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Big Spring grad Adams thrives as assistant coach for No. 1 South Plains

By Marc David

South Plains CollegeAs a youngster growing up, Luke Adams had the opportunity to meet many successful coaches. His father, Mark Adams, was the ultra-successful men’s basketball coach at Howard College.

One of the coaches who impressed young Luke Adams was Steve Green at South Plains College. Green had a reputation as an offensive-minded genius.

Read more: http://www.reporternews.com/story/sports/college/2017/03/08/big-spring-grad-adams-thrives-assistant-coach-no-1-south-plains/98888526/

Source: Abilene Reporter-News

Scores are only half the game at W.Pa. School for Deaf basketball tourney

By Nate Smallwood

western-pennsylvaniaIt wasn't just game time this week inside the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf's gymnasium in Edgewood.

It was tournament time.

Student-athletes, coaches and family members from three states and Washington, D.C., traveled to Western Pennsylvania for the 14th annual Tri-State Middle School Basketball Tournament.

Read more: http://triblive.com/local/allegheny/12015573-74/tournament-wpsd-deaf

Source: Trib Live

Showstoppers win tourney hosted by NJ Thunder

Showstoppers won the championship at the first annual basketball tournament hosted by New Jersey Thunder last Saturday, February 25th. Showstoppers rolled past Empire City 86-47 in the semifinals with Trey Gordon leading the way with 27 points. In the championship match, Gordon once again powered the Showstoppers in a lopsided win against Roc City Blazers 80-47 with 29 points. Tony Tatum added 22 points for for the champions.


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Gallaudet men’s basketball team’s long championship drought goes on

By David Larimer

GallaudetThe Gallaudet men’s basketball team, which set a program record for wins this season in pursuit of its first conference championship since 1943, was upset by visiting Morrisville State, 72-68, in the semifinals of the North Eastern Athletic Conference tournament.

Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/dc-sports-bog/wp/2017/02/25/gallaudet-mens-basketball-teams-long-championship-drought-goes-on/?utm_term=.fe85d82d666d

Source: The Washington Post

The nation’s only deaf men’s college basketball team is on the verge of its first March Madness

By Dan Sternberg

GallaudetThe most successful men’s basketball team in Gallaudet history is chasing ghosts again, and they aren’t hard to find. Players can’t avoid that team banner inside their campus field house, the one with two small entries on a mostly blank expanse of blue, recognizing conference championships in 1919 and 1943. A few steps outside the gym, the athletic department’s trophy case prominently displays the spoils from that most recent, World War II-era title, when the bottom-seeded Bison upset Delaware in the Mason-Dixon Conference final.

Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/dc-sports-bog/wp/2017/02/24/the-nations-only-deaf-mens-college-basketball-team-is-on-the-verge-of-its-first-march-madness/?utm_term=.bd9233263f72

Source: Washington Post

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