#NEHF - Sunday 10th Grade Social Media Blog
After an opening day that featured the very best programs from New England, New York and beyond, championship Sunday is now upon us at the Northeast Hoops Festival.
To keep up with all of Sunday's action you can either follow @NERRhoops, @hooprootz, @ZackSandberg, @ChrisGaynor9 and @AdamFinkelstein on twitter or you can continue to check back here throughout the course of the day:
Blown away by @WrightWaySkills 2021 wing Matt McCool. Once an exclusive big, now showing an improved jumper and can take his man off the dribble. Not many players with this size/skill at this age #NEHF 10th— Zack Sandberg (@ZackSandberg) April 7, 2019
6’8 rising stars wing Kyle Filipowski with the strong take. So much size and versatility. Will reclassify to 2022 next year and should be one to watch moving forward #NEHF 10th pic.twitter.com/8QZuF1AGY7— Zack Sandberg (@ZackSandberg) April 7, 2019
Team Showtime Guard Cole Duffett lead his team in scoring this afternoon in their wire-to-wire win. Did most of his damage from the second and third levels hitting timely shots late in the second half. #NEHF 10th @NERRHoops pic.twitter.com/C8dkl9zBs7— Chris Gaynor (@ChrisGaynor9) April 7, 2019
.@thebabc runs away with #NEHF championship in 10th grade division.— NERR (@NERRHoops) April 7, 2019
Dasonte Bowen, Aaron Cooley, & Josh Morissette played key roles.
Shea Doherty & Abdullah Mahamed showed huge upsides!
Nick Johnson, Matt Constant & Kekoa McArdle were steady all weekend long. pic.twitter.com/XanbsKTuOD
Undefeated championship weekend for Magic 10th Crotty at the ZG/NERR Northeast Hoops Festival! The terrific start to the season for this deep, balanced team continues! #MagicFamily #NEHF �� pic.twitter.com/C8sKz4tP9R— Middlesex Magic (@MiddlesexMagic) April 8, 2019