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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 3:58 pm    Post subject: 2013 6'3" PG Monty Boykins (Lafayette Commit) Reply with quote

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=>Scout (07/19/10): PROFILE: Lakota West's Monty Boykins
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=>Updates on Ragland, Aaron Thomas, Boykins, Devin Williams, Kaufman, KeChaun Lewis, Scott, Honingford, Krizancic, Crider, Sampson, Aaron White, Anderson, Burke, Clarke,

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Where things stand after the spring and summer hoops circuit


By Kurt Stubbs II, Basketball Analyst
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Posted Aug 13, 2010

Spring and summer have come and gone faster than Usain Bolt or should we say Tyson Gay, and with that the AAU season has come to a close. Today, we take a look at where some of the Buckeye state’s top talents are getting offers and interest. Furthermore, we will update you on all of the commitments.

August, at times, seems like the busiest month to be involved with basketball recruiting thanks to the domino effect. On July 31st, Kenny Kaminski committed to Michigan State followed by four more Ohio Prospects committing in a four-day span.

Today, we take a look at where some of the Buckeye state’s top talents are getting offers and interest. Furthermore, we will update you on all of the commitments.

2011 Recruiting News:

Trey Burke (6'0/2011) of Columbus Northland has listed Cincinnati, Michigan, Iowa, and Penn State has his favorites. 

Michigan, Miami (FL), and Virginia are starting to make a move as well. 

Burke's father, who is All-Ohio Red's head coach, says he is big on Cincinnati, Penn State, and Michigan.

Burke added offers from Miami (FL), Providence, Iowa, Nebraska, UTEP, Oklahoma State, Temple, and St. Joseph's in the last couple days.

Burke's father said no date has been set on when they will make a decision.

Nate Anderson (6'9/2011) of Teays Valley added offers from Toledo, Navy, Air Force, St. Francis (PA), Wright State and Florida International to go along with James Madison, UNC-Wilmington, and Gardner-Webb. He is also receiving high interest from Boston (of Massachusetts) College and Texas Christian. 

George Fant (6'7/2011) of Warren Central (KY) added offers from Arkansas, Boston (of Massachusetts) College, Penn State, Clemson, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, UTEP, Bowling Green, and Florida International. He is also receiving new interest from Cincinnati and Mississippi.

Jehvon Clarke (6'1/2011) of Canton Timken says he has offers from Toledo, St.Bonaventure, James Madison, Creighton, Wright State, Akron, and Kent State.

 At this point, he doesn't have a favorite.

Clarke believes his Timken Trojans should be right back in the mix this season.

"Yeah, we should be pretty," Clarke admitted.

He will join fellow seniors and returnees Rakim Reed, Chase Polk, and Demond Rorie. 

Clarke averaged 15.7 points per game as a junior earning him 3rd Team All-Northeast Inland District honors. He also helped his Ohio Basketball Club U17 team to the King James Shooting Stars Classic title in April and several other high finishes.

Aaron White (6'8/2011) of Strongsville has offers from Iowa, Boston (of Massachusetts) College, George Mason, Temple, Siena, Akron, Ohio University, Duquesne, Miami (OH), Bowling Green, Toledo, Northeastern, Mount St.Mary's, Wright State, George Washington, St.Bonaventure, and James Madison.

Aaron Thomas (6'4/2011) of Cincinnati Aiken has plenty of interest. Thomas is arguably one of the two best prospects in Ohio alongside Jakarr Sampson.

Thomas is getting interest from Clemson, Purdue, Duquesne, Iowa, Cincinnati, Ohio State, Louisville, Nebraska, UTEP, Florida State, Georgia, and Arkansas. 

At this point, Thomas is wide open listing nary a favorite.

Jakarr Sampson (6’8/2011) of Akron SVSM listed his favorites as St. John’s, Baylor, Kansas, Louisville, and Michigan State. Sampson is currently the top prospect in Ohio.

Markus Crider (6’6/2011) of Huber Heights Wayne has an offer from Toledo and still getting interest from Depaul. (Grades are an issue).

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Jalen Ragland (6'5/2011) of Chillicothe has listed offers from UTEP, Wright State, Tulane, Marshall, Ohio University, Kent State, Eastern Kentucky, Chattanooga, Bowling Green, Miami (OH), IUPUI, Morehead State, and Mercer.

Ragland enjoyed a very good summer with the Queen City Prophets, which included defeating All-Ohio Red in the AAU State Championship game.

Cole Krizancic (5'11/2011) of Mentor has an offer from Navy along with one from Walsh University. He is also getting interest from Toledo, Bucknell, Dartmouth, Cornell, Miami (OH), and the US Military Academy.

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Paul Honingford (6'7/2011) of Garaway (OH) has offers from Ohio University and Toledo. 



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2011 Commitment List:

Trey Lewis- Garfield Heights (Penn State)
Travis Trice Jr.- Huber Heights Wayne (Michigan State)
Stevie Taylor- Gahanna Lincoln (Ohio University)
Brian Sullivan- Upper Arlington (Miami, OH)
Traevon Jackson- Westerville South (Wisconsin)
Blake Justice- Peebles (Akron)

2012 Recruiting News:

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Devon Scott (6'8/2012) of Columbus Northland currently has offers from Akron, Marshall, James Madison, Cleveland State, and Miami (OH).

He said Iowa, Cincinnati, Kent State, Georgia Southern, Detroit, and St.Francis (PA) are showing interest. 

Scott had a very good summer playing for the West Virginia Wildcats Select 2012. He is really starting to impact game on the offensive end of the floor.

Ke'Chaun Lewis (6'4/2012) of Columbus Northland has offers from Marshall Akron, and James Madison.

