High School Basketball

High School Girls Basketball: Parkway Claims Victory on Day Three of Battle on the Hardwood Classic

Host Parkway Lady Panthers defeated LaGrange 52-29 on Friday night in the final match of Day 3 of the Battle of the Hardwood Classic. The game was tied at 15 after the first quarter, then Parkway took control in the second, beating the Lady Gators 12-2 for a 27-17 halftime …

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High School Girls’ Basketball: Strong group ready to compete in Battle on the Hardwood Classic at Parkway

The annual Battle on the Hardwood Classic begins Wednesday at Parkway with another very strong field competing over four days. Eighteen teams participate. Twenty-three matches are scheduled at the Main and Auxiliary Gyms. Two 2021-22 state champions and two state runners-up are competing. Wossman won the Class 3A title last …

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High hopes this season for Lincoln basketball teams

It’s officially college basketball season and it’s been a very promising opening week for both the men’s and women’s teams at Lincoln. The men opened their season unofficially last Monday with a whopping 59-56 win over UMKC on the road for the first victory over a Division I opponent since …

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Roach, Whitehead, Lively on Naismith Trophy watchlist

History links ATLANTE — A trio of Duke Blue Devils – Jeremy Roach, Animated Derek II and Dariq Whitehead — are three of the 50 players named to the initial Naismith Trophy watch list, presented annually to the Men’s College Basketball Player of the Year. The Atlanta …

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Kennedi Mcghee High School Girls Basketball Stats Brewbaker Tech (Montgomery, AL)

Career statistics Kennedi has played on 3 women’s basketball teams covered by MaxPreps. The accumulated university the totals are in the last row of each table. Games played 47 Points per game 9.5 Assists per game 1.3 Rebounds per game 10.8 Flights per game 2.0 Blocks per game 3.3 Game …

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Basket Cesafi HS: USJ-R, CIT-U score victories

USJ-R Baby Jaguars’ Lee Francis Sabanal (left) and CIT-U Wildkittens’ Lawrence Mangubat (right). | Photo from Cesafi’s Facebook page CEBU CITY, Philippines — The University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) Baby Jaguars and Cebu Institute of Technology-University (CIT-U) Wildkittens have scored wins in Cebu High School Basketball games Schools Athletic Foundation …

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Judah Mintz loves Jonny Flynn, ‘but he’s a lot taller’

When 2022 four-star prospect Judah Mintz committed to Syracuse basketball at the end of March, I read a ton of comments from national recruiting analysts and scouts who spoke to Mintz. , which probably has an immediate impact for Orange in its freshman campaign. If recent thoughts provided by ‘Cuse …

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NKU and Transylvania will play an exhibition basketball game to support flood relief efforts in Eastern Kentucky

(Picture by NKU) The University of Northern Kentucky and Transylvania men’s basketball programs will team up for a charity exhibition game to raise money for the United States Regional Health Care Foundation Flood Relief Fund. Appalachia to benefit those affected by the life-altering floods in the Eastern Kentucky region. The …

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Five new faces to know for the next ASU men’s basketball season

After a disappointing 2021-22 campaign in which the Sun Devils finished the season with a 14-17 record and a first-round loss in the Pac-12 tournament, coach Bobby Hurley’s squad is revamped and in able to compete for an NCAA tournament. appearance this coming season. Here are five new Sun Devils …

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Meeks Madness gives fans a first look

EVANSVILLE, Ind. –About three weeks from the whistleblower, the University of Evansville men’s and women’s basketball teams entertained a large crowd at Meeks Family Fieldhouse on Saturday night during “Meeks Madness.” Formerly called Hoopfest, it was an opportunity for both teams to engage with the community and put on a …

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High school guard Elmarko Jackson commits to KU basketball

Elmarko Jackson is considered one of the best guards in the recruiting class of 2023. Visit of the Under Armor association Elmarko Jackson, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound primary point guard from South Kent, Conn., made an oral commitment Thursday night to play basketball at Kansas. Jackson — he made an official …

