Photo Credit: Hector Martinez / Moving Pictures 2018-19 season: 20-8 regular-season record, PSAL City finalist. Players to Watch: Jaquan Carlos, Diovion Middleton, Kevin Tabb, Ramsey King. Never forget about the Orange Wave… With tons of buzz surrounding South Shore and Brooklyn Collegiate, there is one team many should still keep their eyes on and that … Continue reading Tri-State Power 25 Season Preview: Thomas Jefferson Orange Wave.
2018-19 season: 20-7 Record, CHSAA Quarterfinalist Key players to Watch: Malachi Smith, Luis Kortright, Gary Grant St. Raymond’s Ravens have been preparing all summer to build off an impressive 2018-19 campaign. From early morning workouts to performing well in summer tournaments and preseason events, the Ravens have their eyes on making a deep post season … Continue reading Tri-State Power 25 Season Preview: St. Raymond’s Ravens
2018-19 season: 15-8 record, reached CHSAA city quarterfinals. Key players to Watch: Shawn Fulcher, Nick Folk, Billy Reyes, and Jaden Peña X Factor: Elijah Hardison “Outwork and Outplay everybody. These are the words that describe the Xaverian Clippers who are one of the most intriguing teams in the CHSAA this upcoming season. The clippers have … Continue reading Tri State Power 25 Season Preview: Xaverian Clippers
2018-19 Season: 14-16 record , CHSAA City Championship runner-up Key Players to Watch: RJ Davis, Adrian Griffin Jr. Malcolm Chimeze One of the top teams in the tri-state area and in the nation is from White Plains, NY. The Archbishop Stepinac Crusaders will start the season ranked No.36 in the nation according to Ball is … Continue reading Tri-State Power 25 Season Preview: Archbishop Stepinac Crusaders
This summer Brooklyn Stompers came for just about everything people said they couldn’t have and they took it. The Stompers consists of many of the top players from all over the borough of Brooklyn have taken high school division championships all over the city. From Rucker Park to West 4th, to Lincoln Park in Queens … Continue reading Best of Summer 2019: Brooklyn Stompers Keep on Taking It
Moussa Cisse a 6-11 rising Junior made his mark this summer in NYC before moving on to Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, Tennessee Continue reading Moussa Makes His Mark
On Tuesday, Nike’s NY vs NY tournament made its way to Brooklyn, NY as Gersh Park was the host of the tournament, but due to the rain, all games were moved to First Achievement High school in Crown Heights. Despite the games being indoors that didn’t stop all of the players and fans from coming … Continue reading NY vs NY 2018: The Brooklyn Way