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Friday's Headlines

March 30th, 2012
New York Recruiting Report

C.Y.P. playoffs, champion crowned... Report on Coleman from McD's Game... NYers in New Orleans... Manhattan native visits Hall... Calhoun's night at MSG

 

 

Rodney Abrams Are C.Y.P. Champs- NYCHoops.net

NY Blaze tried to again close the gap in the second quarter but Mt. Vernon's Jarrel Marshall and Jordan Washington (12pts) scored back-to back baskets to keep Abrams ahead by nine. With a minute left in the half, Fraiser hit a three-pointer but Washington and recent St. John's commit Felix Balamou (16 points) countered keeping Abrams ahead, 37-30 at the half.

 


CYP Semi Finals Recap- NYCHoops.net

On Monday, the semi-final rounds arrived. The last four teams standing were full of A-list of superstar athletic talent.

 


C.Y.P. Tournament Recap (Day 4)- NYCHoops.net

Jalen Chapman then increased the Savages lead after a feed from Malik Gill to make the score 33-31. With a minute and half left, the score was tied up twice but Chris Obekpa (25pts) broke it and gave Abrams a 39-37 lead.

 


McDonald's player breakdown- NYCHoops.net

DaJuan Coleman: 7 points, 2-of-10 FGs, 1-of-2 FTs, 12 rebounds (game-high), 1 assist, 1 block, 1 steal in 20 minutes

 


All-American Championship Rosters Chosen- NYCHoops.net

The All-American Championship will once again feature 40 of the best high school boys basketball players in the country in a showcase event scheduled for Sunday, April 1, in New Orleans, La. Three New York players and one NY coach has been chosen.

 


Bloodman Visits Seton Hall, Remains Open- Zags Blog

Junior college point guard Trivante Bloodman visited Seton Hall over the weekend and remains open in his recruitment.

 


Calhoun siblings take in Knicks game with Mayor Bloomberg- NYPost.com

Omar Calhoun lives for the big games. In his Christ the King career, Calhoun has won two CHSAA Class AA intersectional titles and a New York State Federation Class AA championship. This weekend, he’ll be in New Orleans for the All-American Championship Game. And next year, the 6-foot-4 guard will take his game to UConn, which won the national title last year.

 

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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