The Michigan House Oversight Committee will hear from the MHSAA, coaches, ADs and athletes during a hearing on Thursday morning regarding winter contact sports. Coopersville senior basketball player Ethan Coady will be one of the athletes, according to F
I am Tedaro France, head boys basketball coach at New Haven High School. I believe our kids deserve a season. WE WILL CONTINUE to hold our players and coaches accountable for COVID safety protocols like we have been doing since the summer & fall#LetUsPla
I am Brent Wiles a senior captain who plays basketball at New Haven High School. If we have a season, I will hold myself and my team accountable for COVID safety protocols. Share this message and a photo of yourself if you feel the same way. This is my l
This day last year we played a high school league basketball game on the road at Grosse Pointe North. Our boys just want to play! Our seniors deserve it! #LetUsPlay
Big league win on the road over Grosse Pointe North 59-54. So proud of our boys overcoming adversity, blocking out negativity and staying together. It is not a sprint it is a marathon. Forget. About. ME. I. Love. You #FAMILY
2020 5-11 Point Guard Tyree France
scored a career high 30 points dropping 22 points in the 4th quarter helping the Rockets to a league road game victory. Tyree is averaging 12.6 points 5.3 assist 3.5 steals 3.0 rebounds through 10 games @Det_Post_Pro
*France 30pts 5ast 6stl 4reb
*Wiles 16pts 15reb 2ast 4stl
*Hunter 7pts 5reb 2stl
*Weaver 3pts 2reb
*Gamez-Kincaid 2pts 3reb
*Jeffery 1pt 2reb 2ast 3stl
Romeo Weems picks up second @BIGEASTMBB Honor Roll mention this season after games last week against Connecticut and Valparaiso.
CHICAGO – Sophomore forward Romeo Weems was named to this week's BIG EAST Honor Roll after averaging 13.0 points and 6.5 rebounds in two games last week. The honor roll mention is the second this season for Weems after he was named the league's Freshman of the Week twice last season.
In addition to his scoring and rebounding averages, Weems went 10-for-19 (.526) from the field overall and 5-of-9 (.556) from three-point range in games against Connecticut and Valparaiso. He scored 20 points against Valparaiso with six rebounds, an assist, a block and a steal while going 8-of-14 from field and 3-6 from behind the arc. The game was his second 20-point game of season. Weems led the Blue Demons with seven rebounds against Connecticut and scored six points on 2-for-3 shooting from three-point range.
St. John's Julian Champagnie was the Player of the Week while Marquette's Dawson Garcia was the Freshman of the Week. Weems was joined on the honor roll by Butler's Myles Tate, Tyrese Martin from Connecticut, Denzel Mahoney from Creighton and Marquette's D.J. Carton.
DePaul returns to BIG EAST play on Tuesday when Butler visits Wintrust Arena. The Blue Demons and Bulldogs are scheduled for a 6 p.m. CT start on CBS Sports Network and WSCR (670 AM).
Brent Wiles earns a spot on STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: @burneystweets’ ‘dirty dozen’ player rankings for MAC boys hoops
STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: Turning On The Juice In Macomb — Burney’s 2021 MAC player power index
BY: SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN, JANUARY 15, 2021, 4:14 PMMAC Boys Basketball Power Rankings — 2021 Season
Burney’s “Dirty Dozen” of Top Boys Hoopsters In The MAC
1 Anthony Benard (Grosse Pointe South 6-foot-2 Soph. G) — The future is now, the Anthony Benard Era has become in GP in football and basketball and it will be a glorious ride for sure. Hide the women and children, things are about to get filthy with AB’s sick game!
2 Mak Manciel (Sterling Heights Stevenson 6-4 Sr. G/F) — The best player in Metro Detroit that you don’t know about yet, but soon will. Manciel missed last season due to a transfer from Birmingham Detroit Country Day and ready to take the Macomb County hoops scene by storm.
3 Josh Hines (Macomb Dakota 6-2 Sr. G) — The definition of crafty, consistent and coldblooded out of the backcourt.
4 Tyler Jamison (Port Huron North 6-4 Soph. G/F) — Ready for a GINORMOUS season, could challenge for top player in the league bragging rights by the end of the winter.
5 Nick Olmeda (St. Clair Shores Lake Shore 6-2 Sr. G) — Prototype gunner, blood-sweat-&-tears type with a game on the line, the league’s most dangerous scorer.
6 Andre Turner (Sterling Heights Stevenson 6-2 Sr G) — Velvety touch from deep and mid-range, fierce finisher at the rim.
7 Deonta Russell-Johnson (Roseville Jr. 6-8 F/C) — Will be the league’s MIP and top big guy this season.
8 Brent Wiles (New Haven 6-4 G/F) — Versatile and nails tough, beats opponents with his high basketball IQ.
9 Caron Williams (Macomb L’Anse Creuse 6-3 Soph. G/F) — Ready to blossom into a star on the wing, averaged 10 ppg, 5 rpg as a fab frosh.
10 Jason Hunter (Roseville Jr. 6-1 G) — Gutty combo guard just scratching the surface on his potential as a game changer.
11 Will Johnson (Grosse Pointe South Jr. 6-3 G) — The best football player in the state’s junior class is also a mighty fine hoopster.
12 Lucas Shock (St. Clair Shores Lakeview Sr. 6-2 G) — A true under-the-radar St. Claire Shores sensation.
Day 7: I was nominated by @coach_niz everyday I will post a picture from a day in the life of a coach. I will post without explanation and nominate another to take the challenge.That’s 7 days, 7 pics and 7 names. Today I nominate @NewHavenCheer
Day 6: I was nominated by @coach_niz everyday I will post a picture from a day in the life of a coach. I will post without explanation and nominate another to take the challenge.That’s 7 days, 7 pics and 7 names. Today I nominate @RepYoCity247
New Year, New Weight Room, New Gun and Freshly waxed Floor! Can’t wait to get back with my boys #BrickbyBrick #WintheDay #FAMILY#Covid
Day 5: I was nominated by @coach_niz everyday I will post a picture from a day in the life of a coach. I will post without explanation and nominate another to take the challenge.That’s 7 days, 7 pics and 7 names. Today I nominate my friend @Union_Bbal
Eric Williams is the third member of the 2020-21 team to reach 1,000 career points in college. He joins Amauri Hardy and Eugene Omoruyi.
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