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Tyrese Proctor in position to quickly help Duke Basketball

Durham The latest player to join Duke’s top-rated recruiting class for this season, Tyrese Proctor started college a year ahead of schedule and was the last player to arrive on campus. If you think he’s at a disadvantage, you’ve never seen Australia’s 6-5 leader play. “He’s someone who can score, …

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‘You missed stuff about not going to college’ – Draymond Green says playing college ball absolutely necessary, admits he misses the atmosphere and rivalry he had while playing for Michigan

Most NBA players today had to play at least a year in college, including Draymond Green. The Golden State Warriors big man thinks playing college basketball was so much more exciting for him. LeBron James is one of the few remaining NBA players to be drafted out of high school. …

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School gatherings and fundraising in memory of a classmate

Students at Woodgrove High School held a basketball skills fundraiser on October 6 to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation. Colette Bain, a 17-year-old senior and member of the Woodgrove women’s basketball team, died suddenly on August 27. Bain suffered from epilepsy. Danny Maher, senior and member of the men’s basketball team, …

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Basketball experience provides insight and inspiration for UTSA football coach

Before Jeff Traylor became a three-time state champion during a 15-year run at Gilmer, he knew his path to a football job in Texas would have to go through hardwood. Basketball in many ways remains Traylor’s “favorite sport,” he said, and many of the lessons he learned as a coach …

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The overtime elite league brings changes. What do rookies think?

Chicago The second season of the Overtime Elite (OTE) professional basketball league is set to feature several tantalizing matchups between some of the best high school basketball players in the nation. In addition to Amen and Ausar Thompson, who are expected to be the top picks in next year’s NBA …

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Bloomfield basketball coach Kevin Moses, whose team won a state title last year, dies after being diagnosed with cancer – Hartford Courant

Bloomfield boys’ basketball coach Kevin Moses, who guided his team to a state championship last winter and was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer in September, died Monday night. His niece, Mahkala Huggins, had started a GoFundMe page to raise money on Sunday for medical expenses and raised $14,500 in …

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Lexington African American Sports Hall of Fame Inducts First-Ever Class

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – The red carpet was rolled out and the lights shone as 22 of Lexington’s most influential sports figures and sports teams were recognized by the Lexington African American Sports Hall of Fame ( LAASHOF). “We grew up hearing these names, these legends that we honor tonight,” …

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Worcester hoop legends Jack ‘The Shot’ Foley and Togo Palazzi are big hits in Mark Epstein’s book

WORCESTER — Mark “Pathfinder” Epstein is a guy from Worcester. He cares deeply about the city – he always has. He is also passionate about basketball, especially two Worcester hoop legends, Jack “The Shot” Foley and Togo Palazzi. Both played at Holy Cross and played for the Boston Celtics. This …

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If NBA draft age drops, college basketball will feel the pinch

The prep-to-pro pipeline is likely back in the NBA, and with it will come major changes to how college basketball teams operate. Shams Charania of Athleticism reported on Monday that the NBA and its players’ association should “agree” to change the league’s eligibility age for the NBA draft from 19 …

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Jesse McCulloch, EJ Walker, Colin White on WVU campus for unofficial visit

West Virginia Men’s Basketball set to welcome three unofficial visitors: 2024 PF Jesse McCulloch, 2025G EJ Walker and 2024G Colin White. Talented high school hopefuls will check out the basketball facilities and watch the football game against Towson. McCulloch (6-foot-9, 190 pounds) is a top 100 prospect in the 2024 …

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Jacksonville basketball, FHSAA football course through 2024

Two months before the start of winter sports, the basketball, football and wrestling seasons are taking shape on the Première Côte. The Florida High School Athletic Association released statewide rankings for winter sports on Tuesday. The new district rosters will come into effect for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 seasons. The …

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Tim Hardaway, Manu Ginobili among those newly inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame

