ESPN Networks 2008-09 H.S. TV Schedule

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ESPN Network TV SCHEDULE 2008-09 High School Basketball

Dec. 11 Bishop McGuinnes (OK) vs. Putnam City (OK) 7:30 p.m. ESPNU

Dec. 11 Lincoln (NY) vs. Duncanville (TX) 9:30 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 23 Bank of America City of Palms Classic 3rd Place Game 3 p.m. ESPNU

Dec. 23 Bank of America City of Palms Classic Championship Game 5 p.m. ESPNU

Jan. 15 South Atlanta (GA) vs. LeFlore (AL) 9 p.m. ESPN2

Jan. 19 Putnam City (OK) vs. St. Anthony (NJ) 10 a.m. ESPNU

Jan. 19 Wheeler (GA) vs. St. Benedict’s (NJ) 12 p.m. ESPNU

Jan. 19 LeFlore (AL) vs. Lincoln (NY) 2 p.m. ESPNU

Jan. 19 Mater Dei (CA) vs. Whitney Young (Ill) 4 p.m. ESPNU

Jan. 23 Fairfax (CA) vs. San Diego (CA) 9:30 p.m. ESPN2

Feb. 7 De La Salle (CA) vs. Dominguez (CA) 10 p.m. ESPNU

Feb. 7 St. Benedict’s (NJ) vs. Mater Dei (CA) 12 a.m. ESPNU

Feb. 13 Lincoln (NY) vs. St. Patrick (NJ) 7 p.m. ESPN2

Feb. 17 DeMatha (MD) vs. Bishop O’Connell (VA) 9 p.m. ESPNU

Mar. 6 Oak Hill Academy (VA) vs. Montrose Christian (MD) 7 p.m. ESPN2

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New England Adidas 150 Phenom Camp Information

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NE Phenom 150

NE Phenom 150

It’s that time again for the 2nd annual New England Adidas 150 exposure camp! This event will bring in some of the top talent in region to compete against one another to prove themselves.

Scouting services scheduled to attend Hoopscooponline, Hoopville, New England Recruiting Report, Capitol Region Hoops and Premo Hoops Recruiting.

Here is the camp details and Info, this camp will take place on October 11 & 12th @ Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston, MA. The address is 1350 Tremont St. Boston, MA. The cost is $ 195.00 for 2 days and begins Saturday 8 am to 4 pm and again Sunday 8 am to 4 pm. The players eligable for this camp are 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th graders.

2008 GymRat Midnight Madness All-American Game Rosters

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GymRat Midnight Madness

GymRat Midnight Madness

The 2008 GymRat Midnight Madness takes place today at Cherry Hill East High School beginning at 2 p.m. Here are the rosters for the JR. All-American game and the All-American game.

Junior All-American Game

(Red)

Tyrone Garland, Anthony Cannon, Dion Hudson, Rakeem Brookins, Derrick Williams, Luke Piotrowski, Aaron Brown, Shaquille Duncan and Juan’ye Green.

(White)

Shannon Givens, Jacob Horton, Reggie Groves, Trevor Cooney, Savon Goodman, Markus Kennedy, Khalil Murphy, Derrick Parsley and Malcolm Gilbert.

All-American Game

(Red)

Cezar Guerrero (St. John Bosco, Calif., 2011), Josh Freelove (Fort Lauderdale, Fla, 2010), Dion Waiters (Burlington NJ Life Center, 2010), Max Hooper (San Jose Valley Christian, 2010), Daniel Alexander (Dripping Springs, Texas, 2010), John Johnson (Girard College HS, 2011) and Aaric Murray (Glen Mills, 2009).

(White)

Stevie Taylor (Ghana, Ohio High, 2011), Tony Chenault (Neumann-Goretti, 2010), Maalik Wayns (Roman Catholic, 2009, Isaiah Philmore (John Carroll, 2009), Khalief Wyatt (Norristown, Pa, 2009), Devin Long (Crockett, Mich, 2009), Matt Piotrowski (Atlantic Christian, 2009) and Dominic Cheek (St. Anthony, 2009).

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Keith “Tiny” Gallon Changing Plans Headed Back To Oak Hill

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Keith “Tiny” Gallon has decided to return to Oak Hill Academy for his senior season. He had said earlier in the summer that he would be leaving Oak Hill Academy to attend Word of God Christian in Raleigh, NC. I spoke with “Tiny” yesterday and he told me that “he was staying and that Oak Hill was like a family.” He also added that “Coach Steve Smith is a real cool coach”.

He also updated me on his latest recruiting news saying his school list consist of Oklahoma, UCLA, CAL, USC and UNLV. Oklahoma is still the leader to land his services for next year with the others still in the mix.

He is going to be joined at (Oak Hill Academy, VA) by newcomers Doron Lamb (Bishop-Loughlin, NY) from Class of 2010 and Tommy-Mason Griffin (Madison, TX) from Class of 2009.

