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Girl's High School Basketball 2011/2012

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I am starting this thread for positive information, feedback and updates for the High School Girl's Bball season. Please feel free to add POSITIVE information about coaches, tournaments, players, etc.. Criticism is always welcomed but with stats behind it please.

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Changes. Congratulations to my old boss and good friend Tiffany Silver. She has been hired as the Assistant Coach at Johns Hopkins University Women's Basketball. She is going to do a great job. With that said I have taken over the reins at the Showcase and we are rolling along.

 

We have a new name, new ideas, but the same quality Teams and competition.

 

You can now go to http://www.beastoftheeastshowcase.webs.com for details of the Showcase. It is still December 9th, 10th, & 11th 2011. I will updating the teams soon. You can also follow us on twitter.com/beastshowcase facebook:

 

facebook.com/beastoftheeastshowcase

 

Thank You All and Have a great High School Season.

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Congrats to Imani Bailey, Meade High, she has verbally committed to Lasalle University.

 

Coach Jeff Williams is doing an excellent job recruiting in the area she will join Omaah Tayong.

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Basketball Coaches Clinic

 

Saturday, September 24, 2011 from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

 

Register online at www.rbsladycrusaders.org

 

 

Lectures and on-court demonstrations with players!

 

Speakers include coaches from...

 

Maryland - Virginia - Howard

Penn State - Clemson - JMU - DePaul

George Mason and MORE!!

Coaches for Elite, High School, League and AAU Teams.

Receive first hand knowledge of prominent college coaches!

Learn from the coaches who recruit girls from the DMV!

 

In addition…Riverdale Baptist coaching staff will teach 15 team drills that you can use in your program.

 

Videos of the clinic will be available to purchase 15 minutes after the conclusion

 

Cost $25.00

 

Email: drich9200@aol.com to reserve your seat or register on line.

 

Clinic to be held at

Riverdale Baptist Fieldhouse

1133 Largo Road

Upper Marlboro, MD 20774

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It would be nice if the conversation could focus more on the baltimore area teams to include the publics. I get lost with all of the national elite all-world conversations. Im trying to follow the locals a bit more this year. I will be following New Town and Dunbar mostly. Can anyone give me the 411 on those teams?

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Western has not hired a new coach as of yet. I agree BJC. Newtown has Coach Gina there and they should be pretty good this season. Western Tech/ Catonsville should be at the top of the mountain. Baltimore City Digital/Dunbar/Poly have the players to watch. Especially Poly, because none of their key players have graduated. Western graduated a lot and will be rebuilding but could upset a team or two. Same with City.

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High School fall ball start this weekend. Anybody got some good games for the weekend to see?

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High School fall ball start this weekend. Anybody got some good games for the weekend to see?

 

Dunbar vs Carroll in the shooting stars fall league at the Laurel boys and girls club at 12:30 on Saturday should be a good game

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Who do you see as the best players at each position this year from the city, the counties, and the privates?

 

Which teams do you think will improve the most from last year?

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Basketball Coaches Clinic

 

Saturday, September 24, 2011 from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

 

Register online at www.rbsladycrusaders.org

 

 

Lectures and on-court demonstrations with players!

 

Speakers include coaches from...

 

Maryland - Virginia - Howard

Penn State - Clemson - JMU - DePaul

George Mason and MORE!!

Coaches for Elite, High School, League and AAU Teams.

Receive first hand knowledge of prominent college coaches!

Learn from the coaches who recruit girls from the DMV!

 

In addition…Riverdale Baptist coaching staff will teach 15 team drills that you can use in your program.

 

Videos of the clinic will be available to purchase 15 minutes after the conclusion

 

Cost $25.00

 

Email: drich9200@aol.com to reserve your seat or register on line.

 

Clinic to be held at

Riverdale Baptist Fieldhouse

1133 Largo Road

Upper Marlboro, MD 20774

 

 

This is one of the greatest opportunities for you to interact with college coaches, ask questions, enhance your program and get more tools to advance your athletes! DMV, the shot heard around the world!!!

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Here are the Game Schedules for September 10th and September 17th!

 

Saturday Sept 10th

 

9:00 Bladensburg VS Team Excel II

10:00 Lezzon Learned II VS Riverdale II

11:00 Eisenhower VS Lady Heat

12:00 Team Excel VS RBS III

 

Saturday Sept. 17th

 

9:00 Princeton Day VS Bladensburg

10:00 Team Excel I VS RBS II

11:00 Lady Heat VS RBS III

12:00 Lezzon Learned II VS Team Excel II

 

Games held at Riverdale Baptist School.

Slots still open - good way for schools to play from different areas around the DMV.

