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The Under Armour Lady Panthers look untouchable so far in the 7th grade division. Destroying everyone so far.

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Fairfax Stars beat us by 19 yesterday and it could have been more. They look VERY strong as always in the DC/BALT area IMO. The girls from St. Johns and Holy Cross on that team were very good. There number 35 was unstopable. Not sure were she plays but she is the real deal.

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Simpleman what age group was that?

 

 

15's for us and I was told same for Stars.

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Fairfax Stars beat us by 19 yesterday and it could have been more. They look VERY strong as always in the DC/BALT area IMO. The girls from St. Johns and Holy Cross on that team were very good. There number 35 was unstopable. Not sure were she plays but she is the real deal.

 

Yeah...35 is an 8th grader.

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Yeah...35 is an 8th grader.

 

#35 for the Fairfax Stars is De'Janae Boykin. She is a 8th grader at Ernest Just Middle School.

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I was told she was an 8th grader but was finding it hard to believe. All I can say is if she continues to work and improve can you say UCONN, TENN, BAYLOR, STANFORD ETC ETC. She can name her on school for sure!!

 

Thanks for the info.

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Some decent action this Sunday at Loyola for Hoopmountain's Jamboree. Lots of the local older groups playing with the Fairfax Stars playing the Lady Terps. Hope nobody ducks the bump.

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Great action today at Loyola. Bri Jones continues to dominate with the Fairfax Stars. They pulled out a nail biter in overtime. Alexus also looked good for the 10th grade Comets. Good game between the Comets and the Baltimore Starz 9th grade teams.

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Great action today at Loyola. Bri Jones continues to dominate with the Fairfax Stars. They pulled out a nail biter in overtime. Alexus also looked good for the 10th grade Comets. Good game between the Comets and the Baltimore Starz 9th grade teams.

 

Who won the FF Stars and Lady Terps game? Or did somebody back out?

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What age group was the FF Stars and Terps?? Schedule showed 16U ?? Terps are seniors right?

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What age group was the FF Stars and Terps?? Schedule showed 16U ?? Terps are seniors right?

 

This year's version of the Terps, 16u. Guess they weren't ready for the early season showdown.

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Team Maryland shooting stars 15u go 2-1 in first round of Nike Invitational in VA. Dyzhanay Burton DaDa with 23 in last game.

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OO WILLIAMS kicks off the circuit this weekend in the same way the TOC kicks off the scholastic season. Though it doesn't have every great team across the country, it does have the best representation of elite teams compared to any other tournament. Like the TOC, it's an early indicator of who has the talent to jell enough to be a major player down the road and gives the players a great test against many of the other great players across the land.

 

I see 19-20 of the best 32-33 teams in the Peninsula this weekend with the usual suspects such as the TENNESEE FLIGHT, DFW T-JACK, the BELLES, WEST COAST PREMIER, CAL STORM, CY FAIR , ESSENCE and the host BOO headlining the marquee. Also this year, the AOT REBELS w/ DESHIELDS and co., the GEORGIA ICE (back where they made their name 3 years ago, w/DESHIELDS), CY-FAIR's WESTSIDE ELITE, DFW WASHINGTON, the GAUCHOS, and TEXAS TEAM XPRESS, led by ALEXIS JONES. No SWISH but EAST BAY XPLOSION, coming off a CAL SPARKS tourney win in which they knocked off WCP. FBC BLUE, FBS Southeast, CROSSOVER, ALL OHIO and the FAIRFAX STARS also join the jamboree.

 

The Deep South has the SC 76ers and the CAL SPARKS GOLD highlighting the tourney in Carolina joining Southern Belles such as KENTUCKY PREMIER, MEMPHIS ELITE, ALABAMA SOUTHERN STARZ and the Sunshines state MIAMI SUNS. Windy City players LADY FIRE and X-CITEMENT and the Hoosier state's GYM RATS will be there too. Feeling a bit at home will be the CHARLOTTE 76ers who will also welcome the JAX LADY RAMS with BANNISTER and co. and the CONNECTICUT LADY BLAZERS w/ HOLMES.