Dylan Kaufman (6'4/2012) of Berlin Hiland has offers from Akron, Miami (OH), Toledo, Ohio University, and Albany. 

Butler has also shown a lot of interest.

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2012 Commitment List:

Kenny Kaminski- Medina (Michigan State)
Jalen Robinson- Columbus Northland (West Virginia)
Kyle Molock- Dublin Coffman (Purdue)

2013 Recruiting News:

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Devin Williams (6’7/2013) of Cincinnati Withrow is getting strong interest from Cincinnati, Xavier, Dayton, and Miami (OH).

Monty Boykins (6’4/2013) of Lakota West has interest from Miami (OH), Dayton, Penn State, and Xavier.

Boykins has grown seven inches since last summer.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2010 9:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

=>A major want in that class...

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Monty Boykins (6'3/2013) of West Chester Lakota West HS (OH) received an offer from Miami (OH).

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

=>QCH All-Preseason Team with known Miami targets (or uncommitted former targets) bolded:

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December 2, 2010

QueenCityHigh.com

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With the 2010-11 boys basketball season set to tip off we announce our 2010-11 Preseason All-QueenCityHigh.com Team, recognizing the best the Tri-state area has to offer:

FIRST TEAM
Alex Barlow, Moeller, G: The junior was the GCL South Defensive Player of the Year. He had three or more steals 15 times. His play garnered Division

Alex Barlow is a great all-around player for the Crusaders.
I Honorable Mention All-Southwest District recognition. He averaged 7.5 points, 5.4 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3.0 steals in 2009-10.

Jared Bryant, Roger Bacon, 6-8, Sr., F/C: When it comes to being efficient around the basket Bryant has it figured out. He shot 66.5 percent from the floor and compiled impressive numbers all the way around (12.8 PPG, 7.8 RPG, 2.1 BPG, 1.6 SPG) and had seven double-doubles. That earned the Spartan First Team All-GCL Central and Division II Honorable Mention All-Southwest District honors as a junior.

Charlie Byers, Moeller, G: Byers led the state runner-ups in scoring as a junior as he put up 12.2 points per game while scoring in double figures 19 times. His efforts earned him Division I Third Team All-Southwest District and First-Team All-GCL South honors. He has 507 career points.

Ryan Fleming, La Salle, SG/SF: The junior guard was Division I Third Team All-Southwest District and First Team All-GCL South. He averaged 10.4 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.9 assists. Fleming goes into his senior year with 454 career points and 247 rebounds. The Lancer has signed with Division II Northern Kentucky University.

Jake Giesler, Newport Central Catholic, 6-7, Sr., C: Giesler averaged 12.5 points, 7.5 rebounds while shooting 60 percent from the field as a junior. He is regarded as the top player in Kentucky's Ninth Region and is being looked at by several MAC schools.

Brandon Neel, La Salle, 6-4, Sr., F: Neel racked up all kinds of honors as a junior. He was the GCL South Player of the Year, Division I First Team All-Southwest District and Division I Third Team All-Ohio member after averaging 14.9 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.6 assists for the Lancers. He goes into his senior year with 676 points just 324 away from becoming the sixth player in LaSalle history to eclipse 1,000.

Kellen Smith, Scott, 6-1, Sr., G: Smith, a four-year starter, is one of the more versatile guards in Northern Kentucky. He averaged 13 points and seven assists per game. The senior signed with Division II Saginaw Valley State before the season started.

Aaron Thomas, Withrow, 6-5, Sr., F: The transfer was the CMAC Player of the Year as a junior for Aiken after averaging 21.4 PPG and 7.3 RPG. The scoring machine had four games of 30 or more points, 12 of more than 20 and he never scored less than 13 in a contest. That earned him Division I Second Team All-Southwest District and Division I Honorable Mention All-Ohio honors. Thomas, a Rivals' four-Star recruit, signed with Florida State.

Adolphus Washington, Taft, 6-4, 230, F: The sophomore was honored as a Division III First Team member, as the the Southwest District Player of the Year and a First Team All-CMAC member after leading the Senators to a 21-3 record and an appearance in the Regionals. Washington is a proven winner having been an integral part of a Roger Bacon team that went 20-4 as a freshman before transferring to Taft. He has over 700 points and 400 rebounds in his career.

Devin Williams, Withrow, 6-7, So., F/C: Williams had no problems adjusting to varsity basketball as a freshman in 2009-10 averaging a double-double as a freshman with 11.5 PPG and 10.5 RPG. The Tiger forward had 12 or more rebounds 10 times. He has already received an offer from Xavier.


SECOND TEAM
Jalen Billups, Shroder, 6-6, Sr., PF: He was thrown to the wolves as a freshman having to go against big men like Yancey Gates and Chane Behannan in league play, but Billups has proven to be more than a worthy adversary in CMAC play. He has shot over 60 percent from the floor and averaged 15 points while earning Second Team All-CMAC honors the past two seasons.

Monty Boykins, Lakota West, 6-1, So., G: Boyksin started six of the Firebirds last seven games as a freshman in 2009-10 and averaged 4.7 PPG. He received his first scholarship offer this fall from offer from Miami (OH).

Paul Byrd, Roger Bacon, 6-1, Sr., PG: The wispy Byrd is one of the smoothest floor generals in Cincinnati. He averaged 10.4 PPG, 3.4 APG and 3 RPG on his way to first team All-GCL Central honors.