 

To secure your spot in the league and choice of days to play, send an email to Diane Richardson at drich9200@aol.com and fax your registration form to Athletes For Excellence 301-306-9298.

 

Go to http://www.eteamz.com/bwslgirlsbball...cfm?cat=758491 to download the registration form.

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This is one of the greatest opportunities for you to interact with college coaches, ask questions, enhance your program and get more tools to advance your athletes! DMV, the shot heard around the world!!!

 

Just added.... DePaul University!

 

Coaches, you can't afford not to take advantage of this opportunity! The list is growing and there is plenty of room. Time to make the DMV the place where college coaches want to recruit because...

 

ALL PLAYERS are QUALITY PLAYERS!

 

See Earlier Posts for Information!

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What will be the big transfers be this year that will effect the the states?

 

Alston at Digital will make it hard for Calvert to repeat. North Point got one from Riverdale that will change the game against G-burg.

 

Any others

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Another University added.... George Mason will join the Panel of Coaches.

 

Hope to See You There!

 

See the previous post for "Coaches Clinic" to receive more information!

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I have been talking to other basketball fans about the level of play that is in HS today. Many of us thought that the last 4 year class (08-11) was the strongest era of girls basketball in this decade numbers wise. Their were a lot of girls that could play that played during that time. Over 60 girls playing college basketball today. A great deal of high quality high school players also during that time frame. But the strongest era that maybe a different answer. I gave that era to the 04-07 era. I have put together my list of the Era teams - meaning all of the players were in HS at the same time. Classes of 00 -03, 04-07, 08-11.

There were so many good players. I had to give the 08-11 a bakers dozen cuz I couldn't cut anymore players. Just my thoughts.

00-03 04-07 08-11

PG Latoya Blue Keisha Eddy B.J. Williams

PG Kiesha Blackwell Alex Mcquire Brandi Wingate

2G Jill Marano Chandrea Jones LaShay Taft

2G BJ Banjo Marah Strickland Akeema Richards

2G Denise King Brittany Mallory Miriam McKenzie

3G Nicole Dailey Angel McCoughtry Asia Logan

3G Brooke Campbell Krystal Vaughn Nyree Williams

3G Jeanell Hughes Mi-Khida Hankins Tracey Carrington

Post Kelia Evans Andrea Dodrill Asya Bussie

Post Rayna DuBose Mercedes Robinson Simone Egwu

Post Jackie Valderas Zhondria Benn Sheronne Vails

Post LaKesha Wills Emily Bollinger Briana Hutchen

Jess Harlee

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I have been talking to other basketball fans about the level of play that is in HS today. Many of us thought that the last 4 year class (08-11) was the largest era of girls basketball in this decade numbers wise. Their were a lot of girls that could play that played during that time. Over 60 girls playing college basketball today. A great deal of high quality high school players also during that time frame. But the strongest era that maybe a different answer. I gave that era to the 04-07 era. I have put together my list of the Era teams - meaning all of the players were in HS at the same time. Classes of 00 -03, 04-07, 08-11.

There were so many good players. I had to give the 08-11 a bakers dozen cuz I couldn't cut anymore players. Just my thoughts.

00-03

PG Latoya Blue

PG Kiesha Blackwell

2G Mandy Clark

2G BJ Banjo

2G Jill Marano

3G Nicole Dailey

3G Brooke Campbell

3G Denise King

Post Kelia Evans

Post Rayna DuBose

Post Jackie Valderas

Post LaKesha Wills

04-07

PG Keisha Eddy

PG Alex Mcquire

2G Chandrea Jones

2G Marah Strickland

2G Brittany Mallory

3G Angel McCoughtry

3G Krystal Vaughn

3G Mi-Khida Hankins

Post Andrea Dodrill

Post Mercedes Robinson

Post Zhondria Benn

Post Emily Bollinger

08-11

PG B.J. Williams

PG Brandi Wingate

2G LaShay Taft

2G Akeema Richards

2G Miriam McKenzie

3G Asia Logan

3G Nyree Williams

3G Tracey Carrington

Post Asya Bussie

Post Simone Egwu

Post Sheronne Vails

Post Briana Hutchen

Jess Harlee

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Who do you see as the best players at each position this year from the city, the counties, and the privates?

 

Which teams do you think will improve the most from last year?

 

City

 

C/F Janelle Lane- Digital? Woodlawn?

F Dejanae Cannady- Coppin

F Alexus Harrison- Digital

F Michelle Wright- Dunbar

F Dada Burton- City

F Jasmine Smith- Poly

 

Baltimore County

 

C Janelle Lane- Woodlawn?

F Taylor Barton- Catonsville

F Jannah Tucker - New Town

G Cierra Wilson - Kenwood

G Dionna White-Milford Mill (Freshman)

 

Harford County

 

C Bri Jones- Aberdeen

F Shakera Head- Joppatowne

G Tro'quay Malloy- Joppatowne?

