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Artist Ana Vizcarra Rankin at Pennsylvania College or Art & Design. Piece on left is, Old Midsummer, 2016 and on right is El Sur, 2017. Thursday, February 20, 2020

Artist Ana Vizcarra Rankin at Pennsylvania College or Art & Design stands under her work titled, Holding Space. Thursday, February 20, 2020

Catholic coach Bill Southward cheers on his team.

Coach Bill Southward and Lancaster Catholic are 17-0 - the best start in school history.

Greg Testa looks to drive against Steel-High.

Greg Testa leads the Crusaders in scoring, at more than 19 points a game.

Lancaster Catholic captured its first District Three Class AAA boys' basketball title Thursday via a sterling team effort. Greg Testa drives for two of his game-high 31 points. At right, Zach Shedleski, who scored 23, slips past a Steel-High defender.

Lebanon's Jared Odrick, left, and Adam Brossman trap Catholic's Greg Testa.

At right, Catholic's Keith Keller and Lancaster Mennonite's Jared Yoder fight for a rebound. Yoder had 14 points and 12 boards for the Blazers.

At right, Catholic's Keith Keller and Lancaster Mennonite's Jared Yoder fight for a rebound. Yoder had 14 points and 12 boards for the Blazers.

Lancaster Catholic coach Bill Southward and players (left to right) Greg Testa, Ryan Purvis, Mason Weeks, Keith Keller and Zach Shedleski are geared up for a big season.

Led by Mason Weeks (40), Zach Shedleski (25) and Greg Testa (12), Lancaster Catholic's 35-0 boys' basketball team lets everyone know where it stands among PIAA hoop powers Friday night in Hershey's Giant Center.

Lancaster Catholic's L-L League champions defeat Eastern York, 59-51, in the opening ound of the District Three Class AAA boys' basketball tournament. McCaskey's boys and the Crusaders' girls also advance.

Lancaster Catholic captured its first District Three Class AAA boys' basketball title Thursday via a sterling team effort. Above, Ryan Purvis dishes off a pass from the floor.

Lancaster Catholic players cheer during a timeout in the fourth quarter. From left, Shane Sweigart (4), Alex Fischer (24), Zach Shedleski (25), Ian Giblin (10) and Greg Testa (12).

Landisville Middle School Students of the Second Quarter of the 2019-20 school year are, from left, eighth graders Katherine Caddick, Leah Schmitz, Jack Sanchez and Ryan Jackson.

Above, Lancaster Catholic's Mason Weeks goes to the bucket. Weeks scored all of his seven points in a key fourth-quarter run for the Crusaders.

Mason Weeks and Lancaster Catholic will face Lebanon in tonight's District 3 Triple-A semifinals.

McCaskey High School's commencement ceremony was held at the Lancaster County Convention Center Thursday June 6, 2019.

Lancaster Catholic's Ryan Purvis, who scored 15 points, works inside against Chris Hartman of Wilson.

Lancaster Catholic center Ryan Purvis, who scored 21 points, works against Peter Bennett.

The Crusaders' Ryan Purvis scroed a team-high 19 points and added 11 boards.