#NEHF - Saturday Varsity Division Twitter Blog
The 11th 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, @mdimartino203, @Sully_ZG, @ChrisGaynor9, @MikeYagmiNERR, 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.
Here's a look at the content from the varsity division:
Salmon Cheema of Boston Blazers and Newton South HS is a lead guard who has a great feel for the game and makes his teammates better. Underrated 2019 prospect. #NEHF varsity pic.twitter.com/locXf9ijCT— Michael B. DiMartino (@mdimartino203) April 14, 2018
Noah Kamba (@KambnoTrio) took control early and created for his @WrightWaySkills Bros often at the 2018 @NERRHoops Northeast HoopFest. Charles Coleman & Tayler Mattos scored at every level while Jordan Mason & Alex Stoddard drilled 3’s from beginning-to-end in two big wins... pic.twitter.com/frarDd7jUX— Mike Yagmin (@MikeYagmiNERR) April 14, 2018
Joe Manfredi & James St. Pierre, both of whom have 4.0 GPAs, scored 24 & 23 points respectively for Academic Basketball Club. pic.twitter.com/j4arzpmnLF— NERR (@NERRHoops) April 14, 2018
Tyson Walker (@TysonWalker13) has single-handedly kept @_TeamNewEngland in the game against a stacked New Heights squad. The shifty floor general is showing off EVERY aspect of his game here at the 2018 @NERRHoops @ZeroGravityBB Northeast HoopFest... pic.twitter.com/5xiDVkYyBK— Mike Yagmin (@MikeYagmiNERR) April 15, 2018