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State/Region Champions

California - 1968 Compton
Georgia Greats - 2007 Norcross
Illinois I - 1972 Dolton Thornridge
Illinois II - 1972 Dolton Thornridge
Indiana - 2003 Indianapolis Pike
Iowa - 1984 Cedar Rapids Kennedy
Jersey Shore Greats - 1977 Long Branch
Kentucky - 1988 Louisville Ballard
Macomb (MI) County - 1994 SCS Lake Shore
Michigan I - 1967 Detroit Pershing
Michigan II - 1991 Detroit Southwestern
Minnesota Greats - 1995 Minneapolis North
Ohio - 2006 Canton McKinley
Ohio Greats - 2002 Columbus Brookhaven
Pennsylvania - 1965 Midland Lincoln
Tennessee Greats - 2003 White Station
Texas Greats - 2010 Houston Yates
Virginia Legends - 1977 TC Williams
West Virginia - 1968 Charleston
Wisconsin - 1967 Milwaukee Lincoln




Yearly Champions

1960 - (DC) Archbishop Carroll
1967 - (DC) Mackin
1970 - La Mesa (CA) Helix
1971 - East Chicago (IN) Washington
1977 - Pasadena (CA)
1980 - West Memphis (AR)
1985 - Marion (IN)


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72-team All-Time High School Basketball Greats Tournament...
coming in Winter of 2017




Round One
Preview of Rd 1 Games
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Preliminary Games

1- 1969 (TN) Riverside vs 1971 (TN) Cameron
Two of Tennessee's best go at it for the right to meet '83 Dunbar

2- 2008 St. Anthony vs 2011 St. Anthony
Two of Coach Bob Hurley's best battle for the right to meet '89 Friars

3- 1989 Miami Senior vs 1986 Camden
Miami has Doug Edwards to combat Coach Clarence Turner's champs

4- 2005 Niagara Falls vs 1981 Cambridge R & L

Cambridge has big Patrick Ewing; the Falls feature Johnny Flynn & Paul Harris

5- 1995 (LA) St. Augustine vs 1995 Little Rock Parkview

National champs from New Orleans battle Derek Fisher and Parkview

6- 1965 Midland (PA) vs 1975 Pittsburgh 5th Avenue
Western PA's best clash

7- 1985 (DC) Spingarn vs 1976 (DC) Dunbar

DC powers collide for the right to play '65 DeMatha

8- 1973 Wheatley vs 1975 Kashmere

Two of Houston's National Champions battle



Magic Johnson Regional
#16 Winner of Prelim Game One vs. #1 1983 Baltimore Dunbar
#9 1980 West Memphis (AR) vs. #8 2014 (CA) Mater Dei
#13 1973 Baltimore Dunbar vs. #4 1980 Inglewood (CA)
#12 1978 (MD) DeMatha vs. #5 1960 (DC) Carroll
#14 1997 Peoria Manual vs. #3 1990 Chicago King
#11 1971 (CA) Verbum Dei vs. #6 1958 Oakland McClymonds
#15 Winner of Prelim Game Two vs. #2 1989 (NJ) St. Anthony
#10 1981 Quincy (IL) vs. #7 1967 Newark Weequahic

Kobe Bryant Regional
#16 Winner of Prelim Game Three vs. #1 1972 (IL) Thornridge
#9 1970 (NY) Power Memorial vs. #8 1958 Philadelphia Overbrook
#13 1999 (NY) Rice vs. #4 1979 Southwest Macon
#12 2000 Portland Jefferson vs. #5 2010 Houston Yates
#14 1969 Columbus (OH) East vs. #3 1968 Compton (CA)
#11 1970 (CA) Helix vs. #6 1970 Houston Wheatley
#15 Winner of Prelim Game Four vs. 2003 Akron SV-SM
#10 1966 (NY) DeWitt Clinton vs.  #7 1974 (CT) Wilbur Cross

