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Reidsville talks big things with Coach Ross

By: Nailah Thomas Coming from Reidsville, the varsity basketball team at Reidsville High School brought the heat this past weekend at the Phenom High School Team Camp. This weekend they are showing how they went 12-0 in the conference and 26-1 overall. Reidsville has star players including freshmen that lead the team to success. Head Coach Jason Ross began his successful journey with Reidsville...

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Previewing the Triad High School Basketball Landscape: Reidsville

It's been stated before, but the high school basketball scene has transformed into something comparable to NBA free agency. On one hand, the kneejerk reaction is to pose an argument for why/how transferring or reclassifying could have a positive effect on said player. The other side of the token typically points to the lack of loyalty, structure, or overall negative effects that could...

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Phenom Player's Blog: Two-sport athlete, Breon Pass, proud of team's success and putting Reidsville HS on the map

In a new feature that we are looking to provide at Phenom Hoops, we are bringing our followers the new “Phenom Player’s Blog,” as we discuss some of the latest topics with players around the country. They provide their back story, their thoughts, and we get to know a little bit more about them overall. First up, we have 2021 guard Breon Pass who is a star football and basketball player at Reidsville high school.

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SUPER SOPH Breon Pass Does Everything! Reidsville RAW Highlights in Win

Breon Pass won a state championship this year in football. However the sophomore also carries basketball offers from the likes of NC State and East Carolina. The kid is a winner. Pass’ feel for the game is natural, which makes sense as his father (also his coach) played basketball collegiality and then earned a pay check playing basketball. Without question, Pass is tracking at a high...

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Phenom’s Summer Jam — Top 10 Performers

What an event it was. There was so much talent in the gym, with a sold out event of some of the top teams from around the region. We had two defending NCHSAA state champions with Independence (4A) and Forest Hills (2A) competing (neither seemed to have lost a beat). It was a great collection of prospects and teams and it was awesome to have 15-20 college coaches in the gym, throughout the day....

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