Tim Hardaway took the stage and told a story from his early days in the NBA, when Golden State teammates Mitch Richmond and Chris Mullin often asked him the same question. “They were like, ‘Tim, how awesome do you want to be?'” Hardaway said. They have their answer. Everyone too. …

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Luke Paragon Wins Division-I Scholarship

Get the latest news from Syracuse delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our sports newsletter here. On New Year’s Eve 2020, Luke Paragon made the 25-minute commute from his home in Cicero, New York, to a YMCA in Fayetteville. It was snowing, but Paragon wanted to take some shots …

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Obituary of Dan Robison – Topeka Capital-Journal

Dan Robison, 88, of Wichita, KS passed away peacefully on Friday August 19, 2022 in Jupiter, Florida surrounded by his loving family. His legacy lives on through his wife Sondra, their three children and grandchildren. Dan was born April 10, 1934 in Barnard, MO to Virgil and Lucile Robison. In …

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Coach Tim Brennan has worked with Jabari Parker and other NBA stars. Now he’s using Operation Basketball to help Chicago kids

BRONZEVILLE — A prominent basketball coach who works with Jabari Parker and Talen Horton-Tucker is using his platform to create more opportunities for the city’s youth. Tim Brennan, co-founder of the non-profit organization Operation Basketball, has spent the summer organizing vaccination campaigns, enrolling children in summer jobs, teaching them trades …

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Sportswear brand Actively Black signs UNC basketball star Deja Kelly

We love seeing black women securing the bag and looking great while doing it, which is why we shout out three cheers for Deja Kelly. The University of North Carolina women’s basketball star has been chosen for the first-ever Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) deal for global sportswear brand Actively …

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Central Cass’ Decontee Smith Announces Commitment to Upstate Women’s Basketball Program – InForum

CASSELTON, ND – Central Cass senior Decontee Smith has announced his commitment to continue his college and basketball career at Northern State University. The 5-foot-8 forward averaged 13.6 points per game for the Squirrels last season, along with five rebounds and 2.8 assists and earned all-state sophomore honors in 2020- …

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Berean grad shares basketball tips with English kids

Emily May coaches basketball in the Isles of Scilly in England. On Thursday, August 18, longtime Wellington resident Emily May shared her passion for basketball with a number of school children on England’s Isles of Scilly (pronounced “silly”), an archipelago of islands located about 30 miles off the south west …

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Watch: Basketball World reacts to Rob Gronkowski highlight

TAMPA, FL – SEPTEMBER 19: Rob Gronkowski #87 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrates with teammates in the first quarter of the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Raymond James Stadium on September 19, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images) Rob Gronkowski seems to be enjoying …

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South Salem’s Tom Weingarten has made overtime a social media empire

Tom Weingarten vividly remembers the first time he faced Dobbs Ferry’s Eric Paschall in a preseason scrimmage during his senior year at John Jay-Cross River in the winter of 2011. Weingarten didn’t know it then, but it wouldn’t be the last time he rubbed shoulders with future professional athletes and …

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Rosters for soccer, basketball and other sports

For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vermont Principals’ Association has established new divisional rosters for its core sports: football, basketball, baseball and softball. The new divisions, based on enrollment numbers of girls and boys, are for a two-year cycle beginning with the 2022-23 school year. Although most …

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Where was Michael Jordan born and raised? Let’s take a closer look at the NBA legend’s hometown

Michael Jordan is arguably the greatest NBA player of all time. He is well known for setting many league records, winning six championships and 10 goalscoring titles during his career. Apart from his impressive basketball career, Jordan is also one of the most successful businessmen. As of 2022, his net …

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‘Strong Feeling’ Bronny James Will Play College Basketball: Fans React

Bronny James #0 of the Sierra Canyon Pioneers. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Christian Petersen/Getty Images Bronny James will soon be playing his senior year of high school basketball. The real mystery begins soon after; will he go to university or abroad? According to a report, there is a “strong …

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Former UConn basketball player inspires love for the sport at girls’ camp in West Hartford – We-Ha

