The case against members of a Main Line drug ring that sold marijuana to prep school and college students ended Friday when Willow Orr, 22, was sentenced to five years probation.

Orr's sentencing was the last for the 11-person group whose members spanned in age from two 17-year-olds charged as juveniles to ring leaders Timothy C. Brooks, 19, and Neil K. Scott, 25. Earlier this month, Brooks got a prison sentence of 9 to 23 months, and Scott was sentenced in November to five to 15 years in prison.

The two men had enlisted student dealers and customers at their alma mater, Haverford School, and at Lower Merion, Harriton, Conestoga, and Radnor High Schools - all considered among the state's elite. The network also sold drugs at a few colleges.

Authorities in Montgomery County busted the ring in April, with defendants making subsequent plea deals.

Orr's attorney, David Barrish, said on Friday: "She's an intelligent girl with a bright future, and she's looking forward to completing her probation and moving on with her life."

- Ben Finley