Backcourt Twin Sensations Mia and Mya Pauldo Earn Penn State Hoops Offer


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

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.

NJ’s Zoe Brooks, Faith Pappas Reach 1000-Point Hoops Mark During the Week


Zoe Brooks scored 21 points on Friday while Faith Pappas drained 22 on Tuesday.

NJ HS Girls’ Hoops Action for the Weekend of December 10-12


Blair splits two games over the weekend, while Vertias Christian improves to 4-0.

5 NJ Girl Juniors Primed for Solid Hoop Seasons


Joniyah Bland-Fitzpatrick, Grace Kowalski, Ella Marchesani, Brynn McCurry, and Olivia Weiss are players to eye this HS Girl's Hoops season,

Manasquan HS’s Mary Donnelly Commits to Holy Cross Hoops


Donnelly, a guard, drained 220 points, grabbed 128 assists, and made 27 steals in 15 games for Manasquan this past season.

Ariana Broughton: Jackson Liberty’s Sophomore Fierce Force


Broughton, healthy at the moment, averaged 10.2 rebounds, 8.3 points, and 1.3 thefts per contest.

Morris Catholic’s Tyonna Bailey Garners Fordham Hoops Offer


The 5-foot-10 Newark, N.J., native dropped in team-highs in points with 470, steals with 58, and assists with 127, and was second on the squad in rebounds with 284, good enough for NJ high school hoops insiders to consider Bailey among talks for best freshmen in the 2019-20 class.

Morris Catholic’s Jadyn Watson Verbals to D 1 San Jose State Women’s Hoops


Watson, a New Jersey resident who lived in the Bronx and now plays AAU ball for the Riverside Hawks NY, suited up with the Lady Crusaders last season, dropping in an impressive 438 points and grabbing 292 rebounds in 27 games.

Jackson Liberty’s Maura Carney Verbals to D 2 Adelphi Hoops


Rising to the occasion last year, Carney scored a team-high 24 points in No. 8 Jackson Liberty's 54-41 quarterfinal victory over top-seeded Red Bank Regional High School in the sectional tournament.