By: Chris Harlan Thursday March 31, 2022 | 6:06 p.m. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review PIAA Executive Director Bob Lombardi talks to Michael Hawkins (right) during the State Basketball Championships Saturday at the Giant Center in Hershey. Philadelphia teams joined the PIAA basketball playoffs less than two decades ago, and DistrictRead More →

Seventh grade girls from Crook County Middle School headline a successful season for youth basketball in Prineville. Five Crook County youth basketball programs have qualified to compete in recent state tournaments. The most successful of these teams was Crook County Middle School’s seventh-grade girls’ team, which went 4–0 in theirRead More →

BOYS DIVISION III Co-Players of the Year Ryan Blakey, Fairfax Christian; Trey Gillenwater, Eastern Mennonite. Other first-team selections Josiah Banks. Roanoke Catholic; Mike Christenson, Trinity at Meadow View; Alejandro Ford, Wakefield School; Reuben McEachern, Carmel; Samuel Neaves, Chapel of Christ; James Patterson, Church Hill; Khalil Ward, Richmond Christian second teamRead More →

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. Five local men’s basketball programs are looking for new coaches. Thousand Oaks, Cleveland, Moorpark, San Fernando and Simi Valley all have coaching vacancies to fill. Rich Endres, who completed his 25th year as head of Thousand Oaks,Read More →

Waseca County News’ All-Area Basketball Teams and Honorable Mentions highlights top men’s basketball players from the Waseca Bluejays, New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva Panthers and Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton Bulldogs. The season averages read as follows: points per game (PPG), rebounds per game (RPG), assists per game (APG), steals per game (SPG) and blocks per gameRead More →

For a while earlier this year, it looked like the COVID-19 pandemic might call for another Atlantic University Sports (AUS) championship weekend for the Memorial Sea-Hawks. The school took a little longer than others to resume in-person classes after the Christmas break, which sparked some concern among athletes and coachesRead More →

FIRST TEAMPlayer of the Year: John Shea, Edward Little, Senior, ForwardJace Bessey, Spruce Mountain, freshman, guardTeigan Pelletier, Oxford Hills, Junior, ForwardLevi Tibbetts, Lisbon, Junior, ForwardCharlie Houghton, Dirigo, junior, striker SECOND TEAMDavid Omasombo, Lewiston, senior guardMalik Foster, Lewiston, senior guardColby Dillingham, Oxford Hills, Senior, CenterJay Hawkes, Gray-New Gloucester, senior guardHunter Gibson,Read More →

FIRST TEAMName, team, class, PositionPlayer of the Year: Sierra Carson, Oxford Hills, Junior, GuardElla Pelletier, Oxford Hills, rookie, forwardFall Freeman, Mountain Valley, Senior, GuardWinnie Larochelle, Rangeley, Senior, GuardJaydn Pingree, Spruce Mountain, sophomore, guard SECOND TEAMName, team, class, PositionMorgan Zetts, Telstar, sophomore, guardMolly Corbett, Oxford Hills, junior, guardJayce Brophy, Dirigo, Junior,Read More →

FARMVILLE, Va. (WWBT) — As the Longwood University men’s basketball team took to the court for their first appearance at the NCAA Tournament on Thursday afternoon, dozens of fans cheered for their team inside Upchurch University Center at Longwood University in Farmville. Dozens of students, faculty and staff wore theirRead More →

FARMVILLE, Va. (WWBT) — As the Longwood University men’s basketball team took to the court for their first appearance at the NCAA Tournament on Thursday afternoon, dozens of fans cheered for their team inside Upchurch University Center at Longwood University in Farmville. Dozens of students, faculty and staff wore theirRead More →

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The City Section released the All-City Selections for boys’ and girls’ basketball this week. In men’s basketball, selections for the Open Division team included Taft’s AJ Johnson and Keyon Kensie, Birmingham Charter’s Kory Blunt and Larry Olayinka,Read More →

The Tacoma Community College (TCC) men’s and women’s basketball teams have earned a spot in the AFAC tournament, which will be held March 17-20 and March 26-27 at the Walt Price Fitness Center at Everett Community College. The event will be streamed live on the AFAC website. Titan women’s basketballRead More →

South Portland High’s John Wassenbergh, left, and Jeff Hogan cut the net after the team’s five-overtime victory over Bangor in the Class A men’s basketball state championship game on March 14, 1992. John Ewing/Staff File Photo The 1992 South Portland boys’ basketball team finally has championship company. For three decades,Read More →

The Bi-County County Bulldogs, Lee County SEA and CDH Education Center competed in a Special Olympics Region A basketball competition at Dixon High School on Jan. 15. Bi-County Bulldogs athletes. Front row (left to right): Marshall Armstrong, Nora Kasinger, Ashley Ogburn, Embrey Toppert, Iligah Williams, Collin Mealing, Kaleb Lewis, TayshonnRead More →

The city celebrated both teams. Festive sirens pushed the heroes down Farmville’s main street as residents clutched blue and white balloons and waved homemade signs: “WELCOME TO CHAMPIONS HOUSE! » Longwood University made college sports history this week when the women’s and men’s basketball teams won the Deep South Championships,Read More →

Before practice began on Monday afternoon, Madison boys basketball coach Damien Mobley took the ball from last weekend’s regional tournament and went to add it to the near-box with trophies in his crowded office. Long rows of shelves behind Mobley’s desk have provided ample storage space over the years forRead More →

For the first time in the 1940s-more year history of northeast-10 VSIn the conference, one university won both the women’s and men’s basketball championships in the same season: Bentley University. The Falcons made history Sunday with the women’s 56-49 win over Stonehill College and the men’s 68-62 win over FranklinRead More →

FARMVILLE, Va. (WWBT) – These are exciting times for Longwood University! Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams will travel to the NCAA for the first time in school history. Both Lancers won the Big South Tournament this weekend to secure their place in the tournament. For the men’s game,Read More →

NORTHAMPTON — Two years ago, the Smith College basketball team’s journey to the NCAA Division 3 Women’s Sweet 16 came to a screeching halt with the advent of the pandemic. Now, with another opportunity before them, the Pioneers have no trouble embracing the “unfinished business” theme. Smith opened a closeRead More →

Nine Lancaster County high school basketball teams will compete in playoff tournaments this week. Lancaster-Lebanon League member Elco will also be in action. There are tournaments in six categories. All tickets are sold online here. Tuesday’s competitors will be those in classes 1A, 4A and 5A. Wednesday competitors will beRead More →

ASHLEY BEBENSEE, Kearney Center SHELTON — Larry Brannagan jokes that Main Street in Shelton could close when the city’s basketball teams play state. For the first time in Shelton Public School history, the women’s basketball team secured a state championship berth after defeating Cambridge 42-23 in the D1-5 District Finals.Read More →

Follow Josh VanDyke on Twitter 33 Newaygo wins 61-46 in D2 District Championship women’s basketball game against Sparta MUSKEGON – Seven Muskegon-area women’s basketball teams hoisted district championship gear Friday night and qualified for next week’s regional tournament. Below are the final results of Friday night’s match as well asRead More →

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All-Oakland Activities Association women’s basketball teams for the 2021-22 season (As voted by league coaches) ALL-OAA RED Summer Davis, West Bloomfield Indya Davis, West Bloomfield Sydney Hendrix, West Bloomfield Myonna Hooper, West Bloomfield Zaneiya Batiste, West Bloomfield Maddy SkorupskiClarkston Izzy Hadley, Clarkston Sydney LaPrairie, Stoney Creek Sarah LaPrairie, Stoney CreekRead More →