Tavon Parker and Derek Wilson completed a key component of their college decisions Wednesday by signing their letters of intent. Parker, a 6-3 guard who was voted YAIAA Division I-II Player of the Year, is headed to Millersville University and will join his brother Kelvin, who also finalized his transfer from Mount St. Mary's by picking the Marauders.

Wilson, a 6-3 wing and first-team All-YAIAA selection, will head to Cecil College, a junior college in northeast Maryland. Together, Wilson and Parker led the Bearcats to an unbeaten regular season in the YAIAA, culminating with a league tournament championship. They went on to the District 3 Class AAAA championship game, losing in overtime to Harrisburg.

William Penn (27-4) finished in the top 10 among state-ranked teams in Class AAAA.

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