Melvin Hunter, Northwest, 6-3, Sr., F: Hunter is perhaps the most underrated and unheralded athlete in Cincinnati. The FAVC Scarlet Athlete of the Year and Division I Honorable Mention All-Southwest District member did it on both ends of the floor last season. He finished the season strong with seven double-doubles in his last nine games and averaged 15.2 PPG and 9.2 RPG as a junior.

Jake Thelen, Covington Catholic, C: Thelen makes his living in the paint and is very adept at finishing around the basket. He averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds per game as a junior for Colonels.


THIRD TEAM
Semaj Christon, Winton Woods, 6-2, Sr., PG: Christon was a First Team All-FAVC performer after averaging 5.3 PPG, 3.1 RPG and 6.4 APG as a junior. The Warrior is a pure passer and has 156 assists in 30 varsity games.

Phillip Cook, Lakota West, 6-3, Sr., F: The versatile forward earned Second Team All-GMC and Division I Honorable Mention All-Southwest District honors after shooting 55 percent from the field, averaging 13.1 PPG, 8.3 RPG, 1.7 APG, 1.5 SPG and 1.5 BPG as a junior.

Tyler Hodge, Conner, 6-8, Sr., C: Hodge continues to get better with age and game experience. He is one of the top shot blockers in the area. The Cougars will look to him even more as a scoring threat in 2010-11.

Tony Davis, Wyoming, 6-5, Sr., F/C: No one had more of an impact inside the paint in CHL play than Davis did in 2009-10. The power forward averaged 15.4 PPG, 12.3 RPG and shot 54.5% from the field as a junior. He had 16 double-doubles, 19 games with at least 10 boards and 10 games with at least 18 points on his way to First Team All-CHL and Division II Honorable Mention All-Southwest District honors.

Alex McGlothin, Walnut Hills, Sr., G/F: The versatile swingman has earned three letters by doing yeoman's work for the Eagles. A Division I Honorable Mention All-Southwest District member as a junior, McGlothin has over 500 points, 200 rebounds, 100 and is nearing 100 steals for his career.


FOURTH TEAM
Brent Langhorne, Fenwick, 5-7, Sr., PG: Was a First Team All-GCL North, Division II Second Team All-Southwest District an Honorable Mention All-Ohio performer as a junior after averaging 11.9 PPG and 5.2 APG. Langhorne has 448 points and 224 assists in his career.

Joe Thunney, Alter, 6-5, Sr., C: Thunney is a "glass cleaner" for the Knights. He dominated the boards as a junior averaging 11.6 RPG and pulling down 10 or more rebounds 26 times. On offense he averaged seven points per game, shot 53 percent from the floor and had five double-double's which helped him to First Team All-GCL North and Division II Honorable Mention All-Southwest District honors.

Matt Woeste, LaSalle, 6-1, Sr., G: One of the most consistent all-around players in the Tri-State. Woeste rarely makes mistakes and finds himself successfully in the middle of action more often than not. He was a Division I Honorable Mention All-Southwest District member in 2009-10.

Darin Harris, Mason, 6-6, Jr., F: The silky smooth forward scored in double figures in 12 of the Comets' last 15 games to end out his sophomore campaign. His showing made him the youngest member on the First Team All-GMC team.

Bobby Stauffer, Ryle, 6-7, Sr. C: The Raiders' center earned much respect by battling the best in Northern Kentucky and usually outdueling them late last season. Stauffer will play a major role for the Ryle offensive attack down in the paint.


ALSO CONSIDERED: John Albertson, Little Miami; Zach Baker, Milford; Andrew Benintendi, Madeira; Michael Boyd, Lakota East; Trevan Brown, Boone County; Tyler Bullock, Bethel-Tate; Brian Carden, Mason; Dody Chambers, Simon Kenton; Donnie Cheatum, Lloyd; Terry Cook, Hughes; Dylan Dawson, Western-Brown; Derrick Floyd, Mount Healthy; Corey Goedde, Glen Este; Jalen Goodwin, Lakota East; Brandon Hatton, Dixie Heights; Lionel Hill, Western Hills; Travis Jackson, Blanchester; Josh Johnson, Middletown; Kevin Johnson, Summit Country Day; Cameron Jones, Hamilton; Trez Jones, Caroll; Tommy Kreyenhagen, Summit Country Day; Josh Lemons, LaSalle; Jalean Lowe, North College Hill; Evan Ludwig, Fenwick; JC Luncan, Blanchester; Eric Martin, Turpin; Geovonnie McKnight, Middletown; Colton Mehlman, Badin Bill Moloney, Talawanda; Marcus Monteiro, Colerain; Travis Montgomery, Boone County; Ameche Okafur, Finneytown; Robert Overbeck, Milford; Kadeem palmer, Woodward; Gene Primus, Aiken; Greg Sevilla, North College Hill; Shane Seckman, Glen Este; Taylor Sizer, Mariemont; Jack Stewart, Highlands: Matt Trammell, Dixie Heights; Al Upshaw, Clark Montessori; Nick Wake, Goshen; AJ Williams, Sycamore; DJ Wingfield, Cincinnati Country Day; Nate Witkemper, East Clinton; Elliot Young, Williamsburg; Max Zukowitz, Alter.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 9:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

=>Coach Lallathin was in attendance for Zack McCormick vs. Boykins on Friday.

Reports on the play of McCormick, Boykins, and Rhodes:

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12/3/10: Random Readings

Freshman Zach McCormick scored 19 points on 7-of-17 shooting and grabbed six rebounds in his debut for Wilmington. However, the Hurricane came up short against Lakota West, 55-40. Sophomore guard Monty Boykins led West with 16 points on 7-of-14 shooting.

