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Can anyone give me the low down on Aberdeen this year....is Malloy back there??

 

I've been out of the loop for a while.

 

Aberdeen should be good again. They still have Jones who will put up sick numbers. They didn't lose much and they have freshman point guard Kierra Palmer who can hoop. The new coach isn't much of an improvement from what I hear.

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Congratulation to Daphney Blakeney, new Western Coach and Keith Booth new Loyola Women's Asst Coach.

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Aberdeen should be good again. They still have Jones who will put up sick numbers. They didn't lose much and they have freshman point guard Kierra Palmer who can hoop. The new coach isn't much of an improvement from what I hear.

Is Palmer the young lady who had a great AAU season with the Shooting Stars??

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Is Palmer the young lady who had a great AAU season with the Shooting Stars??

 

She played on their 15u team I believe. One of my favorites.

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Athletes for Excellence

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Harborview Sports Medicine

Preventing Common Basketball Injuries

 

ACL, Sprains, MCL, Strains, Shin Splints, Jumpers Knee, PCL

When: Saturday, November 5, 2011

 

Where: Riverdale Field House

Riverdale Baptist School

1133 Largo Road

Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20744

 

Time: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Registration is from 1:15 PM – 1:55 PM

COST - $30.00 per athlete

 

Station 1 – Dynamic warm-up for prevention. This is not stagnant stretching; these are warm-up exercises for highly active athletes (male and female) and are used before activity to prevent injuries. Handouts will be available after demonstration and practical application.

 

Station 2 – Jump-landing training. This will show the proper technique for jumping not only for prevention of injury but this will also improve jump performance. Techniques will allow the athlete to improve jumps while preventing risk of injury.

 

Station 3 – Video Evaluation – Slow Motion Biomechanical Video analysis of the athlete. Therapist will be able to pinpoint and correct proper landing technique. Each athlete will be individually videoed and given personal corrections! This is over a $100.00 dollar value free with the clinic!

 

 

The first 80 registered athletes guaranteed video analysis with no extra costs!

 

Training Lead by Justin B. Cooper, MPT Physical Therapist

Physical Therapists and Professional/Collegiate Level Athletic Trainers Return to Play Program: http://www.harborhospital.org/body.cfm?id=556556

 

FREE GENERAL SESSION - For all coaches, parents, teams, siblings

NOTE: Only paid patrons can attend the remaining sessions .

 

SPECIAL REQUESTS - All participants will be asked to wear clothing ready to play. They are asked to bring knee and ankle braces and other modalities they actually wear when they play in games.

 

Pre-Registration Email: Let us know you are participating. Send an email to a4excellence@gmail.com and tell how many will attend. Guarantee your spot, pre-register by email and pay at the door!

 

Payment via Internet: PayPal/Credit Cards coming soon. Keep checking website for more information! http://www.a4excellence.com

 

Physical therapist /Athletic trainers will be at each station. Groups will rotate between each station. All participants will be asked to wear clothing and shoes ready to play. Athletes should bring knee or ankle braces and other items they typical wear to play in games.

 

PREVENTION IS KEY TO HIGH PERFORMANCE!!!

 

Justin Cooper, MPT received his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland, College Park and his Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before his physical therapy training, he was a high school coach and teacher. He has worked with current scholastic, colligate and former WNBA athletes. Cooper is the clinic coordinator of Harborview Sports Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

They offer specialty programs for basketball, soccer, lacrosse, baseball, running, golf, and ACL injuries using Sports Motion video analysis to determine safe return to play and improve performance. The programs have been developed with Dr. Leigh Ann Curl, the current head orthopedic surgeon for the Baltimore Ravens. She has also served as team physician for the University of Maryland Terrapins, the New York Mets, and USA Women's Basketball.

 

Carissa Colangelo, PTA, ATC, CSCS graduated from California University of Pennsylvania in 2001 with an associate's degree as a physical therapists assistant and a bachelor's degree in athletic training. Colangelo completed her master's degree in athletic training and higher education at Ohio University in 2003. She also is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Prior to joining Harborview, Colangelo spent six years at King's College in Wilkes-Barre, PA as an athletic trainer.

 

To learn more about Harborview Sports Medicine visit http://www.harborhospital.org/PT or call (410) 350-8372.

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Athletes for Excellence

Presents…

Harborview Sports Medicine

Preventing Common Basketball Injuries

 

ACL, Sprains, MCL, Strains, Shin Splints, Jumpers Knee, PCL

Send a email to a4excellence@gmail.com to pre-register.