 

The Peach State has the GEORGIA LADY HOOPSTARS, the KNOXVILLE LADY PANTHERS and the SOUTH FLORIDA LADY JAGS among others in their showcase. CAL SWISH host their own Cali Classic with the majority of teams from the Golden State albeit no WCP, STORM, SPARKS or XPLOSION around.

 

SPORTS CITY U, EXODUS and MIDWEST ELITE should again be heavy hitters come July, as should the West's ARIZONA WARRIORS and TEAM CONCEPT, who both posess great young talent.

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BOO WILLIAMS NEWPORT NEWS DIVISION

 

A >>> PHILLY BELLES, AOT LADY REBELS, MICHIGAN CROSSOVER, ARKANSAS MAVERICKS.

 

BELLES-LADY REBELS match up should be as good as any first round game. The BELLES have probably the top talent in the class in 6'3 BREANNA STEWART, who has committed to Geno and UConn, along with Maryland's top 2 '13 recruit, 6'0 guard JANNAH TUCKER, Jersey (UNIVERSITY) 5'9 guard BRITTNEY SYKES and DELONE CATHOLIC 5'7 guard SIERRA MOORE. The LADY REBELS, formerly the CELTICS, obtained top '13 prospect,DIAMOND DESHIELDS along with her NORCROSS teammate 5'8 guard VICTORIA CARTER6 and CHAMBLEE 5'11 guard BREANNA MCDONALD. 6'1 forward PACH ROBERTS of MCEACHERN gives the REBS some size and her high school teammate 5'10 DOMONIQUE WILSON and MCKINLEY's 5'10 wing GABBY KENDELL gives the depth on the perimeter. CROSSOVER has a strong 15 group a year ago and return RENAISSANCE guard, 5'9 APRIL JOHNSON and KING guard DEEDRA EVANS. The MAVERICKS have won consistently in the younger groups for several years. When it's all said and done though it should come down to the pair of probable top 10 teams in the blue-blood BELLES and the new school LADY REBELS.

 

B >>> TENNESSEE FLIGHT SILVER, DFW WASHINGTON, GAUCHOS, NORCAL ELITE

 

Likely, the deepest of all the pools, talking Olympic size, with the defending national champion FLIGHT leading the fleet despite the departure cross-Continental stars. DFW WASHINGTON is top 10 caliber with top '14 recruit 6'4 BRIANNA TURNER headlining a talented cast with rising senior guard CURTYCE KNOX of regionally ranked ATASOCOCITA, classmate NICOLE BLASOWSKY of FB AUSTIN and top 50 '14 recruit MACKENZIE CALVERT. Up front, 6'4 rising junior KELSEY LANG bolsters DFW WASH's as does her high school teammate at THE WOODLANDS, 5'9 '12 guard PAIGE BRADLEY. The GAUCHOS lost CANTY and LANEY but return a talented cast with 5'9 PISCATAWAY guard DENAEJAH GRANT and PEEKSKILL (NY) 5'7 guard ASIA JACKSON at the helm. ZAIRE O'NEIL, a top 25 recruit of the '14 class, gives them some length. The FLIGHT is booked with top flight talent once again with Bluegrass POY 5'11'13 REBECCA GREENWELL, who is coming off of another 30+ point season at OWENSBORO CATHOLIC. Joining GREENWELL will be Volunteer state first team selection, RIVERDALE's SHACOBIA BARBEE and her backcourt partner at RIVERDALE, rising junior, 5'7 TYISHA PETTY. 6'2 BRASHARA GRAVES has repotedly moved over from DRAKE REED and ALIYAH WHITESIDE was believed to hopped a flight from MEMPHIS ELITE. MAJORIE BUTLER, a rising senior from KNOX WEBB, and talented rising sophomore ALEXA MIDDLETON add to the star-studded cast.

