BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Congratulations to our local high school basketball players who have been selected to the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association all-state teams. JT Welch and Katie Steinman from Central Catholic both landed on their 2A all-state teams. University High’s DJ Starr joined Welch on the 2A boys squad. Zach Cleveland from Normal Community made […]
After an impressive senior season with Stoughton High School, Cael McGee announces he will be continuing his basketball career at one of the best NCAA DII programs in the country.
Former UConn coach Kevin Ollie has joined a new basketball league designed to provide elite high school players another potential pathway to the NBA. Ollie will serve as coach and director of player development for Overtime Elite, which markets itself to players between 16 and 18 years old with promises of academic education and a […]
Bedford senior and Bucknell commit Isabella King collected some major hardware on her way to becoming a state champion. She capped off her senior season as Bedford’s all-time leading girls scorer.
The Bowling Green High School girls basketball team advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sweet 16 state tournament after winning a double-overtime thriller 50-48 over Bishop Brossart on April 7.
Despite the uncertainty around her senior season, Abrie Cabana continues to star at Grass Lake High School, and is poised to lead her team to a state title before heading off to play at Grand Valley State University.
Last week, the Oklahoma Coaches Association announced its All-Star teams. Three Highlander seniors were honored for their accomplishments.
Former Warren Central boys basketball coach Tim Riley helped coach the Dragons to over 300 wins and the 2004 state title and will now be inducted into the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame.
Shea Tripp has been a standout basketball player at Michigan Center High School, and just scored her 1,000th point last month. Now concluding her prep career, Tripp’s next focus will be on contributing to the Wayne State University women’s basketball team.
Coming from a family history of athletic success, AJ Ediger has been a star and leader for Hamilton High School’s girls basketball team. Committed to Iowa women’s basketball since she was a sophomore, Ediger is looking forward to continuing her career with the Hawkeyes.