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 Ashley Burroughs, Parsippany has joined  the 1,000 point club.  Burroughs reached the milestone on Monday night in a loss against Fair Lawn and sank two free throws to hit 1,000 points.  (Daily Record, 2/14/13)
Taylor Hudspeth, Bishop Eustace
scored her 1,000th career point in a win over Cherry Hill East, 70-62, in an Olympic Conference inter-division game.The senior forward scored a game-high 26 points and scored 11 points in the fourth quarter. She reached the milestone on a free throw just before halftime. (1/31/13,

Henry ďHankĒ Corsale, basketball coach at the Academy of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Franklin Lakes and 84, has been coaching  before there was an organized team, uniforms were wool and sneakers didnít have brand logos.  He now coaches in the newly named Hank Corsale Court in the gymnasium of Academy of the Most Blessed Sacrament. (,  1/21/13)
H.S. boys basketball: Player from Red Bank Regional collapses, dies LITTLE SILVER ó Authorities say a New Jersey high school basketball player has died after collapsing during a team scrimmage.  But itís not yet clear what caused the death of Albert Martin, 17, a senior at Red Bank Regional High School, Monmouth County.  (North Jersey. com)

oach Paul Rodio, St. Augustine got career win No. 778 .  The victory gave coach Rodio sole possession of third place all-time in career wins in New Jersey high school boysí basketball history passing Camdenís Clarence Turner (775-146) for first place in South Jersey history with win No. 776.  (Courier Post 2/16/13)

Ariana Gomez, Garfield .The 5-foot-10 Gomez (22.6 points per game) has 1,100 career points and has a good chance to become the all-time leading scorer in program history.
(,  1/21/13)

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Nia Sheppard
North Plainfield, 2013

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2012-13 Season
Three pointers action:
Doane Academy
65, Girard 56: Davis Graham scored 33 points, including seven 3-pointers, as the Spartans earned a Penn-Jersey League win. Davis scored 25 points and hit six of those 3s in the first quarter, as Doane raced out to a 32-12 lead. (,  1/15/13 )
Medford Tech 74, Bordentown 46: Myles Powell had 29 points and six 3ís as the Jaguars rolled. Eli Cain chipped in with 22 points. Shane Jardine had 11 points for the Scotties.   (, 12/15/12)
 Jake Larsen, Warren Hills (2015) drilled his third 3-pointer of the night with eight seconds remaining in the second overtime as Warren Hills outlasted Voorhees 73-71 (12/19/12, Penn Live)
Brandon Ritter, Schalick sank seven three-pointers on his way to 23 points in a win over Glassboro, 68-59.  (, 1/29/13)

Leading scorers:
37-Julian Aiken, Randolph
had 37 points in the 73-70 win over Monroe.  (1/7/12, East Coast Index)
37- Ryan
Callahan, Warren Hills had  34 points, 17 rebounds and four blocked shots -- as well as two crowd-pleasing dunks -- a Warren Hills outlasted Voorhees 73-71  (12/19/12, Penn Live)
Davis Graham, Doane Academy
- (920 varsity points / 105 3 pointers) 2nd in county for both averaging 16.4 pts. a game. Had a 33pt game with 7 3ís
Tim Delaney, Pittman
(6'9") had 30 points, 21 rebounds and four assists as the Panthers seized control in the opening quarter and never took their foot off the pedal. They defeated Timber Creek 78-60)  (CourierPost online, 1/21/13)
Bishop Eustace 64, Camden Catholic 53:
Taylor Hudspeth collected 30 points for the Crusaders while Cara Rocabaldo led the Irish with 22.  (CourierPost online, 1/21/13)
Foul Shooting:
Rashone Damon, Cinnaminson only scored three points but the third one was the gameís biggest, coming with one second left on the fourth-quarter clock to earn a 63-62 win over Burlington County.  (, 12/15/12)
Noteworthy Stats:
, which goes nine deep, placed five players in double figures and posted a 74-58 decision over Bishop Ahr in a Greater Middlesex Conference-Blue Division clash in Carteret last night. 6-3 sophomore forward Jaquan Robertson led the way with 17 points and 10 rebounds. (Star, December 14, 2012)
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New Jersey: Players to Watch

