2017 IHSA BOYS ASNN365 TEAM

Posted on March 26, 2017. Filed under: Basketball, Basketball, Boys High School Basketball | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Who were the Best Boys in the area?

March 19, 2017

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It’s that time again…. to list and present the best boy in our coverage area. So, with no further delay…

Starting Team

Ayo Dosunmu, Morgan Park, junior, guard<
NOTE: Daily Southtown Player of the Year averaged 22 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and two steals for Class 3A state champions.

Josh Niego, Brother Rice, senior, forward
NOTE: Catholic League’s Lawless Award recipient averaged 18.3 points, five rebounds and two assists

Austin Richie, Bloom, senior, forward: St. Cloud State recruit

Dwayne Rose, Crete-Monee, senior, guard: Toledo recruit

Alonzo Verge, Thornton, senior, guard.

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RESERVE TEAM

Jeffrey Boyd, Homewood-Flossmoor, senior, guard

Marcus Garrett, Hillcrest, senior, guard

Glen Abram, Rich Central, senior, guard

Maurice Commander, Marist, junior, guard

Mike Shepski, Brother Rice, senior, guard

Jadacus Dixon, T.F. North, senior, guard

Marco Pettinato, Lincoln-Way West, senior, guard

P.J. Pipes, Lemont, senior, guard: Wisconsin-Green Bay recruit

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HONORABLE MENTION

Orlando Allen, Thornton, junior, forward; Melo Burrell, Morgan Park, senior, forward; Lenell Henry, Morgan Park, senior, center; Bron Hill, T.F. South, senior, forward; Dorian Aluyi, Lincoln-Way East, senior, forward; Jordan Matthews, St. Rita, junior, guard; Rashad Williams, St. Rita, senior, forward; Malik Parker, Chicago Christian, senior, guard; Sam Shafer, Lincoln-Way East, junior, forward; Isaac Stanback, Hillcrest, sophomore, forward; Morgan Taylor, junior, guard, Marist; Tariq Deere, T.F. North, senior, guard; Mike Drynan, Evergreen Park, senior, center.

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Looking back at the year, it went fast and next season is already measuring up to be very competitive as many underclassmen made a name for themselves and programs improved.  See you in the fall.

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2016-17 Boys Basketball Teams & Players to Watch

Posted on December 12, 2016. Filed under: Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, Girls High School Basketball | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Boys to watch on the hardwood….

November 30, 2016

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Check out our list….

GUARDS
basketball Glen Abram, Rich Central, senior, guard
basketball Chase Adams, Marian Catholic, 5-4, Jr.
basketball Jeffrey Boyd, Homewood-Flossmoor, senior, guard
basketball Xavier Castaneda, Young, 5-11, Jr.
basketball Jaylan Catledge, Richards, senior, guard
basketball Kejuan Clements, Simeon, 6-0, So.
basketball Maurice Commander, Marist, 5-10, Jr.
basketball John Contant, Stagg, senior, guard
basketball Ayo Dosunmu, Morgan Park, 6-3, Jr.
basketball Marcus Garrett, Hillcrest, 6-1, Sr.
basketball Evan Gilyard, Simeon, 5-9, Sr.
basketball Temon Green, St. Rita, senior, guard
basketball Robert Harvey, Hillcrest, junior, guard
basketball Brandon Hurt, Marian Catholic, 6-0, Sr.
basketball Teyvion Kirk, Joliet West, 6-3, Sr.
basketball Trelan Morrow, Homewood-Flossmoor, senior, guard
basketball Josh Niego, Brother Rice, senior, guard
basketball Marco Pettinato, Lincoln-Way West, 6-2, Sr.
basketball PJ Pipes, Lemont, 6-0, Sr.
basketball Mike Shepski, Brother Rice, senior, guard
basketball Alonzo Verge, Thornton, 6-1, Sr.
FORWARDS
basketball Nana Akenten, Bolingbrook, 6-5, Sr.
basketball Jameel Alausa, U-High, 6-6, Sr.
basketball Orlando Allen, Thornton, 6-8, Jr.
basketball Trevian Bell, Joliet West, 6-5, Sr.
basketball Melo Burrell, Morgan Park, senior, forward
basketball Aaron Cash, Morgan Park, 6-6, Jr.
basketball Javon Freeman, Young, 6-4, Jr.
basketball Talen Horton-Tucker, Simeon, 6-5, Jr.
basketball Messiah Jones, Simeon, 6-5, Jr.
basketball Austin Richie, Bloom, 6-4, Sr.
basketball Dwayne Rose, Crete-Monee, 6-2, Sr.
basketball Lucas Williamson, Young, 6-4, Sr.
CENTERS
basketball TeeAaron Powell, Marian Catholic, 6-8, Sr.

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2015 Mater Dei too much for Marian at Chicago Elite Classic

Posted on December 5, 2015. Filed under: Basketball, Boys High School Basketball | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Too BIG.. Too STRONG… Too MUCH!

December 5, 2015

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Chicago – After traveling over 2,000 miles from Santa Ana, California to Chicago West Side…. the West coast powerhouse displayed why they are nationally ranked as they defeated Marian Catholic 58-46.

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The Monarchs were led by senior center M.J. Cage, an Oregon-recruit, who had 15 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, plenty of dunks and a smothering defensive presence. He is also the son of 15-year former NBA player Michael Cage.

Marian Catholic trailed 18-16 early in the second quarter before Mater Dei’s “pressed” which slowed the Spartans’ momentum and forced four straight turnovers and eight over Marian Catholic’s next 10 possessions to spark a 19-0 surge to seize a 37-19 lead and never looked back.

The Spartans were led by Austin Richie who knocked down 11 points, followed by teammate Taihr Smith, who added nine.

The Monarchs came in, handled their business and are headed back to the West Coast on Sunday.

“Is everyone else playing just one game too?” Mater Dei senior center M.J. Cage wondered.

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