2014 PTN Showcase Division Tip Sheet

2014 PTN Showcase Division Tip Sheet

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Talent is EVERYWHERE folks

By Simmie Colson

  ARIELLE BROWN   CARROLTON, Texas-The PBR Showcase Division at Prime Time Nationals paired some of the top teams against…

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2014 PTN Final 4 Tip Sheet 9th Grade

2014 PTN Final 4 Tip Sheet 9th Grade

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Talent is everywhere folks

By Simmie Colson

  CARROLTON, Texas-The Final 4 of the 9th Grade Division was heated to say the least and after both the…

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2014 PTN Final 4 Tip Sheet 10th grade

2014 PTN Final 4 Tip Sheet 10th grade

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Talent is EVERYWHERE folks

By Simmie Colson

      CARROLTON, Texas- This was truly a fight till the finish and although I’ve watched the Waco Lady…

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2014 PTN Final 4 Tip Sheet 11/12 grade

2014 PTN Final 4 Tip Sheet 11/12 grade

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Talent is EVERYWHERE folks

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    CARROLTON, Texas- As great as the championships were last season and the one before at Prime Time Nationals,…

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2014 Prime Time Nationals at Fieldhouse

Written by Simmie Colson on Thursday, 31 July 2014 17:13.

2014 PTN Frisco

 

FRISCO, Texas-Fieldhouse USA was hot and heavy last week and I saw a glimpse of the future. What I truly enjoyed more than anything was watching players as young  as the 3rd grade grasping and comprehending what was being taught and also how to react in game situation. Watching the kid watch the clock and drain the three to send a game into overtime or watching those who understood that shooting a three on a four on one fast break while only leading by a couple with under 30 seconds probably wasn’t the thing to do. Oklahoma Select-Red sent a message as they easily captured the 7th grade title of Houston Skyrise Elite. Ginger “The Beast” Reece , Maci Gore and Krystn Jones all showed they could do a variety of things on the floor but this team is loaded. The same could be said for Skyrise who went down but not without a fight, especially in pool play. Elizabeth “Great” Scott, along with Reece, have already shown me they will be BCS players but the talent between the two clubs was amazing. Amanda Ferry, Ashley Daniel and Alecia Whyte along with Scott, gives them one of the most imposing front lines I’ve seen among young squads

The Oklahoma Swarm lost to tough D1Shooters Destiny 2020 team in the 6th Grade Division but let me go on record and say that Kaelyn Levings is legit. She’s over six feet, runs the floor, shoots the three, watch out but there are others ready to Swarm all over you. Shooters also had a great mixture, especially with kids already knocking down the midrange like Tyler Jackson. Gabby Mureeba played huge, I could tell she’s used to that and the point guard, Nevaeh Tot was definitely able to get to whatever spot she wanted. Tell you what, I’ll do something on each team on the blog, too much talent and not enough time right now so be patient, its coming

2014 Prime Time Nationals closes with a bang

Written by Simmie Colson on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 12:56.

2014 PT Stastny and Stars

 

CARROLTON, Texas-The 2014 Prime Time Nationals gave me everything and then some because right off the top, I was overwhelmed by the talent. If I have one regret, it’s not seeing the Texas Frontline teams again, I caught them earlier this season and knew they would make a run and that they did as their Blue team won the 8th Grade Division, without Addison Ryan who was at a Nike Camp and I don’t have time to go into details about her, use the search bar on my blog and remember that is a name you definitely want to remember. To top that off, their Red team finished fourth in the same division. In the 11/12th Grade Division, I said the Dallas Stars would make a deep run before the tournament started, they finished second to Team Texas Stastny and after seeing KJ Stastny perform on opening day, I knew they would be in the mix and the championship game was a thriller, one on the best I’ve seen in July period. In the 10th Grade Division, I watched the Waco Lady Panthers defeat Oklahoma Dream Elite Team in a game that several Lady Panthers other than the Benson sisters, Marie and Barbara, stepped up and to be honest, I didn’t think they had a chance against the star studded Oklahoma squad but they prevailed. In the 9th Grade Division, the Oklahoma Stars defeated the younger Waco Lady Panthers team but Waco having two teams in the finals speaks volumes and throughout the event, Oklahoma represented in multiple divisions  which tells me I’m going to be crossing the state line a whole lot. I saw those three championship games, along with Oklahoma Select Red defeating Houston Skyrise Elite in the 7th Grade Diviision and D1 Shooters Destiny 2020 defeat Oklahoma Swarm in the 6th Grade Division. All that will be coming up along with Tip Sheets galore including one on the PBR Showcase Division so I’ll be swinging back and forth between here and the blog the rest of the week

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Under The Radar

  • Player Pos
    Gabbie Stanton G
    Katie Burke PG
    Torrie Thompson G
    Tana Driver PG
    Brooke Joilvet G/F
    Dasia Johnson G
    Charlotte Hodges F
    Anna Miller G
  • Player Pos
    Madison Schenck F
    Cori Schnell 
    Brittany Panetti P
    Maci Forsythe G
    Mailee Jones G
    Rachel Tapps G
    Alexia Torres G
    Jordan Stover G
    Destiny Navarro  G
  • Player Pos
    Bianca Hernandez G
    Hannah Hudson G
    Jade LeBlanc-Ernest
    Marissa Banfield  PG
    Ariel Starks 
    Dannia Gonzalez G
    Kamaya Miller F
  • Player Pos
    Jordan Ott G
    Rayven Patin G
    Tia Tolbert G
    Mikayla Schenck
    Katlyn Ghavidel
  • Player Pos
    Reagan Montgomery G
    Ginger Reece  F

Area HS teams to watch next season

Just throwing something at you early, I'll adjust it November 15th

 

1.Manvel

2. North Shore

3. Cy Woods

4. Klein Forest

5 .Dekaney

6. Clear Springs

7. Pearland

8. Bush

9.Westide

10.Bellaire

11. Westbury Christian

12.Cy Ranch

13.Kingwood

14.Barbers Hill

15.St Agnes