Author: Anthony Ray

Brophy Prep (13-3) saw some difficulty early in the high school season after back-to-back losses, but since has been on a tear. Brophy Prep would win their first three games of the high school season, before losing in the championship game of this year’s Arrowhead Desert Classic to tournament champion Peoria HS (53-40). The Broncos would then lose their next game on the road at Mountain Pointe HS, 58-54. Since then, the Broncos, led by former division-I head coach Tony Fuller, have been playing very well. The Broncos would win this year’s McClintock Holiday Shootout by default last week with…

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Two of the top basketball prospects in the state are also widely recognized as two of the top football prospects in the state. Corona Del Sol High School’s 6-foot-5, 245-pound senior post Avery Moss and Chandler HS 6-foot-5, 235-pound senior forward Kisima Jagne have both given verbal pledges to division-I football programs. While both top-rated basketball prospects were recruited heavily by numerous college basketball programs, both student-athletes decided to be smart about their athletic futures and give verbal commitments for football – both will be signing with BCS programs. Moss recently decided to end his college recruitment at the Semper…

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One of the top overall performers in the state of Arizona that many have either not seen or even not heard about is Sunnyslope High School’s 6-foot-2, 165-pound senior combo-guard Bryce Gosar. While not a household name like many other prospects, this young man is maong the state’s best basketball talents. Gosar has been absolutely on fire this high school season – leading his Sunnsylope HS team to a 13-3 record this season in the Division-II standings. Gosar’s numbers have been more than impressive, averaging 27.3 points, 2.4 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 2.7 steals per/game this season. The majority of…

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With the junior college version of the event set for Janury 14th, the MLK Basketball Classic for high school basketball programs across the state will take place on Monday, January 16th at three different exciting locations. Arizona State University will be hosting their 9th Annual event, while University of Arizona will be hosting their sixth annual event. Grand Canyon University will be hosting games at their new arena this year as well. The goal of the event is to bring attention to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through the recognition and celebration of those in the community.…

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