G Caela Tindilia- Bel Air

G Rachael Holehouse-Fallston

 

IAAM

 

C Britney Winborne- Catholic

F Adaize Aleaze- Roland Park

F Camille Calhoun- Spalding

G Stix Wilson- Seton Keough

G Tyshell King- St Francis

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I have been talking to other basketball fans about the level of play that is in HS today. Many of us thought that the last 4 year class (08-11) was the largest era of girls basketball in this decade numbers wise. Their were a lot of girls that could play that played during that time. Over 60 girls playing college basketball today. A great deal of high quality high school players also during that time frame. But the strongest era that maybe a different answer. I gave that era to the 04-07 era. I have put together my list of the Era teams - meaning all of the players were in HS at the same time. Classes of 00 -03, 04-07, 08-11.

There were so many good players. I had to give the 08-11 a bakers dozen cuz I couldn't cut anymore players. Just my thoughts.

00-03

PG Latoya Blue

PG Kiesha Blackwell

2G Mandy Clark

2G BJ Banjo

2G Jill Marano

3G Nicole Dailey

3G Brooke Campbell

3G Denise King

Post Kelia Evans

Post Rayna DuBose

Post Jackie Valderas

Post LaKesha Wills

04-07

PG Keisha Eddy

PG Alex Mcquire

2G Chandrea Jones

2G Marah Strickland

2G Brittany Mallory

3G Angel McCoughtry

3G Krystal Vaughn

3G Mi-Khida Hankins

Post Andrea Dodrill

Post Mercedes Robinson

Post Zhondria Benn

Post Emily Bollinger

08-11

PG B.J. Williams

PG Brandi Wingate

2G LaShay Taft

2G Akeema Richards

2G Miriam McKenzie

3G Asia Logan

3G Nyree Williams

3G Tracey Carrington

Post Asya Bussie

Post Simone Egwu

Post Sheronne Vails

Post Briana Hutchen

Jess Harlee

 

I think 2013-2016 might be even better a lot of young talent making its way up.

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I have been talking to other basketball fans about the level of play that is in HS today. Many of us thought that the last 4 year class (08-11) was the largest era of girls basketball in this decade numbers wise. Their were a lot of girls that could play that played during that time. Over 60 girls playing college basketball today. A great deal of high quality high school players also during that time frame. But the strongest era that maybe a different answer. I gave that era to the 04-07 era. I have put together my list of the Era teams - meaning all of the players were in HS at the same time. Classes of 00 -03, 04-07, 08-11.

There were so many good players. I had to give the 08-11 a bakers dozen cuz I couldn't cut anymore players. Just my thoughts.

00-03

PG Latoya Blue

PG Kiesha Blackwell

2G Mandy Clark

2G BJ Banjo

2G Jill Marano

3G Nicole Dailey

3G Brooke Campbell

3G Denise King

Post Kelia Evans

Post Rayna DuBose

Post Jackie Valderas

Post LaKesha Wills

04-07

PG Keisha Eddy

PG Alex Mcquire

2G Chandrea Jones

2G Marah Strickland

2G Brittany Mallory

3G Angel McCoughtry

3G Krystal Vaughn

3G Mi-Khida Hankins

Post Andrea Dodrill

Post Mercedes Robinson

Post Zhondria Benn

Post Emily Bollinger

08-11

PG B.J. Williams

PG Brandi Wingate

2G LaShay Taft

2G Akeema Richards

2G Miriam McKenzie

3G Asia Logan

3G Nyree Williams

3G Tracey Carrington

Post Asya Bussie

Post Simone Egwu

Post Sheronne Vails

Post Briana Hutchen

Jess Harlee

 

I think B.J Williams and Miriam Mckenzie should be in the 04-07 class and also Its no way Kandice Green Post 04-07 does not make this list.

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Congrats to my man Chris Burley on his move to St.Frances to join their staff. He will be a great addition.

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I think B.J Williams and Miriam Mckenzie should be in the 04-07 class and also Its no way Kandice Green Post 04-07 does not make this list.

 

I agree 1000% that KG - The Big Ticket doesn't get on list. I had it in my notes but I made that mistake.

I also checked on BJ and Miriam, they as well as KG graduated in 2008 making this their sr yr in college. My new list

08-11

PG B.J. Williams

PG Brandi Wingate

2G LaShay Taft

2G Akeema Richards

2G Miriam McKenzie

3G Asia Logan

3G Nyree Williams

3G Briana Hutchen

Post Asya Bussie

Post Simone Egwu

Post Sheronne Vails

Post Kandice Green

Jess Harlee

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