West Hartford resident and former UConn basketball player Meghan Pattyson Culmo hosted a girls’ basketball camp at Saint Joseph’s University. Meg Culmo basketball camp. St. Joseph’s University, West Hartford. Photo credit: Ronni Newton By Meghan Morhardt. Pictures of Ronni Newton On Friday, August 5, just 30 minutes after her last …

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Buhler basketball player Jack Voth moved family to North Carolina

BUHLER — One of Reno County and central Kansas’ most prolific basketball players is being traded. Former high school basketball player Buhler and future senior Jack Voth and his family moved to North Carolina last week. Voth leaves Buhler as one of the best players in school history and led …

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Matthew Smith hired as assistant men’s basketball coach

History links ITHACA, NY – Ithaca College Men’s Basketball Head Coach Walid Farid announced the hiring of its new assistant, Matthew Smith, for the next season 2022-23. Smith officially began his Ithaca appointment on August 1. Smith arrives at South Hill after spending the past …

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Bronny James could play in Australia next year: fans react

SPRINGFIELD, MA – JANUARY 18: Sierra Canyon Trailblazers goalie Bronny James (0) warms up before the first half of the Spalding Hoophall Classic High School basketball game between the Dominican Knights and the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers on January 18, 2020 in Blake Arena in Springfield, MA (Photo by John Jones/Icon …

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UConn Men’s Notebook: Clingan finds rhythm with Huskies | UConn Men’s Basketball

STORRS — Freshman UConn men’s basketball center Donovan Clingan is used to towering over people on the basketball court. Being 7-foot-2 as a senior in high school had its perks. But the Bristol native no longer has that luxury as he continues his transition from high school to college basketball. …

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Mountain Pointe’s Tru Washington follows in nephew’s footsteps to AZ Compass

Arguably, the best player in the Arizona Interscholastic Association joined the AZ Compass Prep High School National Basketball Team. Tru Washington, the uncle of former AZ Compass Prep TyTy Washington, is leaving Mountain Pointe to join Chandler’s Prep Academy, where he will play at the highest level for high school …

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Bill Russell of Celtics Center Who Transformed Pro Basketball dies at 88

In 1999, he accepted a public ceremony at the Fleet Center – Boston Garden’s successor – for the 30th anniversary of his last championship team and retirement as a player as well as his number two retirement. The event was also a fundraiser for the National Mentoring Partnership, whose programs …

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Siena and UAlbany basketball coaches adapt to ‘crazy’ world of transfers

The craziness of the NCAA transfer portal could get crazier. Siena men’s basketball coach Carmen Maciariello and University of Albany coach Dwayne Killings say they are adjusting. Next week, the NCAA is expected to allow players to transfer as many times as they want without missing a year. The Division …

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The offseason of change continues for UAlbany men’s basketball – The Daily Gazette

ALBANY — At the start of the team’s offseason, UAlbany men’s basketball head coach Dwayne Killings said he’s been “really lucky with the staff we’ve put in place” and that the The goal was to keep the program’s assortment of coaches together. “But there will always be this threat of …

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Women’s basketball welcomes TJ Sawyer, announces promotion of Zach Goding

History links STONY BROOK, N.Y. – Stony Brook Women’s Basketball Head Coach Ashley Langford announced the hiring of an assistant coach TJ Sawyer and the promotion of Zach Goding to the Director of Basketball Operations. Sawyer joins Langford’s coaching staff after serving as an assistant coach at …

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Bradley Basketball, High School Awards, Football

You have questions about sport, the Journal Star has answers. I grew up on iconic mailbag columns in the Cleveland Plain Dealer by Baseball Hall of Fame sportswriter Hal Lebovitz every Sunday. Later, it was Plain Dealer who beat writer Tony Grossi’s weekly mailbag on the Browns. We will therefore …

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Penn’s Markus Burton begins racking up DI basketball deals