Michael Jordan Regional
#16 Winner of Prelim Game Five vs. #1 1964 (NY) Power Memorial
#9 1988 (NY) Tolentine vs. #8 1985 Los Angeles Crenshaw
#13 1984 Long Beach Poly vs. #4 1982 (MD) Calvert Hall
#12 1984 (MD) DeMatha vs. #5 1982 Baltimore Dunbar
#14 1966 (NY) Rice vs. #3 1969 Indianapolis Washington
#11 1956 Middletown (OH) vs. #6 1955 Philadelphia Overbrook
#15 Winner of Prelim Game Six vs. #2 1971 EC (IN) Washington
#10 1987 Marion (IN) vs. #7 1993 (PA) Simon Gratz

Larry Bird Regional
#16 Winner of Prelim Game Seven vs. #1 1965 (MD) DeMatha
#9 2002 Dallas Lincoln vs. #8 2000 Compton Dominguez
#13 1996 (NJ) Saint Anthony vs. #4 1977 West Philadelphia
#12 1955 Indianapolis Attucks vs. #5 2006 (IN) Lawrence North
#14 2017 Seattle Nathan Hale vs. #3 2016 Chino Hills (CA)
#11 1989 (NY) Christ the King vs. #6 1990 Detroit Southwestern
#15 Winner of Prelim Game Eight vs. #2 1992 Baltimore Dunbar
#10 2003 Indianapolis Pike vs. #7 2001 (TX) Willowridge




Updates on selection process:

(5/25/2017) After conferring with Ronnie Flores (he's forgotten more about HS basketball than I'll ever know) I have decided to "mix-up" the regions/seeding. I had originally tried to keep the regions in as close to chronological order as possible. This left the most current region with the weakest bracket. So moving forward, if you're good enough to be in this field, you'll play anybody. Here are the top four revised seeds in each region:                                                         Magic Johnson Region - 1983 Baltimore Dunbar, 1989 Saint Anthony, 1979 Southwest Macon, 1980 Inglewood                                                                               Kobe Bryant Region - 1972 Dolton Thornridge, 1971 East Chicago Washington, 1968 Compton, 1990 Chicago King                                                       Michael Jordan Region - 1964 Power Memorial, 1965 DeMatha, 1969 Indianapolis Washington, 1982 Calvert Hall                                                                       Larry Bird Region - 2003 Akron Saint Vincent-Saint Mary, 1992 Baltimore Dunbar, 2016 Chino Hills, 1977 West Philadelphia

(4/28/2017) This is the busy time of year for me with my vocation, but I hope to have the 64-team field in both football and basketball by 6-4-2017. I will be busy until mid-July, but should get the first football results in by late-July. I will release the results in 8- or 16-game blocks until complete. As soon as the football is completed, I will dive into the basketball Greats. Hopefully that will start in late-October or early-November with the same: 8- or 16-game result releases. 
As you might imagine, it is nearly impossible to pare the field down to 64 with so many worthy teams, but that's what we are aiming to do. Any feedback is welcomed, but once the tournaments start, there will be no going back.
Here is a list of one-loss teams that are on the bubble. There is room for only ONE of these teams:
1997 Peoria (IL) Manual - 3 players who played at Illinois. Lost to Chicago Carver in OT in regular season. National Champs.
1955 (IN) Crispus Attucks - Oscar Robertson & Willie Merriweather. Lost to Connersville, 58-57. National Champs.
1992 Little Rock Rarkview - Lost to a good East Anchorage team. Six players played at D-I level, led by Derek Fisher.
1973 Houston Wheatley - National Champs. Front line was 6' 7, 6' 7 & 6' 7, led by Eddie Owens (UNLV).
1991 (IL) Proviso East - 3 future NBA players. Lost to Rock Island in regular season who finished 29-2.
2008 Chester (PA) - Four D-I players. Finished 3rd in the country. Lost to #2 (NJ) St. Benedict's, 68-55.
2006 (OH) North College Hill - OJ Mayo and Bill Walker. Only loss was to (VA) Oak Hill, 88-74 in regular season.
1988 (MO) Vashon - 3-4 D-I players.
2006 (CA) Artesia - James Harden, Derek Glasser and Malik Story. Lost 59-58 to Cincinnati Hughes, who finished 18-4.
1995 (CA) Mater Dei - Schea Cotton and Shaun Jackson. Finished #2 in the country. Lost 55-53 to (VA) Oak Hill in December.


