Tuesday, November 30, 2010

High School Round Up: Nov. 30

High School Roundup: Featured Games

7pm             Travis HS 55 vs Bellaire 52 @ Bellaire HS

This prime-time matchup could be a potential  playoff preview to come, this game featured
several division one prospects (Travis HS: Aaron/ Andrew Harrison, Anthony Odunsi(Iowa State signee) Bellaire HS(Sheldon McClellan Texas signee) in the battle of two of the cities better public school teams. The city came out to support this matchup, this game was nip and tuck the whole way and went down to the wire. It was Andrew Harrison getting a late steal and fouled on the breakways and making one of his two free throws with 10sec left to give Travis HS a 53-52 lead. McClellan gets the rebound of the 2nd free throw attempt by Andrew Harrison, but Bellaire turns the ball over.  Travis inbounds the ball and scores a late basket to clinch the victory.
               THS- Anthony Odunsi 20pts, Reggie Davis 10
               BHS- Sheldon McClellan 15
7pm             ST. Thomas HS 52 vs Strake Jesuit 55 @ Strake
 In the battle of the two arch rivals in the private school sector, the game was almost standing room only. Several big time college coaches were in attendance to witness the epic battle. The Jesuit faithfuls were out in packs of green , and the Reckling Rowdies from "St. Thomas" came to support the Eagles in black.  Jesuit raced out the gate to a 28-20 lead at halftime behind a hot start from Rasheed Sulaimon(11pts halftime). The Eagles from St. Thomas came out with fire in their eyes after the half and pulled even 38-38 at the end of the 3rd period.  The teams exchanged buckets in the fourth quarter and Strake managed to get a 5 point lead and control the tempo. The Eagles would make one last run to try to steal a road victory, however the Eagles came up a little short.
                 STHS- Andrew Jones 18pts, Christian Sanders 17
                 SJHS- Rasheed Sulaimon 17, John Gillion 14

Andrew Jones

7pm             HCYA 71 vs Dekaney HS 81 @ Dekaney HS
                   HCYA- Justin Jackson 26, Donrand Knowles 12
                   DKHS- Jalen Hughes 32
Justin Jackson 6'7 (2014)

7pm             Aldine HS 74 vs Washington HS 78 @ Washington HS
                   WHS-Darion Cook 20, Tajon Welcome19, Jamarcuz Lampkin 11
                    AHS- Lattimore 20,Bowden 15, Winrr 14, Henderson 11pts,

7pm             Marshall HS 61 vs Clear Lake HS 53 @ Clear Lake HS

7:30pm         Madison 84 vs Jones HS 78 @ Jones HS

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Texas Jamboree Recap

Powerade Texas Jamboree

The 8th Annual Texas Jamboree featured teams from Austin, Alabama, Dallas, Houston, New York, and San Antonio. Many came from far and wide to show how they ball in their respective cities. The event featured 17 games over the two day period, 20 total teams and several dozen future college basketball prospects. Anyone in attendance witnessed a treat in a variety of games, and to me is a perfect way to cap off any holiday weekend.

                                                             All Tournament Team

Anthony Collins

Anthony Collins -(6'0 pg2011 Westbury Christian)- The best point guard in the event without a question. This guy is a winner made play after play on both ends of the floor and kept teammates involved.  Has tremendous floor vision.
Robert Lee-(6'2 cg 2011 Austin LBJ)- The most athletic guard in the event by far, scored inside and outside. Several impressive dunks, scored 43 in his 1st game.

DeMarkus Johnson

DeMarkus Johnson- (6'5 forward 2011 Jones HS)- A forced around the rim, can play inside or outside. His motor runs continuous. Blocks shots and rebounds extremely well. Double double in both games average 19pts 13rebs in the event.
Chase Brogna- (6'0 pg 2012 St. Thomas HS)- A savy guard that shot the ball well from behind the arc and finished well inside the lane. Unselfish player who has very good court vision and feel for the game.

Chase Brogna

Justice Winslow-(6'6 wing 2014 St. Johns HS)- Left that is extremely athletic runs the floor like a jack rabbit, had several impressive dunks. Can handle the ball and create for his teammates.
DeMarco Brown-(5'9 guard 2013 Jones HS) - Scored 34 in one game, can shoot the ball from behind the arc, plays hard and with a lot of confidence. See's the floor and excels in the fast pace style of play.
Charles Allen-(6'3 guard 2011 Second Baptist HS)- Big time scorer who can play both guard positions. Makes plays down the stretch and will surprise some with his athleticsm. Scored 33 in one of his games.

