Arrinten Page Latest Recruit to Earn UCLA Men’s Basketball Scholarship Offer

After offering almost exclusively top-tier, highly sought-after prospects for most of the cycle, the Bruins are getting in early on a dark horse. UCLA men’s basketball sent a scholarship offer out to class of 2023 power forward Arrinten Page on Thursday, his AAU team The Skill Factory announced on Twitter. It marked the 18th offer … Read more

St. Cloud State names former Madison La Follette standout as men’s basketball coach | Boys basketball

Jon Masson | Wisconsin State Journal Former Madison La Follette standout Quincy Henderson, who helped lead the Lancers’ boys basketball team to a state championship, was named St. Cloud State University’s men’s basketball coach. Henderson becomes the 14th men’s basketball coach at St. Cloud State. He spent eight seasons as the associate head coach at … Read more

Sun Prairie West names boys basketball coach | Boys basketball

Chris Davis was named Sun Prairie West boys basketball coach, according to Sun Prairie athletic director and activities director Eric Nee. Davis was a Madison East assistant boys basketball coach for the past eight years, serving on Purgolders coach Matt Miota’s staff. Sun Prairie West is scheduled to open for the 2022-23 school year. Sun … Read more

2021-22 Gazette Girls Basketball of the Year: Bianca Ortiz, Holyoke

Even now, Holyoke girls basketball coach Dre Enright remembers the first time she saw Bianca Ortiz play. It was the kind of moment that stays with you, even though Ortiz says she doesn’t remember it. Enright wasn’t coaching at Holyoke yet, but she’d heard about this middle-schooler who was lighting up the court. The head … Read more

Class of 2023 Forward Andrej Stojakovic Earns Offer From UCLA Men’s Basketball

The Bruins are headed back to their Compton Magic pipeline, now looking to add the son of an NBA legend. Class of 2023 forward Andrej Stojakovic picked up a scholarship offer from UCLA men’s basketball on Wednesday, his AAU team announced on Twitter. Stojakovic is the son of Peja Stojakovic, a three-time NBA All-Star with … Read more

Hampton 3-sport standout picks basketball, makes college choice

By: John Grupp Saturday, April 16, 2022 | 10:01 AM Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Hampton’s Sophia Kelly scores against Plum on Dec. 16, 2021. Sophia Kelly’s answer was exactly what Mercyhurst women’s basketball coach Brooklyn Kohlheim wanted to hear. Kelly, a senior three-sport star from Hampton, was on a recruiting call with the Division II … Read more

New Hampshire Freshman Cooper Flagg Picks Up UCLA Men’s Basketball Offer

The Bruins are officially targeting one of the fastest rising prospects in the country. Class of 2025 small forward Cooper Flagg earned a scholarship offer from UCLA men’s basketball on Wednesday, the young recruit announced on Twitter. The Nokomis Regional (ME) freshman, who is set to transfer to powerhouse Montverde Academy (FL), is a 6-foot-8 … Read more

Mallory Ramage wins Girls Basketball Player of the Year

MATTOON (WCIA) – The 2021-2022 school year is coming to a close and we are honoring some remarkable athletes. Mallory Ramage is WCIA 3’s Girls Basketball Player of the Year. Mallory Ramage knew right away she could leave her mark on the Mattoon girls basketball program, more so than just on the court. “When I … Read more

WPIAL athletic directors want basketball sections divided by ability not enrollment

By: Chris Harlan Thursday, April 14, 2022 | 1:19 AM Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Bishop Canevin’s Kevaughn Price celebrates next to Union’s Cam Taylor as time expires in the WPIAL Class A championship game on Thursday, March. 3, 2022, at Petersen Events Center. What if basketball section were determined by a team’s talent level rather … Read more

Washington’s Ron Faust, one of WPIAL’s most successful basketball coaches, retires

By: Don Rebel Wednesday, April 13, 2022 | 5:30 PM After stints of 28 and eight years as head coach of the Washington boys basketball program, Ron Faust, one of the most successful coaches in WPIAL history, has stepped down again. Only this time, it’s for good. “This is definitely a retirement more than a … Read more