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Sophomore guard Jack Gibbs erupted for 34 points in his first career start for Westerville North. North scored an 81-36 victory over Johnstown Monroe. Junior Matt Rhodes added 16 and junior Tavian Thomas netted 14.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 9:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

=>Big night for Josh Lemons & Brandon Neel v. Boykins last night:

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No. 1 Lancers make quick work of Firebirds

By Mark Schmetzer • Enquirer contributor • December 14, 2010


Local coaches tabbed La Salle as the area's No. 1 Division I team in the annual pre-season poll.

Three games into the season, the Lancers have done nothing to make them regret their choice. They won their first two games by 25 and 26 points, but those were nail-biters compared to what La Salle did to Lakota West.

Junior guard Josh Lemons scored 22 points, 18 on six 3-pointers that made Lakota West coach Sean Van Winkle regret trying a zone defense, as the Lancers took a 28-point halftime lead and expanded it to 37 before settling for a 71-46 win over the unranked Firebirds in a non-league game at La Salle (3-0).

Senior forward Brandon Neel added 20 points and the Lancers' man-to-man defense forced 21 turnovers that produced 23 points.

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Lemons went 8-for-12 from the field, including 6-of-8 on 3-pointers, as the Lancers shot .519 (28-for-54), a departure from their first two games, according to coach Dan Fleming.

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Neel scored 11 points in the first quarter, finishing with a fast break dunk that left La Salle leading, 19-9, and had the La Salle cheering block chanting "You can't stop him."

They changed their tune to "You can't stop us" as the Lancers broke it open with a 23-5 second quarter during which Lemons sank three 3-pointers.

He opened the second half with another 3-pointer as La Salle continued to romp, leading by as many as 37 points in the third quarter.

By the time the Lancers were leading 60-27 after Lemons' sixth 3-pointer early in the fourth quarter, the fans were chanting "We want X." La Salle opens its Greater Catholic League South Division season Friday against No. 7 St. Xavier at La Salle.

They had already chanted "See you Friday" after spotting Bomber coaches in the stands scouting La Salle.

Lakota West (2-2) - Cook 8 2 18, Barnes 1 0 3, Girardot 1 0 2, Dixon 1 0 2, Boykins 1 4 7, Williams 2 0 5, Blue 1 2 4, Fox 1 0 2, Maxwell 1 0 3. Totals: 17 7 46.

La Salle (3-0) - Lemons 8 0 22, Casey 3 2 9, Neel 9 2 20, Fleming 3 0 6, Schmidt 1 0 3, Vogelpohl 1 0 2, Mercer 0 1 1, Woeste 2 1 5, Irby 1 0 3. Totals: 28 6 71.

Lakota West 9 5 9 23 - 46
La Salle 19 23 13 16 - 71

3-pointers: LW 5 (Cook, Barnes, Boykins, Williams, Maxwell), L 9 (Lemons 6, Casey, Schmidt, Irby).


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

=>Monty Boykins wins on the road over Geo McNight and Vincent Edwards.

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Lakota West 62, Middletown 59

Lakota West - J. Williams 0 6 6, Blue 1 2 4, Fox 1 0 2, Barnes 4 1 10, Connell 2 2 6, Girardot 2 3 8, T. Williams 1 0 3, Boykins 7 5 23. Totals: 17 19 62.

Middletown (7-2) - Johnson 0 3 3, McKnight 3 5 12, V. Edwards 2 2 6, Brown 3 6 13, Wright 6 1 13, Marshall 3 2 10, C. Edwards 1 0 2. Totals: 18 19 59.

Lakota West   9   20   17   16   62
Middletown   13   13   10   23   59


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 9:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

=>More updates on Boykins, Josh Lemons, Neel, Berry, McKnight, Vince Edwards, Galemmo, Devin Williams, Willie Moore,

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Jan 2, 2011
Tuesday Preview:
Semaj Christon can really turn some heads
if he can help lead WW to a victory Tuesday.
Several intriguing games including one must-see event highlight Tuesday's schedule:

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LaSalle @ Winton Woods: One of the most exciting non-conference games of the season, this will be a playoff like battle. With Brandon Neel, Josh Lemmons, Semaj Chrison, and more there is no shortage of star power either. Winton Woods seemed destined to meet up with LaSalle in the playoffs last year but fell short (blowing a big lead against St. Xavier), then lost a lot of talent to graduation. So far this year they have proven the doubters wrong however; Seniors Semaj Christon, Dion Dearmond, and Dennis Thomas have all been awesome this year for Winton Woods. For LaSalle it's mostly the same team as last year: tons of talent, experience, and a group that plays really well together. This one should be exciting and a high scoring, up-tempo affair.
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Prediction: Winton Woods is good enough to compete but not good enough to win. LaSalle looks like the top team in the city (along with Moeller), they should win this one.


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Dec 31, 2010
Thursday Results
:

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Dwyer (FL) 53 LaSalle 50: Lancers take their first loss of the season in the championship game at the Kingdom of the Sun Tournament. Dwyer, a top 25 team nationally, is ranked #1 in the state of Florida and has several D1 commitments on their team. Brandon Neel, the star senior guard for LaSalle, again led them in scoring but it wasn't quite enough. Neel did make the all-tournament team.

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Taft 55 St. John's College (DC) 44: Senators take the championship at The Piggly Wiggly Roundball Classic in Charleston. Taft, who is still undefeated, beats a St. Johns team that is known for producing D1 talent year in year out. Junior power forward Dwayne Stanford was named the tournament's most valuable player and junior center Adolphus Washington won the most outstanding player award. Jalean Lowe, a junior sharpshooting small forward, also made the all tournament team for Taft.