Charles Allen

Devin McNeil-(6'1 guard 2011 Central Park Christian AL) Samford signee- Derek Fisher like qualities makes plays is very consisitent. Can shoot it for behind the arc and finish around the rim.

Christian Sanders

Christian Sanders-(6'3 guard 2012 St Thomas HS)- Play making guard who can score in bunches, not afraid to take the last shot. Has a great feel for the game and posses a high skill level and bball iq.
Sheldon McClellan-(6'5 guard 2011 Bellaire HS)-Texas signee- Silky smooth guard that has an array of offensive moves, scores in bunches and has tremendous athleticism. Makes the game look easy on both ends. Extremely high skill set.
Devon Turk-(6'3 guard 2012 St. Pius HS)- Big time scorer has deep range and gets buckets in a hurry. Can explode for a big night on any given day.
Rasheed Sulaimon-(6'3 guard 2012 Strake Jesuit HS)- Smooth guard that can score from anywhere on the court. Very unselfish, makes the game look easy. Extremely high skill set.

Kevin McDaniels-(6'9 forward 2011 Central Park HS AL)- Long range and super athletic big, plays well above the rim. Is a force on both ends of the floor attacks the glass with vengence.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Ralph Cooper 28th Annual Stars of The Future Tournament (MS Boys)

Stars of The Future Tournament @ Chavez HS (8501 Howard Dr Houston,TX 77017)

   One of  Houston longest traditions during the Thanksgiving Holidays to the basketball community has been the Ralph Cooper "Stars of the Future Tournament". Before many kids became household names, many local players took part in this prestigious event. Many players showcased their respective skill level and gave those in attendance a quick glimpse of what would come in the future. The Ralph Cooper Tournament usually features various inner city schools, but not to change the tradition too much as of late the event has allowed several prominent private schools or outside school that have premiere up and coming talent to play in the event with the Houston inner city schools.

Sat. Nov. 27th

Gym 1                                                                                Gym 2
8:00am                                                                               8:00am
#3 Hartman MS vs Holland MS                                          #2 Missouri City MS vs Dowling MS
9:00am                                                                               9:00am
#7 West Briar MS vs E.O. Smith MS                                 MC Williams MS vs #5 Ryan MS
10:00am                                                                             10:00am
#6 Woodson MS vs Imani School                                       Welch MS vs Westbury Christian School
11:00am                                                                              11:00am
#1 Albert Thomas MS vs Johnston MS                                Fleming MS vs Cullen MS

12pm bracket play begins

6:00pm Consolation Game
7:00pm 3rd Place Game
8:00pm  Championship Game

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

D1 Nation Coaches Corner : Carlos Wilson

D1 Nation Coaches Corner : Carlos Wilson

What is your alma mater? Palestine HS / Sam Houston State University
How long have you been coaching high school basketball? 8yrs
Who inspired you to get into coaching?  My brother in law, Mel Woodruff. He thought I was a great leader and knew I loved working with kids.  He started a midnight summer league back home, and was stricken with cancer. I had to run it for him and it was there i found my true purpose.
What is your favorite food? Anything Cajun
What teams this year will be your toughest games? Dallas Lincoln in McDonald's Classic in El Paso.  Plano Prestonwood/ Meridian (MS) overall tough schedule.
What is the most difficult task when coaching basketball? Managing the egos and attitudes of muliple high major players. Buying into defense first philosophy.
Who is your favorite college coach? Frank Martin/ Kansas State
What’s your definition of a good coach? A good coach is someone who has his team performing  consistently at a high level. Ultimately, we are judged on championships though.
What music do you listen to before a game? Im a jazz guy. I need something to relax because im kinda high strung. Funny thing is that when I was young , my dad would play it and I thought it was so whack!
Who is the best player you have ever coached?  Thats tough Deandre Jordan, Junior Cadougan, Olu Ashaolu, Kourtney Roberson, Latavious Williams,, The best player is Javarez "Bean" Willis who is Texas Tech. Can score 50 and lock his guy up.
What are some goals for this season? We want to win a National Title. I want CLCA to be mentioned in the same breath  as the Oak Hill Academy's and Findlay Prep's.

