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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Dec 10, 2017 7:46 am

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic - Event Recap

...Williston Northampton 67 Gould 60

Williston Northampton jumped all over Gould early and built the lead to nearly 20 points but the boys from Maine wouldn’t go away as they rattled off numerous second half threes to make it a single possession game in the final minutes. Filip Febraca scored 13 of his team high 17 points in the first half showing the versatility of his skill set. Michael Manley put on a show in the second with a handful of D3 schools getting more and more nervous with every passing bucket. Josh McGettigan chipped in with 11 and also did a nice job showing increased mobility on the defensive end. Gould sophomore Jaret Griffith led the three-point barrage for Gould, knocking down three from downtown, while big man Wildens Leveque scored 12 points showing a new jump hook and increased cut to his frame.

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Happens every December at the #ZG and #NERR Prep showcases. Two more stock risers for the Mass Rivals. 2019 Wildens Leveque (Brockton) and Jordan Minor (Kingston, MA)shined while representing Gould Academy and Brimmer & May.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Dec 11, 2017 3:30 am

Scholar Roundball Classic - Saturday Recap

The Scholar Roundball Classic tipped off on Saturday at Babson College with five games on Saturday afternoon as teams braved the snow to show out in front of college coaches.

Brimmer & May School 74 IMG Academy 62
Brimmer & May opened up a lead early and didn’t look back, leading by over 20 points for the majority of the second half. Jordan Minor set the tone early with his toughness on the offensive glass, that early energy translated to numerous dunks for Minor before the game was over. He ended with 26 points and 18 rebounds AJ Reeves looked good as well, showcasing his ability to score at all three levels on the offensive end for a game high 31. Brendan Favre led the way with for IMG while PG Jayden Hardaway showed impressive tools as well specifically on the offensive end of the floor.

Cushing Academy 64 South Kent 52
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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:39 am

Scholar Roundball Classic - Sunday Recap

...Kimball Union Academy 80 Phillips Andover 64

KUA played an inspired and physical brand of basketball to bounce back from Saturday’s loss and score a convincing win. Nick Timberlake led five players in double figures with 18 points showing both a high motor and explosive athleticism in the open floor. Junior forward Will Engelhardt’s inside-out skill set was on display as he drilled shots to the arc for 14 pints while Yale bound guard Eze Dike scored 13 in front of his future head coach. Jordan Huntley and Enoch Cheeks were also in double figures as Huntley ran the show and Cheeks was seeking out contact off his dribble. Dallion Johnson led Andover with 24 points as his full skill set was on display, not just beyond the arc but also inside the lane as well. Matteo Whelton was impressive with his full floor game as he showed a passing ability to match his shot-making.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:42 am

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The Prep Team improved to 5-4 with a 93-69 win over Coastal Academy. Mitchell had 19, Hammond had 11 and 6 asts; Curry had 10; Hess had 14; Nunez had 11 and 6 rebs; Tention had 5, 7 rebs, and 3 asts; Martin had 7 and 5 rebs; and Jared Garcia had 10 and 6 rebs.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Dec 13, 2017 4:17 am

Final Impressions from #CvC & #SRC

The 7th annual Scholar Roundball Classic and the 3rd annual Coaches vs. Cancer Classic are now in the books and while we’ve already recapped all of the action from Friday, Saturday, and Sunday there were also some lasting impressions to take from this full weekend of action.

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While Cormac Ryan and Milton Academy were unable to play due to the snow, four of New England’s other top ranked prospects were in action this weekend in Vermont Academy’s Simisola Shittu, Cushing Academy’s David Duke, Brimmer & May’s A.J. Reeves, and Northfield Mount Hermon’s Nate Laszewski and what is especially exciting about the top ranked players in this class is that they all keep evolving and taking their games to new heights. Shittu is the top ranked player in the class and he was dominant on Sunday to the tune of 33 points but the gap between him and his competitors isn’t as wide as it used to be. Duke’s body is transforming at a rapid rate, he’s stringing together more high level plays by the game, and, most impressively, he’s showing he can step into a leadership role and lead a young team to early success. Reeves has great size on the wing and a definite weapon from behind the three-point line but there’s also an inner desire and love for the game in him that makes you believe in him long-term. You can see the long hours he puts in the gym manifest themselves in added weapons and it’s a safe bet that’s only going to continue down the road. Laszewski has perhaps the best understanding of who he is and what is niche is and at 6-foot-9 with a great three-point stroke his game is a perfect fit for this era of basketball.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Dec 14, 2017 6:11 am

Yags’ Point Forward - Early Stock Risers

...Programs from outside of New England have also created some early buzz, which is great for the overall health of prep basketball. More legitimate programs, designed to truly develop players on the court and in the classroom, are popping up throughout the country and they are a welcomed sight for any competitor. Programs like Hargrave, Massanutten, Fork Union and IMG have ensured that our region’s programs never become complacent and have always created opportunities for young prospects across the country.

Our neighbors to the North have also realized the benefit of these programs and introduced their players to the process, playing a huge role in the expansion and establishment of some early-season showcases in New England. Coaches in our area better keep their collective heads on a swivel because Canada is clearly invested and developing talent at a rapid rate.

Put it all together and it equals high-level basketball being played more often in more areas of North America. It’s making the talent pool larger and allowing everyone to cast the net wider thanever before. As long as it continues to do so, I’ll welcome it with open arms.

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#PSAhoops Prep 112 @OSLBasketball 113 Akok Akok 21P 5R Osun Osunniyi 20P 12R Jose Perez 17P 9A Joshua Mballa 14P 11R Hassan Diarra 11P 6R 6A Gabe McGlothan 10P Kyle Lofton 9P 6R 4A 8S. Cam Gooden 8P
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