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March 23rd, 2012
New York Recruiting Report

Calhoun named Gatorade POY... Obekpa to visit STJ... Mt. Vernon moves on... Sledge to transfer... Ludden survives... Williams 'Skys' over Tuckahoe



Calhoun, Ennis Honored as Gatorade Players of the Year- Zags Blog

A 6-foot-5 senior guard at Christ the King, Omar Calhoun averaged 25.7 points, 8.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.2 steals this season while leading the Royals to a 19-8 record.


Obekpa to Take Official to St. John's- Zags Blog

Chris Obekpa and JaKarr Sampson will take official visits to St. John’s beginning today.


Stephens soars as Mount Vernon reaches final-

As the team’s only returning all-section player, Randy Stephens entered this season with soaring expectations. Mount Vernon waited until the playoffs for the 6-foot-3 senior to fully realize them, but there he was again on Saturday doing exactly that and more.


Mount Vernon boys repeat as Class AA basketball champions, earn 10th state crown-

He had anointed himself the next Mount Vernon star all alone, earning that status not with his words but his aggressiveness. For every moment Isaiah Cousins had taken charge and accepted this burden, the last was his reward, an outlet pass from teammate Randy Stephens that left Cousins with nothing but air between him, the basket and a state title.


Iowa State's Sledge to Transfer- Zags Blog

One year at Iowa State proved to be enough for Tavon Sledge.


Bishop Ludden survives to win state Class B boys basketball championship-

Bishop Ludden senior guard Matt Rogers called it survival.


Tuckahoe star proves too much for OTC-

Sky Williams, a 6-foot-1 guard, scored 37 points as Tuckahoe stayed at least one step ahead of the Kats in a 77-66 victory in the Class C state championship game of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association.

New York Elite 75 Frosh/Soph

October 2nd, 2010

Island Garden Sports Complex

The first ever New York Elite 75 Showcase - Frosh/Soph Edition will feature some of the best underclassmen prospects in the region. 

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