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Greensboro Day School Showcasing Impressive Balance

This past weekend, Greensboro Day School attended our Phenom Summer Showcase and played against some quality competition in preparation for the upcoming June Live period. Folks should expect nothing less than greatness from Coach Johnson, Coach Smith, and each team they’ve assembled. While this squad is primarily comprised of returning pieces, they have thrown a few new names into the mix. Given...

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Player Standouts at Phenom Summer Showcase

5’10 ’27 CP Perry (Team Ish) There were a lot of productive contributors for Team Ish, and Perry stood out as a consistent tone-setter from start to finish. He’s an absolute pest defensively, providing a ton of energy, overwhelming opposing ball-handlers, and forcing turnovers with regularity. Offensively, Perry showcased the full arsenal. He hit shots, made plays off the bounce, and set up...

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NCISAA Championship Previews

After a season full of anticipation, the wait is finally over. We’ve reached playoff time after the first (somewhat) normal season since everything crashed due to covid. Between teams playing full schedules and the decreasing amount of general hysteria throughout the country, folks clearly wanted basketball to return. While some restrictions (masks, testing, etc.) still remain in place, this...

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Early viewing at Phenom Summer Showcase: Greensboro Day

What was great about the Phenom Summer Showcase in Bermuda Run, it gave us a chance to view some of the talent and teams coming into the high school season.  A few high school programs came together to compete in showcase games, giving us an early look at what their team may look like.  In this article, we look at Greensboro Day as we dive into their roster a little more and names to...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Greg Harmon #60: 5’5 ’23 Mason Trombley (Northwest Cabarrus) Starting things off, we look at a player that showed a willingness to do whatever possible to get involved in the action, Mason Trombley. He’s a smart, slightly undersized point guard prospect that knows how to communicate and maximize his offensive touches. Trombley can initiate offense, operate without the ball, and...

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