Done for Dartmouth

Done for Dartmouth

Posted Monday, May 30th, 2016

Northfield Mount Hermon School and New England Playaz guard Ian Sistare committed to Dartmouth today following his acceptance from the school's admission department.

His commitment is an important one for newly appointed head coach David McLaughlin as Sistare wasn't just the best player left on the board but also a local New Hampshire native known for his toughness and intangibles.

"Ian's attitude toward winning and approach toward building a positive culture is definitely something that will benefit the Dartmouth program immediately," NMH head coach John Carroll said.

Soon to be a four-year graduate of Northfield Mount Hermon, Sistare's tenure included as successful periods in NMH basketball history.

His career at NMH both began and ended with monumental championships. As a freshman, he was part of the 2013 team that won a National Prep Championship and most recently his senior leadership was the foundation for a team that won a NEPSAC Class AAA championship.

NMH won a total of...

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#S16 Champions Crowned

#S16 Champions Crowned

Posted Monday, May 30th, 2016

The 2016 Memorial Day Super 16 Showcase wrapped up on Sunday with champions crowned in all age groups. Here's a look at those who came out on top:

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#S16 Sunday Afternoon Twitter Blog

#S16 Sunday Afternoon Twitter Blog

Posted Sunday, May 29th, 2016

Bracket play began to wind down on Saturday afternoon as we came closer and closer to crowning the 2016 Super 16 champions:

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#S16 Sunday Morning Twitter Blog

#S16 Sunday Morning Twitter Blog

Posted Sunday, May 29th, 2016

Sunday marked the beginning of bracket play in the varsity division and that meant the action was competitive and entertaining from the start of the day. Here's a look at some of the highlights:

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#S16 Saturday Night Twitter Blog

Tanahj Pettway 2019

Posted Saturday, May 28th, 2016

 

 

Saturday night was action packed on the Connecticut Shoreline as college coaches and fans packed gyms from New London to New Haven. Here's a quick rundown of some of the more notable happenings:

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#S16 Saturday Afternoon Twitter Blog

#S16 Saturday Afternoon Twitter Blog

Posted Saturday, May 28th, 2016

The Super 16 Showcase was in full swing on Saturday afternoon, here's a look at some of the action across all six locations.

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#S16 Saturday Morning Twitter Blog

Jeff Allen 2017

Posted Saturday, May 28th, 2016

From New London straight down I-95 to New Haven, the Connecticut shoreline was buzzing with action to start Memorial Day weekend as the Super 16 Showcase had returned. Here's a look at some of Saturday morning's notables via our most recent Twitter blog:

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Super 16 Tips This Weekend

Super 16 Tips This Weekend

Posted Thursday, May 26th, 2016

The annual Memorial Day Super 16 Showcase tips this weekend in Southern Connecticut with the varsity and 10th grade divisions based at Connecticut College and other facilities in the New London area and the 9th grade division in the greater New Haven area.

With over 60 teams in the varsity division alone this field is by far the deepest and most talented in the event's history and NERR will have their full team of evaluators out in full force.

Stay tuned to New England Recruiting Report for updates throughout the weekend or for the most immediate information follow us on twitter at @NERRhoops.

Click here for complete schedule.

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Coaching Changes at New Hampton & South Kent Schools

Coaching Changes at New Hampton & South Kent Schools

Posted Thursday, May 26th, 2016

There will be major changes on the sidelines of the nation's top prep school league next season as both the New Hampton School and South Kent School have welcomed new men's basketball coaches within the last week after the departure of Peter Hutchins and Kelvin Jefferon to join the college ranks.

Hutchins will remain in New Hampshire and join the staff of newly appointed Dartmouth head coach David McLaughlin while Jefferson is heading south to Old Dominion University where he will join Jeff Jones' staff.

"I can't begin to describe my gratitude & appreciation for the chance to be a part of the New Hampton School community over the last decade," Hutchins said via his twitter account last week. "Giving back to a place that gave me so much was an honor & I couldn't be prouder to have coached such special kids. I'll always be a #Husky. With that said, I'm thrilled to be joining Coach McLaughlin's vision for the future of #Dartmouth basketball & can't wait to get to work!"

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Ayala’s Stock Rising

Eric Ayala 2018

Posted Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

There aren't many players in New England's class of 2018 who have helped themseslves more than Eric Ayala this spring.

Playing alongside the best point guard in high school basketball, Trevon Duval, on a We-R1 squad that currently sits atop the Under Armour Association standings with a 7-1 record, Ayala has proven himself to be one of the most dangerous guards in all of the UAA.

While Duval has often times been the primary playmaker, Ayala has the ball in his hands plenty, averaging 12 points per game and sometimes even being the player to have his number called in late game situations.

It was more of the same last weekend at the Hoop Group's Southern Jam Fest when Duval played led the way throughout much of the weekend only to be forced out of the line-up in the finals with severe dehydration and leg cramps. That void was all Ayala needed to step-up with a huge performance in the final, delivering 33 points to lead We-R1 over Team Loaded Virginia for the championship.

As his...

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