Fort Bend Bush Alum Chamberlain Oguchi To The D League

Congratulations to Chamberlain (Champ) Oguchi 6’5 SG from Fort Bend Bush who played collegiately for Oregon/Illinois St.  He was drafted in the 2010 NBDL 2nd round with the #14 pick by the Maine Red Claws. They are the minor league team for the Boston Celtics & Charlotte Bobcats. Champ played last year in France for the Le Harve Team.  We expect Champ to have a big year as he continues to chase his dream of playing in the NBA.  He still holds the PAC 10 record for three pointers in the NCAA tournament hitting 26 in 4 games.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Season Opener Triple Header Private Schools vs Public Schools @ ST. Thomas HS

RCS Season Kickoff @ St Thomas HS (4500 Memorial)

Tonight kicks off another basketball season in one of the hottest regions and most recruited areas in the country. Houston isnt taking a backseat to any other city around the country, there is plenty of talent and tonight triple header will feature over a dozen D1 prospects under one roof.  Although the private schools teams have all played a few games respectively, dont expect the public schools to come in a lay down in the season opener.

5:45pm Second Baptist Eagles (4-1) vs Rosenberg Terry HS (0-0)
*Players to watch
SBHS- Charles Allen 6'3(2011), Khadeem Lattin 6'9 (2014), Alex Cooper 6'5 (2011), Kendrick Morris 6'8(2013)  (LJ Rose 6'4(2012) injuried wont play)

Khadeem Lattin 6'9 (2014) Second Baptist
THS- Derrick Griffin(2013), Eric Wright 5'9(2013),Odera Nweke 6'5(2011)
Halftime score-THS 35- SBHS 18
Final score- THS 59-  SBHS 46
Box Score-
THS-(1-)) Derrick Griffin 16, Jevaugh Threatt 13,
SBHS (4-2)- Charles Allen  15, Kendrick Morris 13

Rosenberg Terry came out blazing as it opened the game with a 18-2 run over the Second Baptist Eagles. Finally Second Baptist settled down and responded with a rally of their own to get back into the ballgame.  The Rangers from Terry were just too athletic and simply just wore down the Eagles. Tonight the Eagles just dug a hole they couldn't climb out of. Score round one  to the public schools.

7:00pm St. Thomas Eagles (6-1) vs Sam Houston HS Tigers (0-0)
STHS- Christian Sanders 6'4(2012), Jeremy King 6'9 (2012), Chase Brogna 6'0(2012), Chris Brown 6'4(2011)

Christian Sanders 6'4 (2012) St. Thomas
SHHS- Dante Bachus(2011 Texas State Signee),Denzell Booker 6'4 (2011)
halftime score STHS 21- SHHS 20
final score STHS 47 - SHHS 36
Box Score
STHS (7-1) Christian Sanders  20 Chase Brogna 13
SHHS (0-1)  Gilbert Good 9 Dante Bachus 9

Game 2 got off to an extremely slow start as a result the end of the 1st qtr was ST. Thomas HS 6- Sam Houston HS 4. The 2nd quarter was like a track meet compared to the 1st quarter and the Eagles from St. Thomas went into half time 21-20.  The 2nd half the Eagles duo of Chase Brogna and Christian Sanders took over and put some distance between Sam Houston. The Eagles bucked down off the defensive end  with the help of Adam Drexler's energy and hustle and thus were able to force Sam Houston into tough shoots and limit (Texas State signee) Dante Bachus to one fieldgoal in the 2nd half . Private 1- Public Schools 1)

8:15pm Westbury Christian (2-0)  vs Jesse H Jones Falcons (0-0)
WCHS- Anthony Collins 6'0(2011), Delvin Dickerson 6'4 (2012), Hasani Sunbry 6'8(2011 Incarnate Word Signee)
JJHS- Joe Miles 5'8(2011), DeMarkus Johnson 6'5(2011), Roderick Harris  6'5(2013),Broderick Harris 6'5(2013)
DeMarkus Johnson 6'5 (2011) Jones HS

Halftime score WCHS 32- Jones 29
Final scored  Westbury Christian 72- Jones HS 63
Box Score
JHS- DeMarkus Johnson 14,  Broderick Harris 14, Joe Miles 11
WCHS-  Delvin Dickerson 15 ,Anthony Collins 15, Tyler Guidry 11