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(4/9/2017) As of now 2017 Nathan Hale is in the field. Undefeated, playing a strong national schedule and having the player of the year, leaves us with little choice keep this team in the field. Although when the final 64 is released, I'm sure plenty of schools on the outside will be clamoring for a recount.

(4/2/2017) Here are the top four seeds in each region after the latest draft:
Magic Johnson Region...#1- 1983 Baltimore Dunbar, #2- 1992 Baltimore Dunbar, #3- 1989 (NJ) Saint Anthony, #4- 1969 Indianapolis Washington
Dr. J Region...#1- 2003 Akron SV-SM, #2- 2016 Chino Hills (CA), #3- 2006 (IN) Lawrence North, #4- 2010 Houston Yates
Michael Jordan Region...#1- 1964 (NY) Power Memorial, #2- 1965 (MD) DeMatha, #3- 1979 Southwest Macon (GA), #4- 1982 (MD) Calvert Hall
Larry Bird Region...#1- 1972 (IL) Thornridge, #2- 1971 East Chicago (IN) Washington, #3- 1990 Chicago King, #4- 1968 Compton (CA)
 
(3/28/2017) Don't be surprised if 1992 Little Rock Parkview gets in. A one-loss team with six Division I players is ready to slide into the field of 64. The prime casualty looks like 1955 (IN) Crispus Attucks. Some might question why the '76 Pittsburgh Fifth Avenue squad isn't considered for removal. Simply, they are too talented. Unlikely that they will go far as a #16 seed, but they deserve a slot.
When it comes to Chicago King squads, the 1990 & 1993 teams are presently in the field, although Jaguar' Head Coach Landon Cox was quoted that his "best" team was a one-loss squad from 1986 led by Marcus Liberty & Levertis Robinson. 1990 isn't going anywhere. The 1993 team finished undefeated with two, seven-foot players in the starting lineup (Rashard Griffith & Thomas Hamilton). While the '86 Jags were formidable, removing an undefeated squad seems unlikely.

(Notes from 3/26/2017) The two oldest teams in the field are 1955 Indianapolis Crispus Attucks (Oscar Robertson) and Philadelphia Overbrook (Wilt Chamberlain). Of course the list is not finalized yet.
Tentatively, the opening game will be 1989 Christ the King (Khalid Reeves) vs. 1980 West Memphis (Michael Cage, Keith Lee) from Madison Square Garden. 
The four #1 seeds are: 1983 Baltimore Dunbar, 1964 (NY) Power Memorial, 1972 Dolton (IL) Thornridge and 2003 Akron St Vincent-St Mary.
Last four IN: 1976 Washington DC Dunbar, 2017 Seattle Nathan Hale, 1955 Indianapolis Attucks and 1976 Pittsburgh 5th Avenue. 
First four OUT: 1969 Columbus (OH) East, 1992 Little Rock Parkview, 2006 Lakewood (CA) Artesia and 1990 Raytown (MO) South











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Best Teams List

Below is our list of the best high school basketball teams from their respective state. We will add to this list occasionally until completed (all 50 states and the District of Columbia)


 Alabama

Alaska
1. 1994 East Anchorage

Arizona
1. 1978 Tucson Pueblo

Arkansas
1. 1980 West Memphis
2. 1992 Little Rock Parkview
3. 1999 Little Rock Central
4. 2017 Jonesboro

California
1. 2016 Chino Hills
2. 1968 Compton
3. 1980 Inglewood
4. 1958 Oakland McClymonds
5. 1970 La Mesa Helix

Colorado
1. 1993 Denver George Washington
2. 1984 Montbello

Connecticut
1. 1974 New Haven Wilbur Cross

Delaware
1. 1975 Cape Henlopen
2. 2002 Sanford School
3. 1995 Saint Mark's
4. 2005 Middletown
5. 1973 Howard

District of Columbia
1. 1960 Archbishop Carroll
2. 1976 Dunbar
3. 1959 Archbishop Carroll
4. 1985 Spingarn
5. 1974 Eastern

