Considered one of the top New York City players by high school insiders at his position, Johnson excelled as a Lion in the 2019-20 season, dropping in 11 points, 8.16 assists, and 5.58 rebounds per game in 12 contests. He also added 15.25 points, eight dishes, and 7.25 boards per game in four PSAL Class AA playoff tilts before the season came to an abrupt end due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Alexa Mustafaj, a 5-foot-6-inch rising senior point guard who also plays for the NY Hoopers, averaged 15.4 points in the 2019-20 season.
There's no stopping Lady Crusaders' Tyonna Bailey and her college recruitment express.
Jalen Blaize, a South Shore High School Basketball alum, signed a grant-in-aid to attend and play at Division II Univeristy of Central Missouri, head coach Doug Karleskint announced today. Blaize will have two seasons of college basketball eligibility left for the Mules. "We're thrilled to add Jalen to our program," Karleskint said in a statement. … Continue reading Former South Shore Boy’s Hoopster Jalen Blaize to Play for UCM
Orze made his return to the hill in 2020 and posted a 3-0 record with 2.75 ERA after missing part of the 2018 season and all of '19 due to testicular cancer and skin cancer.
As a junior, he batted .393 (66 for 168) with 46 runs scored, 10 doubles, four triples, four home runs, and 28 RBI. Dyer's batting average of .393 was the second-best mark on the team and the third-best in the Pac-12. Also, he registered a .571 slugging percentage and a .480 on-base percentage, the latter of which was the fourth-best mark in the Pac-12.
With the 91st overall pick in the third round of the 2020 MLB Amateur draft, the New York Mets chose shortstop Anthony Walters out of San Diego State. Walters, a redshirted junior, batted .271 with one home run, eight RBI, and two doubles in 59 at-bats in 16 games with the in the Aztecs in … Continue reading Mets Pluck San Diego State SS Anthony Walters with the 91st Overall Pick in 2020 MLB Draft
Ginn had an opportunity to turn professional when the Los Angeles Dodgers plucked him with the 30th overall pick in the first round of the 2018 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of Brandon High School two years ago. But he chose to pursue his dream of becoming a Mississippi State Bulldog instead.
Baty is already the Mets' fourth rated prospect in their system, while Allan and Wolf are ranked fifth and eighth, respectivley, after one year of professional baseball.
The 6-foot-2 point, 175-pound point guard nearly averaged 18 points, seven boards, and two steals per contest last year with Blair Academy.