"It's All About The Game"
Pro, College and High School Hoops Report
Robert Stephens, Staff Writer
Stephens reports on pro action as well this week.
January 26, 2012 - This week we are all over the map as we enter the second half of collegiate and high school play.
The big news in the world of basketball has been the firing
The Georgetown Hoyas completed their weekend with a hard fought 52-50 win over Big East opponent Rutgers. The Hoyas trailed 25-20 at the half and fought their way back to capture their 16th win of the season.
“ Our defense won this game for us.” said Hoya head John
Henry Sims led the Hoyas now (16-3,6-2 Big East) with 12
The Hoyas travel to Pittsburgh to fact the Panthers Saturday
Gonzaga's Kris Jenkings looks to outlet the ball.
The Howard University Bison fell to North Carolina Central
Glen Andrews led the Bison with 17 points. Simuel Frazier
Howard travels to Savannah St. and South Carolina St. this
The University of Maryland dedicated their court in honor of
Willams treated the crowd to his famous fist pump to the
Duke defeated the Terps 74-61 to improve to 17-3 on the
Terrell Stoglin led the Terps who fell to (12-7,2-3 ACC)
The Terps dropped a 73-60 non-conference contest to Temple in Philadelphia Saturday. Terrell Stoglin led the Terps with 20 points. Pe’Shon Howard chipped in with 15.
In the CIAA which is comprised of two sections, the following teams are the current leaders in their respective divisions.
CIAA North Division
Shaw University is currently ranked 17th in the latest Division II poll. Bowie State in ranked 19th.
In high school basketball Gonzaga held off DeMatha to
Jordan Abdur-Ra’oof hit two free throws with 1.2 seconds
DeMatha was led by James Robinson who finished with
The WCAC shapes up as follows:
Paul VI 8-0 16-2
The DCIAA features some of the most competitive match ups in the area. A look at the DCIAA standings shows the competitive balance in the league.
All seven of these teams are competitive on any given night.
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