Miami Hurricanes Hoops Offers Blair/NJ Sparks’ Kennedy Henry

Henry is coming off an above-average freshman high school season, draining 275 points in 20 contests played, good for a 13.75 points per game in 2021-22.

Atlantic City HS’s Quanirah¬†Cherry-Montague Earns 3 D1 Hoop Offers

Cherry-Montague drained 275 points, grabbed 249 rebounds and made 66 blocks this past high school campaign with the Vikings.

Manasquan, Philly Rise’s Hope Masonius Garners DePaul Hoops Offer

The sophomore standout drained 263 points (4th on team), grabbed 199 rebounds (2nd), dished out 78 assists (2nd) and made 44 steals (4th) in 35 games played this past high school season.

Morris Catholic’s Mia, Maya Pauldo Make ESPN Top 25 2025 Hoops List

Collectively known as Twin Back Court, Mia led the Lady Crusaders in scoring with 590 points, rebounds with 211, assists with 151 and steals with 106 in 27 games while Maya followed with 401 points, 126 boards, 121 dimes and 78 thefts in 25 contests this past season.

Blair Academy Big Man Lual Manyang Commits to Hofstra Hoops

Manyang scored 112 points in 12 contests, good for 9.33 points per game in the 2021-22 campaign.

Blair, NJ Sparks Standout Kennedy Henry Picks Up Harvard Hoops Offer

The 6-foot long and lean point guard/shooting guard drained 275 points in 20 contests played this past high school season, good for a 13.75 points per game average.

Princeton Hoops, Ex-Mater Dei Prep Product Elijah Barnes Enters Transfer Portal

Barnes was a four-year varsity starter and surpassed 1,000 points during his career at Mater Dei Prep. Additionally, Barnes earned second-team, Non-Public all-state honor and third-team all-state in 2017.

Top HS Girls’ Performers in NJSIAA, North Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 Playoffs

Chatham wins the NJSIAA Tournament, North Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 Title.

Chatham Girls’ Hoops Outlasts Randolph, 39-35, to Claim Sectional Crown

Junior Riley Allen drained a team-best 11 points while Kreuzer contributed 10 in the win. Senior Caryl Frohnapfel and Barrett added eight and six points, respectively. Junior Madison Jenisch scored a game-high 13 points for Randolph.