After 24 days away, the Grizzlies can’t wait to restart the season tonight ASHLAND — Ashland senior Gabby Heiken couldn’t help but think about it after first hearing that the Grizzlies’ basketball season had been suspended earlier this month. “There was definitely a minute that went through my head, ohRead More →

Through: Ray Fisher Sunday January 23, 2022 | 11:01 a.m. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Baldwin’s Nathan Richards drives to the basket past Amere Brown of Woodland Hills December 13 during their game at Franklin Regional High School. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Baldwin’s Connor Gitzen celebrates with James Wesling after scoringRead More →

‘We’ over ‘me’ Randolph Roberts Brothers AAU didn’t care who was in charge that day. Sometimes Saylor, an unsuspecting playmaker, would take over games, Marty Craig said. Later, Grieger became “the tournament’s best player” in the past year, and Paul shone in other ways despite not being a primary goalscorer.Read More →

Hello again, friends and casual viewers, reading this to avoid the real work, and welcome to the very first Shot Takers of 2022. We were expecting this to be a very interesting men’s college basketball season full of contenders and of twists. So far it has delivered. The path toRead More →

BETHEL, NC (WITN) – North Pitt women’s basketball is having a great season. 11-2 so far with many of those wins over top programs in the upper classes. Much of their success has been senior leader Aquarius Pettaway. We feature it in this week’s Pepsi Sports Spotlight. “My brother playedRead More →

ALBANY – To get things back on track after a period of years without Albany and Siena’s men’s teams meeting, Saints’ athletic director John D’Argenio said a three-way deal years to renew the Albany Cup men’s basketball rivalry was an arrangement both and Great Danes sporting director Mark Benson “feltRead More →

Aiken High School basketball fans are invited to a special ceremony in January honoring women’s teams from the past. Members of the Aiken High School women’s basketball teams between 1963 and 1976, along with former coach Johanna Gibbs, will meet on Tuesday, January 11. “Gibbs was a pioneer in introducingRead More →

Even before the opening of the holiday basketball tournaments this week, Albemarle varsity teams both played and won championships in a two-day tournament hosted by Anson County last week. women’s basketball The Bulldogs opened the tournament with a 45-41 win over Christ the King High School in Huntersville. Amari Baldwin,Read More →