2008: Mount St. Joseph

1983: Nether Providence

1977: Norristown

Class AA

1995: Merion Mercy

1976: Darby-Colwyn

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