Monthly Archives: November 2014

THE SHORE CONFERENCE…ONE BIG FAMILY!

Happy Thanksgiving to the Shore basketball community, there is nothing like family. That’s what I think about when I think about the Shore “ONE BIG FAMILY!  The Shore basketball community is blessed to have some wonderful people that make us … Continue reading

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KELLY CAMPBELL MAKES HER DREAM COME TRUE

A packed gym at Core Skills last night BEGAN cheering and then Alex Barazotti gave me a big thumbs up. Why? Because Kelly Campbell had just given DePaul University of Chicago a verbal commitment  and with that ended her long … Continue reading

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ALEXIS ADAMS…A RARE YOUNG TALENT

Team Miller’s 8th grade team last year won the state title. Truth of the matter there is no 8th grade AAU team in the state that has their overall talent. One day every starter on this AAU team will sign … Continue reading

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NICOLE MORRIS…TOUGH TIMES AND HOLY CROSS!

When Nicole Morris was a 4TH GRADER, she told me that she wanted to attend Rumson Fair Heaven. I thought it was a little strange a kid so young knew where she wanted to attend high school. So 3 years … Continue reading

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MIA EHLING NOT FORGOTTEN… TODAY! LIST OF D1 SIGNINGS!

Today all the household names in the shore, will sign there letters of intents. Grace Stant, Marina Mabrey and Katie Healey have been household names for years. These are players for example who have played on power house AAU teams … Continue reading

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NYU / Montclair University Home to Former Shore Players

Last year Brain Sansom told me he was recruiting Kate Sire of Raritan High School. I told him he was going to have to get very lucky, in order for that to happen. But Brain Sansom is one the best … Continue reading

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FALL ACADEMIC ELITE….RE-CAP

Four years ago I wanted to start an event that would bring kids who were good students and basketball players together in July. I also wanted to give kids who rarely got a chance to play in front of college coaches … Continue reading

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