 

C >>> DFW T-JACK, TEAM TAURASI- CAL STORM, GEORGIA ELITE, THE FAMILY

 

T-JACK is top team of the top program in the land. MORIAH JEFFERSON is this year's SIMS, and was last year after ALEXIS JONES went her own way. Another JONES, JORDON, of DESOTO fame, however does join JEFFERSON in the backcourt. COURTNEY WALKER, from the Sooner state, joins T-JACK, and will head to the defending champ T&M Aggies when her scholastic days are done after originally committing to the Sooners. CHELSEA JENNINGS, a 5'10 guard from nationally ranked NORTH CROWLEY stockpiles T-JACK's backcourt along with DUNCANVILLE's EMPRESS DAVENPORT and GABBY WILKINS. 6'4 Baylor recruit KRISTINA HIGGINS gives them size. TEAM TAURASI beat CAL SPARKS GOLD last week in the SPARKS semifinals before having to forfeit title game due to date with Chinese National team. The STORM has a handful of the Golden State's top recruits with O'DOWD '13 posts, 6'2 ODERSH CHIDOM and 6'1 KENDAL WATERS to go along with 6'3 ALYSON BEEBE of ST. JOSEPHS and 6'3 '13 KENDALL COOPER of ST. ANTHONYS. LAUREN EVANS of HAMILTON in Arizona rides with the STORM as does LONG BEACH POLY guard OLIVIA MONTGOMERY and PASADENA POLY guard MICHELLE MILLER. Also in the backcourt, a top '13 guard recruit in TROY's BRIANA ROBERSON. GEORGIA ELITE has Volunteer CHADARRYL CLAY along with fellow Peach stater's, KYLEE SMITH and rising seniors ASHLEE COLE of FOREST PARK and 6'1 forward ALEXIS ANDERSON of CHATTAHOOCHIE. The FAMILY has 5'9 REITZ MEMORIAL guard NATALIE COHLMEYER.

 

D >>> BOO WILLIAMS, ALL IOWA, ILLINOIS HUSTLE, CAL BALLAZ

 

BOO should be the favorite in this division despite not having a WILLIAMS, ROGERS or RUFFIN-PRATT headining their marquee. BWSL will have plenty of depth and size to battle with the top contenders but will be without a no doubt, top 25 recruit for the first time in a while. ALL IOWA loses STOKES but should return rising juniors JADDA BUCKLEY and SHAY KELLOGG. BUCKLEY is a 5'7 guard from MASON CITY and KELLOGG, is a 6'2 forward from AMES. The HUSTLE also lack the household names of the last few seasons but are always a team with great skill sets are very well coached. CAL BALAZ lost a strong quartet from their top 25 team from a year ago.

 

E >>> ESSENCE, TEXAS TEAM XPRESS, FBC SOUTHEAST, GSB

 

ESSENCE gets hurt as much as anyone with the new border rule, as it loses 6'4 Mississippian RACHEL HOLLIVAY, the 6'4 post, but no foes will share any tears with PURPLE, as they do return a trio of the Sunshine state's top guards. ALEXIS PRINCE, a 6'0 rising senior wing from EDGEWATER, classmate 5'7 guard NIYA JOHNSON of PK YONGE and top '13 recruit, 6'0 guard, IESHIA SMALL from DR. KROP gives ESSENCE a tough big 3. BRANDI TEAGUE, a 6'1 forward adds some size as does rising junior FAITH WOODWARD. JESSICA THOMAS of GAINESVILLE gives them depth in the backcourt. TEAM XPRESS is essentially the LADY CARDINALS of MACARTHUR High School in Irving, who just won the Texas 5A championship. X has one of the top 10 recruits in 5'7 ALEXIS JONES who took this barnstorming crew on a 40+ win in 45 game tour last year throughout the South and Southwest. Joining JONES will be LADY CARD teammates, 5'10 KHORIA NEWMAN and 5'4 ARIEL ANDERSON. FBC SE has 5'10 guard BRITTANY JACKSON from the Sunshine state and 6'2 forward KEYANNA HAYES.

 

F >>> EAST BAY XPLOSION, GEORGIA METROS, FAIRFAX STARS, NORTH TARTAN

 