We can only take the first 100 athletes with the first 80 guaranteed a slot for video analysis. Video Analysis will conists of 3 jumps and a on-the-spot analyisis with individual instruction for each athlete.

 

For those who called, please send email...slots are going fast!!!

Please do not call Harborview Hospital. .

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Full Court Basketball Training Services

Full Court Basketball Services is a staff of basketball experts that have a proven track record of building better players. If you want to increase your game, FCB is for you! Here is just sampling of how we will increase your basketball skill set, strength, speed, agility and anaerobic endurance to play ball.

• The Sport-Specific Approach to Strength Training Programs

Modern day basketball players and coaches now accept the benefits of strength training, yet the bodybuilding approach is still predominates. We will train you on how the various elements of strength fit together in the overall plan. This component will cover the various design elements of a successful, sport-specific strength training regimen. Learn how to maximize your strength training sessions.

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• Plyometric Training for Sport-Specific Power

 

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1 hour $45 or three 1-hour sessions package $75

Sessions begin October 30, 2011

Make Checks payable to Donchez Graham

For More Information call 410 258-0674

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Showcase Winter League-MAG League- 4th to 8th grades

 

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MID- ATLANTIC GIRL'S BASKETBALL LEAGUE (The MAG League) MAGNBL

 

 

2011/12 – Showcase Winter Girls Basketball League

 

Showcase Winter League for girls travel teams – The "MAG League"

 

This is a Big Time League! Not a recreation or AAU League!

 

This is not for bump duckers. Not for the weak!

 

Elite Travel Teams play in the Big Time League!

 

Elite Level Girls Basketball! Only league with Top Area HS Coaches and Talent Evaluators watching games every weekend

 

No1# League for Exposure! All schools want MAG players!

 

No AAU registration is required! This is not an AAU/Rec league!

 

This is a Showcase Winter League for Elite Level Travel Teams 4th to 8th grade

 

Division I and Division II- Elite teams.

 

Only 40 teams

 

If you are looking to compete against the best and want to play in front of the area’s top Coaches and Top Talent Scouts then play in the MAG!

 

You can go on line and register at http://www.MAGNBL.Com

 

 

The League is:

- Stop Clock Games

- All teams make playoffs

- All Star weekend-7th Annual(Packed w /HS Coaches)

- Championships in each of the 5 Divisions

- Outstanding Referees

- Games on Saturday and Sunday

- Flexible Schedule

 

The MAG league is entering its 7th season of play!

 

-Over 20 girls playing Division I college basketball played in the MAG

 

-A League for Elite level teams looking for competition and HS Exposure!

 

 

 

Online Registration is available at www. MAGNBL.com and you can pay on line!

 

The MAG League!

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We have 44 teams committed to participate in this years Beast of the East Showcase. Go to our website. http://www.beastoftheeastshowcase.webs.com for details. In an unprecedented move we decided to bring our event back to our hometown of Baltimore, MD. St. Frances Academy and the Carmelo Center will be the host sites for our event. Baltimore it is going to be bigger and better then ever. Any teams can register on our site for the waiting list. (Teams are taking off the waiting list up until the day before our event) Hope to see you there. See you at the Beast.

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We have 44 teams committed to participate in this years Beast of the East Showcase. Go to our website. http://www.beastoftheeastshowcase.webs.com for details. In an unprecedented move we decided to bring our event back to our hometown of Baltimore, MD. St. Frances Academy and the Carmelo Center will be the host sites for our event. Baltimore it is going to be bigger and better then ever. Any teams can register on our site for the waiting list. (Teams are taking off the waiting list up until the day before our event) Hope to see you there. See you at the Beast.

 

While I do agree it is bigger than ever. I dont see how you can say it is better... The Poly Western Complex was a big part why it was great. 2 connecting gyms so coaches could wander abck and forth. Now with two completely seperate gyms no matter how close they are to each other will completely divide the college looks... Still a great event but IMO no way could you say it is better with the 2 facilities that you chase for this wonderful event... I can tell from what I read here and elsewhere you are really trying to see these venues I think in part because you know how special the previous sites were.. just doesnt ring true with me... Also is it still $10 to get in... to see half the games?

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While I do agree it is bigger than ever. I dont see how you can say it is better... The Poly Western Complex was a big part why it was great. 2 connecting gyms so coaches could wander abck and forth. Now with two completely seperate gyms no matter how close they are to each other will completely divide the college looks... Still a great event but IMO no way could you say it is better with the 2 facilities that you chase for this wonderful event... I can tell from what I read here and elsewhere you are really trying to see these venues I think in part because you know how special the previous sites were.. just doesnt ring true with me... Also is it still $10 to get in... to see half the games?