MISHAWAKA — Penn Boys basketball coach Al Rhodes schedules his team through a tough summer schedule every year. But this year, in terms of demand for time, training and matches, has been on another level. Rhodes said he was looking for games against schools in the Indianapolis area. The Kingsmen …

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FCA Chapter 3-on-3 event scheduled for Saturday in Fort Smith

FORT SMITH — The River Valley Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ inaugural 3-on-3 basketball tournament marks the return of events for area athletes after the Arkansas Activities Association’s mandatory two-week timeout ended on Sunday last. The tournament will take place at Fort Smith Southside on Saturday. The tournament was designed by …

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Herald’s 2021-22 Women’s High School Athlete of the Year: Cheyenne Rodgers

Cheyenne Rodgers grew up attending Snohomish High School athletic events and dreaming of one day excelling for her hometown Panthers. The recent Snohomish graduate achieved her dream over the past school year. Rodgers played a key role in the Panthers women’s soccer team’s Class 3A quarterfinal last fall. She played …

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State accuses former basketball coach Copley Dente of Ponzi scheme

Ohio State is suing former basketball coach Copley and his wife, claiming they created a Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors of millions of dollars. The state is also asking the court to appoint a receiver to oversee the couple’s business entities. The civil suit was brought against Mark and Sharon …

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Predict Which College Basketball Teams Can Win the 2023 National Championship Based on First-Round Talent

Back in January CBS Sports found that since the merger of the ABA and NBA in 1976, every college basketball national champion has produced at least one top-30 pick in the NBA draft. Forty-four of those 45 teams produced a first-round pick, with only 1987 Indiana not reaching that checkpoint …

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Former Indiana Mr. Basketball Kyle Guy Starts Local Pro-Am Summer League – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Kyle Guy, 2016 Indiana Mr. Basketball with the Lawrence Central Bears and 2019 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player for the National Champion Virginia Cavaliers, has returned to Indianapolis to promote the rich pool of basketball talent in the town this summer. From July 12 through August 6, …

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Support abounds for Iowa track legend battling brain cancer

Whether it’s lifelong friends, former teammates, or just casual acquaintances, nearly everyone who’s met Lisa Brinkmeyer comes away with the same glowing assessment. Kindly. True. Welcoming. Someone who can handle anything and everything. After:From the archives: Iowa’s 6-on-6 women’s basketball lingers in the memory Brinkmeyer’s name circulated in Iowa athletic …

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The Lavaca connection connects coaches and players

LAVACA — The basketball journeys of Lavaca’s Kolby Glidewell and Luke Watson read like a Hollywood script. Small town kids who came together to do what had never been done in the history of the program. They will now have the chance to write the final chapter, coming out of …

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Carey honored among women’s most influential mid-major hoop coaches

History links SAN ANTONIO — UTSA Women’s Basketball Associate Head Coach Jamie Carey was named one of the 74 Most Influential Assistant Coaches in Women’s Mid-Major College Baseball by Silver Waves Media. Carey is in her second year on Coach’s staff. Karen Aston with the Roadrunners. She …

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Trinity basketball shows it’s ready to return to the statewide stage

It’s dangerous to predict playoff success based on summer league play, but all indications point to Trinity High School’s basketball program set to return to center stage in statewide in the 2022-23 season. The Shamrocks, with a strong mix of veterans and two talented newcomers, beat Great Crossing 57-56 in …

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Columbia Again Hosts State High School Basketball Tournaments | High school sports

COLUMBIA — Columbia will once again host state high school basketball tournaments beginning in the 2023-24 school year, the city announced Wednesday. The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) announced the host communities on Wednesday. The basketball championships will be played in Colombia during the 2027-2028 school year. The …

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UPDATE: Classes of 2021 and 2022 inducted into MOV Sports Hall of Fame | News, Sports, Jobs

VIENNA — Jackson County’s representation was overwhelming at the Mid-Ohio Valley Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday. Two classes of six members each were inducted, including four individuals with Jackson County ties. The recognition of Ravenswood’s Bernie Rees in the Class of 2021, along with Ravenswood’s Kim Creel …