EAST BAY is coming off of a strong performance at the CAL SPARKS tourney last week after beating WEST COAST PREMIER. EBX BLACK won the championship when TEAM TAURASI had to depart due to a meeting with the Chinese National team. EBX has recent Notre Dame committ HANNAH HUFFMAN headlining the fireworks. GEORGIA METROS has a couple of infiltrators in Bama's '13 post MARQUES WEBB of BREWBAKER TECH and South Carolina's 6'2 forward DAKEIYA COHEN. WEBB, a junior, won POY for her class in Bama and COHEN will be a top recruit in the '14 class. ALLISHA GRAY, a junior guard from WASHINGTON COUNTY and a pair of state champs from WESLEYAN, HOLLY WILKINS and KAELYN CAUSWELL join CHRISTEN JOHNSON of LOVETT on the roster. FAIRFAX will be ed by rising junior, 6'3 post BRIANNA JONES, who won several awards in Maryland after an outstanding sophmore season. NORTH TARTAN lost BRANHAM but does return Badger recruits, 5'11 guard TESS CICHY and 6'0 wing WHITNEY TINJUM. MIKAYLA BALIEY, a 5'9 hometown product will stay home as a Gopher next year while 6'0 guard KALI PESCHEL adds a third Big 10 team in the mix when she heads to Iowa. REBEKAH DAHLMAN, thw sophomore scoring sensation, joins TARTAN in their march.

 

G >>> CY FAIR NIKE, FBC BLUE, ALL OHIO, RING CITY

 

CY FAIR has Longhorn bound PEYTON LITTLE riding shotgun and top '14 recruit BROOKE MCCARTY of CLEAR SPRINGS in the saddle. AALIYAH BROWN joins a talented cast who will split biling with WESTSIDE ELITE as CY-FAIRS top teams. FBC BLUE should return top '13 recruit in 6'5 IMANI STAFFORD who is coming off a season in which she led her team to state crown. Last season, JILLIAN ALLEYNE, 6'2 from FONTANA, and 5'7 SOPHIA BASHIN of CAJON played key roles though they lose LAUDERMILL. ALL OHIO has a nice bunch from the '13 class including forward VANESSA SMITH of HATHAWAY BROWN. RING CITY loses their NEPTUNE stars in RICHARDSON and DAVIS but did have ALIYAH LEWIS stand out among others last year.

 

F >>> GEORGIA ICE, WESTSIDE ELITE, WEST COAST PREMIER, NE CRUSADERS

 

ICE is nice. KAELA DAVIS is back with her BUFORD teammate and future Volunteer teammate ANDRAYA CARTER. LEXIE BROWN from NORTH GWINNETT, joins the party after a great sophomore campaign as will top 25 freshman TARYN GRIFFEY from the Sunshine state's 6A champs DR. PHILLIPS. KRISTINA NELSON, a 6'3 post from GREATER ATLANTA CHRISTIAN, bolsters the frontline aong with Bama's HOOVER High 6'2 NICOLE TANNER. WEST COAST PREMIER has JORDAN ADAMS of MATER DEI running the show with 6'5 CANDICE AGEE in the post from SIVERADO. ADAMS high school teammate ALEXIS WILLIAMSON comes off a high school national championship and joins POLY'S DESTINY KING, OAK CHRISTIAN's BRIANNA BARRETT and CAMBELL HALL's LAUREN HOLIDAY give WCP a boatload of guards. WESTSIDE ELITE has two of Arkansas's best in juniors, guard TYLER SCAIFE and 6'2 forward JESSICA JACKSON.

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Spring rolls in with rights of passage going through Hampton this weekend where two-thirds of the nations top 10-30 teams are battling for spring supremacy, and more importantly, where top prospects have a chance to see their stock rise against the nation's elite players. The Boo Williams Nike Invitational has been the Spring staple for a while now and things haven't changed. Arguably, Boo hosts 8-9 of the best 11-12 teams in the land and a who's who among the country's roledex of tomorrow's stars.

 

The usual suspects of the heavy hitters came out swinging and where all 8 pools had a 3-0 winner. The PHILLY BELLES have taken command with a convincing 70-46 semifinal win over BOO WILLIAMS. The BELLES took out 3 decent teams in their pool including Silver Division finalist ARKANSAS MAVERICKS and the Bronze Division finalist AOT REBELS. The BELLES also beat MICHIGAN CROSSOVER in their pool and won all 3 by double-digits. The BELLES beat WEST COAST PREMIER 48-34, in the quarterfinals. The BELLES will face DFW T-JACK in the finals today at 12:15 Eastern.

 

T-JACK won their 3 pool games by a total of 85 points including a 56-48 win over top 10 TEAM TAURASI-CAL STORM. T-JACK then beat an undefeated FAIRFAX STARS squad, 62-51, in the quarters before holding off CY FAIR NIKE ELITE for a second time in 2 weekends. The two powers will collide for Spring bragging rights that will carry through possibly until late July.

