SAS Holiday Classic Results & All-Tournament Team

SAS Holiday Classic Results & All-Tournament Team

Posted Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

  St. Andrew’s athletic director and men’s basketball coach Michael Hart announced the recipients of the St. Andrew’s School Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team. The event began on Friday and extended through the evening on Sunday with a total of 19 games being played throughout the weekend. Results Friday, December 15th Worcester Academy 76 Brimmer & May 75 Leading Scorers – Paul Durkee, Worcester 14 points; A.J. Reeves, Brimmer, 33 points South Kent 96 Bradford Christian-81 Leading Scorers – Malachi de… READ MORE >

Jones Makes Pick

Jovan Jones 2018

Posted Monday, December 18th, 2017

Belmont Hill School senior Jovan Jones is headed to play his college basketball at Williams College for the next four years. Williams is the top ranked liberal arts school in the country according to U.S. News and World Report. They also have an extremely proud tradition on the hardwood having been to three Final Fours since 2010 and five since 2003. Jones is a longtime product of the Mass Rivals program who earned a number of division I scholarship offers… READ MORE >

NEPSAC C & D Previews

Charles Coleman 2019

Posted Sunday, December 17th, 2017

With a rush of the top programs from previous years having now moved up a division, Class C isn’t what is used to be. Nevertheless, there are still a handful of talented programs to be found within their ranks. Class is potentially even more scarce and yet there are still some diamonds in the rough to be found. Here’s a look at some of the teams that could be competing for a NEPSAC championship in those two divisions when the… READ MORE >

Yarmouth & Blue Wave Forward is Brandeis Bound

Nolan Hagerty 2018

Posted Friday, December 15th, 2017

Yarmouth High School and Blue Wave forward Nolan Hagerty announced his commitment to Brandeis on Friday. Hagerty is a 6-foot-6 forward with an inside-out skill set. He handles and passes the ball extremely well for his size and can also stretch the floor to the arc. He also has a little bit of sneaky bounce in the open floor as seen in this clip from last season. Nolan Hagerty (2018) with a poster DUNK! Why Jump?? #watchyourhead @MBRmaine @hagerty_nolan @weezyphresh14… READ MORE >

NEPSAC B Preview

Justin Connolly 2018

Posted Thursday, December 14th, 2017

The 2017-2018 season is shaping up to be an especially competitive one in Class B as the overall depth of the group will be significantly higher with new programs like Holderness, St. Luke’s, Greens Farms Academy, and Hamden Hall all joining the field. The two-time defending champions, Brooks School, remains the favorite though with unmatched experience and depth. Their progression up the Class B ranks has been a straight linear one with Final Four appearances in 2011, 2012, and 2013… READ MORE >

Yags’ Point Forward - Early Stock Risers

Yags’ Point Forward - Early Stock Risers

Posted Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

New England prep programs are now getting into the heart of their schedules and, with most of the region’s top prospects committed to their future college programs, the focus has turned to team success. It’s more about defining roles within the given system than showcasing individual talent and the players who adjust accordingly will see their stock continue to rise. Programs from outside of New England have also created some early buzz, which is great for the overall health of… READ MORE >

NEPSAC A Preview

NEPSAC A Preview

Posted Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

One of the best kept secrets about New England prep school basketball is its depth. Even the casual local fans have heard of most AAA schools or some of the top players to come out of the AA ranks. What most don’t realize is that Class A is also loaded with talent. Consider this, in recent years alone the third highest league in the NEPSAC has produced one-and-done NBA first round draft picks, numerous high-major prospects, and consensus top 100… READ MORE >

Final Impressions from #CvC & #SRC

Final Impressions from #CvC & #SRC

Posted Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

  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. Stars Star 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… READ MORE >

Scholar Roundball Classic - Sunday Recap

Scholar Roundball Classic - Sunday Recap

Posted Monday, December 11th, 2017

  An exciting weekend of basketball came to an end on Sunday at Babson College with seven more games at the Scholar Roundball Classic in front of colleges ranging from the likes of Notre Dame, California, UConn, Providence, and Davidson all the way to academic division III schools like Colby, Connecticut College, Hamilton, WPI, and numerous others. There were also several coaches in attendance from Ivy and Patriot schools including the head coaches at Yale, Harvard, Brown, and Holy Cross.… READ MORE >

Scholar Roundball Classic - Saturday Recap

Scholar Roundball Classic - Saturday Recap

Posted Sunday, December 10th, 2017

  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… READ MORE >

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