May 27 ’11: NIGERIAN Christopher Okpe played all six of his minutes in the fourth quarter and scored the go-ahead basket on an assist by Andrian Celada as Arellano University ended its 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Premier Cup campaign on a high note, beating the University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers, 64-63 last May [...]

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Some of you might not remember Ibrahim Salih, but we do, he’s the kid who was seriously sort after by 1Dream and we at Cape Coast Hoops was able to link both and big man made it to the USA. I think all players from Africa need follow his great examples!!!!! =============================================== by Shannon Cottongame [...]

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Yesss!!!!! Our boys in Philippines are doing what they know best. Alinko who balls with UP and Charles, for AU are experiencing their debut in the real McCoy after serving their two years of residency which is mandatory for foreign players. Both have started to see action in their respective leagues. Alinko plays in the UAAP [...]

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Posted on February 26, 2011 by Patrick Moran It was certainly not a good omen for St. Joe’s when on the game’s opening tip, center Reggie Agbeko came down on his ankle and crumpled to the floor in pain for several minutes.  The Marauders biggest (literally) advantage was gone before their Manhattan Cup semifinal against [...]

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St. Joe’s Stuns Top Ranked Niagara Falls In Thriller Posted on February 18, 2011 by Buffalo Sports Daily For any athlete playing high school basketball just months before graduation, senior night is always special.  It’s special to hear your name introduced to the crowd one last time. It’s special to pose for pictures with the [...]

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By Chris Anderson Published: Saturday, January 22, 2011 at 1:00 a.m. Last Modified: Friday, January 21, 2011 at 10:51 p.m. ( page 1 of 2 ) BRADENTON – Receiving proper clearance to leave Nigeria for the United States can be difficult, so Odi Onyekachukwu was taking no chances. Not only did he pray that he [...]

St. Joe’s used a big run in the second half to pull away from OTC Middle College for a 69-54 win in the annual MLK Classic at City Honors high school. OTC’s #24 Cordell Torres hit a big three midway through the third quarter to tie the game at 43. Torres led the Kats with [...]

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There’s few tasks more daunting in all of Western New York high school sports than walking into Bishop Timon-St. Jude’s gym on McKinley Parkway in South Buffalo and leaving with a victory during a winning Tigers season. Catholic rival St. Joes flirted big-time with being Timon’s latest victim, but a last second bucket followed by [...]

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A big second quarter keyed St. Joe’s in a 57-49 win over Grover. The Marauders had just two turnovers en route to a 22-6 run in the second stanza to take control of the game. While Grover made an impressive run in the final four minutes of the game, St. Joe’s (4-2) held on for [...]

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Here are excerpts from the commentary at the Cataract Clasics on the 11th of December: 6:57 p.m. Not in the starting lineup is St. Joe’s transfer Reggie Agbeko, a 6-7 junior who is likely a draw for UB assistant coach Jim Kwitchoff, who is on hand and spoke with both coaches before the tip. 6:58 [...]

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