Florida
1. 1998 Miami Senior
2. 1989 Miami Senior
3. 1974 Miami Jackson

Georgia
1. 1979 Southwest Macon
2. 2007 Norcross
3. 2012 Milton

Hawai'i

Idaho

Illinois
1. 1972 Dolton Thornridge
2. 1990 Chicago King
3. 1981 Quincy
4. 1997 Peoria Manual
5. 1993 Chicago King

Indiana
1. 1971 East Chicago Washington
2. 2006 Lawrence North
3. 1969 Indianapolis Washington
4. 2003 Indianapolis Pike
5. 1987 Marion

Iowa
1. 2010 Ames
2. 1975 Des Moines Lincoln
3. 1983 Marion Linn-Mar
4. 1976 Ames
5. 1997 Mason City

Kansas
1. 1977 Wichita Heights
2. 2010 Wichita Heights
3. 1970 Kansas City Wyandotte

Kentucky
1. 1961 Ashland Blazer
2. 1977 Louisville Ballard
3. 1969 Louisville Central
4. 1988 Louisville Ballard
5. 1979 Lexington Lafayette

Louisiana
1. 1995 Saint Augustine
2. 1970 Brother Martin

Maine

Maryland
1. 1983 Baltimore Dunbar
2. 1965 DeMatha
3. 1992 Baltimore Dunbar
4. 1982 Calvert Hall
5. 1982 Baltimore Dunbar

Massachusetts
1. 1981 Cambridge Rindge & Latin
2. 2002 Charlestown
3. 1972 Lexington
4. 1989 Durfee
5. 1991 Springfield Central

Michigan
1. 1990 Detroit Southwestern
2. 1967 Detroit Pershing
3. 1985 Flint Northwestern
4. 1965 Benton Harbor
5. 1981 Flint Central

Minnesota
1. 2009 Hopkins
2. 1995 Minneapolis North
3. 1984 White Bear Lake

Mississippi
1. 2005 Jackson Lanier

Missouri
1. 1990 Raytown South
2. 1988 Vashon
3. 2002 Vashon
4. 1969 Saint Louis Sumner
5. 2004 Vashon

Montana
1. 2003 Bozeman
2. 1993 Hellgate
3. 1964 Missoula
4. 2008 Billings West
5. 1995 Great Falls

Nebraska
1. 2012 Omaha Central
2. 1989 Millard South

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey
1. 1989 Saint Anthony
2. 1967 Weequahic
3. 1996 Saint Anthony
4. 2008 Saint Anthony
5. 1959 Camden

New Mexico
1. 1970 Hobbs

New York
1. 1964 Power Memorial
2. 1966 DeWitt Clinton
3. 1988 St Nicholas of Tolentine
4. 1999 Rice
5. 2005 Niagara Falls

North Carolina
1. 1999 West Charlotte
2. 1972 South Mecklenburg

North Dakota

Ohio
1. 2003 Akron SV-SM
2. 1956 Middletown
3. 2006 Cincinnati North College Hill
4. 1969 Columbus East
5. 1971 Columbus Walnut Ridge

Oklahoma
1. 2001 Midwest City

Oregon
1. 2000 Portland Jefferson
2. 1977 North Eugene
3. 2007 South Medford
4. 1979 McMinnville
5. 1973 Benson Tech

Pennsylvania
1. 1977 West Philadelphia
2. 1955 Philadelphia Overbrook
3. 1993 Philadelphia Simon Gratz
4. 1976 Pittsburgh Fifth Avenue
5. 1965 Midland Lincoln

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota
1. 1972 Miller
2. 1985 Mitchell
3. 1963 Sisseton
4. 1958 Hudson

Tennessee
1. 1971 Nashville Cameron
2. 2017 Memphis East
3. 1966 Nashville Pearl
4. 1968 Chattanooga Riverside
5. 2006 Memphis Hamilton

Texas
1. 2010 Houston Yates
2. 2001 Willowridge
3. 1970 Houston Wheatley
4. 1975 Houston Kashmere
5. 2002 Dallas Lincoln

