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The Summer Leagues are over and players are switching teams left and right.8/4/01 By:Alonzo

Dematha on Fire!
The summer is over and Dematha won 2 out of 3 Leagues including the Board Games and Ban the Brick. Their only loss was to Oxon Hill by 5 in the Reebok summer league at High Point.Travis Garrison is living up to expectations while many believe Morgan Wooten has been ducking Montrose Christian. Your Call? By: Alonzo Brown 8/4
Brian Johnson
Brian Johnson a 6'10 Center from O'Connell is headed for Montrose Christian this fall. Brian will make a big impact playing alonside some of the most talented players the area has to offer.Good Luck Brian!
By:Gary Nell 8/4/01

Gary To LaSalle
Gary Neal the 6'3 PG former Aberdeen star now Calvert Hall has verbally commited to LaSalle University.The team should fit him perfectly,he can really play some ball.
By:Alonzo Brown 8/3/01
Carmello and NBA?
There have been many rumors out there saying Carmello Anthony will enter the draft next year.The 6'7 WF from Towson Catholic has verbally commited to Syracuse but the sky is the limit for this youngster.What do you all think?Will He?

WCAC No More!
Omari Israel has transferred to Oak Hill Academy and left the WCAC.Good Counsel will have a time rebounding from this loss.Omari will probably sit the bench this year at Oak Hill and gave up a chance at a possible title.Best of luck!
Twins Interview NEW
I have just finished interviewing the twins from High Point High School.If you dont know already just about anyone can tell you that these kids can really play.The interview will be posted in the B-Ball Interviews Section on August 5,2001.
By:Alonzo Brown 8/5/01

Reebok All-Star Game
The Reebok Summer League All Star Game wasn't anything less than mezmorizing.The area's top players were all on hand as the crowd watched in awe.Many fans would agree that the most entertaining part is the lay up lines in which players such as Dunston, Paelay, Swann and Garrison shoed off their dunks.Steve Danley got the crowd going with his behind the back crossover into a behind the back pass.Many scouts were on hand including Gary Williams (left) and Tommy Ammaker of Michigan!
By:Alonzo Brown 8/4/01