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2017 Tryout Results Updated – 15U 16U 17U

Garner Road 2017 Tryout Results 9th Grade (15U) Gold – West Team Practice Tues. & Thurs @ 7:30pm BJ Keith Carson McCorkle Daveon Dunn Day’Ron Sharpe DeMarcus Elliott Djimon Bailey Kaleb H. Scott Mekhi Townes Tre Waller Vernon Fraley Wesley Case 10th Grade (16U) Gold – Spruill Team Practice Tues. & Thurs @ 7:30pm Chris Dodoo Derrick Quansah DJ Horne Gavin Bizyak Jason Thompson Kadin Shedrick RJ Wilson Shawn Walker Jr. Shyquan Jones Shykiem Phillips 11th Grade (17U) Silver – Creecy Team Practice Tues. & Thurs @ 7:30pm Andreas Wilson Bryant Randleman Chase Forte DeMarcus Taylor Dow Dunton Erik Alvey Issiah McLean JD Greenwade Nico Barnes Trayvon Ferrell Will McGrath 11th Grade (17U) Gold – Coleman Team Brice Paster Dakari Johnson Jalen Finch Jarren McAllister Jeremy Robinson Jimmy Nichols Ryan Carfley Ryan Tankelewicz Shyqua Grimes Zach...

TJ Warren gives back to kids!

While some NBA stars are at All Star festivities, vacation or just went home – Garner Road Alumni TJ Warren was busy giving back to kids. The TJ Warren Foundation, BAGS Foundation, and TJ collaborated to make the event happen. The first stop was Fox Elementary where he gave the school 500 books and Phoenix Suns gift bags.  Next was to Riverside High School, where Texas Instrument Reps met up with TJ and presented TI 84 calculators to the school.  “I just want to give back and help those where I come from” said TJ while being mobbed by the Boys Basketball team and students.  Way to go...

Tryouts – 9th, 10th and 11th grade

For information on 9th, 10th and 11th Grade Tryouts Click here – Tryout Information To Register for Tryouts Click Here for Registration...

Town Hall Meeting Notes

Garner Road Basketball Club – Parent’s Town Hall Meeting Town-Hall-Meeting-Notes Jan 2017 – Jan...

Updated 7th & 8th Grade Tryout Results

2017 Tryout Results Listed below is the 2017 Tryout Results for 7th grade.  Practice information will be sent via email to all those that made the roster. 8th Grade Practice & Parent Meeting will be sent via email.  8th Grade – Whitley Ben Hines Carson Croom Cole Gilbert Griffin Hines Jackson McNamara Justin Bell Markel Lloyd Nathan Kiger Omar Carabello Quincy Pugh Rob Barber Stefan Killeya-Jones Xavier St. Hill Zanje Lee 8th Grade – Davis Brandon Huffstetler Darius Briley Daylen Berry Diante Kiesenhofer Garret Bizyak Jalen McDOnald Jalen Rochelle Kaiwan Fletcher Sam Tilton Stefon McLeod Taylor Lucas Terrence Harcum Tharius Suggs Will Felton   7th Grade – Graves Baron Williams Cameron Johnson Comeh Emuobor Damian Booth Grady Bizyak Jakobi Woods Julien King Nigel Okwakol Parker Hodgson Praise Ananaba Wesley...

Thomas Allen 2017 PG commits to NC State

NC State basketball recruiting: Pack lands commitment from 4-star guard Thomas Allen by Steven Muma@akulawolf Oct 2, 2016, 8:14pm EDT NC State picked up the first commitment to its 2017 basketball class on Sunday night. In-state combo guard Thomas Allen, who was in Raleigh for a visit this week, announced his pledge to Mark Gottfried and the Wolfpack on Twitter. Allen is a consensus four-star prospect in the ‘17 class from Garner, though he’ll be playing this season at Brewster Academy in New Hampshire. (T.J. Warren is also a Brewster alum.) As our own Newclass explained earlier in the week, Allen moved up his visit to NC State, and that’s often a good sign. It certainly was here. The opportunity to stay close to home helped seal the deal for Allen, who also was being recruited by Texas A&M, Nebraska, St. Louis, Illinois, Xavier, Cincinnati, and Virginia Tech, among others. He’s listed at 6’2 and 180 pounds by 247Sports and is ranked 134th overall in the 247 Composite. (The Composite is an average of the various major recruiting services.) This is Newclass’ quick assessment of him from earlier this week: Allen is a 6’1″ combo guard wired to score. A dead-eye shooter with “sneaky” athleticism, he can score in bunches. He’s a liability on defense right now but he’s mainly on the floor to score and distribute. He can play off ball as well as he is a knock down catch and shoot...

GRBC PG Alex Hunter Commits!

Leesville Road’s Hunter commits to Furman Posted September 4, 2016  By Nick Stevens RALEIGH, N.C. — Leesville Road point guard Alex Hunter has made a verbal commitment. Hunter gave a verbal pledge on Friday to play college basketball at Furman, according to Leesville Road boys basketball coach Russ Frazier. At 5-foot-11 and 165 pounds, Hunter, a rising senior, has been a first team all-conference selection each year of his high school career. Last season, Hunter was named the Cap 8 Conference Co-Player of the Year after averaging 18.1 points, 7.1 assists, 3.2 steals and 3.1 rebounds per game. He shot 52-percent from the field, including 44-percent from 3-point range. Hunter has also been named the Most Valuable Player at Leesville Road the last two seasons. Hunter has started in all 81 games during his high school career. Last season the Pride made a run to the third round of the N.C. High School Athletic Association 4-A state playoffs. For his career, Hunter has scored 1,272 points (15.7 PPG) and dished out 549 assists (6.8 APG). Follow Nick Stevens on Twitter...

GRBC Soph commits to VA Tech

Virginia Tech Men’s Basketball Lands 2018 Recruit Jarren McAllister By: Ricky LaBlue | Associate Editor June 17, 2016 Jarren McAllister (photo via heritageherald.com) Next season is months away, but the Hokies just landed their first recruit in the Class of 2018. Jarren McAllister, a guard/forward from Heritage High School in Wake Forest, NC., committed on Friday afternoon. Follow:  Heritage Basketball @HHSHuskyHoops Congrats to 2018 guard Jarren McAllister (@dotadoJLM) on committing to Virginia Tech! 4:56 PM – 17 Jun 2016 4646 Retweets 6767 likes He was immediately welcomed by Tech guard Justin Robinson. Follow:  Justin Robinson @5Alive_ S/O to the little bro @dotadoJLM for committing today. Welcome to the fam!! #HokieNation 5:01 PM – 17 Jun 2016 2020 Retweets 6565 likes At 6-foot-3, 160-pounds, McAllister could easily grow in the next couple years before he comes to Virginia Tech, which would allow him to play forward at the college level. According to MaxPreps, McAllister played 29 games this past season, averaging 13.4 points per game, 5.1 rebound per game and 3.4 assists per...

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