Evan Dumaine BIO
information for Evan Dumaine-Class of 2023
Evan began his High School Basketball journey in Tallulah Falls School,
Tallulah Falls, Georgia his 9th grade year. He is an eclectic player as a
Small Forward with Big abilities. He made his Varsity debut when moving to
PA his Sophomore year at Mount Calvary Christian School in Elizabethtown.
Currently on Max Preps with his former PA school, Mount Calvary Christian
in Elizabethtown for 20-21 and 21-22 for his Sophomore and Junior Season,
putting up an average of 18.8 points, 8.3 rebounds per game. Evan helped
lead his team to the Elite 8 for his conference, last year, the farthest
MCCS has gone in its school history. Evan showed his perseverance against
Nativity BVM during MCCS' final playoff game with 16 points, 1 assist and 5
Another notable game for Evan last year was his numbers during league
tournament play against Lancaster Country Day where he had scored 37 points
and 21 rebounds. Evan is currently on the precipice of 1,000 points for his
Varsity career. Evan was honored to make First Teams in his Divisional
Conference, 2nd Teams All State in 21-22 school year.
Evan has been invited to four Elite 60 Shoot Outs and has enjoyed meeting
new athletes, as well as being coached by wonderful coaches at these events.
Evan's intent is to continue his Senior year and Varsity Boys Basketball
career at Monadnock Regional HS in
Swanzey, New Hampshire. His family's home state, and where Evan was
born. He has spent this past summer working with members of MRHS Boys
Basketball team program, and attending their Summer League in Gardner,
Evan will also be playing AAU 17U tournament ball in and around Boston,
Massachusetts before the school ball season begins in November. Having now
played AAU ball in and around Atlanta, Ga, South Carolina, PA and soon to be
Evan will miss the Southern PA area this coming year, but would love to
return to attend College and play Basketball if it's in the cards after
graduation in 2023.
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