Bucket Get[Her] Cire Worley talks basketball, business and college with SV Sports
Abington senior Cire Worley is taking care of business on and off the court. The 6’ guard became the school’s all-time leading scorer late last month. She also has her own clothing brand. Worley surpassed Deja Rawls who piled up 1,487 points for the Ghosts. Worley made an immediate impact at Abington. She averaged 16 points as a freshman and sophomore. Her offensive production has increased to 21 points per game this season. The Ghosts went (18-4) in the regular season. Head coach Dan Marsh reached a milestone of his own on January 27th. He picked up his 450th career victory. This is his 18th season at Abington. Worley comes from a very talented family. Her father, Eric, graduated from Central High School in Philadelphia in 1993. He went on to become a 1,000-point scorer at West Chester, and is in the university’s Hall of Fame. Cire is committed to Division I UMass Lowell where her sister, Dianna Thomas-Palmer, is an assistant coach. “I think having somebody like her up there is good for me,” said Worley. The sharpshooter doesn’t have much free time. In 2021, she teamed up with SV Sports to launch Bucket Get(Her). “Throughout my life it was hard for me to find clothes geared just towards girls basketball,” noted Worley. Her brand includes hooded sweatshirts, t-shirts, and shorts. “It makes me feel like I’m doing something to really uplift girls basketball,” she said. Worley had fun discussing her favorite professional players, musical artists, and movies with Paul Roberts of SV Sports.