Elsewhere in the CAA, Kyle Lauletta (Downingtown East) is finally healthy entering his senior season.
Pitts is the No. 253 overall recruit in the 2018 class, No. 9 in Pennsylvania and No. 11 at tight end.
Young ranks as the No. 5 recruit in Pennsylvania, No. 116 in the country, and the No. 12 safety in the 2018 class.
Regular-season action will begin Aug. 25.
The point guard has proven that he has Division I potential.
Klein, who also had offers from Virginia, Army, and Air Force, is the Owls' 16th commitment for the 2018 class.
Almost 18 years after her son died from sudden cardiac arrest, Rachel Moyer is helping the Philadelphia School District prevent deaths from heart failure in young athletes.
Put Norm Eavenson way, way up the list of important basketball figures in this region. His scouting reports reach 65 Division I schools.
It isn't just his brother looking to profit from Bamba's skills.
David Miller makes the move after five years at the Inter-Ac school, which he led to much success.
This series is about those who have devoted themselves to hoops, playing or coaching it, observing it, analyzing it, organizing it, washing themselves in it.
Ibrahim Johnson claims that Bamba's ties to a financial adviser got Bamba money and gifts - and left Johnson out in the cold.
"I feel like we're obligated to give back to our community and volunteer," says Strong, a West Catholic grad and Houston Texans wide receiver.
Jersey Shore will play Delaware North on Saturday at 10 a.m. in the championship game of the Carpenter Cup baseball tournament.
Jersey Shore won its fifth title in the 32nd edition of the championship Saturday at Citizens Bank Park.