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Chris Dockery Commits to Weber State

Chris Dockery Commits to Weber State

October 30, 2021

With one college basketball offer and an injury that ended his junior season of high school, Las Vegas native Chris Dockery decided with his parents that the best thing he could do to be ready for college basketball was to move to Los Angeles. Two years later, that path opened up more Division I offers…

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Coach Middlebrooks on West Coast Bias Podcast

May 10, 2021

Coach William Middlebrooks makes an appearance on the West Coast Bias Podcast and talks about the start of the shortened league-only, spring basketball schedule and adjustments he has had to make with all of the COVID-19 related changes. Check out the full podcast here.

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Troplent Remembers Support

March 15, 2021

As a Willamette University men’s basketball player from 2014-15 through 2017-18, Nico Troplent (’18, MBA ’20) was able to provide a big play during a key moment of a game. Whether it was stealing the ball from an opponent, moving quickly down the court for a layup, grabbing a rebound, or connecting on a 3-points…

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Orlando Robinson Names 2nd Team All Mountain West

Fresno State’s Orlando Robinson named second team all-Mountain West

March 9, 2021

Former Cathedral Phantom, Orlando Robinson, was named second team all-Mountain West for the 2020-21 season. Robinson, a sophomore, averaged 14.5 points and 8.9 rebounds in 20 conference games this season. In seven of those conference games, he recorded a double-double. The Mountain West postseason awards were voted on by the league’s eleven head coaches. Read…

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Gui Pedra Making A Habit Of Hitting Clutch Shots

Gui Pedra Making A Habit of Hitting Clutch Shots

February 5, 2021

HELENA — Talk to Carroll men’s basketball coach Kurt Paulson about freshman Guilherme Pedra and one of the first words out of his mouth will be ‘gamer.’ “In the games, he really rises to the occasion,” Paulson said. “He wants to make those plays. He’s got a quiet confidence about him, he’s not a real vocal guy.…

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Former Middlebrooks Assistant Donte Archie Named Coach Of The Year

March 24, 2020

Donte Archie in 2018-19 coached the St. Pius X-St. Matthias boys basketball team to a 7-21 record in his first season at the helm. The Warriors this season went 29-7 and won the CIF-SS Division 4A championship.Sure, Archie had the benefit of a couple of transfers, but he still had to convince a team with…

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My Story: Will Kimble

May 22, 2019

When Jean Prioleau was hired as the head coach of the Spartan men’s basketball program, one of the first things he was tasked with was assembling a coaching staff. Knowing how important it would be to have someone on staff that is familiar with the area, one of the first names he went after was…

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Cathedral High School Hoops “Puts New Spin on FNOB”

February 12, 2019

The basketball team shown above is from Cathedral High School in Los Angeles. As you can see, their front-jersey design is very no-frills — no chest lettering, huge chest numbers. The wishbone-C on everyone’s left shoulder is for “Cathedral,” and three players also have a block-C on the right shoulder because they’re captains. Look on…

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Will Kimble Joins San Jose State Basketball Staff

September 15, 2017

In a span of 14 months, Coach Will Kimble has moved on from Cathedral to make stops at four (4) universities: Academy of Arts, UC-Riverside, Cal State Northridge and now San Jose State. Rising each time in level from Division 2 to the Big West to the Mountain West, this accomplishment may be a first…

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Five Schools Working Hardest for 2018 Guard Aguir Agau

August 31, 2017

Aguir Agau, the 6-foot-6 shooting guard from Middlebrooks (CA) Prep, told D1VISION on Thursday that Oregon State, Washington State, New Orleans, Long Beach State, and Tulane are the five schools working the hardest for his recruitment. He broke down each school: Oregon State: “I feel like they’re in the best conference in the NCAA with the…

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