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MIDSEASON ILLINOIS LISTING

Click below to view our 2016-17 midseason player listing for the state of Illinois.

ILLINOIS MIDSEASON LISTING

JAN. 7TH GAME RESULTS FOR MUSTANG MADNESS

Below were the results for the eight games for Saturday's Mustang Madness Grind Session at McCracken County High School (KY) in Paducah, KY.

 

  1. MCCRACKEN CO. (KY)-51  MASSAC CO. (IL)-28 GIRLS
  2. MCCRACKEN CO. (KY)-68  MEMPHIS CATHOLIC (TN)-35
  3. CHARLOTTE LIBERTY HTS. (NC)-77 OLDSMAR CHRISTIAN (FL)-55
  4. SAN ANTONIO ST. ANTHONY (TX)-75  MEMPHIS TENNESSEE PREP (TN)-66
  5. CHICAGO CURIE (IL)-61  COLUMBUS (MS)-40
  6. ORLANDO CONRAD ACADEMY (FL)-49  SAULTE STE. MARIE THE TECH ACADEMY (CANADA)-47
  7. NAPA PROLIFIC PREP (CA)-86  HIGH POINT WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN (NC)-69
  8. PHOENIX HILLCREST PREP (CA)-67  BRADENTON VICTORY ROCK PREP (FL)-60

 

MUSTANG MADNESS (EVENING SESSION)

Saturday I tooked in the evening session of the Mustang Madness Grind Session at McCracken County High School in Paducah, KY. Below were the top players based on college potential.

TOP 6

  • DEANDRE AYTON 7-1/SR PHOENIX HILLCREST PREP, AZ (ARIZONA)
  • GARY TRENT 6-5/SR NAPA PROLIFIC PREP, CA (DUKE)
  • ROBERT WOODARD 6-5/JR COLUMBUS, MS
  • MATUR MAKER 6-9/SR SAULTE STE. MARIE TECH ACAD., CANADA
  • ABU KIGAB 6-7/SR NAPA PROLIFIC PREP, CA (OREGON)
  • LUGUENTZ DORT 6-5/JR ORLANDO CONRAD ACADEMY, FL

TOP SLEEPER

           JOSH GREEN 6-6/SO PHOENIX HILLCREST PREP, AZ

SECOND 6

  • MAKUR MAKER 6-11/FR SAULTE STE. MARIE TECH ACAD., CANADA
  • AMADOU SOW 6-8/JR NAPA PROLIFIC PREP, CA
  • JAYLEN HOARD 6-8/JR HIGH POINT WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN, NC
  • ELIJAH JOINER 6-3/SR CHICAGO CURIE, IL (TULSA)
  • AARON WIGGINS 6-6/JR HIGH POINT WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN, NC
  • DAVID SLOAN 6-0/SR ORLANDO CONRAD ACADEMY, FL

SECOND SLEEPER

           IAN STEERE 6-8/JR HIGH POINT WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN, NC

MUSTANG MADNESS (MORNING SESSION)

This morning I trucked down to Paducah (KY) to observe the Mustang Madness Grind Session at McCracken County High School. Below were the top players based on college potential for the morning session.

TOP 5

  • CHARLES BASSEY 6-10/SO SAN ANTONIO ST. ANTHONY, TX
  • ELIJAH WEAVER 6-5/JR OLDSMAR CHRISTIAN, FL
  • MICHAEL DURR 6-11/JR OLDSMAR CHRISTIAN, FL
  • STEPHON FISHER 6-9/SR OLDSMAR CHRISTIAN, FL (STEPHEN F. AUSTIN)
  • ALEX OGUINN 6-8/SR OLDSMAR CHRISTIAN, FL

TOP SLEEPER

           OUSMANE NDIM 7-0/JR SAN ANTONIO ST. ANTHONY, TX

SECOND 5

  • OBI PROSPER 6-8/SO SAN ANTONIO ST. ANTHONY, TX
  • MICHAEL WYNN 6-6/JR CHARLOTTE LIBERTY HEIGHTS, NC
  • SAM CHAPUT 6-0/JR SAN ANTONIO ST. ANTHONY, TX
  • TREMAIN LAWRENCE 6-6/SR CHARLOTTE LIBERTY HEIGHTS, NC
  • CHAD FOSTER 6-3/SR MEMPHIS CATHOLIC, TN

SECOND SLEEPER

           WILL SIVILLS 6-2/SR PADUCAH MCCRACKEN CO., KY

NOTE: BASSEY COULD WELL BE THE NATION'S BEST COLLEGE PROSPECT REGARDLESS OF CLASS.