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Adolphus Washington- '10 Piggly Wiggly
Roundball Classic Tournament MVP

Jeffersontown (KY) 86 Middletown 63: In the championship game at Gaslight Holiday Classic the Middies just didn't have enough firepower to compete with nationally top 25 ranked J'town. Jeffersontown is led by Louisville signee Zac Price a 6-10 center (who transferred out of Cleveland this year). Sounds like there might have been a little bit of home-cooking from the officials tonight but never the less Middletown takes the loss. Geovonie McKnight again led the Middies in scoring, the junior guard is really starting to stuff the stat sheet.

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Lakota West 70 Hughes 54: It was all West in the consolation game of the Hughes Holiday Classic. Sophomore shooting guard Monty Boykins had another nice night for West, Monty is starting to gain confidence as the leading scorer of that team; other GMC coaches better take notice.

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G. McKnight had 3 good games for
the Middies at their tourney.

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Wednesday Results:

Another great day for Cincy teams out of town, we're really showing the country what we can do! Good luck to teams playing in championships tomorrow. A few pics from the Hughes Holiday Classic

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Middletown 73 North Oldham (KY) 48: Game two of the Gaslight Holiday Tournament in Kentucky went a little more smoothly for The Middies as they cruised. Geovonie McKnight, freshman forward Vince Edwards, and Mikey Brown all scored at least 15 points. Edwards is another freshman in the area to keep an eye on right now.

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LaSalle 46 vs University School (FL) 44: LaSalle advanced to the championship at the Kingdom of the Sun Tournament in Florida, winning their first close game of the year. Josh Lemmons led LaSalle with 20 points and Brandon Neel added a dozen.

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Columbus Desales 62 Lakota West 46: Cincinnati struggled in the opener of The Hughes Holiday Classic. It was one of those nights for Lakota West as they struggled against DeSales pressure and depth. The lone bright spot was the play of Monty Boykins. Monty, a sophomore guard, connected on a few jumpers and was better attacking the rim then he been in the past, he finished with 15 points.

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Dec 28, 2010
Tuesday's Results:


Lots of great action tonight, another great night to be a Cincinnati fan as we took it to the rest of the nation in the out of town tourneys. Here are the top results: Pictures from Roger Bacon @ North College Hill

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Moeller 64 Sunnyslope (AZ) 40: Moeller improved to 2-0 at the VisitMesa.com Challenge in Arizona. After a non-Moeller like defensive first half in which the game was tied 33-33 Moeller came out and dominated the second half with full court pressure, winning the half 31-7 for a 24 point victory. Moeller wore down Sunnyslope with their depth, playing 11 guys significant minutes. Alex Barlow led Moeller with 10 points, he also had 5 rebounds and 5 assists. Charlie Byers and Ben Galemmo each scored 9 points for Moeller. Junior post Tony Sabato got involved inside for the Crusaders, Tony scored 9 points and grabbed 7 boards. Moeller also got contributions from reserves Hayden Fry, Josh Davenport, and Keith Watkins who all scored two buckets and provided defensive pressure.

LaSalle 70 Leesburg (FL) 51: LaSalle remained undefeated and won their second game at The Kingdom of the Sun Tournament in Florida. Trey Casey helped lead LaSalle into the semi's with 19 points. Brandon Neel and Ryan Fleming each scored 14 for LaSalle.

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Middletown 57 Bryan Station (KY) 54: Middletown got the overtime win in their opener at The Gaslight Holiday Classic in Kentucky. Geovonie McKnight hit a three at the buzzer to send it to overtime and Middletown never looked back. McKnight had a big night for the Middies finishing with 24 points.

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Dec 27, 2010
Monday's Out of Town Results:

Ben Galemmo might be Cincy's
best long range shooter
Tonight's out of town games: Cincinnati went 3-0 for the day!

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Moeller 62 Dobson (AZ) 41: Comfortable win for Moeller in their first game at The VistaMesa.com Challenge in Arizona. Was able to catch this game online and to describe it in two words the game was: typical Moeller. They jumped out to a ten point lead, held it through three quarters, and took advantage of a worn down opponent to bust the game wide open. Ben Galemmo played the best game that I've seen him play at Moeller, he scored 17 points (hitting 5 threes) and made several nice passes for layups. Ben also did a great deal of ball-handling in transition. Charlie Byers was next in scoring for Moeller with 11 points, Chuck was able to get the better of Dobson star Malcom McKinley holding him to just 9 points (about 10 below his average). Junior wing Alex Voss was also effective for Moeller, Voss is another weapon for the Crusaders who can shoot or take his man off the dribble, and is also a passing and defensive threat. Moeller plays again tomorrow at 12:30 ET, the game can be seen online at: http://www.livestream.com/moellerbasketball1

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Josh Lemmons had another
double digit scoring game for LaSalle

LaSalle 61 Tampa Prep 28: The Lancers dominated their first game in The Kingdom of the Sun Tournament in Ocala, Florida. Brandon Neel led the way with 14 points and Josh Lemmons was next with 12. LaSalle also got 8 points from both Matt Woeste and Ryan Fleming. This was a convincing win for LaSalle over one of Florida's top programs (Tampa Prep made the 2A state semi-final and only lost three games last year). LaSalle will play again tomorrow.

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Withrow 80 East Grand Rapids 70: Aaron Thomas and Devin Williams had their second consecutive big nights with 23 points a piece as Withrow moved to 2-0 at Detroit's Motorcity Roundball Classic. Junior forward Kendall Beamon also added 10 points for Withrow. Withrow plays their final game of the classic tomorrow afternoon at 4 PM against Detroit Renaissance.


