From the Daily Times
Lucas Spence, Springfield: A year after a solid freshman season with more than 30 points, the sophomore erupted to the tune of 74 points to secure his first All-Delco nod. The All-Central and All-EPLCA pick showed remarkable consistency for a sophomore with multiple points in 16 of 21 games. Spence led the county with 44 assists to go with his 29 goals, stats that should endear the uncommitted Spence to college recruiters.
Also 2013 recruit Ian Strain
Ian Strain, Episcopal Academy: A phenomenal two-way presence and a football All-Delco defensive back, Strain was a fantastic defensive presence who also managed to chip in 36 points on the strength of 24 goals. If not for a broken hand that he suffered midway through the year, the Springfield resident would have likely racked up a bevy of postseason awards. Instead, he had to settle for honorable mention All-Inter-Ac in a season when he snared a whopping 102 ground balls despite missing a few games. The Lehigh signee’s signature moment was a one-goal, three-assist, five-ground-ball performance to help beat eventual PIAA champion La Salle.