LOUISVILLE INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT (BOYS)

The Louisville Invitational Tournament (LIT) is set next week at Valley High School in Louisville, KY. Twenty teams will participate. Below are the pairings. All teams from Louisville unless noted otherwise.

JANUARY 9 (MONDAY)

  1. JEFFERSONTOWN VS CENTRAL AT 3:30 PM
  2. MANUAL VS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY AT 5:00 PM
  3. MOORE VS ST. XAVIER AT 6:30 PM
  4. WESTERN VS FAIRDALE AT 8:15 PM

JANUARY 10 (TUESDAY)

  1. MALE VS WAGGENER AT 3:30 PM
  2. EASTERN VS BUTLER AT 5:00 PM
  3. DESALES VS VALLEY AT 6:30 PM
  4. PLEASURE RIDGE PARK  VS MT. WASHINGTON BULLITT EAST AT 8:15 PM

JANUARY 11 (WEDNESDAY)

  1. DOSS VS MONDAY'S WINNER OF GAME 1 AT 3:30 PM
  2. FERN CREEK VS MONDAY'S WINNER OF GAME 4 AT 5:00 PM
  3. BALLARD VS MONDAY'S WINNER OF GAME 2 AT 6:30 PM
  4. TRINITY VS MONDAY'S WINNER OF GAME 3 AT 8:15 PM

JANUARY 13 (FRIDAY)

          QUARTERFINALS AT 4:00 PM, 5:30 PM, 7:00 PM AND 8:45 PM

JANUARY 14 (SATURDAY)

  • SEMIFINALS AT 10:00 AM  AND 11:30 AM
  • FINAL AT 8:00 PM

Look for a championship game between Fern Creek and Trinity. They already have played each other twice this season with each team winning one game apiece.

INDIANA'S MIDSEASON REPORT (GIRLS)

Since Indiana's girls started their season a month earlier then their boys, their season is halfway over. With that in mind, click below to view the 2016-17 midseason player rankings for the Hoosier State. Rankings for Indiana, upcoming states and the entire nation are based on the below criteria.

  1. Personal observations of players
  2. Discussion with high school and college coaches along with my peers
  3. Reading of periodicals
  4. Research on the internet

INDIANA MIDSEASON REPORT

ARBY'S CLASSIC

The Arby's Classic held last week in Bristol (TN) is the state's number one tournament. Louisville Trinity (KY) captured the title by defeating Chattanooga McCallie (TN). If you recall, Trinity also won the King of the Bluegrass in Fairdale (KY) prior to Christmas. 6-3 sophomore David Johnson of Trinity was MVP for both tournaments. Click below to view the results for each game. Once at the site, you can navigate to get statistics for each game along with the All-Tournament Team.

ARBY'S CLASSIC 

AWARD WINNERS FOR 1ST HALF OF SEASON (BOYS)

Below are our award winners from Thanksgiving weekend until December 31st based on players that I observed.

  • BEST SENIOR: BILL PRESTON (MOUTH OF WILSON OAK HILL ACADEMY, VA)
  • BEST JUNIOR: MARVIN BAGLEY (CHATSWORTH SIERRA CANYON, CA)
  • BEST SOPH: KEION BROOKS (FT. WAYNE NORTH, IN)
  • BEST FROSH: JOEL WATTS (CHICAGO ST. RITA, IL)
  • BEST 8TH GRADER: ZION MORGAN (BOWLING GREEN, KY)
  • BEST BANGER: CODY RILEY (CHATSWORTH SIERRA CANYON, CA)
  • BEST COACH: STEVE SMITH (MOUTH OF WILSON OAK HILL ACADEMY, VA)
  • BEST DEFENDER: CAMERON STEPHENS (SLLERSBURG SILVER CREEK, IN)
  • BEST DRIBBLER: TIGER CAMPBELL (LAPORTE LALUMIERE, IN)
  • BEST DUNKER: MALIK WILLIAMS (FT. WAYNE SNIDER, IN)
  • BEST EVENT: MARSHALL COUNTY HOOPFEST IN BENTON, KY
  • BEST IN/OUT PLAYER: JACK NUNGE (NEWBURGH CASTLE, IN)
  • BEST LITTLE MAN: CHASE ADAMS (CHICAGO HTS. MARIAN CATHOLIC, IL)
  • BEST PASSER: MATT COLEMAN (MOUTH OF WILSON OAK HILL ACADEMY, VA)
  • BEST PENETRATOR: TYLER SMITH (FOUNTAIN CITY NORTHEASTERN, IN)
  • BEST PERFORMANCE: TAVEION HOLLINGSWORTH (LEXINGTON DUNBAR, KY) WHO HAD 47 POINTS IN KOB
  • BEST POINT GUARD: GARY TRENT (NAPA PROLIFIC PREP, CA)
  • BEST REBOUNDER: JAMES WISEMAN (NASHVILLE ENSWORTH, TN)
  • BEST SCORER: KRIS WILKES (INDIANAPOLIS NORTH CENTRAL, IN)
  • BEST OVERALL SHOOTER: CLAY WASHBURN (NASHVILLE CPA, TN)
  • BEST 3 POINT SHOOTER: ISIAH MOORE (INDIANAPOLIS PARK TUDOR, IN)
  • BEST TEAM: LAPORTE LALUMIERE, IN
  • BIGGEST UPSET: DANVILLE (IN) OVER INDIANAPOLIS CATHEDRAL, IN)
  • CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK: SCOTT DRAUD (COVINGTON BEECHWOOD, KY)
  • COLLEGE THAT GOT A STEAL: ST. LOUIS WHEN THEY INKED JORDAN GOODWIN (BELLEVILLE ALTHOFF CATHOLIC, IL)
  • MOST RELIABLE: AL DUNHAM (LILBURN BERKMAR, GA)
  • MOST VERSATILE: ROMEO LANGFORD (NEW ALBANY, IN)
  • MULTI-SPORT STAR: SANTREL FARMER (BARDSTOWN) EXCELS IN 3
  • NAME TO REMEMBER: COREY LONG (CINCINNATI HUGHES CENTER, OH)
  • SMOOTHEST: JOHN PETTY (HUNTSVILLE JEMISON, AL)
  • STOCK RISING: JEROME REED (PADUCAH TILGHMAN, KY)
  • TEAM ON FIRE: FERN CREEK, KY
  • TOP SLEEPER: AUSTIN RICHIE (CHICAGO HTS. BLOOM TWP., IL)
  • UP & COMING COACH: SHANE HEIRMAN (LAPORTE LALUMIERE, IN)