Preview of Tuesday's Games

A couple of late Christmas gifts to Cincinnati hoops fans with two great games tomorrow, as well as some coverage of out of town tourneys. Also, a few more top Cincinnati teams will be in action locally:

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Lakota East @ Huber Heights Wayne: Two of SW Ohio's finest meet up in the Dayton suburbs for this playoff like match-up. Wayne features two high major players in Michigan State signee Travis Trice, the 6-0 SR PG is the son of the coach and a great shooter; and Marcus Crider a 6-6 SR SF who has signed with Providence. Crider is a great athlete that can put points up on the board. While East might not have two players as talented as Trice and Crider they do have a team loaded with senior talent. Expect Mike Boyd, Jalen Goodwin, Cameron Lee, RJ Leppert, and the rest of the team to come out ready to play. The key to this game for Lakota East might be the production of Mark Minch. Minch, who likely will guard Crider, will be counted on to put pressure on Wayne's defense and to match Wayne's superior athleticism.

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Dec 26, 2010
Withrow @ Motorcity Roundball Classic
Give Devin Williams 10 shots and he'll
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Withrow 82 Detroit Pershing 73
A great start to Detroit's finest event for Withrow as they defeated Detroit Pershing by nine. Seems like this one was a game of star performances. Aaron Thomas, Cincinnati's top player, led the way with 30 points and 10 rebounds. Aaron shot 10-16 from the field, an efficiency that is tough to achieve in HS, and hit 7-10 from the line. Devin Williams was next for Withrow; the 6-7 sophomore PF scored 19 points and grabbed 13 big rebounds. Devin shot 8-10 from the field and 3-5 from the line. Also for Withrow, Carl Porter scored 12 points and had 8 rebounds, and Kevin Jones added 9 points. Withrow's big four really came through this game when they were needed most.

For Detroit Pershing, sophomore SG Martez Walker (a top 100 nationally ranked player) scored 29 points and his older brother, point guard Sherron Walker (ranked as one of Michigan's top 5 juniors) added 24.

Withrow plays tomorrow at 9pm vs East Grand Rapids HS- Check in tomorrow night for a report from this game, as well as updates from Moeller and LaSalle's out of town tournament games.

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Dec 22, 2010
Wednesday Night Results:

Thurgood Marshall 72 Hughes 39: The Big Red took another loss in a tough season, Terry Cook led them with a 13 points in the loss.

Lawrence Central (IN) 62 Aiken 55: Willy Moore scored 26 points (for the second game in a row) and grabbed 10 rebounds but it wasn't enough as Aiken lost their third game in four tries. Austin Grimes had a double-double with 12 points 10 boards, freshman PG Tyonte Robertson had his best statistical game with 15 points and 7 assists, and Landen Gaulden scored 10 for Aiken.

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Dec 21, 2010
Tonight's Scores
Greg Sevilla had a great game for NCH
tonight scoring 26 in the buzzer beater win.

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* LaSalle 58 McNicholas 41: Brandon Neel, Ryan Fleming, Trey Casey, and Josh Lemmons all scored in double figures of LaSalle.

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* Moeller 41 Chaminade 30: Ben Galemmo led Moeller with 10 points in a balanced but low scoring game.

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* Lakota West 49 Colerain 36: Monty Boykins gave West 18 points and Phil Cooke added 15.
* Middletown 63 Oak Hills 46: Geovonie McKnight and Jalin Marshall each scored 14 for Middletown.
* Mason 58 Hamilton 38: JD Sprague led Mason with 18, Corey Wise scored 12 in a loss.
* Taft 85 Ironton 65: Adolphus Washington, Chris Lowe, Kadeem Palmer, Orlando Berry, and Marquez Johnson all scored in double digits for Taft.


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Sophomore Monty Boykins had 26 points for Lakota West in a lost to Hamilton. Soph. Corey Wise had 14 for Hamilton.


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Last week I watched Boykins take on undefeated Lakota East with Mark Minch. East beat West by 40. Boykins had 9 which was the team leader for West.

Minch had 10 pts, 6 rebounds.

Cameron Lee (former MU target) had 17 pts in only 10.5 mins. Game leader.
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=>Boykins named top performer at Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase:

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By most accounts, the 2011 Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase was the best ever! Approximately 220 of Ohio’s best middle and high school ballers rolled in Central Crossing High School in Grove City, Ohio to participate in the one-day showcase. Not only did the Buckeye State’s top hoops stars attend the event, kids from as far away as Wisconsin, New York, Michigan and Indiana participated in the action. The competition level in each of the three divisions was fierce, and there were scouting services and the highlight video guys in the house documenting and filming the action. ESPN’s John Stovall was in the gym, as was City League Hoops’ Ty Kish and Cap City Preps.

Top Sophomore
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Although there were a number of great players in attendance at the showcase, Lakota West’s Monty Boykins clearly established himself as the top 2013 prospect in the gym. Boykins has a super smooth game, is very skilled and can really shoot the rock. From what I hear, Boykins has already been offered a scholarship by Miami.


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=>All-District Teams:

2010-2011 AP All-Southwest District
DIVISION I

FIRST TEAM: Michael Boyd, Lakota East, 5-foot-11, senior, 12.1 points per game; Charlie Byers, Cin. Moeller, 6-0, sr., 13.1; Josh Lemons, Cin. La Salle, 5-9, jr., 13.6; Geovonie McKnight, Middletown, 6-3, jr., 16.6; Travis Trice II, Wayne, 6-0, sr., 24.3.
Player of the year: Travis Trice II, Wayne.

Coach of the year: Wally Vickers, Lakota East.