In the best game of the evening both teams came out scrapping from the tipoff.  Both ballclubs exchange baskets and after the 1st half Westbury Christian led 32-29 over the Falcons from Jones HS. After the half both teams made a few adjustments and as Anthony Collins turned up the heat Joe Miles responded to keep his team in the ball game. Both teams made a rally down the stretch and were headed to overtime 54-54 at the end of regulation. Westbury Christian sprints out to a 4 point lead in overtime, Jones responds with there own flurry due to the full court trap.  At the end of overtime 61-61 all. Westbury Christian regains composure as Jones goes ice cold from the field to take a six point lead with 1:45 left to play in double ot. Anthony Collins was simply too much down the stretch as he leads Westbury Christian by Jones HS.  (Private school win the war 2games - 1 vs the public schools)

Anthony Collins had a big night and refused to let his team lose on opening night.

ST. Thomas Classic Recap

ST. Thomas Classic  Recap
  In the Gold Division the St. Thomas Eagles came out  victorious and silenced critics from last weekend.  In a rematch of  last weekends championship game (Charlie Thomas Classic) vs HCYA were the Eagles were defeated, this time the Eagles soared high in an epic battle.  The Eagles went 4-0 during the weekend.  Christian Sanders won the MVP award for the ST. Thomas Classic.

  In the Silver Division the Second Baptist Eagles went 3-1 and  crusied to a championship victory vs Kinkaid. Charles Allen was once again MR. Consistent leading his team in scoring for the weekend with more than 20pts a game. The Eagles from Second Baptist were just too deep for Kinkaid and were able to use there size to make Kinkaid uncomfortable.

 In the Bronze Division the Village School went 3-1 on their way to defeating CC John Paul in the championship game. Shaquille Cleare was the target for all opponents, he saw several double and triple teams and still managed to be effective.

                                                              All Tournament Team -
Christian Sanders
MVP-6'4 combo guard (2012) Christian Sanders -ST. THOMAS HS - Scored key baskets whenever his team needed them. Led his team to victories just flat out got it done over the weekend.

-6'7 guard (2014) Justin Jackson-HCYA- Big time scorer  and sharpshooter more athletic version of Reggie Miller has a great feel for the game. The kid simply wins games. Had to 30pt games in the event.

Justin Jackson

-6'0 guard (2013) Ken Williams-EPISCOPAL HS- Big time Scorer has  tremendous range and puts massive pressure on the opposing teams guards.

6'7 wing(2011) Jonathan Holmes-SA ANTONIAN HS- Very Athletic wing player who plays above the rim, long rangy ,quick leaper. Very versatile can play inside or out.
Jonathan Holmes (UT Signee)
6'8 post(2012) Shaquille Cleare-VILLAGE HS- Highly skilled post player, athletic has great footwork and soft hands and plays with power. 

Shaquille Cleare

6'9 post(2012) Jeremy King -ST THOMAS HS- Long rangy shot blockers, athletic big that  has a huge upside. Makes plays on both ends of the floor.

Jeremy King

 6'0 guard (2012) Chase Brogna-ST THOMAS HS- Very skilled heady, guard, that can flat out shoot the basketball, and runs a team extremly well.  Scored double digits every game of the tournament.

 6'9 Forward (2012) Donrad Knowles-HCYA- Very athletic forward that can play inside or outside. Runs the floor well and simply makes plays.Very long and rangy.

6'8 Forward(2011) Darrius Hamilton-SA ANTONIAN- Very strong post player that rebounds well and scores inside. Runs the floor well and blocks a ton of shots.

6'2 Guard(2011) Charles Allen-Second Baptist- Led his team in scoring and made plays in key situation. Finishes well around the rim and plays hard.  Very strong guard.

Monday, November 8, 2010

ST. Thomas Classic Preview (Nov. 11-13)

                    St. Thomas Classic Preview 

The Annual St. Thomas Classic is back again and this year's field is loaded with a star studded cast of players and teams. Several of the state's premiere private schools will do battle under one roof at St. Thomas HS (4500 Memorial).  This will be a three day event, with games  kicking off on Thursday @ 11:00am and last game will tip off around 8pm.