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‘Look at all the lives you’ve touched’ – grateful Nate Miller’s mother of 34 years with her son

• “Nate was a great athlete, a great basketball player, but an even better human being.” • “Losing Nate is like losing Kobe to me. Someone who inspired my love for the game.” • “Nate was doing something special, not just in Springfield but in the area.” • “Springfield just …

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The CovCath basketball player will end his high school career in the annual Kentucky-Indiana All-Stars series

By Blake LehmanNKyTribune Sports Journalist Mitchell Rylee said his late mother and father inspired him when he was younger to blaze a trail into college basketball. As his high school career draws to a close, Rylee will have the opportunity to fulfill his parents’ wishes at Miami University of Ohio …

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Star basketball rookies to visit Kentucky in coming days

Camden, NJ standout Aaron Bradshaw has a shot at being the No. 1 center for the 2023 recruiting class. Gregory Payan PA Kentucky will welcome two of the most exciting Class of 2023 basketball recruits to campus over the next week. Camden (NJ) big man Aaron Bradshaw, a high school …

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Lewiston High School announces new boys’ basketball coach

LEWISTON –Lewiston High School announced Wednesday that Coach Brooks Malm has signed on as their new boys’ head basketball coach. Coach Malm, a native of Troy, Idaho, played college basketball for the Trojans and went on to play for a year at Walla Walla Community College, where he assisted in …

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Bill Haisten: Owasso’s Fab Four includes Jalen Montonati, a freshman destined for greatness | Basketball

On the other end of the call was longtime friend Steve Bontrager, former basketball star Oral Roberts, a former professional player and coach in the United States and Europe, and since the mid-1990s, a provider of shooting instruction and skills for Tulsa. – area players ranging from 7 years old …

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This time the Howard brothers fought with Zaire Wade

Every week during the college basketball season and every other week during the offseason, former Michigan basketball star Tim McCormick joins TMI’s Sam Webb for a podcast called “The Michigan Basketball Insider.” Each show features a deep dive into the X’s and O’s and statistical analysis of Michigan games, …

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Basketball Insider: Jett Howard on advice from Iverson and other pros: ‘Kill it all!’

Every week during the college basketball season and every other week during the offseason, former Michigan basketball star Tim McCormick joins TMI’s Sam Webb for a podcast called “The Michigan Basketball Insider.” Each show features a deep dive into the X’s and O’s and statistical analysis of Michigan games, …

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Taft star basketball player attends Arizona prep school

CINCINNATI — Rising Taft High School and University of Cincinnati verbal commitment Rayvon Griffith announced Thursday night that he will play basketball at AZ Compass Preparatory School in Chandler, Arizona, this coming season. Griffith, a 6-foot-7 wing and four-star rookie, helped lead Taft (19-8) to the Division III state title …

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Former South St. Paul basketball coach dies by suicide, two days before sentencing in federal fraud case – Twin Cities

Former South St. Paul boys basketball coach Matthew McCollister died by suicide Monday, two days before he was convicted of fraud in federal court. Matthew McCollister (Courtesy of South St. Paul Public Schools) McCollister, 40, leaves behind his wife and three young children. He pleaded guilty in January to his …

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Daigneault is inducted into the CT Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame

05/22/2022 5:44 PM EST Former Guilford girls’ basketball player Jaclyn Daigneault was inducted into the Connecticut Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame on April 27. championship as a senior in 2011 and also named NCAA Division III National Player of the Year that year. Daigneault scored 1,326 points during her career …

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Mills takes over WC’s men’s basketball program

WILMINGTON — A point guard on the court during his playing days, Micah Mills will now lead Wilmington College’s men’s basketball program from the sidelines. “It’s an absolute honor and a blessing to become the next head coach of men’s basketball at Wilmington College,” said Mills. “I want to thank …

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Spartans’ Vice commits to Marquette | High School Girls Basketball – QCVarsity.com

