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 →

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 →

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 →

There was probably no one as heartbroken as Dexter High School women’s basketball coach Jody Grant when the COVID-19 pandemic wiped out last year’s tournament. It was her daughter Peyton’s last shot at a Class C state championship. In 2020, the Tigers were upset by eventual state champion Central AroostookRead More →

Inland Valley League co-champion Heritage and Ivy League co-champion Paloma Valley will lead a group of local high school teams to victory… http://www.menifee247.com/2022/02/heritage-paloma-girls-basketball-teams-top-playoff-entries.html Inland Valley League Heritage co-champion and Ivy League co-champion Paloma Valley will lead a group of local high school teams in the winter sports season playoffs startingRead More →

Olivia Eldridge’s heart raced as she fastened her seat belt and stared out the window at the frozen tundra that surrounded her. High school sports aren’t just about winning and losing. These are experiences. And it was an experience that Eldridge and the rest of the Fairport women’s basketball teamRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →