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Avon Old Farms Grad Holding Court With Harlem Globetrotters

5/1/17
By BOB YORK
 
The New England Prep School Athletic Council has enjoyed a long and storied tradition of readying its student/athletes for the rigors that will be awaiting them on the collegiate level. In fact, it would probably be safe to say that the 184 schools that make up today’s NEPSAC rank and file have proudly watched thousands of graduates throughout the years move on to make their mark in the college athletic arena.
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Azar Swain Named 2016-17 Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Basketball Player of the Year

CHICAGO (March 20, 2017) — In its 32nd year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, today announced Azar Swain of The Rivers School as its 2016-17 Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Basketball Player of the Year. Swain is the first Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Basketball Player of the Year to be chosen from The Rivers School.
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Brooks School Boys basketball Wins Second Consecutive NEPSAC Tournament

3/9/2017

“Calm, collected confidence,” is how Brooks School’s boys 1st basketball coach John McVeigh described his team’s mindset going into the finals of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council’s winter tournament on Sunday evening. The attitude served them well.
 
After besting fifth-seeded Rivers School 73-49 on Saturday at home, the top-seed squad took down sixth-seeded Marianapolis Preparatory 68-32 at Clark University in Worcester, Mass. the next day, making them Class B NEPSAC champions once again! 
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St. Luke's Boys' Basketball: 2017 Class C Champions

St. Luke’s Boys Varsity Basketball capped off another remarkable season on Sunday evening by winning the NEPSAC Class C championship with a 74-65 win over Greens Farms Academy.

The victory at Clark University, Worcester, MA completed a second straight trifecta for the team adding the New England title to the regular season championship and the FAA tournament trophy.
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Cheshire Academy’s Elijah Pemberton ’16 Selected for Jordan Brand Classic Game

3/24/2016
Only the top players in the New York area get invited every year to the Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game, held at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, NY. This year, Cheshire Academy is excited to announce that Elijah Pemberton ’16 has been officially selected to participate. Pemberton will join other select regional athletes to compete in a game sponsored by both Jordan Brands and Nike on Friday, April 15 at 5:30 pm EST.
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MAISAD Announces Boys’ Varsity Basketball League All-Stars

The MAISAD League is pleased to announce its boys varsity basketball league All-Stars.  MAISAD Tournament Champion New Hampton School and Runner-up Kents Hill join fellow MAISAD league members Hebron Academy, Hyde School (ME), Brewster Academy, Lee Academy and Gould Academy in recognizing the following players as league All-Stars.
 
From New Hampton: Williams Swindells, Louis Rogers Fils-Aimé, Nate Friend, Guthrie Little
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2016 NEPSAC All-New England Selections Announced

Click here for the 2016 NEPSAC All New England Selections for Classes AA, AA, A, B, C and D.

 
 
Cheshire Academy’s Elijah Pemberton ’16 Wins High School Slam Dunk Voting Contest

After four weeks of intense voting, Elijah Pemberton ’16 has officially won the online slam dunk voting contest and earned a spot at the 2016 American Family Insurance Slam Dunk Championships in Houston, Texas on April 3, which will air live on CBS from 3:30-5:00 pm. The competition will take place the day before the NCAA Final Four Championship game.
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2016 Williston Wildcats Win Second Consecutive NEPSAC Class A Championship

The Williston Wildcats won their second consecutive NEPSAC Class A boys basketball championship defeating Phillips Exeter Academy 56-53 at Rhode Island College on Sunday. Exeter came out of the gates fast with three early 3 pointers to take an 11-4 lead. Williston fought back and trailed 27-23 at the half. Exeter kept the lead and was up 40-35 with 9:35 left on the clock. Williston took their first lead 43-42 with 7:20 to go on a Jake Ross (Florence) 3 pointer. A Ross layup put Williston up 47-44 with 5:30 remaining. On the next possession Isaiah Brooks nailed a three to give Williston a 50-44 lead, their largest of the afternoon. Exeter countered with a three pointer followed by a basket and a foul shot to tie the game at 50 all with 1:58 left. A Jake Wisniewski bucket put Williston ahead with a minute and a half remaining. With just 25 seconds on the clock Chris Hudson increased the Willliston lead to 54-50 with a key offensive rebound and put-back. Exeter then hit a long three with 7.6 remaining to cut the lead to one. Forced to foul they sent Sam Geschickter to the line where he hit both ends of the one and one to put Williston on top 56-53. A last gasp three point attempt by Exeter missed and Williston was able to celebrate their second consecutive championship.
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Greens Farms Academy Boys' Basketball Claims Unprecedented Third Consecutive New England Prep School Class C  Championship.

3/9/15

The Greens Farms Academy boys varsity basketball team claimed an unprecedented third consecutive New England Prep School Class C tournament championship. In a game laced with late drama, GFA defeated the Winchedon School of Massachusetts, 64-53.  The big drama started at 10:57 remaining mark, with GFA leading by 11 points. The game's MVP, Dragon senior guard, Jim Djema went down as he twisted a knee on a drive to the basket. Most recently, in the FAA tournament quarter finals at an eerily similar point in the game, Djema was knocked out by an elbow- induced gash in his scalp. In that game, GFA saw their 16 point lead and shot at the FAA tournament title evaporate. Without Djema's senior leadership, the GFA offense imploded into a rash of fatal turnovers.  That did not happen today in the New England title game. Djema's youthful teammates showed a new level of maturity and resolve. Freshman Henry Holzinger, Sophomore Evan Roteman, Juniors Chile Larraguibel and Isaac Manton rose to the enormity of the moment.
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