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 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 →

Westbrook-Walnut Grove veteran men’s basketball coach Derrick Jenniges probably knows as much about the Southwest Minnesota Christian Eagles as any rival. He’s come up against them several times in the regular season and in sectional tournaments, and in more than a few competitions where the stakes were high. Southwest ChristianRead 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 →

Pacific Coast Athletic League Gabilan Division men’s basketball team Most Valuable Co-Player: Nate Jean-Pierre, Palma, Rickey Becker, Christopher first team Nate Jean-Pierre, Palma Ryan Roggio, Palma Rickey Becker, Christophe Max Edria, Salinas Tobenna Ezeokeke, Christopher Matthew Gallagher, Monterey second team Joey Finley, Palma Ej Yufenyuy, Christopher Amir BrownCarmel Nyziah Hunter,Read More →

It’s time for chapter four of the high school basketball season. Chapter One is non-league play, including December tournaments. Chapter two is the league game. Chapter Three is about the CIF Southern Section Playoffs. Chapter Four is the CIF State Tournament. The CIF Southern California Regional Playoffs begin Tuesday inRead More →

The Vancouver Island University basketball program was perfect in the PacWest game. Both the VIU Mariners men’s and women’s baseball teams wrapped up the regular season last Thursday, February 24, with wins over the Camosun Chargers at Vancouver Island University Gymnasium. The women’s Mariners (18-0) edged the Chargers 90-62 earlyRead More →

Dutch Fork in action against St. James. (Photo credit: GOFLASHWIN.COM) Christopher P. Record Over the next three days, nine Midlands high school basketball teams will be looking to get closer to realizing their championship dreams. Cardinal Newman has the most immediate opportunity. The Lady Cardinals will face First Baptist forRead More →

The Ewing and Notre Dame High women’s basketball teams have traditionally been among the top two teams in Mercer County, so it’s no surprise to find them facing off in the Mercer County Tournament Championship on Thursday. 2022. This will be the fourth time these two Colonial Valley Conference strongholdsRead More →

Boys Player of the Year: John Shea, Edward Little, senior;. First team: John Shea, Edward Little, senior; David Omasombo, Lewiston, senior; Landon Clark, Bangor, sophomore; Wani Donato, Portland, senior; Teigan Pelletier, Oxford Hills, sophomore; Remijo Wani, Deering, junior. Second team: Malik Foster, Lewiston, senior; Silvano Ismail, Cheverus, junior; Zach McLaughlin,Read More →

After thrilling victories on Monday night at the Crampton Bowl Multiplex in Montgomery, the Southside boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are heading to the State Basketball Final Four! The final tournament will take place on Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at BJCC Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama. The Lady Panthers, ledRead More →

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SIOUX CITY – There are still four Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union basketball courts to complete their regional brackets this week, but so far there are three Siouxland teams that have earned a spot in the tournament. ‘State. On Saturday night, Unity Christian, West Lyon and Sergeant Bluff-Luton allRead More →

JAKE WEESE The Loachapoka women’s basketball team defeated Florala 35-34 on Saturday inside Montgomery’s Garrett Coliseum. Junior guard Taylah Murph led the way with 12 points for the Indians, while teammate Jasmyn Thomas followed closely with nine points. Amyah Burks led Loachapoka in the rebound grabbing 10 rebounds and finishingRead More →

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Although he played a full season during the coronavirus pandemic, it hasn’t made it any easier for coaches at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to navigate. North Carolina Central head coach LeVelle Moton has first-hand experience of how COVID-19 spikes can affect the season. Last season, the Eagles tookRead More →