New Jersey Tip-Off Classic Standouts - Freemantle, Antoine & more
The New Jersey Tip-Off Classic was a success once again this year and showcased some of the very best
’19 Paul Mulcahy - Gill St. Bernard’s
The 6’5 guard led the Knights with 23 in a blowout victory on Saturday night. Mulcahy controlled the pace of the game on both ends and showed an improved
’19 James Lee - Montverde Academy CBD
Lee highlighted the action on Sunday with a huge dunk over a defender, highlights his
’19 Keenan Worthington - Blair Academy
The 6’7 forward for Blair led his team with 21 points and 15 rebounds in a gritty victory over Montverde CBD. Worthington knocked down timely threes and rebounded at a high level. Blair will be one of the toughest teams in the state of New Jersey if he can keep playing at this level.
’20 Zion Bethea - Immaculate Conception
The Lions are in a new era now that Jalen Carey is at Syracuse, and Zion Bethea has taken command of the new look backcourt. The Junior sharpshooter led his team with 15 points in an opening night victory over rival Seton Hall Prep.
’19 Brenden Kelly - Elizabeth
Kelly took over when it mattered most for Elizabeth, making big plays in their 4th quarter comeback and hitting the
’21 Justin Glover - Hudson Catholic
The sophomore was on fire from deep for Hudson Catholic, hitting 6 threes in a 20+ point victory. The
’21 Shane Dezonie - Hudson Catholic
Shane Dezonie came away with the MVP award in Hudson Catholic’s matchup against Pope John XXIII on Sunday. The class of 2021 wing has made big strides with his skill set with how he scored in a variety of ways. Hudson Catholic will be tough to stop with him playing at this level.
’19 Zach Freemantle - Bergen Catholic
’19 Bryan Antoine – Ranney School
The Ranney School had a tough opponent in Don Bosco Prep, but the Panthers came away with a 63-51 win and a huge reason why had to do with senior guard Bryan Antoine. Antoine scored 33 points and won the MVP award for the game. He not only provided them