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    Ron Harper-- Don Bosco Prep
    Harper's upside is huge and his development has led him to a College commitment to Rutgers University!
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    Nazreon Reid--Roselle Catholic
    The highly skilled versatile Bigman is the #19 ranked player by Rivals.com and has committed to L.S.U.!
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    Jahvon Quinerly--Hudson Catholic
    The #22 ranked player by Rivals,com decommitted from Arizona, but still is one of the most sought after recruits in the Country!
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    Jalen Carey--Immaculate Conception
    The athletic Carey is one of the top guards in the country as his #49 Rivals.com ranking will attest! He has committed to Syracuse University!
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    Ja'Quaye James-- Teaneck H.S.
    One of the most underrated players in the area if not the Country due to his size, the dynamic guard will become Teaneck's All-Time leading scorer and is a definite Division 1 prospect! 

Eastside Becomes Sectional Champs 83-71!

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Relentless, Relentless, Relentless. That’s the only way to describe this Eastside Highschool basketball team as the #4 seeded Ghost  pulled out an 83-71 win over #2 seeded East Orange Campus at Ramapo Highschool to become the Group 4 North Sectional Champions! The Ghosts did it in style in the fourth quarter. Karon Abraham(23pts,3dimes,3stls),Bryant Lewis(19pts,7dimes,4stls),Antoine Alexander(15pts,7rebs,3stls)and Kumar Davis(6pts,9rebs,4stls) all came up big, but the

Eastside Reaches Sectional Finals 71-67

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You know your team is working on all cylinders when you have four players in double figures and your leading scorer is not one of them. Passaic Highschool held Karon Abraham to 9 points, but he got plenty of help from his boyz, as #4 seeded Eastside Highschool defeated top seeded Passaic Highschool 71-67 to advance to the Group 4 sectional finals at Ramapo Highschool  monday against the winner of the East Orange- Hackensack contest. Dave Robertson was the catalyst for the Ghost as his relentless

Seton Hall Prep routs DePaul 60-38

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Ashton Gibbs showed everyone in the gym why he’s headed to The University Of Pittsburgh by putting on a clinic against Depaul Catholic thursday night in rout to a relatively easy 60-38 win.  Gibbs set the tone early by scoring 8 of the first 11 points of the game, including two 3’s to put Prep up 11-2 before a time out. It basically was over then. Gibbs scored 18 in the first half and finished with 28 points,8 rebounds and 5 steals and it seemed  if they needed more he would have been able to give it.  Depaul was hampered by their own star player Justin Crosgile, who missed the last 4 games due to an ankle sprain. He gutted it out, but had no real lift on his shot and had a limp throughout the game. He finished with 13 points and 3 steals, while sophomore Shakim Phillips was the only other Depaul player to reach double figures with 12 points to go with 7 rebounds. Forward Rahmann Patton contributed 12 points,8 rebounds for the winners