John Wall (Word of God Christian Academy, NC) Sets-Up Visits

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John Wall the # 1 (PG) in the country has just finished up a very successful summer on the AAU circuit and has now decided to focus on recruiting setting up his official visits.

In the next couple of weeks he will visit Memphis, Kansas and Oregon on official visits with Kentucky and Baylor to setup dates in the near future. There are also a few schools who will receive un-official visits from Wall, which include N.C. State and Oklahoma State.

According to Wall’s travel team coach Brian Clifton of D-One Sports, a Sept. 12 official visit to Memphis is first on the docket followed by a Sept. 19 trip to Kansas. Then Wall will travel to Oregon on Oct. 3 and likely will be at Kentucky one week later. A date has not yet been set for the final official visit to Baylor.

After Baylor went out and hired Dwon Clifton the brother of Brian Clifton and AAU coach of John Wall everyone assumed that a verbal commitment to Baylor would follow quickly after. That has not been the case in the weeks after the hire. Only time will tell where he will end up playing his college basketball next season.

2008 Bank of America City of Palms Classic

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2008 Tournament Teams

American Heritage HS (Plantation, Florida), 19-9: Kenny Boynton, HoopScoop’s No. 2-rated junior, had a 61-point game at last year’s COP, and is joined by pint-sized Ray Taylor.

Arlington Country Day (Jacksonville, Florida), 22-6: Apaches have won four consecutive state championships and boast 6-9 Wally Judge, Rivals.com’s 26th-rated junior.

Briarcrest HS (Memphis, Tennessee), 22-12: Leslie McDonald, HoopScoop’s 15th-rated junior, teamed with fellow juniors Johnny Williams and Gregg Wooten to win state title.

Dunbar HS (Fort Myers, Florida), 21-8: Tigers reached 3A state tourney behind sophomore David Paulk & juniors Melvin German, Dontel Singleton and Jeffrey Evans.

Duncanville HS (Duncanville, Texas), 36-2: Shawn Williams and Roger Franklin, both national top-75 juniors, are 75-2 with only one in-state loss during the past two seasons.

Fayette County HS (Fayetteville, Georgia), 23-10: Tigers rode 6-6 consensus top-30 junior Noel Johnson (25 ppg, 9 rpg, 3.6 apg) all the way to the Class AAAA state-title game.

Fort Myers HS (Fort Myers, Florida), 26-4: Green Wave reached Class 5A regional semis and will build around junior big men Josh Nicholas (6-11) and Steve Spline (6-7).

Lincoln HS (Brooklyn, New York), 28-4: Lance Stephenson, HoopScoop’s No. 1-rated junior, has led the Railsplitters to three consecutive city championships.

Mater Dei HS (Santa Ana, California), 35-1: Monarchs could be nation’s preseason No. 1 team, led by 6-9 brothers David & Travis Wear, who have committed to North Carolina.

Olympia HS (Orlando, Florida), 24-3: Titans won Tampa Hoops Classic and are state’s top young team, led by juniors Dexter Fields, William Green, Jamel Marshall and Martell Blue.

Roman Catholic HS (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 19-6: Cahillites, upset in the Catholic playoffs after a 14-0 regular-season, boast HoopScoop’s No. 11 junior, Malik Wayns.

St. Patrick HS (Elizabeth, New Jersey), 25-5: Kevin Boyle’s Celtics will make record eighth City of Palms appearance, powered by consensus top-10 junior Dexter Strickland.

Westchester HS (Los Angeles, California), 28-5: Comets will put their 14-0 City of Palms record on the line, led by national top-5 sophomore Dwayne Polee.

Wheeler HS (Marietta, Georgia), 30-3: Highly touted juniors Ari Stewart and Richard Howell will be trying to give Coach Doug Lipscomb his fifth state title in 16 seasons.

Winter Park HS (Winter Park, Florida), 28-2: Wildcats won first 21 games and return national top-25 freshman Austin Rivers, son of Boston Celtics coach Glenn “Doc” Rivers.

2008 Sunshine Teams

Bishop Verot HS (Fort Myers, Florida), 16-11: Host school loses a lot of size, but return juniors Brennen Melvin and Ettiene Effenberg, plus sophomore Jacquard Hagan.

Dwyer HS (Palm Beach Gardens, Florida), 24-4: Panthers return 14 of 15 players, including 6-1 junior Ramon Galloway and 6-3 freshman Jacoby Brissett.

Montverde Academy (Montverde, Florida), 24-5: Nationally regarded Eagles program will build around 6-11 Ruslan Pateev and 6-foot Dmitry Zimin, both juniors.

North Port HS (North Port, Florida), 20-7: Shaun Noriega is widely regarded as Southwest Florida’s top junior, and will lead the Bobcats to their first-ever City of Palms.

For Tournament and Ticket Information Call:

Ron Riley, Executive Director, 239-671-9347
Kristi Hurd, Event Coordinator, 239-850-1707

For Tournament Team Information (Coaches) Call:

Donnie Wilkie, VP, 941-456-9388

2008 GymRat Midnight Madness

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