 

Where's the like button? Parking sucks at both of those locations. Now I'll have to pick and choose which games I want to catch or roam around East Baltimore looking for a spot. Plus, I'll miss chatting it up with everyone in one building. Oh well, food for thought for next year.

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Where's the like button? Parking sucks at both of those locations. Now I'll have to pick and choose which games I want to catch or roam around East Baltimore looking for a spot. Plus, I'll miss chatting it up with everyone in one building. Oh well, food for thought for next year.

 

I agree.. not much good can be said about the sites they chose... Maybe next year it will go back to a place where there can be 2 gyms going at once...

Parking?? Where are all those school busses for the teams park? And I never thought about the admission till newbie said something.. you get half the games for the same price.. is that true?

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Thank You for your thoughts and suggestions. It was our goal to have all games in a dual facility. Since we are no longer at Poly/Western; that venue was not available to us this season. We also had another venue that we thought was available but it fell through at the last hour. We Thank, the Carmelo Center and St. Frances Academy for helping us in our vision for the event this season. The fee is $10, however you can go travel back and forth between venues to attend games. We are working towards making it an easy transition between both gyms. I will keep you all updated.

 

This event will not work without you all the fans, so thank you all and please come out and support.

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Athletes for Excellence

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Harborview Sports Medicine

Preventing Common Basketball Injuries

 

ACL, Sprains, MCL, Strains, Shin Splints, Jumpers Knee, PCL

Send a email to a4excellence@gmail.com to pre-register.

We can only take the first 100 athletes with the first 80 guaranteed a slot for video analysis. Video Analysis will conists of 3 jumps and a on-the-spot analyisis with individual instruction for each athlete.

 

For those who called, please send email...slots are going fast!!!

Please do not call Harborview Hospital. .

 

PayPal link is down.

Please register by sending an email to...

a4excellence@gmail.com

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MID- ATLANTIC GIRL'S BASKETBALL LEAGUE (The MAG League) MAGNBL

 

 

2011/12 – Elite Showcase Winter Girls Basketball League

 

High Level Winter League – MAG League

 

Elite Level Girls Basketball! Only league with Top Area Coaches in attendance every weekend

 

No1# League for Exposure! All HS schools want MAG players!

 

No AAU registration is required!(Save your money and fees)

 

This is not a recreation/AAU league

 

This is a High Level Showcase Winter League for Elite Level Travel Teams

 

Grades- 4th thru 8th grade Teams

 

Division I and II teams.

 

Only 50 teams- We have 25 teams registered

 

If you are looking to compete against the best and want to play in front of the area’s top Coaches and talent evaluation scouts then play in the MAG!

 

You can go on line and register – http://www.MAGNBL.Com

 

 

The League is:

- Stop Clock Games- 8 regular season games

- All teams make championship playoffs

- All Star weekend-7th Annual(Packed w /HS Coaches/scouts)

- Championships in each of the 5 Divisions

- Outstanding Referees

- Games on Saturday and Sunday

- Flexible Schedule for out of town teams(PA, VA, WVA, NJ)

 

The MAG league is entering its 7th season of play!

 

-Over 20 girls playing Division I college basketball played in the MAG

 

-A League for Elite level teams looking for High Level competition and HS and Talent Scout Exposure!

 

Is your team high level or recreation? This is Elite Level Basketball for only 50 teams!

 

Online Registration is available at www. MAGNBL.com and you can pay on line!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MAGNBL

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We have 44 teams committed to participate in this years Beast of the East Showcase. Go to our website. http://www.beastoftheeastshowcase.webs.com for details. In an unprecedented move we decided to bring our event back to our hometown of Baltimore, MD. St. Frances Academy and the Carmelo Center will be the host sites for our event. Baltimore it is going to be bigger and better then ever. Any teams can register on our site for the waiting list. (Teams are taking off the waiting list up until the day before our event) Hope to see you there. See you at the Beast.

 

When is the schedule being posted.. Am interested to see who is playing where and when..

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This sounds really good. How much is it and what day is on?

 

Actually, it is more than a steal...these folks are the therapists and sports medicine folks that support Dr. Leigh Ann Curl (lead surgeon for Ravens) and she herself a former UCONN player! They have a vested interest in the injurys sustained by youth.

 

The video evaluation portion is about $100+ in a clinical environment. This is really something that each kid needs if they want to properly address their jumping technique. Each athlete will be given an analysis based on review of the 3 jumps from the videos.

 

Also, they are asked to bring things they currently wear in a game and placed in game time situations to see their reactions.