Class of 2013: New Jersey-Players to Watch

Academy Charter,Avery Hopes, Quadree Washington
Bayonne, Garry Gaston, Biaggio Cancro
Camden, Joshua Devine
Cape May County Tech Hawks, Brandon Carrillo, Khali Wilson
Elijah Torres, Dominique Potter
Central Blue Devils
(Newark), Marcus Fleming
Xavier Wilson, Dan Haddon, Melissa Tarte, Jamie Campbell
Create Charter Crushers, Kenneth Sarrat
Delaware Valley (Frenchtown),
Pete Christ
Tim Marcey, Vishu Solanki
Delsea, Frederick Elleby, Ryan Colone, Nicole Carney
Dominick Rutigliano
Doane Academy, Davis Graham,
C J Lane, Tyler Carrington
Dumont, Gina Yannette, Reda Nicholson
East Side Red Raiders (Newark),
Will Joyce
Elmwood Park,
Andre Fraiser, Nick Smith
Isaiah York, Sarah Kelly, Candace Scott-Mason
Quinton Harris, Babajide Adebowale, Heather Horner
Fisher Charter, Butter Parkman
Nicole Jackson, Ryan Jackson
Gill St. Bernards
(Gladstone), Jaren Sina, Jon Schreer
Hackensack, Chris Myers, Gene Marshall, Taylor Farro
Haddonfield, Chris Biddle
Philip Habib, Josepj Frascella, Tara Terminello
Hudson Catholic
, Michael Young, Reggie Cameron, Rakwan Kelly, Sydney Stanton
John Adams Middle School (Edison), Justen Davis
Katzenbach, Faquan Howard, Charles Forestal, Nicole Baldwin
Keansburg, Tyler Walters, Dan Markulin
Kennedy Knights, Sammy Singletary
Kinnelon, Morgan Browning, Sean robbins, R J Giannetti, Evan Agirion
Lenape Valley, Scott Brady, Kenny Costa, John Leyden,Lindsay Sabo
Lawrenceville School, Lewis Hayes
Mahwah, Matt Busch, Greg Rozar, Cara Batelli, Christina Costantino
Manasquan, Jimmy Walsh, Norman Hobbie
Manchester Township Hawks, Sir Ismail, Harold Hester
Manchester Regional, Jamie Williams, Nazmi Maliqi
Morris Knolls, Brian O'Neill, Mike Singer, Julia Strother
Morristown-Beard, Chris Jenkins, Malik Valentine
Mountain Lakes, Chris Herring, Paul Tarnawski, Sarah Bozzo, Maddie Siebold
New Egypt Warriors, Bill Raab, Connor Lindsay, Alexa Magnetta, Shelby Goff
Neptune, Ivy Harrington
Newark Vocational, Jamal Smith
New Milford, Dante Tobler, Victoria Astillero
Newton, Danny Griffin, Liz Spence, Naherah Scott
North Plainfield, Nia Sheppard
North Warren, Brittany Lee
Ocean City, Julia Duggan (6'0), Named to East Coast Index "Top 25"--and  Named to NCC "Top 25"

Paramus Catholic Paladins, Luke Cervino
Palmyra, Zack Berry, Caliph Wright
Pascack Hills, Brian Horn, Andy Kovner, Marissa Moschella
Paterson Kennedy, Hassan Towns, Koryn Lawrence-Barrett, Morgan Taylor
Paterson Catholic Closed
Pennington, Marcus Fulmore, DeAndre Santos
Perth Amboy Tech, Kelvin Perez
Phillipsburg, Loren Kaiser
Piscataway, Jo Jo Hoover, Camisha Pierson, Kiki Bynes
Pompton Lakes, Gianpaolo Marchese, Gabi Revis

Princeton Day School, Davon Reed
Ramsey, Nicholas Schifano, Jacqueline Clinton, Taryn Corrigan
Randolph, Ryan Harris
Raritan, Tyler Gurczeski, Paul Coladonato
River Dell, Tim Barnes, Kayla McGovern
Saddle Brook, Andrew Dzeidzic, Alex Hernandez
Secaucas, Danielle Mitchell
Shabazz, Devon Greely
Snyder, James Richardson, Donovan Parker
South Hunterdon, Jake Phillips
South Plainfield, Kimberlee  Serrano
South River,
Tyler Harris and Timothy Darrar
Spotswood, Dalonte Grant, Jamal Lewis, Ally Herring
St. Benedicts (Newark), Tyler Ennis, Isaiah Watkins
St. John Vianney,  Kat Egan and Lyndsay Rowe
St. Maryís (NJ), Michael Moxley
Tenafly, Yaniv Cohen, Kyle Hioki, Steve Sobo
Union, Alexis Akridge
Union City, Rocco Timpone, Johny Rodriguez
Wallkill, Kodie Hilbert, Brian Niedergall, Andreanna Nordland
West Milford,
Quentin Pharis
West Morris Central High School, Chris Turrisi
Weehawken, Damien Correrdor, David Stranberg, Dante Ciieri, Nairobi Mesa
Westampton Tech: Shaun Russell, Marcus Stewart
Wood-Ridge,  Gary Whritenour, Michael Giboney



