Monthly Archives: November 2017

A NORTH COULD BE A WILD RIDE…

Today we take a look at A NORTH. Last year Neptune and Dezzy Allen were the clear cut favorite. This year, the division is  a little more open for debate. Last season Howell surprised everyone and this year have there … Continue reading

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Kiley Capstraw…2022 LEARN THE NAME

It’s rare that I blog about kids outside the Shore area. It’s very rare that I blog about a 8th grader. Kiley Capstraw is rare and not an ordinary 2022 player. If the last name sounds filmilar. Its because her … Continue reading

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B NORTH PREVIEW

B NORTH was expected to be a two horse race, last year. Many believed Middletown South could play the role of spoiler. That did not happen as they were  overwhelmed by the two powerhouses. This year they will try to play spoiler … Continue reading

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B SOUTH PREVIEW

B SOUTH on paper looks likes a two team race, but this division is loaded with land mines. There are a number of D1 players in the conference. They have two All Freshman players from a year ago, including the … Continue reading

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THE WAIT IS OVER…2017-18 IS HERE!

Tomorrow the coaches will get their final looks at try-outs. Coaches will get to see if there is a few new surprises. They will see what players have added something new to there games. They will be hoping everyone stays healthy. … Continue reading

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Final Fall Top 10 and Awards..

There were 73 kids at this year’s BOOT CAMP.  It was a great example of how the Shore Conference support each other. But there were also non Shore and players outside the state as well. The talent level was so … Continue reading

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JANE McCAULEY OF URSULINE HAS PAID THE PRICE

There is a price to pay for everything and nothing comes easy. Ego, self esteem and that  feeling of being wanted matters more than ever to kids. These days getting attention and made to feel important is sometimes more important that development.  For … Continue reading

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The Story Lines going into the first day of Practice

The fall is rapidly coming to a close with the 2017-18 season right around the corner. Like every year we have learned so much. We know what players have made improvements and which team appear ready to step up. We … Continue reading

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Last week the letter of intent period started. Kids from across the state saw their dreams come true. The Shore Conference had it’s smallest D1 group in Shore history. Some may believe this was a sign of the Shore Conference … Continue reading

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A MESSAGE FROM TINY GREEN… BEFORE THE BIG DAY!

  Tomorrow dreams are going to fulfilled. Hard work and commitment will finally be rewarded. Tomorrow all the sacrifices, that were made over the years, will result in one of the happiest days in a basketball players life. Tomorrow players … Continue reading

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GIRLS FALL LEAGUE..ST. ROSE VS RBC STEALS SHOW

THE Hoop Group Fall league, taught me a lot about what to expect this upcoming season. While fall league games scores really don’t tell a story. It can give you a real snapshot into the future and last night some … Continue reading

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