Sign in
View: Mobile | Desktop
FOLLOW US:   Facebook   Twitter  LinkedIn  RSS
Become A Member
Men Women
U.S. Virgin Islands Internationally

David Edole

Join Us!!! We are looking for someone to help us cover U.S. Virgin Islands basketball. Please send us an e-mail.
ABA Standings
 1. One Unity 10-0 
 2. T.W.I. 7-3 
 3. Jam Squad 6-4 
 4. Brothers 5-5 
 5. Heavy Hitters 1-9 
 6. VI Finest 1-9 

  2017     Previous season  

High School Abroad both genderss - Feb 6, 2019

E-mail David:
David's Articles 
| Follow David on  Facebook

Ramel Lloyd Jr., a 6-foot-6 Calabasas High freshman guard, helps boys' basketball team win Marmonte League title. Calabassas (19-9) will face Crespi (23-6) in the first round of the CIFSS 2018-19 Basketball, Boys Division 1 on Feb. 8th at 11 pm.
Bryce Zephir helped turn around Santa Monica (20-7) who finished second in the Ocean conference. SaMo is set to take on Capistrano Valley (16-10) in the 2019 CIF-SS FORD BOYS BASKETBALL DIVISION 2AA CHAMPIONSHIPS.

Jahsean Corbett scored 16 points for Poinciana (15-7) in the win or Tavares (2-18), 66-38. Poinciana will host Osceola on Friday to be crowned OBC Champions.
Je'hvonni Hogan Avant Garde Academy (17-3)
Jovaughn Douglas and Sanford Seminole (18-4)
J-Quan Ferrol, Jemal Davis, Kimani McIntosh, Ky'Ode Walters, Jemoi Davis Okeechobee (18-4) play Clewiston today.
Keniyah Attidore- Meyers Orange HS (14-9)
Shukiou Sprauve, Boone HS (10-10)
Steven Burr and Oak Ridge HS (15-5) overwhelmed Winter Park 81-48 in the regular-season finale. The reigning Class 9A state champion got scoring from nine players in its final tune-up before it hosts next week's Class 9A, District 5 tournament.

Amir Nesbitt of Virginia Academy (15-12) had a great week taking unofficial visits to North Texas and Baylor University. The 2020 guard has committed to represent the Virgin Islands in international competition this summer in the Pan American games.
Kylah Franklin and the 11th ranked Bishop Ireton (17-7) has rebounded from three consecutive losses with a 65-54 win over Elizabeth Seton.
Naja Ngongba and Paul VI JV sits at 13-3

J'Wan Roberts and Killeen Shoemaker (28-5) is ranked 16th in Class 6A Public School Boys in the state of Texas by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches for the week of Feb. 4.
De'Jah and Da'Jah Vigilante are juniors at Fort Bend Bush (16-15)

Ja'Shir Kean and Stephenson is set to face Mt. Zion Wednesday in the 2019 Boys Region 4 AAAAAA Tournament.
JaRon Charles and Creekside HS defeated Northgate, 79-73 in the first round of region playoffs. The journey continues on Wednesday on the road versus Douglas County.
N'Fari Benjamin and Rabun Gap (14-14) got mauled by Christ School, 66-41, Tuesday night.
Charkim Joseph and New Faith (18-9)
K'Shouri Hodge, Jer'Maya Moore and Hapeville Charter (17-8) season came to an end falling to Washington. Moore has two more years in high school.
'Sad to say but it's officially over,' said the senior Hodge. 'It was a tough loss, again, but we knew we had all odds against us. I can honestly say we fought to the end and came up short. I love each person on the team from players to coaches and even managers. Love y'all.'

Champaign Central 85, St. Thomas More 35. The host Maroons (12-9) produced their largest point total of the season when taking down the Sabers (12-13) in a non-league event. Khailieo Terry (23 points) reached double figures for Central, which drained 16 three-pointers.

Aubree Raimer and the #7 ranked in 4A Greeley Central (19-1) roughed up Niwot, 45-23. Raimer, a senior, is averaging 7.4 points and almost ten rebounds (9.4) per outting.
'This team is legit,' said Raimer. 'As the season goes by, we're slowly working on turnovers and we're still working on our defense, but I think overall we definitely played a great game with defense and with turnovers.'

Zion Ware and Stone Bridge battled back from a 15 point deficit to beat John Champe 76-72. Stone bridge has now won 5 out of 6 at the right time.

Jonathan Kelly, Keene HS (9-5)

Inslee Carroll and DOSS HS (4-13)

Frank Elegar
Frank Elegar selected the top Virgin Islander playing abroad in last week's games - 1 day ago
Traditionally, every week we bring you a list of the top performances of Virgin Islanders who are currently playing abroad. This week's number one is an experienced former international center Frank Elegar (208-86). He was the major contributor in Tofas' victory against one of league's weakest teams Afyon Bld in the Turkish BSL in Sunday night's game.    [read more]

John Collins
Not snubbed, John Collins on big stage of Slam Dunk Contest - 1 day ago
John Collins(208-PF-97, college: Wake Forest) felt snubbed. That's how much the Hawks forward wanted to be a part of the Slam Dunk Contest, even as a rookie, during the NBA's All-Star Weekend last year. Collins is on that stage now. He will again compete in the Rising Stars Challenge and debut in the Slam Dunk Contest this weekend in Charlotte. There is a long list of reasons Collins wanted a chance to show his above-the-rim abilities and join a list of Hawks who have won the contest....   [read more]

The Riddle, Wrapped Inside a Mystery that is Royce O'Neale - 1 day ago
By Adam Bushman Royce O'Neale(198-SF-93, college: Baylor)< paid many dues throughout his journey to the NBA. Splitting his collegiate eligibility between the University of Denver and the University of Baylor, O'Neale did his best to prepare for the NBA draft. He would spend the 2015 draft night waiting for his name to be called, only to end the night disappointed with his name uncalled. Spending the next two years in Europe playing professionally, he worked to hone the skills necessary...   [read more]

1 | 2 | 3
1 | 2 | 3

Site Map: Member Services: Other Basketball Sites:
Copyright (c) 1998-2019 Sports I.T. Solutions Disclaimer

Do not copy, redistribute, publish or otherwise exploit information that you download from the site !
Do not encumber, license, modify, publish, sell, transfer or transmit, or in any way exploit, any of the content of the site, nor will you attempt to do so.