Utah
1. 2013 Lone Peak
2. 1973 Provo

Vermont

Virginia
1. 1977 TC Williams

Washington
1. 2017 Nathan Hale
2. 1974 Garfield
3. 2014 Rainier Beach
4. 1976 Cleveland
5. 1985 Mercer Island

West Virginia
1. 1968 Charleston
2. 2007 Huntington
3. 1973 Charleston
4. 1985 Stonewall Jackson
5. 1974 Charleston

Wisconsin
1. 1967 Milwaukee Lincoln
2. 1966 Milwaukee Lincoln
3. 1990 Milwaukee Washington
4. 1984 Milwaukee King
5. 2016 Stevens Point

Wyoming
















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Great Teams of the Past...

1958-59 & 1959-60 Archbishop Carroll Lions
Washington D.C.'s Best Ever

1958-59 - (33-2)
1959-60 - (33-0)

Coach: Bob Dwyer
- 55-game winning streak from 1958-60
- Won the K-of-C & E.S.C.I.T titles in each season
- Record of 8-2 versus college freshman teams
- Carroll emphasized teamwork & unselfishness



1958-59 Roster
(Thanks to Tom Taylor)

John Thompson: 6' 9, Jr., 16.7-ppg...Providence University, NBA...coached Georgetown...high of 27-pts vs. Mackin (1)
Ed " Monk" Malloy: 6' 3, Sr., 13.4-ppg...Notre Dame...high of 22 vs. Gonzaga (2)
Tom Hoover: 6' 8, Sr., 14.2-ppg...Villanova, NBA...high of 26 vs. Eastern, 11-for-11 field goals
George Leftwich: 6' 0, Jr., 12.7-ppg, high of 29 vs. Phelps
Walt Skinner: 6' 2, Jr., 6.1-ppg...high of 20 vs. Calvert Hall
Doug Barnes:  5' 8, Sr., 5.0-ppg...high of 20 vs. Gonzaga (1)
Mike O'Brien: 6' 5, Jr., 2.1-ppg...high of 10 vs. St. Anthony (1)
Tom Moore: 6' 3, Sr., 2.2-ppg...high of 7 vs. Phelps
Bill Romig: 6' 3, Sr., 2.1-ppg...high of 8 vs. St. Anthony (2)
Bill Barnes: 5' 8, Jr., 1.7-ppg...high of 10 vs. St. Anthony (1)
Ken Price: 2.0-ppg...high of 6 vs. Mt. St. Joseph's
Bill McCarthy: 2.0-ppg...high of 6 vs. St. Anthony (1)


1959-60 Roster

John Thompson: 6' 10, Sr., 20.1-ppg...high of 35 vs. U of Maryland Frosh (1)
George Leftwich: 6' 0, Sr., 14.6-ppg...high of 26 vs. U of Georgetown Frosh
John Austin: 5' 11, So., 12.1-ppg...Boston College, NBA...high of 19 vs. Navy Plebes
Walt Skinner: 6' 2, Sr., 11.7-ppg...high of 20 vs. Navy Plebes
Kenny Price: 5' 11, Sr., 7.9-ppg...high of 26 vs. Bladensburg
Bill Barnes: 5' 8, Sr., 3.9-ppg...high of 11 vs. Roosevelt & St. Anthony (2)
Mike O'Brien: 6' 5, Sr., 3.6-ppg...high of 10 vs. Mackin (1)
Julian Shelton: 6' 3, Jr., 4.4-ppg...high of 15 vs. St. Anthony (1)
Walt Lindsay: 5' 11, Jr., 3.5-ppg...high of 10 vs. Mackin (1)
Larry Rohan: 5' 8, Jr., 2.3-ppg...high of 6 vs. St. Anthony (2)
Chuck Rohan: 2.9-ppg...high of 8 vs. Mackin (1)
Herb Robinson: 6' 0, Jr.