Between phone calls and texts, Halle Vice has been in touch with Division I women’s basketball coaches nearly every day for the past two months. “Certainly crazy,” said the Pleasant Valley High School junior. “It can be stressful at times, but I’m happy to be in the position I’m in …

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Expert explains how Syracuse basketball gets another Carmelo Anthony

My friend Matthew DeBritz recently posted an insightful podcast in which his guest, a top recruiting analyst/scout, shed light on a variety of interesting topics relating to Syracuse basketball and the sport of college hoops. DeBritz’s Dome Dawg podcast featured 247Sports scouting director Adam Finkelstein, who is by far one …

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Taliek Brown leaves UConn men’s basketball team to join Iona coaching staff

Taliek Brown, captain of the UConn national champion team in 2004 and director of player development for the Huskies for the past four years, is leaving the program. Brown will join Rick Pitino’s team in Iona. The former UConn point guard has wanted to become a coach for a while …

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Oregon Ducks men’s basketball signers Dior Johnson and Kel’el Ware invited to 2022 USA Basketball U18 training camp

Oregon Ducks men’s basketball signers Dior Johnson and Kel’el Ware were among 27 athletes invited to the 2022 Men’s U18 Training Camp in Houston, Texas, according to a press release from USA Basketball. Johnson, Ware and the rest of the athletes will compete from May 26 to June 2 with …

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High school players take a stand on the Sabbath

An Alabama high school basketball team that does not play daytime games on Saturdays for reasons of religious belief took its First Amendment fight to federal court last week. Oakwood Adventist Academy in Huntsville lost a state tournament game in February rather than play on the Sabbath. Seventh-day Adventist school’s …

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Illini eyeing another big name in transfer portal

Illinois basketball continues to grab headlines on the transfer portal, this time we are targeting one of the greatest players available. The Illini have been in contact with various transfers in the portal so far. We managed to hook Terrence Shannon Jr., who will be an instant starter on the …

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Neumann’s Davion Hill wins Class A Player of the Year | News, Sports, Jobs

EVAN WHEATON/Sun-Gazette Davion Hill of St. John Neumann plays in the PIAA Men’s Class A Basketball Championship in Hershey against Bishop Canevin. Hill was named Pennsylvania Class A Men’s Basketball Player of the Year. Alize Johnson is a two-time All-State honors winner. David Hill has earned …

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Nagy makes sure Davis knows he’s wanted

“We should have known, even if we had gotten Tanner, it would have been smart to get Amari. It wasn’t one or the other. Nagy and his team weren’t going to make the same mistake when Davis entered the transfer portal last week. Instead of the standard Zoom meeting with …

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Class of 2025 top rookie Aaliyah Chavez gets offer from UCLA women’s basketball

The Bruins entered the hunt for one of Lonestar State’s freshmen. Since the Class of 2022 was set in stone, coach Cori Close and the UCLA women’s basketball staff have had a brief slack for offers, but last week the Bruins returned to the recruitment track. Class of 2025 guard …

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Former Heritage girls’ basketball coach faces suspension and denies recruiting athlete | News

SAGINAW TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WJRT) — New details are emerging about the resignation of a middle Michigan basketball coach. Eugene Seals resigned as women’s basketball coach at Heritage High in Saginaw Township last month. He says he was accused of recruiting a student-athlete to come to Heritage, but says that’s not …

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Breaking: Basketball Lands Indiana State Transfer Guard Tyreke Key Flights

Indiana State transfer shooter Tyreke Key has committed to Tennessee, according to his Twitter page. Key visited UT April 19-21 and two days later commits to Oklahoma, Ole Miss and Texas Tech (where Key also made an official visit). Key holds one of four scholarships Rick Barnes is scheduled to …

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Thoroughbreds will have a high school all-star basketball game on School Spirit Night