Thursday November 11th
11:00 HCYA vs. Trent International
*Players to watch: HCYA- 6'7 Justin Jackson(2014), 6'9 Donrad Knowles(2012)
halftime score HCYA 54-Trent Int. 28
final score HCYA   91   - Trent Int.-61

Justin Jackson 6'7 (2014)
HCYA- Justin Jackson 30, Austin Schulze 18, Edward Chung 10
Trent Int-Willis Nickerson 26,  
Willis Nickerson

12:30 Village School vs. Second Baptist
Village HS: 6'8 Shaquille Cleare(2012), 5'9 Gary Williams(2012) 5'9 Trey Williams(2012)

Shaquille Cleare 6'8 (2012)
SBHS: 6'3 LJ Rose(2012), 6'9 Khadeem Lattin(2014), 6'8 Kendrick Morris(2013)6'7 Julien Pearson(2011)
halftime score VHS 31- SBHS 29
final score SBHS 63- VHS 51

SBHS-  Charles Allen 22pts,Julien Pearson 20pts,
VHS- Gary Smith 15PTS

2:00 Kinkaid vs. ST. Thomas HS
Kinkaid: 6'4 Jeff Roberson(2014)
ST Thomas 6'4 Christian Sanders(2012) 6'9 Jeremy King(2012) 6'0 Chase Brogna(2012) 6'5 Adam Drexler(2012)
halftime score STHS 34- Kinkaid 25
final score STHS  57- Kinkaid 45

Christian Sanders 6'3 (2012) guard
ST. Thomas Christian Sanders 23pts, Chase Brogna 15pts,
Kinkaid- Jeff Roberson 10pts, Robinson 9pts

3:30pm Trent International vs ST. Johns
St. Johns: 6'4 Justice Winslow(2014)
Halftime Score: Trent Int 34-ST. Johns 24
Final Score: Trent Int 61-ST. Johns 50
Trent Int-Willis Nickerson 26,  Bassawi 17
St. Johns- T Otley 15, K Haywood 12

5:00pm Second Baptist vs Episcopal
Second Baptist:6'4 LJ Rose(2012), 6'9 Khadeem Lattin(2014), 6'7 Julien Pearson(2011) 6'8 Kendrick Morris(2013)
Episcopal: 6'0 Ken Williams(2013) 6'11 Sirius Berwanger(2011)
final score Episcopal 62-  Second Baptist 50
Episcopal- Ken Willaims 27
2nd Baptist- Charles Allen 26

6:30pm Woodlands Christian vs Kinkaid
Kinkaid: 6'4 Jeff Roberson(2014)
halftime score-   Kinkaid 32- Woodlands Christian 26
final score Kinkaid 59- Woodlands Christians 46
Kinkaid- Wilkins 17 Mavin 16
Woodlands Christian- Bento 15pts

8:00pm SA Antonian vs CC John Paul
Darrious Hamilton 6'8(Boise State signee)

Jonathan Holmes 6'7 (UT signee)

SA Antonian:6'7 Johnathon Holmes(2011 ) 6'8Darius Hamilton( 2011)
halftime score- CC John Paul 47- SA Antonian 35
final score- SA Antonian 85 - CC John Paul 81

SA Antonian- Johnathon Holmes 26, Darrious Hamilton 16 ,, Bishop 13,
CC John Paul- D. Whittington 37, A Haywood 23,
D. Whittington scored 37 in a loss
A. Haywood scored 23 in a loss.

Today's late game proved to be the best  game of the day, fans really got there money worth. SA Antonian the favorite played CC John Paul, however it seems as if someone forgot to inform Cc John Paul that they were the underdogs. CC John Paul came out the gate swinging and took a 12pt lead into halftime. In the 2nd half the teams exchanged buckets and several players on both teams ran into some foul trouble. SA Antonian kept fighting to keep the game close with there stars having to press on the break int terms of aggressiveness on the floor. In the end SA Antonian made a late rally and knocked down key baskets, and CC John Paul was unable to counter in the end.

