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 →

Eighteen Lancaster-Lebanon League men’s basketball teams are scheduled to participate in holiday tournaments or exhibition games during the week of December 27. Of these, six LL schools will host holiday tournaments. Six other LL programs will still be in action in non-league games. Lancaster Mennonite are the only inactive LLRead More →

Here’s the holiday schedule for LL League women’s basketball teams, including tournament and non-league games from December 27-30, with 23 of the league’s 25 teams taking part in tournaments. Cocalico is not in a holiday tournament; Lampeter-Strasburg have a non-league game scheduled for next week … MONDAY DEC. 27 BRANDYWINERead More →

RS Central did East Henderson no favors on Monday night. The Hilltoppers beat Hendersonville Friday night at Jim Pardue Gymnasium, 79-78. The Bearcats’ loss was their first regular season loss in nearly two years. Hendersonville didn’t like the taste of losing. On Monday, the Bearcats stormed in for 37 first-quarterRead More →

CONWAY — As the non-conference portion of their schedule draws to a close, the Carolina Coast men’s and women’s basketball teams prepare for Sun Belt conference play. The men will start the conference game with a home game against Louisiana-Monroe on Dec. 30, while the women will face Troy onRead More →

Colorado Springs, Colorado (December 13, 2021)—In recognition of their stellar gold medal performances last summer at the Tokyo Olympics, USA Basketball has selected the USA Men’s and Women’s Olympic Basketball Teams, featuring Aces guard Chelsea Gray and forward A’ja Wilson as co-recipients of the 2021 USA Basketball Team of theRead More →

Former Greenfield-Central High School basketball stars Madison Wise and Katie Helgason are teaming up again. Wise, a 2017 Indiana All-Star, and Helgason are hosting a basketball skills camp on Saturday, Oct. 2, inside the Greenfield-Central High School court. Former Greenfield-Central stars Madison Wise and Katie Helgason are hosting a basketballRead More →

The Bronx’s new basketball school will have both girls ‘and boys’ teams, but will focus on the business side.Courtesy of Earl Monroe New Renaissance Basketball School BPromoting itself as the first specialized public high school “designed around the global game of basketball,” the Earl Monroe New Renaissance School of BasketballRead More →

The new Bronx basketball school will have girls’ and boys’ teams, but will focus on the business side.Courtesy of Earl Monroe New Renaissance School of Basketball BBilling itself as the first public specialty high school “designed around the global game of basketball,” Earl Monroe New Renaissance Basketball School in Bronx,Read More →

Zaila Vanguard, the 14-year-old who was dubbed “America’s Spelling Sweetheart” on Jimmy Kimmel livemade an appearance to show off his spelling and basketball skills on Wednesday. The Harvey, Louisiana prodigy “has appeared in an advertisement with Stephen Curry and holds three Guinness World Records for dribbling multiple balls simultaneously,” Nola.comRead More →

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ballogy Inc., the innovative software company revolutionizing the way youth and amateur athletes prepare for their sports, today announced the launch of the Ballogy™ Skills Assessment (BSA), a basketball shooting drill designed to assess a player’s shooting skills and assign a certified score based on an objective testingRead More →

Even the most iconic of Maine’s winter experiences – high school basketball – cannot escape the scourge of COVID-19. The impact of state guidelines for school and community athletics, created to help limit the spread of the coronavirus, has called into question the relationship between school sports leaders and independentRead More →