Recognizing local talent while showing their love for local schools, the Owensboro Thoroughbreds will host the high school‘s first-ever All-Star competition before their game on Friday. Friday’s theme is School Spirit Night, in which Thoroughbreds owner Chris Allison said he wants to focus on schools in the Greater Owensboro area. …

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Former female basketball athletes surprise their high school coach with a new car in Miami – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

MIAMI (WSVN) — A former high school basketball coach who made a difference in the lives of the players he trained has received a generous gift from his former players. Former Miami Edison Senior High School athletes gathered at the Little Haiti Cultural Center in Miami to surprise and honor …

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Norwin High School Sports Book: Knights Named County Award Finalists

By: Bill Beckner Jr. Saturday April 16, 2022 | 10:01 a.m. Norwin senior Paloma Swankler Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Paloma Swankler of Norwin controls the ball past Kaylee Uribe of Fox Chapel during their Class 4A WPIAL Quarter-Final on October 24, 2019 at Norwin High School. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review …

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Alex Fudge of Lee High is transferred from LSU

Former Lee High School forward Alex Fudge is on his way back to Sunshine State. Fudge announced Wednesday night on Twitter that he was moving to Florida, where he will play on the field at the O’Connell Center under newly hired Gators head coach Todd Golden. Fudge originally named Florida …

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Mayfield High celebrates inclusion with a basketball game

LAS CRUCES – Mayfield High School continues to be dedicated to inclusion with a basketball game involving students from the school team and students from the Unified Champion Schools division of Special Olympics. The entire student body erupted in cheers as the students – disabled and not – walked to …

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M-Sport advances to Donofrio Classic quarter-finals – PA Prep Live

CONSHOCKEN >> During high school basketball season, Norristown and Upper Merion have one of the biggest rivalries in the area. When the two schools, separated by less than six miles, aren’t vying for control of the Pioneer Athletic Conference, they get along pretty well. This was on display during the …

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5-star rookie Mikey Williams says he plans to play college basketball

Mikey Williams plays college basketball? As the 2023 five-star rookie and social media phenom wraps up his junior season at Charlotte’s Vertical Academy, it’s looking more and more like a possibility — despite some lucrative professional options. The latest clue came on Sunday, when national high school basketball insider Samad …

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Relatives mourn the death of former Central High School basketball star

The death of a former Central High School basketball star is being felt in the St. Paul community as the victim’s alleged shooter remains hospitalized, awaiting his first court appearance. Xavion Tyrece Bell, 21, is charged with two counts of second-degree murder in the death of Dion Lamarr Ford Jr. …

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Ranking the best available men’s college basketball transfers and high school recruits for 2022-23 – The Athletic

It’s free agent season in college basketball. Well, not technically. But in the era of the free one-time transfer (as well as graduate transfers), the offseason has become a time for teams to radically rebuild their rosters. Nearly 1,700 players entered the transfer portal last year, and while those numbers …

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College’s unified basketball program celebrates first season in Newton – CBS Boston

NEWTON (CBS) — At more than two dozen colleges in Massachusetts, some of life’s most priceless lessons — take place after school hours. “I learned how awesome Liam is at basketball,” 12-year-old Connor said of his teammate with a beaming smile. READ MORE: Hundreds of drivers wait hours for free …

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PC recording time | Wheatland High School basketball players win postseason awards

WHEAT – Three athletes from Wheatland High School received post-season awards as voted on by local coaches. Rodee Eyebrow Brow, a WHS senior, was selected to Wyoming’s 3A East All-Conference Basketball Team for the first time. Playing tenacious defense and being able to move the ball through difficult obstacles in …

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Altavilla leaves a legacy for the Baldwin women’s basketball program

By: Ray Fisher Sunday March 27, 2022 | 11:01 a.m. Baldwin’s Morgan Altavilla participates in a 2021-22 basketball game at Baldwin. Submitted by the Altavilla family Baldwin’s Morgan Altavilla poses with her parents, Kelly and Doug, during a 2021-22 basketball game at Baldwin. Submitted by the Altavilla family Baldwin’s Morgan …

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