SECOND TEAM: Alex Barlow, Cin. Moeller, 6-1, sr., 9.2; Semaj Christon, Cin. Winton Woods, 6-2, sr., 20.3; Markus Crider, Wayne, 6-6, sr., 13.4; Brandon Neel, Cin. La Salle, 6-3, sr., 13.6; Aaron Thomas, Cin. Withrow, 6-5, sr., 21.2.

THIRD TEAM: Brian Carden, Mason, 6-2, sr., 11.8; Lance Carter, Troy, 6-3, sr., 17.5; R.J. Leppert, Lakota East, 6-2, sr., 7.8; Kendrick Williams, Fairborn, 6-0, jr., 18.6; Zach Yinger, Sidney, 6-4, sr., 17.3.

Special Mention

Zach Baker, Milford; Andrew Bolka, Xenia; Mike Bouley, Cin. Glen Este; Monty Boykins, Lakota West; Nathan Chambers, Miamisburg; Phil Cook, Lakota West; Dylan Dawson, Western Brown; Taylor Decker, Vandalia Butler; Sean Duggan, Cin. St. Xavier; Ryan Fleming, Cin. La Salle; Derrick Floyd, Cin. Mt. Healthy; Akeem Freeman, Springfield; Corey Goedde, Cin. Glen Este; Jalen Goodwin, Lakota East; Austin Grimes, Cin. Aiken; Darin Harris, Mason; Nick Hoffman, Loveland; Justen Hollins, Wayne; Melvin Hunter, Cin. Northwest; Isaiah Johnson, Cin. Walnut Hills; Marcus Jones, Fairfield; Cameron Lee, Lakota East; Cody May, Troy; Patrick McCallum, Cin. Anderson; Jay McCants, Cin. Princeton; Mike McKee, Tecumseh; Willie Moore, Cin. Aiken; Maverick Morgan, Springboro; Connor Myslowski, West Carrollton; Daniel Ocke, Sidney; Carl Porter, Cin. Withrow; Beau Smith, Lebanon; J.D. Sprague, Mason; Mitch Stevens, Cin. Turpin; Dennis Thomas, Cin. Winton Woods; Ulysses Thomas, Cin. Princeton; Jamal Trammell, Northmont; Keevin Tyus, Cin. Western Hills; Alex Viox, Cin. Elder; Richard Weaver, Meadowdale; Adam Westbeld, Fairmont; Devin Williams, Cin. Withrow; Kirby Wright, Middletown; Andre Yates, Trotwood-Madison.

Division II

FIRST TEAM: Paul Byrd, St. Bernard Roger Bacon, 6-2, sr., 12.3; Deontae Hawkins, Dunbar, 6-7, jr., 16.1; Josh Jones, Bellefontaine, 5-11, sr., 10.1; Jaaron Simmons, Alter, 6-0, so., 17.3; Nick VanHoose, Graham, 6-1, sr., 17.8.

Player of the year: Deontae Hawkins, Dunbar.

Coach of the year: Henry Stolly, Bellefontaine.

SECOND TEAM: Jared Bryant, St. Bernard Roger Bacon, 6-8, sr., 10.3; Tony Davis, Cin. Wyoming, 6-4, sr., 16.3; Zach Denny, Valley View, 5-10, so., 23.9; Drew Hall, Cin. McNicholas, 6-4, jr., 17.6; Nick Wake, Goshen, 5-8, sr., 15.6.

THIRD TEAM: Gary Akbar, Dunbar, 6-5, jr., 11.2; Tyler Bullock, Bethel-Tate, 6-3, sr., 20.6; Brent Langhorne, Fenwick, 5-10, sr., 11.3; Luke Mamer, Kenton Ridge, 6-3, sr., 16.7; Garrett Stephenson, Milton-Union, 6-7, sr., 19.2.

Special Mention

Michael Bean-Breaston, Bellefontaine; Levi Burns, Spg. Northwestern; Jabriel Coaston, St. Bernard Roger Bacon; Jesse Davis, Tippecanoe; Vince Edwards, Cin. N. College Hill; Daveon Greene, Bellbrook; Zach Langdon, Tippecanoe; Anthony Marino, Urbana; Zach McCormick, Wilmington; Ryan McFarland, Oakwood; Diontez McGee, Norwood; Max Mischkulnig, Hamilton Ross; Ameche Okafor, Finneytown; Josh Pilcher, Greenon; Kyle Pohl, Valley View; Eric Price, Cin. Wyoming; Jacob Rossi, Franklin; Justin Rossi, Franklin; Steven Sarven, Spring. Shawnee; Greg Sevilla, Cin. N. College Hill; John Staley, Chaminade Julienne; Zach Stillings, Urbana; Tim Szabo, Chaminade Julienne; Jordan Watson, Thurgood Marshall; Max Zukowitz, Alter.

Division III

FIRST TEAM: Dakota Bennett, Preble Shawnee, 6-3, sr., 17.5; Orlando Berry, Cin. Taft, 5-8, jr., 13.1; Jalen Billups, Cin. Shroder, 6-6, sr., 19.2; Ronnie Drinnon, Greeneview, 6-7, jr., 14.3; Adolphus Washington, Cin. Taft, 6-6, jr., 19.1.

Player of the year: Adolphus Washington, Cin. Taft.

Coach of the year: Roger Ellis, Preble Shawnee.

SECOND TEAM: Evan Bradds, Greeneview, 6-7, so., 17.0; Josh Foster, Middletown Madison, 5-9, sr., 14.4; Jake Overbeck, Reading, 6-4, sr., 12.7; Evan Wolf, Miami East, 6-6, sr., 10.2; Elliot Young, Williamsburg, 6-3, sr., 22.0.

