After exploding onto the prep basketball scene following an impressive freshman season, high school star Mikey Williams is on the move. With the California high school basketball season in limbo, Williams wanted to make certain he’d be playing this year.
Maui athlete Harrison Cramond shares how he got into the mental space to surf one of the world’s biggest waves – and enjoys the competition of any sport.
After receiving interest from Division I schools, one of Michigan’s top high school athletes, Aidan Rubio of Goodrich High School, reopened his college recruitment after choosing to play basketball at the next level.
After securing their first state title in 25 years, Marshwood looks to hold steady at the top this season. Senior forward Lexi McGee leads the Hawks into the 2020-21 season aiming to build off of what made the team successful last year.
Recently, Doug Ute was hired as the 11th executive director of the Ohio High School Athletic Association. Although Ute takes over at one of the most difficult times high school sports have faced, his background and experience make him a strong and prepared choice for the lead role.
After retiring as a state champion in 2017, Jack Doss took some time away from the game. But it called him back. He could only stay away for so long. This season, he’ll be the head coach of the Grissom Tigers boys basketball team, looking to win a state title with his fifth different team.
Although last season proved to be a challenge for Wauwatosa East, head girls basketball coach Mary Merg expects improvement from her Red Raiders team in 2020-2021.
Percy Daniels was diagnosed with hemophilia at birth. But that hasn’t stopped the 6-foot-9 Madison Prep junior from competing at a high level on the basketball court.
New York native Dior Johnson will play basketball at Oak Hill Academy after attending Mayfield High School his sophomore year. The junior guard will also headline the Class of 2022 for Syracuse men’s basketball after committing to the university back in February.
Prior to his senior year of high school, Division I football and basketball recruit Jayden Jackson made a decision to pursue a future in basketball rather than football. Now he is ready to enjoy his last season on the gridiron and continue to work toward his collegiate goals on the hardwood.