The Basketball Website
Website Editor: Bill Gaffey,  wgaffey@pa.net    -717-545-0872

All Star Weekend-  April 7th and 8th at Harrisburg Christian Athletic Center.  The largest event on the East Coast for graduating seniors- featuring players from 6 states in 10 games!! All-Star Acceptance Form Call Mike Gaffey,  717-903-0732

2017 AAU Tournaments-
April 1 and 2 (@Steel High)
April 22 and 23 (@ Steel High)
April 29 and 30 (@Steel High)
June 24 and 25 (@ Lancaster Bible College)
Contact Mike Gaffey 717-903-0732
or email MGaffey@shsd.k12.pa.us
(Feb 6, 2017) Breaking News
Chandler Enos,  Turkeyfoot Valley H. S. set
a new Pennsylvania state record  in a 79-22 win
over Salisbury with 14 3-point field goals,
(Credit: Jeff Maurer, Somerset Daily American Sports Editor)
See  -Three Point Records  Turkeyfoot Valley H. S. is in District 5 in Western Pennsylvania  south of Johnstown on State Route 523

Featuring the 1917-18 Hazelton Team

 State Rankings  1/30/17       Credit: Dave Burman



Hall of Fame

All-State Teams
1938 to 1956

THE 2000 Point
Scoring Club

  Players scoring 50 points
or more in one game


1-Basketball Records

Coaching Records

Three Point Records

4-PCIAA Records

5-Overtime  Records  

6-Comeback Records  

Pennsylvania Sports Pages

Basketball Links

"Dynamic Duos" HERE

PIAA 2016 Tournament Coverage

 The PIAA Website

PIAA  Records


 Best male players
 under 5'10" to play the game

Memorable games in 

Basketball Obituaries   rr

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Basketball Links

County by County

The Landolfi Report for District 5 and 6
by Joe Landolfi,  Mr Basketball for Central Pennsylvania

Singing the National Anthem

Delaware Basketball

 Now Accepting Applications

Top International Player will attend the May 21 Big 60 College Exposure Showcase

Laura Barhacs
6'2 -2019
Ady Endre H S, Dunakeszi, Hungary,  a foreign exchange student at Williamsburg HS (PA)-1/30/17 had 31 pts and 15 rebounds

Our Big 60 Alumni Honor Roll

Tyler Bertram,  Cooperstown (NY)
broke another record, scoring a season-high 46 points in the 83-59 win over  Herkimer (NY) 2/1/17.  Tyler was previously named as a BIG 60 MVP

Halle Herrington, Philipsburg-Osceola -43 points leads girls basketball over HarmonyHalle Herrington, who was previously named as a BIG 60 MVP had a career night for Philipsburg-Osceola girls’ basketball in a win  over Harmony in the West Branch Tournament.

Brandon Starr, Garnet Valley senior  is averaging 19.4 PPG. Garnet Valley is 13-7 on the season and will make the District-1 6A tournament.FINAL:

Rylee Derr, Warwick, a former Big 60 standout committed to Kutztown University.

Kasey Engle, Tyrone is now the all time leading scorer in Tyrone boys & girls basketball history, beating the career record of 1747, after the Tyrone Lady Eagles 64, Penns Valley 49 win.

Brock Burleigh, Mansfield (PA)  recorded his 500th career rebound in the 68-54 win over Athens on Jan 25

6’10 Jon Bol Ajak, Church Farm (PA) controlled both ends on the boards as  they defeated Holy Ghost Prep

Devin Nicholson, St. Joseph by-the-Sea (NY) had 32 to help in the 81-66 win over Tottenville

Frankie Plowman, Saltsburg (PA) had  21 points to lead the Trojans  in a 73- 41 win over United who improved to 17-1.

Madison Shetrom, Altoona (PA). was named MVP in the Sheetz for the Kids Holiday Basketball Tournament

Alex Sebastiani, River Dell (NJ) has had two 20-point games," the coach said. "He had a big game at Ramsey and he had the game winner against Pascack Hills."

Karson Swogger Bellwood,  became the all-time leading scorer in Blair County High School history hitting for 2,188 points and counting as a Lady Blue Devil.

Ike Onwuka, Patriot (Nokesville, VA) had 21 in the Stonewall Jackson game.

Preston Hickman, DAPSS (DE), Scored his 1,000th career point in the second quarter and finished with 24 points as the Eagles knocked off Red Lion Christian Academy 68-64

Lili Benzel,  Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic (PA), scored 1756 career points and counting becoming the all time leader at BG.

Jeremy Breier, Ridgway had 33 points in a 4 overtime PIAA playoff game.  His team Ridgway lost 60-58 to Homer Center.  Jeremy was a Big 60 MVP.

All Previous Big 60


 previous shootouts from 2016 all the way back to 2004

The May 17, 2015 Showcase made the Guinness Book of World Records, the response
 by college basketball coaches was over whelming- 1,105 total college coaches watched

click here for the list
click here for the list

On Nov 6, 2016,  1,117 college coaches watched!!
All your games placed on YOUtube!!
All your games live streamed!!
Guaranteed exposure!!

Big 60 Showcases 2017

Spring Elite Spotlight I-  May 21, Lancaster Bible College  application
Horst Athletic Center, 901 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA 17601
Spring Elite Spotlight II-
June 18,  Lancaster Bible College  application
Horst Athletic Center, 901 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA 17601

Fall Elite Spotlight I-  -Aug 20,  Spooky Nook Sports Complex application
2913 Spooky Nook Rd, Manheim, PA 17545

Fall Elite Spotlight II-   Oct 15,  Spooky Nook Sports Complex application
2913 Spooky Nook Rd, Manheim, PA 17545

"Cream of the Crop"--Nov 5,  Spooky Nook Sports Complex   application
2913 Spooky Nook Rd, Manheim, PA 17545

No other event in the USA, AAU, Shootout, etc gets the college looks that the Big 60 does!!

Girl's Class of 2020 Honor Roll List

GametimePA Website



A record number of women's college coaches signed in to watch the November 6, 2016 Big 60 "Cream of the Crop" College Exposure Basketball Showcase.  634 women's college basketball coaches were watching.  The previous record was 527 set on May 15, 2015.
This list is always posted at the Showcase.

15th Annual PA / MD Basketball Camp
2017 dates:  July 23rd to July 27th


the Big 60
The top college exposure showcase
in the USA
- use this rubric


August 14, 2016
-453 men's coaches watched
-229 women's coaches watched
June 19, 2016
-402 men's coaches watched
-249 women's coaches watched
May 15, 2015    RECORD
-589 men's coaches watched
-527 women's coaches watched

BOY'S LIST              GIRL'S LIST
589 men's coaches    527 women's coaches



 1,115 schools need players-How many have seen you?
Division I Schools -347
Division II Schools - 317
Division III Schools -451
"better than NCAA certified"

 NCAA certified means coaches can go, it does not mean they will go-, coaches still have to actually travel there and attend the event- with our "live streaming" they watch in their office on their laptop-that's why we get more college coaches watching than other events and more players get contacte


Pennsylvania  HERE     
    MD/DC/VA   HERE         
New Jersey



Game MVP's are interviewed on our nationwide televised internet network


Malik McKinney,
Indian Creek College Prep, Maryland

Twice  MVP
August 14, Game 1, #117
also MVP on
November 6, Game 3, #99

15th Annual PA / MD Basketball Camp
2017 dates:  July 23rd to July 27th