#NEHF - Sunday Varsity Division Twitter Blog
Championship Sunday at the 11th annual Northeast Hoops Festival hit eastern Massachusetts on Sunday and once again the New England Recruiting Report was out in full force to cover all of the action.
If you missed any of Saturday's action in the varsity division, a twitter blog style recap can be found here, while you Sunday's road to a championship was covered in real time on social media by @NERRhoops, @hooprootz, @mdimartino203, @Sully_ZG, @ChrisGaynor9, @MikeYagmiNERR, and @AdamFinkelstein.
When it was all said and done the very best talent, from across New York and New England, was on display while Rhode Island Elite stole the show with perhaps the programs defining moment so far as they scored three wins over some of the region's top programs to take the varisty division national championship on Sunday. Metro Boston, Wright Way Skills, and New York Gauchos. In the American division, Middlesex Magic Kedner took the championship to keep the program's medaling streak alive at the #NEHF.
Here's a look back at the action:
6’4” Damani Scott ‘19 (@d23scott) is having himself a great weekend at @NERRHoops #NEHF!— Rise Above Basketball (@Rise_AboveBball) April 15, 2018
A high level athlete who can handle it in the backcourt and create for others ��#RABFamily pic.twitter.com/O7FZcBVpy2
From top to bottom, @NewHeightsNYC made their case as one of the most talented squads at the 2018 @NERRHoops @ZeroGravityBB Northeast HoopFest. Iden Tretout, Precious Achiouwa, RJ Davis, Lester Quinones and Co. went on a late run to seal the deal vs a prepared Team NE squad... pic.twitter.com/Rwv3605hEP— Mike Yagmin (@MikeYagmiNERR) April 15, 2018
Been very impressed with Tyson Etienne today. Has developed into high level shot-maker. https://t.co/oAzjXlSKjN— Adam Finkelstein (@AdamFinkelstein) April 15, 2018