The Jackson Twins
Freehold, 2013



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Quentin Pharis
West Milford, 2013





Prof Blood and the Wonder Teams, the True Story of Basketball's First Great Coach, a book by Dr. "Chic" Hess.
Before Phog Allen, Adolf Rupp and John Wooden there was Professor Ernest Blood of Passaic, N.J., whose "Wonder Teams" still hold records. Prof Blood was the first great coach, but is largely overlooked by history.  Story, HERE

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Alekis Akridge
Union, 2013

Class of 2014: New Jersey-Players to Watch
Asbury Park, Thomond Hammary
Academy Charter, Steve Laborde
Becton, Jordan Elcock, Isiah Boone
Camden, Tavaris Headen
Cardinal McCarrick , Marques Townes
Cinnaminson, Rashone Damon, Naja Treadwell
Demarest, Cameron Koyama
Doane Academy, Chris Scott
Dumont, Tim King, Louis Francois
Ewing, Jasmine Murrill

Florence, Kaitlyn Poretti
Hackensack, Rashard Figures
Hopewell Valley, Austin Fellows
Hudson Catholic, Mikeera Brown
Hunterdon Central, Jeff Dzierzawiec
Katzenbach, Sunny Singh, Liliana Martinez
Lenape Valley, Marissa Quaglia
Quadri Moore
Old Bridge , Tyler Drews
Manasquan, Katelynn Flaherty

Morris Knolls, Jacie Cooper, Brianna Mott (Garden State Sharpshooters AAU)
New Egypt Warriors
, Bridgett Bulkalen
New Milford, Carly Kesko
Newton, Steven Kelly
North Hunterdon, Ryan McDowell

North Warren, Glen Nanius, Hunter Ackerman, Jamie Green
Nottingham , Shaquan Worthy
Palmyra, Sierra Foreman, Moriah Best
Pascack Hills, Brianna Musco
Phillipsburg, Rachel Edwards, Tyler Troxell, Danny Martin, Manny Cartegena
Piscataway, Marcus Freeney
Pompton Lakes, Drew Rayford, Adam Rayford
Ramsey, Ryan Blake
Randolph, Pat Archer, Michael Talbert
Saddle Brook, Nate Santacroce
South Hunterdon, Jake Whitaker, Lelie Brett, Chelsea O'Neal
Spotswood, Jake Dadika, Ashley Pina
Union City, Karina Garcia
Warren Hills, Darrien Pinkman
Weehawken, Elizabeth Tejada
West Milford, Luke Basket

Willingboro, Kara Cezar, Britney Bingham, Mya Moseley, Vanessa Francis

Class of 2015: New Jersey-Players to Watch
Bergan Tech,
Jenna Ramos
Becton, Juwan Elcock
Jaquan Robertson, Brandon Gilder
Savanna Edighoffer
Camden, Tavaris Headen
, Keith Braxton, Kayla Carney
Duane James
Lexi and Stella Mayer
Ewing, Trey Lowe
Freehold Borough
, Joshua Dixon
Hackensack, Jillian Baker
Haddonfield, Nick DePersia, Robbie DePersia
Hudson Catholic, Kristin Cunning
Katzenbach, Rebecca Adeyinka
Kinnelon, Domonique Wirsing
Lincoln, Isaac Neal
Manasquan, Marina Mabrey
Metochen St. Joseph, P J Strahm

Montclair,  Kayla Jennings
Montclair Immaculate, Pierre Gianni
Morris Knolls, Caroline Dunn
Morristown-Beard, Morgan Bartner
New Milford, Chaheen Payne
Newark Vocational, Aziz  Rogers-Cox
Paramus Catholic, Jalen Henriguez
Paterson Kennedy, Donte Wise
Phillipsburg, Jess Kovatch
Pius X, Brody Plante
Pompton Lakes,  Hannah Zadoyko
Kevin Kane
Ramsey, Danielle Dispoto
Red Creek Central, Jake Slobe
Secaucas, Julia McClure, Andie Lennon
Snyder, Janaya Shipman, Antoinette Shilol
Sparta, Mitch Cohen (leads the team in blocked shots, third in scoring, the team is 20-3)

St. Benedicts (Newark), Isaiah Briscoe
St. Peter's Prep, Jordan Harris
Tenafly, Dean Weiner
Union City, Darcel Wood, Jesebelle Lavander
West Milford, Luke Basket
Wood-Ridge, Karina Tayaba, Alisa Giordano

Class of 2016: New Jersey-Players to Watch
Nicholas DeBenedetto
Lincoln, Frank Darby
Penns Grove, Eli Richardson
Pennington School, Tyler Jones
Ramapo, Matt Latka
Warren Hills, John Bamford
Washington Township High School, Brianna Capacchione


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