St Agnes Tournament

Page 2 of 6th Grade Boys 2018 - 6th grade boys (2).pdf 8th Grade Boys 2018 - 8th grade boys (1).pdf Advertisement 0 0 0    ... 21 comments | 5921 Views | Go to page 1 →

  1. #16

    Join Date
    Dec 15
    Posts
    89

    7th Beechwood big over Guardian Angels
    8th BSS over St James by 10ish in a game where 40+ fouls were called so neither team could get in a good rhthym.
    Advertisement

  2. #17
    DukeDog's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 17
    Location
    Northern Virginia/Harrisonburg via Hebron. GCL South apologist.
    Posts
    251

    Quote Originally Posted by Brcatz View Post
    IHM of Anderson 8th grade also won over Turners 7th grade

    IHM from Ohio has a kid 6'4 that will be going to Cov Cath.
    Any reason why CCH and not a school in Ohio?

  3. #18

    Join Date
    Oct 14
    Posts
    102

    Kid is diamond in rough.. just started playing year round, needs a lot of work, which he is putting in!!

    Not that It matters but I believe he closer to 62

  4. #19

    Join Date
    Nov 15
    Posts
    2,053

    Quote Originally Posted by Brcatz View Post
    IHM of Anderson 8th grade also won over Turners 7th grade

    IHM from Ohio has a kid 6'4 that will be going to Cov Cath.
    Why CCH and not an Ohio Catholic School? Because Kentucky basketball doesn't have classes or another reason?

  5. #20

    Join Date
    Jan 11
    Posts
    8,008

    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsaholic Mamaw View Post
    Why CCH and not an Ohio Catholic School? Because Kentucky basketball doesn't have classes or another reason?
    Why would KY's lack of classification in basketball play any role in whether or not a kid decides to cross the river to attend a school?? That has zero affect on the academic or basketball experience one would have.

  6. #21

    Join Date
    Nov 15
    Posts
    2,053

    Quote Originally Posted by rjs4470 View Post
    Why would KY's lack of classification in basketball play any role in whether or not a kid decides to cross the river to attend a school?? That has zero affect on the academic or basketball experience one would have.
    It was JUST a question. Why the hostile answer? Why not a real reason? Better academics for what career the young person is interested in? Better chance for a D1 scholarship to an elite basketball school with excellent graduation percentage? Excellent post graduate programs?

  7. #22

    Join Date
    Jan 11
    Posts
    8,008

    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsaholic Mamaw View Post
    It was JUST a question. Why the hostile answer? Why not a real reason? Better academics for what career the young person is interested in? Better chance for a D1 scholarship to an elite basketball school with excellent graduation percentage? Excellent post graduate programs?
    Not a hostile answer at all. Not sure why you took it as such. Your original post implied that KY’s lack of classification in basketball would be a major reason why a kid from Ohio would attend a HS in Ky. In fact it was the only one you specifically listed. Since classification doesn’t affect the academic or basketball experience, I simply asked you why it would. That’s not hostile. It’s just a simple question. I’m in complete agreement on all the points you just mentioned in this post as to why a kid and his family would make such a choice.

Top