 

BOO WILLIAMS and CY FAIR advance to the semifinals going 4-0 with their Gold Division quarterfinal wins. BOO won their 3 pool games by a total of 60 points and edged top 15 ESSENCE by 3 in the quarterfinals before getting rung by the BELLES. CY-FAIR won all 3 of their pool games by single-digits before stunning top 5 TENNESSEE FLIGHT in the quarterfinals.

 

The FLIGHT has flew through their pool, winning the trio of games by a combined 114 points. The FLIGHT have been down this runway before a look for a perfect landing in July in North Augusta. WEST COAST PREMIER was a quarterfinalist after winning a pair of their pool games by 29 and 34 (WESTSIDE ELITE) and melting the GEORGIA ICE by 3, 42-39. FAIRFAX STARS had an impressive showing before getting dispatched by T-JACK in the quarters with wins over GEORGIA METROS, NORTH TARTAN and EAST BAY XPOSION, who had just beat WEST COAST PREMIER a week prior at the Cali' Classic.

 

The ARKANSAS MAVERICKS are in the Silver Division championship game after going 2-1 in the BELLES pool and then beating GEORGIA ICE, 39-36, in the quarterfinals and FBC SE, 62-57, in the semis. TEAM TAURASI also advanced to the title game in the Silver after beating the GA METROS by 17 and DFW ELITE by 12 in the championship round.

 

GOLD DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP

 

PHILLY BELLES v DFW T-JACK

 

semifinalists; BOO WILLIAMS, CY FAIR NIKE ELITE

 

quarterfinalists; FLIGHT, WEST COAST PREMIER, ESSENCE, FAIRFAX STARS

 

 

SILVER DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP

 

ARKANSAS MAVERICKS v TEAM TAURASI

 

semfinalists; DFE ELITE, FBC SE

 

 

BRONZE DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP

 

AOT REBELS v FBC BLUE

 

semifinalists; GA ELITE, GSB

 

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CENTRAL FLORIDA ELITE will face the ARIZONA WARRIORS in the Joe Smith Gold Division championship after CFE held off BELLES-BRAMFORD by 1 and the WARRIORS scraped by the UTAH FLIGHT by 5 in the semifinals. In the top 15U Division, the Pacific, ALL IOWA ATTACK 15U faces NORTH TARTAN 15U in the final. In the 14's, it's the FAIRFAX STARS - DIX against BELLES - COSTELLO in the titlle game.

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Locally, 9 teams made the trip to the 757 and 6 came back with decent results. The FLAMES and DC HEAT both went 3-0 in pool play in the Pat Williams Division (3rd) and reached the quarterfinals. The FLAMES then got knocked off by the GA VOLS by 7 and the HEAT lost, 59-55, to the NJ SPARKS. The SHOOTING STARS 13 made the semfinals after going 3-0 before getting dispatched by SPORTS QUEST. The FLAMES, HEAT and SHOOTING STARS had the strongest finishes of the locals but the aforementioned SHOOTING STARS TEAM MARYLAND, SHOOTING STARS 14 and another DC HEAT team all finished 2-1 in pool play and had respectable showings. The FAIRFAX STARS - DIX 14U are 4-0 and in the 14U championship game.

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DFW T-JACK is still Jonesin' as JORDAN JONES and co. rocked the BELLES, 68-63, in the finals of the Newport News Division at the Boo Williams Nike Invitational. T-JACK traveled without a post over 6-+ but held off the BELLES who had been sounding off on others over the last 2 weeks. T-JACK held off CY FAIR NIKE ELITE last week in the Lonestar and now come away with the BOO title all the while stockpiling a half of a dozen very good teams in their stable. T-JACK beat top 5 TEAM TAURASI by 8 in their pool and then beat CY FAIR once again, this time by 12 in the semifinals. The BELLES and BREANNA STEWART had beaten MARYLAND BLUE STAR by 49 last weekend and won their first 5 games heading into the championship by a combined 69 points, all by double-digits.

