Elite Team Camp Live Blog

Day 2 | Sunday July 1st

2:15 pm

Championships are underway in Bollman 

1:50 pm

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12:30 pm

Kalonji Parker finishes with 22 points for Oxon Hill in its loss to National Christian. Final (70-54)

11:16 am 

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Champagne brothers holding it down for Bishop Loughlin. Julian (22 pts) Justin (20 pts).

8:30 am

8:15 am

Day 2 of Team Camp is up and running. Look out for last night's standouts 

Day 1 | Saturday June 30th

9:06 pm

Roman Catholic tops Goretti High School (MD) 61-59. Hakeem Hart 20 points for Catholic

8:43 pm


Isaiah Amazan (Xaverian, 2019, 6'2"): He is quick and crafty to attack the lane. Finishes well at the rim. What really stands out is his ball handling. Quick and smooth with his moves, he is able to create space and open shots for himself.

8:34 pm 


Justin Lewis (Baltimore Poly, 2019, 6'7"): Strong with a soft touch at the rim, Lewis is a big and physical player who can do well in the post. Young and full of potential mixed with a high major body made him a standout on Day 1 of Team Camp.

8:13 pm


Shawn Fulcher (5'10", 2021, Brooklyn, NY) from Xaverian High school is a solid shooter with nice mid-range and 3-point shots.

8:03 pm

8:02 pm


Piscataway's Antonio Chandler (6'5", 2019, Piscataway, NJ) is able to light up the scoreboard with no one being able to stay in front of him on top of his ability to score at all 3 levels. 

7:54 pm

Freemantle from Bergen Catholic with 26 points. Torrence from Vermont Academy with 28 points.

7:45 pm


Zach Freemantle (6'8", 2019, Oradell, NJ) is a key player for Bergen Catholic with creativeness at the rim and phenomenal footwork that makes it easy for him to score in the paint. 

7:18 pm

7:00 pm 


Myles Stute (6'7", 2020, Washington, DC) from Gonzaga is an athletic and aggressive 3 man who can hit the outside jumper. 



Bishop Loughlin's Julian Champagnie (6'6", 2019, Brooklyn, NY) is an asset to his team by controlling the boards and contributing behind the arc. Can rebound, block shots, get to the rim and shoot 3s. 

6:13 pm

In a win over Williamstown, Luke Fabac (6'0", 2019, Harrison City, PA)  scored 20 points for Penn Trafford.

6:07 pm

5:44 pm


Terrance Williams (6'7", 2020, Washington, DC) from Gonzaga plays with a High IQ and what he lacks in athleticism he makes up for with his extended range. A big man with a soft touch, a turn aroud jumper is his go to move. 

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Justin Champagnie (6'7", 2019, Brooklyn, NY) from Bishop Loughlin held his own against Vermont Academy today with multiple blocks and being active on the offensive glass. He helped his team offensively with put back dunks and an ability to play above the rim.

4:51 pm

4:30 pm


Moussa Cisse  (6'11", 2019, Middle Village, NY) from Christ the King is a swiss army knife. In his game versus Goretti, Cisse showed his ability to block, score and rebound.

4:09 pm

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4:00 pm

KJ Quinn (5'11", 2019, Phoenixville, PA) hits a game winning shot. Phoenixville tops Lakeland 46-43. 

3:54 pm


Roman Catholic's Justice Williams (6'5", 2022, Philadelphia, PA) showing his versatality on the court this afternoon. His length gives him the ability to be a pesky defender and threat on the glass. Agressive on offense, not afraid to attack the lane and can get to the basket.

3:37 pm


Abdou Tsimbila from Goretti High School (6'7", 2019, Hagerstown, MD) has been a workhorse on the boards today. Crashing the glass offensively and creating second chances for his team to score.



Joe Mundlin's (6'5", 2020, Bronx, NY)  athleticism and size enabled him to fly by players and get to the rim. Putting up 25 points for Monsignor Scanlon, Mundlin was a volume scorer the entire game. 

2:58 pm

Piscataway tops Monsignor Scanlon 79-68. Antonio Chandler (6'5", 2019, Piscataway, NJ) 36 for Piscataway. Joe Mundlin (6'5", 2020, Bronx, NY) 25 for Scanlon.

2:44 pm

Steven Hamilton (6'0", 2020, Phoenixville, PA) 22 for Phoenixville in their 1st game

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9:24 am

Media outlets starting to pour in, including NJHoops' Jay Gomes