#NEHF - Saturday PM 9th Division Social Media Blog
The 12th annual Northeast Hoops Festival takes place this weekend throughout Eastern Massachusetts.
The New England Recruiting Report is out in full force, with scouts at every location. To keep up with all the action you can either follow @NERRhoops, @hooprootz, @ZackSandberg, @ChrisGaynor9 and @AdamFinkelstein on twitter or you can continue to check back here throughout the day as our annual twitter blogs will consolidate all of our coverage in one location.
You can even join in on the dialogue as well by tweeting at @NERRhoops, using the hashtage #NEHF, and letting us know which division you're watching.
Click here to see the 9th grade twitter blog from the first half of the day and check out the most recent content in that division below:
NY Gauchos swingman James Morakis scored at all three levels in a wire-to-wire team win this afternoon. Strong physical frame with shooting touch and a developed handle. #NEHF 9th @NERRHoops pic.twitter.com/Vhz7KLO9re— Chris Gaynor (@ChrisGaynor9) April 6, 2019
NY Gauchos Guard Michael Carothers set the pace/tempo offensively in his teams win this afternoon. Displayed scoring ability in open floor at the rim and from mid range- high level of court awareness to match. #NEHF 9th @NERRHoops pic.twitter.com/xCje9UYI8i— Chris Gaynor (@ChrisGaynor9) April 6, 2019
Expressions Elite’s Troy Mckoy Jr was unstoppable attacking the basket this afternoon- high motor and with good size for his age developing into a position-less player. #NEHF 9th @NERRHoops pic.twitter.com/im52Z90TpV— Chris Gaynor (@ChrisGaynor9) April 6, 2019
Team Sims Guard Phillip Roberts paced his team to a win this afternoon with his shooting ability from the second and third levels. High motor defensively as well. #NEHF 9th @NERRHoops pic.twitter.com/Za3tjfkWJY— Chris Gaynor (@ChrisGaynor9) April 6, 2019
SECC Foreard Will Johnson Jr. helped lead his team to a win this afternoon with his relentless work on the offensive and defensive glass. He paced his team in scoring as well. #NEHF 9th @NERRHoops pic.twitter.com/2SkNnSzwTW— Chris Gaynor (@ChrisGaynor9) April 6, 2019
Boston Bobcats swingman Reid Ducharme showcased a creative scoring skill set from the second and third levels. Lanky athlete with a little bounce as well. #NEHF 9th @NERRHoops pic.twitter.com/NxzBxqq16l— Chris Gaynor (@ChrisGaynor9) April 6, 2019
Really impressed with swingman KC Ugwuakazi. Long athletic 6’3-6’4” frame with handle and a great ability to take the ball to the rack for Reign Elite. #NEHF 9th @NERRHoops pic.twitter.com/zEemEkFa9e
— Chris Gaynor (@ChrisGaynor9) April 7, 2019