Author: Anthony Ray

The Open Division State Playoffs continue this evening at Chaparral High School with big semi-finals action back-to-back, as our #1 ranked team in the state, Millennium High School will face #2 seed Notre Dame Prep, and #1 seed and two-time defending state champions Perry High School will face #4 seed Basha High School. With two exciting semi-final match-ups in one location on the evening, it will make for some exciting basketball action. Here is a preview of both games that will determine the state final for the Open Division this weekend at Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Perry High School vs Basha High School Semi-Final #1 seed Perry High School (22-6) are our…

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The Open Division State Playoffs continue this evening at Chaparral High School with big semi-finals action back-to-back, as our #1 ranked team in the state, Millennium High School will face #2 seed Notre Dame Prep, and #1 seed and two-time defending state champions Perry High School will face #4 seed Basha High School. With two exciting semi-final match-ups in one location on the evening, it will make for some exciting basketball action. Here is a preview of both games that will determine the state final for the Open Division this weekend at Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Millennium High School vs Notre…

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The PAC-12 Conference will be changed forever next year, as different programs in the conference will move to different conferences next season. This weekend, two programs currently in the conference have extended offers to Eduprize Prep’s gifted 6-foot-4, 195-pound junior guard prospect AJ Thomas. Thomas is coming off another excellent high school season for himself, as he led Eduprize Prep (32-1) to this year’s CAA Open Division State Championship. Now college programs are setting their sights on Thomas, as he reels in two more offers for himself – his two biggest offers to date. With the NCAA Spring Evaluation period…

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San Tan Charter (29-3) finished off another impressive season on Saturday, winning their last (18) games on the season, and defeating a tough Rancho Solano Prep (24-6) team in the 2A State Championship game on Saturday, 69-54, at Veterans Memorial Coliseum. 5-foot-8, 150-pound freshman stud guard Peyton Lubash was terrific all season for San Tan Charter, and came up big down the stretch for San Tan in their state title run, setting this program up for a bright future, as this young team will return many of it’s top talent going forward, led by the heroics of Lubash from the…

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The 14th Annual ARIZONA Spring Showcase 🏀 is set for Sunday, March 3rd and will be held at Skyline Prep High School for invited high school boys basketball players in grades 8-12. Scouts and media are expected to attend, as well as NAIA & Junior College coaches. For more information, please go to www.areacodesbasketball.net Arizona Preps will be in attendance for this event to bring you our top overall individual performers from the event.

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Friday was an amazing day of basketball action around the state of Arizona for all basketball divisions in the state, as each Division saw action on the day or evening – making for some electric basketball action around the state. No division in the state though was more exciting than (4) different quarterfinal games that were being played, which would decide the semi-finals for this year’s Open Division State Playoffs. Notre Dame Prep (25-4) punched their ticket for the Open Division Final Four on Friday evening in fine fashion, as they defeated a very talented and hot St. Mary’s High…

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Sunnyslope High School (20-7) fell to our #1 ranked team in the state on Friday evening, as they would lose at home to Millennium, 56-50, in front of a sold out crowd in attendance. While the season and Sunnyslope’s hopes for winning an Open Division state title this season diminished on Friday evening in front of their home crowd, the future is exceedingly bright for the program, as the Vikings have loads of serious young Division-I talent for the future. One of these elite young prospects is 6-foot-10 freshman post Darius Wabbington. While Wabbington is very young and has a…

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Inspire Prep Academy’s 6-foot-4 8th grader Adan Diggs has been making noise among the national basketball community for some time, and now college programs are noticing as well. Diggs is a sure-fire future high-major Division-I talent and his future looks to be extremely bright. This week, Diggs received his first Division-I offer to his credit, as the University of Washington extended an offer very early in the recruiting process for the tremendous young talent. The University of Washington has definitely done a good job of recruiting the state of Arizona over the years, but recently, the program has stepped up their…

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One of the elite young prospects in America resides right here in the state of Arizona. The state of Arizona has consistently produced elite young prospects over time, and now we have another one. Hillcrest Prep’s uniquely talented 6-foot-11 freshman prospect Adrien Isaac Porras has consistently received rave reviews for some time now, since before entering the high school ranks. The large young post prospect is a rare talent and now college programs are taking notice, early in the recruiting process, for the opportunity to land this young man in the future. Recently, Porras received his second Division-I offer for…

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College programs are beginning to line up for Basha High School’s gifted young guard prospect, 6-foot sophomore point guard Mason Magee. While it is still very early in the recruiting process for Magee, college programs are positioning themselves now for the gifted young prospect. With a couple offers already on the table for Magee, he now has received his second PAC-12 offer from a Division-I program, and will look to reel in many more offers for himself over time, and in the near future, as he gets set to enter another brig spring and summer for himself. This week, Magee…

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