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Tatum Veitenheimer's mom knows the sound all too well. From anywhere in the family's brick home in tiny Windthorst, Texas, she can hear the dong, dong, dong when her daughter dribbles one of the 12 basketballs lying around the house. The tile floors amplify the sound, outmatched only by calls of co. . . Read More
When the Destrehan girls basketball team stepped onto the bright floor of the Madison Preparatory School gym in November, it was the last preseason scrimmage for six returning seniors, their head coach and the family they created over the last four years. Some teams have a star. Destrehan has a "Mo. . . Read More
Christianna Carr found a home this year on Manhattan High’s girls basketball team. Now she gets to stay in town for a few more years. The junior guard picked Kansas State on Sunday over Kentucky, Louisville, Mississippi State and South Carolina. “At first, I was like, ‘What is K-State?’” Carr sai. . . Read More
After a magnificent junior season last winter, Warren Cousino guard Kierra Fletcher is taking on a spotlight like she has never seen before this season. The star player on Cousino's Class A state championship team a year ago, Fletcher was about as dominant as she could have been by averaging 23 poi. . . Read More
While Bradley Central standout hoopster Rhyne Howard isn’t ready to say where she’ll play college ball, she did narrow the field considerably Tuesday. Still in the running are three Southeastern Conference schools, a pair of ACC institutions and a Big Ten program. “Today I’d like to announce that . . . Read More
Bianca Jackson understands expectations. Her parents – Lewis and Freda Freeman-Jackson – serve as the head men's and women's basketball coaches at Alabama State, so Bianca, a senior guard at Brewbaker Tech, grew up in the pressure-laden atmosphere of college athletics and never-ending expectations.. . . Read More
Madison Wise didn’t have a set date in mind. A week before the start of the 2016-17 girls basketball regular season, the Greenfield-Central senior honestly had no clue when she was going to break the news. A highly-sought-after 6-foot-1 wing with college coaches from the SEC, Mid-American Conferenc. . . Read More
Michaela Onyenwere, the No. 10 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100, has committed to UCLA. "I chose UCLA because of relationships," Onyenwere said. "UCLA assistant coach Jenny Huth not only took an interest in my basketball abilities, but my life too. I consider her my coach and a second mom. . . Read More

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