Friday's Schedule
Friday November 12th
10:00am Antonian vs Concordia Lutheran
Concordia Lutheran 72- SA Antonian 66
CL- Gatewood 24, Williams 21
SA- Jonathon Holmes 26
11:30am St. Johns vs HCYA
HCYA 86- St. Johns 59
HCYA-Justin Jackson 30, Donrad Knowles 20
St. Johns-n/a
1:00pm   Episcopal vs Village School
Village HS 59- Episcopal 51
Village HS- Gary Smith 21, Trey Williams 18pts, Shaquille Cleare 12
Episcopal HS- Ken Williams 18, Sirius Berwanger 13
2:30pm   STHS vs Woodlands
ST Thomas 78- Woodlands Christian 34
ST. Thomas- Adam Drexler 19,Christian Sanders 11, Doc Perrier 10
WC-Diaz 18, Bento 14
4:00pm   Concordia Lutheran 68 vs C.C. John Paul 64

5:30pm   Gold Semi-final...HCYA 85 vs Episcopal 70
HCYA- Justin Jackson 24
EHS- Ken Williams 32
7:00pm   Gold Semi-final...ST Thomas 66 vs Concordia Lutheran 40
STHS- Christian Sanders 23, Chase Brogna 10, Chris Voss 10

8:30pm   Bronze Semi-final..Woodlands Christian .vs CC John Paul II

Sat Schedule

9:00am Village HS vs St. Johns
10:30am Kinkaid vs SA Antonian
12pm Trent Int vs Second Baptist
1:30pm Bronze 1st place
3:00pm Silver 1st place
4:30pm  HCYA vs St. Thomas HS (championship)

D1 Nation Alumni Update: Cody Doolin University of San Francisco

College exhibition games are winding down, with the regular season just around the corner.  Wearing the familiar #45 from his days as a 4 year varsity starter at Austin Westlake, Cody Doolin shows his shooting form in yesterday's win over D2 Menlo College (CA).

The true freshman scored 15 points in his college debut starting at the off guard spot and spelling at the point.  Cody's the son of James & Becky Doolin of Austin.  A great student, person & team mate at all times Cody Doolin was one of the toughest competitors to ever wear a Texas D1 Ambassadors uniform. 

Over the years we've played them all and Doolin was instrumental in the Texas D1 Ambassadors back to back Kingwood Classic Platinum Champions back when it was the country's premier recruiting event. Doolin chose USF for it's academics and the opportunity to play for Kansas PG Rex Walters.

Charlie Thomas Classic Recap (Nov. 4-6)

                                              Charlie Thomas Classic Tournament Recap

1st Place - HCYA
2nd Place- ST. Thomas HS
3rd Place- St. Pius X HS
Consolation- Concordia Lutheran

All Tournament Team

MVP- Justin Jackson 6'7 (2014) HCYA - Scored when he wanted to most games from all over the court, clearly a big time player that flat out gets its done.
Donrad Knowles 6'9(2012) HCYA- Very skilled forward that scored inside and out and was a force most games.
Edward Chung 6'0(2011) HCYA- knocked down open shots with regularity making teams pay for leaving him open.  
Christian Sanders 6'4(2012) St. Thomas HS- Scored in a variety of ways and made plays for his teams.
Jeremy King 6'9(2012) ST. Thomas HS- Blocked shots and was a presence in the middle on both ends of the floor.
Chase Brogna 6'0(2012) ST. Thomas HS- Guard who shot the ball well and made plays on both ends of the court .
Trey Guidry 6'6(2012) ST. Pius X HS- Athletic wing who scored the ball  inside and out, rebounded the ball well.
Devin Turk 6'3(2012) St. Pius X HS- Shooter who knocked down several key buckets and made opponents pay for leaving him  open.
Carl Culberson 6'0 (2012) St. Pius X HS-floor general that kept pressure on the opposing defenses and made clutch baskets down the stretch.
Tyler Holloway 6'6(2012) Concordia Lutheran- Scorer who made open shots with regularity, can score in bunches.
Chris Patereau  6'5(2011) North East Christian - skill guard that shot the ball well, ran his team, and made plays for his teammates consistently.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

D 1 Nation Houston (Hoop Scoop) ST. Pius X HS

                                                     ST. Pius X HS

 Henry Sims is in his 2nd year as the commander and chief of the St. PiusX  Panthers. One of Houston's oldest privates school, this years team will be one of the city's best kept secrets. The Panthers are loaded with talent and are primed for a deep playoff push. ST. Pius is extremely athletic and will look to push the tempo to make opponents fold under pressure.  St. Pius feature a trio of perimeter players in Trey Guidry 6'7 wing , Devin Turk 6'3, Carl Culberson 6'0 that will look to get the Panthers over the hump this season.

Solomon Brown
Kevin Burton
Carl Culberson
Brett Donnally
Trey Guidry
Jackson Harris
Terrell Jackson
Derek James
Carter Taylor
Jarvis Thibodeaux
Devin Turk
Kenny Wells