1994-95 San Antonio East Central Hornets (35-0)

-Texas 5A Champions-


Coach: Stan Bonewitz- Won 708 games (539 at East Central)...assistants: Jay Mead, Matt Oden, Steve Ochoa...managers: Robert Hosek, Dante Delgado, Demetrius Meadows...trainer: Charlie Trevino

Roster 
(Thanks to Stan Bonewitz, Sr. for the statistics)

Stanley Bonewitz, Jr.: 6' 3, Sr., 31.1-ppg, 59.5-fg%, 80.9-ft%, 38.5-3pt%, 10.3-apg, 6.9-rpg, 4.1-spg...scored 2,584 career points...attended Texas Tech
Charles "Chas" Jackson: 6' 1, Sr., 21.1-ppg, 4.2-apg, 4.9-spg, 6-rpg, 73.3-ft%, 36.3-3pt% (109-300)...three-year starter...attended Abilene Christian
Donte Mathis: 6' 2, Sr., 21.3-ppg, 57.6-fg%, 76.4-ft%, 8.0-rpg...attended Southwest Texas
Jeremy Lear: 6' 3, Sr., 8.9-ppg, 34.9-3pt%, 4.1-apg, 4.9-rpg
Stacey Dudley: 6' 3, Sr., 7.6-ppg, 61.0-fg%, 5.3-rpg
Curtis Lundy: Sr., 9.9-ppg, 51.6-fg%, 69-ft%, 4.5-rpg, 3.4-apg, 3.1-spg
Oliver House: Sr., 2.4-ppg
Keith Rice: So., 2.2-ppg
Matt Divin: Jr., 1.2-ppg
David White: Jr., 1.8-ppg
Jason Minica: Sr., 1.4-ppg
Blake Sims: 6' 0, Sr., 0.7-ppg
Chip Moxley: Sr., 0.6-ppg
Steve Shrum: Sr., 0.4-ppg
Marquieth Braziel: Sr., 0.2-ppg
Eric Luke: Sr., 0.8-ppg
Josh Barnes: Jr.
Ben Lakey: So.


Season
Offense averaged 108.8-ppg in 32-minute high school games...that translates to 136.0-ppg in college (40-minutes) and 163.2-ppg in the NBA (48-minutes)...high was 138-points versus Lanier; low was 76 against Marshall...shot 53.3% from the floor...averaged 20.1 steals-per-game and 27.9 assists...defeated San Antonio MacArthur and San Antonio Roosevelt four times each including a 92-91 decision in the Regional Final over Roosevelt as Stanley Bonewitz sank two free throws with two-seconds left...scored 100-or-more points in 25-of-35 games..

East Central vs
.
Roosevelt.........105-92

Madison........95-60

Taft........95-74

Roosevelt........104-101

Mac Arthur........114-102

Marshall........76-67

MacArthur........118-103

Holmes........119-103

South........125-98

Clark........96-70

Roosevelt........105-91

MacArthur........113-99

Taft........88-81

Jay........114-95

Central Catholic........96-67

Brackenridge........131-103

Highlands........118-86

Jefferson........125-86

Harlandale........127-80

Lanier........138-60

McCollum........117-84

Edison........93-65

Brackenridge........119-100

Highlands........110-78

Jefferson........99-66

Harlandale........88-79

Lanier........118-52

McCollum........105-88

Edison........128-86

MacArthur........119-95

Holmes........103-85

McAllen Rowe........101-84

Roosevelt........92-91

El Paso Riverside........107-94

Dallas Carter........108-86




1957-58 Archbishop Molloy Lions (32-0)
Briarwood, NY

-C.H.S.A.A Champions
(Thanks to Tom Taylor for providing the information)

Coach: Lou Carnesecca- Carnesecca profile...This was his last year as a high school coach. Jack Curran took over in 1958-59 and is still the coach as of 2007. 1958 was the first year that the school was known as Archbishop Molloy...it was previously known as St. Ann's.