THIRD TEAM: Andrew Benintendi, Cin. Madeira, 5-10, so., 16.6; Julian Harris, Day. Christian, 6-4, sr., 15.7; Job Jennings, Cin. Mariemont, 6-5, sr., 13.7; David Korb, Hamilton Badin, 6-2, sr., 12.3; Al Upshaw, Cin. Clark Montessori, 6-0, sr., 11.5.

Special Mention

Jake Adams, Preble Shawnee; Brooklyn Bradley, Stivers; Brad Burgess, Clinton-Massie; Luke Creditt, Waynesville; Andy Daulton, West Liberty-Salem; Adam Emrick, Carlisle; Bryce Finkenbine, Anna; Eric Green, Greeeneview; Matt Houser, Middletown Madison; Brandon Hughes, Brookville; Travis Jackson, Blanchester; Kevin Johnson, Cin. Summit Country Day; Taylor Luckett, Clinton-Massie; J.C. Luncan, Blanchester; Colton Mehlman, Hamilton Badin; Jordan Mitchell, Ripley; Johnny Myers, Twin Valley South; Matt O’Brien, Felicity-Franklin; Kadeem Palmer, Cin. Taft; Gunner Shirk, Miami East; Ben Schwieterman, Bethel; Gus Schwieterman, Bethel; Mark Schwitzgable, Spg. Northeastern; Clint Snow, East Clinton; Josh Snyder, Miami East; Dwayne Stanford, Cin. Taft; Demarco Washington, Ripley; Nate Witkemper, East Clinton; Paul Woodson, Cin. Clark Montessori.

Division IV

FIRST TEAM: Ryan Arington, Cin. Christian, 6-6, so., 17.0; Max Davis, Cin. Seven Hills, 6-0, sr., 15.3; Hayden Hagerman, Spring. Cath. Central, 6-1, sr., 16.5; Andy Hoying, Jackson Center, 6-4, jr., 14.4; Cody Latimer, Jefferson, 6-3, sr., 16-2.

Player of the year: Cody Latimer, Jefferson.

Coach of the year: Art Winston, Jefferson.

SECOND TEAM: Cody Albers, Ft. Loramie, 6-0, sr., 13.5; Joby Jackson, Jefferson, 6-3, sr., 14.6; Drew Moore, Tri-Village, 5-9, sr., 22.1; Josh Redd, Houston, 5-11, sr., 15.1; Tyler Schrodi, Franklin Monroe, 6-1, sr., 19.4.

THIRD TEAM: Eric Beckstedt, Covington, 6-1, sr., 17.4; Luke Chafin, Troy Christian, 6-4, sr., 15.0; Ryan Galloway, Cin. Country Day, 6-6, sr., 11.8; Anthony Gillem, Fairlawn, 6-0, so., 21.1; Jacob Hoying, Russia, 6-1, sr., 14.5.

Special Mention

Alex Baker, Lehman Catholic; Josh Boehringer, Covington; Austin Brewer, Troy Christian; Tyler Bruntz, Yellow Springs; Tyler Cooper, Southeastern; Nick Cordonnier, Lehman Catholic; Derek Estes, Houston; Trey Everett, Fairlawn; Greg Felder, Yellow Springs; Derik Frost, Mechanicsburg; Andy Huffman, Mechanicsburg; Kyle Hurley, Riverside; Cody Jackson, Newton; Taylor Kordic, Cedarville; Jamar Kotey, New Miami; Jacob Mann, Jackson Center; Jason Reep, Emmanuel Christian; Luke Sheridan, Cedarville; Tyler Steinke, Lehman Catholic; D.J. Wingfield, Lockland; Zach Wise, Middletown Christian.
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=>ESPN praises Boykins:

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Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase recap
Monty Boykins establishes himself as one of best sophomores in Ohio


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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- As usual, Rob Taylor's Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase featured some of the top middle and high school prospects in the state. Although there were a number of very talented players in the gym, a handful of players logged in outstanding performances, and staked a claim as high-major caliber prospects.

Widely considered as one of the top 2013 wings in Ohio, Lakota West's Monty Boykins more than lived up to his billing. At 6-foot-3, the silky smooth and highly skilled shooting guard possesses a complete game and a high basketball IQ. Boykins can not only score from the 3-point line but also from midrange. It's clear he cares about defense as well from his play at the showcase, where he established himself as a definite Division I prospect with a bright future. According to his father, Boykins has already been offered by Miami in only his sophomore season.


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Boykins offered by Toledo

and interest from Dayton

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Monty now playing for "Shining Star" AAU.

So far this summer has gone well for Monty as he's been receiving steady interest from Big East, Big Ten and other MAC schools.

Toledo and Miami have offered.
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Lehigh offered Lakota West junior Monty Boykins on Friday, according to Lakota West basketball coach Sean Van Winkle. Boykins went on an unofficial visit on Friday.

Boykins has six other offers including Duquesne, Miami University, Eastern Michigan, Toledo, Kennesaw State and James Madison.

Boykins was Division I honorable mention all-state this past season. He averaged 16.6 points, 6.2 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.4 steals. He was first-team all-GMC.


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Does Lehigh have scholarships, or is the Patriot League still all non-scholly?
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thechuck_2112 wrote:
Does Lehigh have scholarships, or is the Patriot League still all non-scholly?


yes, they offer athletic scholarships. the Patriot League hasn't been all non-scholarship for some time. basketball since the late 90s and other sports (other than FCS football) since early 2000s (schools were permitted to do so, some phased in more slowly and haven't necessarily been fully funded). in 2013, they will be allowed to offer limited football scholarships.
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Committed to Lafayette.

Also tore his acl this season

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