 

The price is $30.00 and it is November 5, 2011 from 2-5 pm at Riverdale Baptist Field House. The full advertisement is further up in the thread and also on a separate thread.

 

For more information write to a4excellence@gmail.com

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Real Basketball Report Top Eleven 2012 Class

(in alphabetical order)

 

Kelilah Atkinson, 5-10, Riverdale Baptist, Upper Marlboro, MD (Wake Forest);

Kandace Ball, 6-3, Oak Hill Academy, Mouth of Wilson, VA (Wake Forest);

Logan Battle, 6-1, West Springfield, Springfield, VA (Georgetown);

Jephany Brown, 6-0, H.D. Woodson, Washington, DC (Providence);

Merritt Hempe, 6-2, Stafford, Stafford, VA (Georgia);

Jonquel Jones, 6-1, Riverdale Baptist, Upper Marlboro, MD (Clemson);

Lanay Montgomery, 6-4, Academy of the Holy Cross, Kensington, MD (West Virginia);

Angela Mickens, 5-7, R.E. Lee, Staunton, VA (James Madison);

Jennie Simms, 6-0, Riverdale Baptist, Upper Marlboro, MD (West Virginia);

Faith Randolph, 5-8, Good Counsel, Olney, MD (Virginia);

LaQuanda Younger, 5-9, Warwick, Newport News, VA (Old Dominion).

 

Real Basketball Report Top Eleven 2013 Class

(in alphabetical order)

 

Lyndsay Allen, 5-8, St. John's College, Washington, D.C;

Infiniti Alston 6-5, Digital Harbor, Baltimore, MD (Penn State);

Tasia Butler, 6-0, North Point, Waldorf, MD;

Bria Carter, 6-0, Spotsylvania, Spotsylvania, VA;

A'lexus Harrison, 6-0, Digital Harbor, Baltimore, MD (Maryland);

Taneesha Graves, 5-9, Oak Hill Academy, Mouth of Wilson, VA;

Brionna Jones, 6-3, Aberdeen, Aberdeen, MD;

Tyshell King 5-11, St. Frances Academy, Baltimore, MD (Wake Forest)

Adrienne Motley, 5-9, Woodside, Newport News, VA;

Lindsay Spann, 5-6, Good Counsel, Olney, MD;

Jannah Tucker, 6-0, New Town, Owings Mills, MD

 

Real Basketball Report Top Eleven 2014 Class

(in alphabetical order)

 

Dorothy Adomaka, 6-0, Cosby, Mosely, VA;

Rhamat Alhassan, 6-4, Academy of the Holy Cross, Kensington, MD;

Lynee Belton, 6-3, The Bullis School, Potomac, MD;

Dyzhanay Burton, 5-4, City College, Baltimore, MD;

Braysia Hicks, 5-10, Woodside, Newport News, VA;

Ariana Freeman, 5-10, Paul VI, Fairfax, VA;

Nicole Floyd, 6-1, Stonewall Jackson, Manassas, VA;

Chloe Jackson, 5-8, Riverdale Baptist, Upper Marlboro, MD;

Kirby Porter, 6-1, The Bullis School, Potomac, MD;

Kalia Prather, 6-2, North Point, Waldorf, MD;

Mykayla Venson, 5-7, Yorktown, Arlington, VA.

 

Real Basketball Report Top Eleven 2015 Class

(in alphabetical order)

 

DeJanae Boykin, 6-0, St. John's College, Washington, DC;

Amari Carter, 5-7, St. John's College, Washington, DC;

Kayla Clark, 5-11, Archbishop Spalding, Severn, MD

Taja Cole, 5-8, L.C. Bird, Chester, VA;

Corurtney Crawford, 5-10, Archbishop Carroll, Washington, DC;

Jessica Dagulih, 6-2, Fairfax, Fairfax, VA;

Chanette Hicks, 5-4, Maury, Norfolk, VA;

Kelly Koshuta, 6-2, Madison, Vienna, VA;

Taylor Murray, 5-6, Annapolis Area Christian, Severn, MD;

Marta Sniezek, 5-7, National Cathedral, Washington, DC;

Gianna Smith, 5-11, Maury, Norfolk, VA.

 

Real Basketball Report Top 2016 Class

(in alphabetical order)

 

Stephanie Jones, 6-1, Harve de Grace Middle School

 

More Real Basketball Report features to come in the near future. The Real Basketball Report DMV Preseason Top 25 coming soon.

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When is the schedule being posted.. Am interested to see who is playing where and when..

 

We had to make some adjustment to our schedule. It will be out as soon as I give the final OK to all the changes. It is going to spur a lot debate. :D

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