Roster
Willie Hall: 6' 4, Sr., 723-points...was a four-year varsity starter...next was Kenny Anderson ('89)...matriculated to St. John's
Jim Carrino: 6' 3, Sr., 437-pts...in the Georgetown Hall-of-Fame.
Donnie Burks: 5' 9, Jr., 387-pts...attended St. John's...dunked the ball with ease...became actor on Broadway.
Joe Dente: 5' 10, Sr., 187-pts.
Tom Hunt: 6' 0, Sr., 124-pts.
Tom Kelly: 6' 0, Sr., 97-pts.
Bob Hutter: 6' 2, Jr., 69-pts...attended Fairfield University.
Tony Capo: 5' 10, Jr., 41-pts.
Henry Beckman: 6' 2, Sr., 55-pts.
George Grodzichi: 6' 3, Jr...attended Richmond.
Clarence Davis: 6' 2, Jr., 8-pts.
John Kohlwey: 6' 1, Jr., 4-pts.
Point totals come from 28-of-29 games except for Hall and Carrino whose totals come from school records. Missing games: Cardinal Hayes, St. Helena's, Carroll, and some scores from N.Y. Cathedral.


Season
-Won the Marist Invitational, Iona Tournament, and National Catholic Championships

AMHS  89    Long Island City  51
AMHS  65    Rice  22
AMHS  89    Alumni  71
AMHS  89    Stuyvesant  33
AMHS  73    Chaminade  44
AMHS  81    Loughlin  45
AMHS  86    St. Augustine  60
AMHS  79    St. Michael's  45
AMHS  67    Cardinal Hayes  43
AMHS  68    St. Helena's  48
AMHS  79    Holy Trinity  31
AMHS  88    St. John's Prep  51
AMHS  89    Loughlin  46
AMHS  79    New Utrecht  53
AMHS  69    St. Francis  55
AMHS  82    Chaminade  64
AMHS  49    St. Augustine  30
AMHS  69    St, Michael's  43
AMHS  69    Holy Trinity  49
AMHS  66    St. Francis Prep  56
AMHS  59    St. John's Prep  47
AMHS  54    St. Helena's  47
AMHS  72    La Salle  59
AMHS  74    Manhattan Prep 65
AMHS  70    All Hallows  57
AMHS  85    NY Cathedrall  41
AMHS  52    Chaminade  31
AMHS  80    Power  62
AMHS  54    Manhattan Prep  48

E.C.I.T  Tournament
AMHS  42    Gonzaga  40
AMHS  70    Neumann  55
AMHS  61    Carroll  47











BB Team Index
Above are the teams that we have enough information to perform simulations





 



Single Games



1955
Indianapolis Attucks vs. Philadelphia Overbrook



1956
Attucks v Middletown








1958
Philadelphia (PA) Overbrook
vs.
Oakland (CA) McClymonds




1961
Ashland (KY)
vs.
Collinsville (IL)




1964
Power Memorial (NY) v Dayton (OH) Belmont



1965
DeMatha (MD) vs. Midland (PA)




1966
NY, NY Doubleheader
DeWitt Clinton vs. Rice




1990
Chi. King vs. Det. Southwestern





1993
Philadelphia (PA) Simon Gratz
vs.
Chicago (IL) King





2003
Akron (OH) SV-SM
vs.
Indianapolis (IN) Pike







2009
Flint(MI) Powers vs. Detroit Pershing



2010
Jefferson(OR) vs. Jesuit(OR)







Mixed 
Years




CHSL Basketball Greats

2000 OLSM vs. 2016 U of D Jesuit






Legends Game

1987 (KY) Clay Co. vs. 1990 Bedford (IN) North Lawrence BB






Heat Hoops Classic


2002 Dallas Lincoln vs. 2003 ASVSM
Bosh vs. LeBron






The two highest scoring teams in high school
basketball history


1970 Hobbs (NM) vs. 2010 Yates





"Miracle Invitational"

1952 Hebron (IL) vs. 1954 Milan (IN)






2009 Father's Day Showcase
1972 Bartram vs. 1996 Lower Merion
Thank you to Tom Taylor





2008 Father's Day Showcase
1976 5th Avenue (PA) vs. 1998 St. Edward (OH)


1992 MV vs. 1997 O'Dea



1991 DCD vs. 2004 Det. Renaissance



2007 Saginaw(MI) v. So. Med(OR) BB





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1967 Milwaukee Lincoln

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