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Saturday | January 8th

CBA vs RFH box scores

Ranney vs Patrick School box scores

Neptune vs Ocean box scores

Mater Dei Prep vs Roman Catholic box scores

Point Pleasant Beach vs Middletown North box scores

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2017 NJ Tip-Off Showcase Recap

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Friday | December 15th

Teaneck vs Pascack Valley 71-51 box scores
Immaculate Conception vs. Seton Hall Prep 58 – 61 box scores

Saturday | December 16th

St. Benedicts vs Our Savior New American 63 – 52 box scores
CBA vs Blair 69 – 50 box scores
Hudson Catholic vs Pope John 82 – 55 box scores
Rutgers Prep vs Union Catholic 68 – 65 box scores

Sunday | December 17th

St Mary’s Elizabeth vs. Mater Dei 55 – 56 box scores
Gil St. Bernard’s vs Shawnee 68 – 46 box scores
Bergen Catholic vs Linden 44 – 50 box scores
Newark Eastside vs Don Basco 73 – 78 box scores

Outside Media


 NJ Hoop Recruit | Ja’Quaye James Drops 29 & Becomes Teaneck’s All Time High Scorer! Full Highlights HoopGroup Showcase

J Visions Images | @JVisionsImages | Max Preps

NJHoops.com | Jay Gomes

Top Juniors at Tip-Off Sunday
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News 12 Varsity | Mike Kinney (@MikeKinneyHS)

NJ Boys BB Roundup: Sunday Tip-Off Showcase
Seton Hall tops Immaculate behind play of Miller, Imegwu
Hudson Catholic rolls past Pope John in tip-Off Showcase

 

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Friday Results

Teaneck vs Pascack Valley 71 – 51 box scores
Seton Hall Prep vs Immaculate Conception 61 – 58 box scores

 

Saturday Results

St Benedict’s vs  Our Savior New American 63 – 52 box scores
CBA vs Blair 50 – 69 box scores
Hudson Catholic vs Pope John 82 – 55 box scores
Rutgers Prep vs Union Catholic 68 – 65 box scores

 

Sunday Results

Mater Dei vs  St Mary of Assumption  56 – 55 box scores
Shawnee vs Gill St Bernard 46 – 68 box scores
Linden vs Bergen Catholic  50 – 44 box scores
Don Bosco vs Newark East Side 73 – 78 box scores

 

2017 Reading Tip-Off Showcase Recap

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St. Joseph’s Prep. vs Berks Catholic.   48 – 25 box scores
Reading vs LaSalle   45 – 68 box scores

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 Outside Media


 City of Basketball Love | Reading Tip-Off: Snow can’t slow LaSalle College HS or St. Joe’s Prep Michael Bullock (@thebullp_n)

LL Hoops | Philly Teams Rule Hoop Group Reading ClassicBruce Badgley (@BadgleyBruce)

WSJP: St. Joe’s Prep Student Broadcasting Club Radio | St Joe’s Prep vs Berks Basketball 

Reading Eagle Newspaper | Berks Catholic vs St. Joe’s Prep Photo Gallery 

Reading Eagle Newspaper |Reading vs LaSalle College HS Photo Gallery

 

Top HS Basketball Opening Weekend Matchup

New Jersey high school basketball is saturated with talent this season. With names like Cam Reddish, Scottie Lewis, Bryan Antoine and Jabri Abdur-Rahim going at each other, this year is one of the most anticipated season for basketball junkies. One matchup you do not want to overlook is  Gil St. Bernard’s Paul Mulcahy and Shawnee’s Dean Noll.

We had an opportunity to see the two play in Hoop Group’s Fall High School Showcase a couple months ago where both had two of the most notorious plays of the weekend. Mulcahy pulled out a victory for Gill at the buzzer against the powerhouse of the weekend, Westtown. Over the weekend, he was going at players, attacking the rim and seeking contact every chance he had. Mulcahy finished the weekend in double digits during both Gil’s games.

Dean Noll got some love on social media after he threw down a dunk for Shawnee against Rutger’s Prep. A standout on the weekend, making good decisions and getting his teammates involved.

When we asked Mulcahy about Gil’s game against Shawnee Sunday, this is what he had to say…

“The Shawnee game should be exiting. They’re a tough team and very well coached. It will be a good test for us at the beginning of the season.”

Mulcahy’s and Noll’s play around the rim and tireless work ethic should make for an entertaining matchup.

Read our full Q and A with Paul bellow.


How have you improved since last season?
“I’m way more confident in my game. I can effect a game in ways other than just scoring. My shot has gotten a lot better. As well, I am getting stronger and more athletic.”

 

What’s your mindset when you step out on the court?
“WIN. I could care less about statistics. I want to win every game. If somebody out works me for 32 minutes, then hats off to them.”

 

You have a few new guys in the rotation… how’s that transition been and what do they add for you guys?
“Khalif and Peter add two new weapons to our team. Khalif will help us with scoring from all three levels and he is also a big guard like myself. Peter is unique because of his length. Defensively, it alters his game and he is able to block a lot of shots. He can be a dominant big for us as the season goes on.”

 

New Jersey and the ’18 class have had a lot of attention thrown their way. How do you stay focused on winning and improving?
“New Jersey has a lot of talent. I feel like the high school season is were you really prove yourself. It’s fun to compete against other kids form New Jersey, especially the guards. I want to beat the best, not just play against them.”

 

Game against Shawnee in a high profile opening tournament on Sunday. What’s your expectation for the event?
“The Shawnee game should be exiting. They’re a tough team and very well coached. It will be a good test for us at the beginning of the season. I am happy Hoop Group has this tournament each year. It’s a good way to feel out where everybody is in the state.”

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