 

TEAM TAURASI won the Silver Division championship, 49-37, over the ARKANSAS MAVERICKS and FBC BLUE won the Bronze, 58-42, over the AOT REBELS whose hopes were dashed by DIAMOND DESHIELDS broken hand. FAIRFAX STARS 14U lost a heart breaker in the 14U championship to the BELES 14U.

 

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Down in the Deep South in Raleigh, 19 locals made the jaunt to the triangle and almost a dozen come back with solid if not championship results. The top local finish were the MARYAND GRIZZLIES 15U, who played in the 16 U Signature Division. The GRIZZ' won their first 4 games by margins of 31, 11, 16 and 13 before losing the championship game by 1 to ALL MICHIGAN. Also in the 16U Signature Division, LOVE ELITE finished 3-1 and a top 10 finish.

 

In the 17U National Division, two familiar faces, LADY TERPS and TEAM UNIQUE, were featured, and both held their own within the division with the LADY TERPS finishing 5th and TEAM UNIQUE with a top 10 finish. The LADY TERPS finished 3-1 with their only loss coming to the eventual winner, OHIO LADY ATTACK. UNIQUE,, lost a 1 point game to an Ontario team a a 5 point loss in the 9th place game to go with their 2 wins.

 

In the 16U Sponsored Division, PSPA RAMS, went 3-1 and finished 5th, beating TEAM SOL REESE. In the 16 National Division, the SURE SHOTS ran off 3 straight wins after losing their opener. In the 15U Sponsored Division, ALANA BEARD FUTURE 15U, advanced to the final four before losing to TENNESSEE THREAT. The LADY COMETS 15U finished 5th with a 3-1 record. ALANA BEARD FUTURE 13U won their last 3 games after losing their first, in the 14U National Division.

 

In the 17U Sponsored Division, the top bracket, it was the LADY FIRE 'aka' WHITNEY YOUNG, winning the championship over UNITED BASKETBALL RED from Texas, by 7. Some other notables that competed were the CALIFORNIA SPARKS, KENTUCKY PREMIER, JAX LADY RAMS and the SC 76ers.

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Good update Mamba, I have a little more detail on the Deep South. The Lady Terps and Team Unique played in the National bracket and did themselves well. All games were competitive and well played. The Lady Terps had an excellent opportunity to win the bracket after going 2-0 and playing in the semi-finals. They should have defeated the Ohio team in the semis were it not for a few missed foul shots. It was an outstanding game and well played.The Ohio team held the ball the last 3 mins with (1) pt lead and it became a foul shooting contest. The Terps next beat a very strong and big "Team Carolina" team playing center court at Cameron Indoor Arena. Their best player is the daughter of Duke's head women's coach. The Terps had to much speed and skill and that was the difference. The Terps showed well as did Team Unique with their great guard play and speed. It was an excellent showing for DMV Basketball and it was an outstanding event.The Deep South is played at outstanding facilities(Duke, NC and NC State).

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Good update Mamba, I have a little more detail on the Deep South. The Lady Terps and Team Unique played in the National bracket and did themselves well. All games were competitive and well played. The Lady Terps had an excellent opportunity to win the bracket after going 2-0 and playing in the semi-finals. They should have defeated the Ohio team in the semis were it not for a few missed foul shots. It was an outstanding game and well played.The Ohio team held the ball the last 3 mins with (1) pt lead and it became a foul shooting contest. The Terps next beat a very strong and big "Team Carolina" team playing center court at Cameron Indoor Arena. Their best player is the daughter of Duke's head women's coach. The Terps had to much speed and skill and that was the difference. The Terps showed well as did Team Unique with their great guard play and speed. It was an excellent showing for DMV Basketball and it was an outstanding event.The Deep South is played at outstanding facilities(Duke, NC and NC State).

 

How did your daughter do?

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I thought she played very well, I was proud. Not to many Freshman were in that bracket but she contributed and played good smart basketball. She played all 5 positions (she is almost 6ft) and was a solid contributor. She hit some big shots in the clutch and did a nice job on defense and rebounding. She is working very hard to get better

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I thought she played very well, I was proud. Not to many Freshman were in that bracket but she contributed and played good smart basketball. She played all 5 positions (she is almost 6ft) and was a solid contributor. She hit some big shots in the clutch and did a nice job on defense and rebounding. She is working very hard to get better

 

Good. Who else is on the Terps this year?

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