AWARD WINNERS FOR 1ST HALF OF SEASON (GIRLS)

Below are our award winners for girls that I have observed since the start of the basketball season up until December 31, 2016.

  • TOP SENIOR: LINDSEY DUVALL (MT. WASHINGTON BULLITT EAST, KY)
  • TOP JUNIOR: KATLYN GILBERT (INDIANAPOLIS HERITAGE CHRISTIAN, IN)
  • TOP SOPH: ANGEL BAKER (INDIANAPOLIS PIKE, IN)
  • TOP FROSH: MADDIE SCHERR (FLORENCE RYLE, KY)
  • BEST ALL AROUND: GRACE BERGER (LOUISVILLE SACRED HEART, KY)
  • BEST BALL HANDLER: ALY WEBER (CLARKSVILLE, IN)
  • BEST BLUE COLLAR: SAVANNAH LEGATE (NASHVILLE CPA, TN)
  • BEST DEFENDER: DE'SHAWN HARPER (INDIANAPOLIS HERITAGE CHRISTIAN, IN)
  • BEST DRIVER: JORIE ALLEN (BEDFORD BNL, IN)
  • BEST LEFTY: KAYANA TRAYLOR (MARTINSVILLE, IN)
  • BEST LITTLE PLAYER: JAELA JOHNSON (LOUISVILLE MANUAL, KY)
  • BEST OVERALL SHOOTER: MADISON WISE (GREENFIELD CENTRAL, IN)
  • BEST PASSER: AMY DILK (CARMEL, IN)
  • BEST POINT GUARD: JADA STINSON (ELIZABETHTOWN, KY)
  • BEST REBOUNDER: MAZKENZIE BLAZEK (WHITELAND, IN)
  • BEST SCORER: KAYLA CASTEEL (PLAINFIELD, IN)
  • BEST 3 POINT SHOOTER: SEYGAN ROBINS (MERCER CO., KY)
  • COLLEGE THAT GOT STEAL: NORTHERN ILLINOIS' SIGNEE RILEY BLACKWELL (PLAINFIELD, IN)
  • MOST UNDERRATED: CLAIRE RAUCK (CLARKSVILLE PROVIDENCE, IN)
  • MOST VERSATILE: JULIA RUZEVICH (CHICAGO MARIST, IL)
  • NAME TO WATCH OUT FOR: PERRI MITCHELL (LOUISVILLE PRP, KY)
  • SMOOTHEST: GRACE WHITE (GRAYSON CO., KY)
  • TEAM ON FIRE: GREENFIELD CENTRAL (IN)
  • TOP TEAM: LOUISVILLE MALE (KY)
  • BEST EVENT: QUEEN OF THE COMMONWEALTH (KY)
  • BEST COACH: DONNA MOIR (LOUISVILLE SACRED HEART, KY)
  • UP & COMING COACH: MIKE WARREN (JEFFERSONVILLE, IN)

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