Prystal  Report
 
Top “30”
June 19th at Spooky Nook

5 Star Performers

Frankie Plowman – Saltsburg
Solomon Neuhaus – Williston Northampton Prep, MA
Mark Ambrose – Honesdale
Symir Torrence – Syracuse Academy of Science
Will Colleran – Valley Forge Military Academy
Ben Vitovich – Bishop McCort
Alex Fitch – William Byrd, VA
Ryan Stowers – Quaker Valley
Mack Bloom Montgomery Twp, NJ
Kyle Daggett – Walkersville, MD
Tripp Pierce – Cardinal O’Hara
Matthew Tarka – Watchung Hills, NJ
Nicholas Scaramozzino – Bishop Guilfoyle
Fred Mulbah – Norhteastern
Trey Koehler – Abington Heights
Peyton Bechtold – Big Spring
Jordan Bazzle – Kenwood, MD
Isaiah Morgan – Lower Merion
Braeden St. Clair – Portage Area
Luis Aquinos Rios - Lebanon

4 Star Performers

D’Andre Davis – York Catholic
Lewis Clearwater – Horseheads
Dylan Miller – Parkland
Dreyton Kipp – Muhlenberg
Quentin Johnson – Martinsburg, WV
Nicholas Porter – Saltsburg
Nathan Dubble – New Covenant Christian
Brayden Eck – Kutztown
Lorencz Jean Baptiste – Kutztown
Martin Osayi – Cardinal O’Hara
Victor Dorm – Dover
Donovan Ryland – Trenton Catholic
Tim Donatucci – Cedar Cliff
Makai Ortiz-Gray – JP McCaskey

If you have been named to this list, you are invited to attend the  “Cream of the Crop” event at Spooky Nook

Nov 6, 2016-"Cream of the Crop" Showcase
 Application


 


#87 Jymir Torrence
Syracuse Academy of Science  
 
interviewed by Pat Gaffey

#706  Peyton Bechtold, Big Spring
interviewed by Jeff Thompson

Prystal Scouting Report
June 19, 2016 : Boys

After each game,
the MVP is given a "Red Carpet" live interview
 on our nationwide network


#81 Braedon St. Clair, Portage Area
interviewed by Pat Gaffey


#92  Isaiah Morgan,  Lower Merion
interviewed by Dave Burman



#708
Will Colleran, Valley Forge Military Academy
interviewed by Pat Gaffey

 


#65 Luis Aquino-Rios,  Lebanon
interviewed by Jeff Thompson


#79 Solomon Neuhaus,
Williston Northampton Prep (MA)

interviewed by Jeff Thompson



#85
Trey Koehler,  Abington Heights
interviewed by John Achille

 

 

Coach Wayne Walters: 
1958-2016

 

We are sorry to report that Coach Wayne Walters, one of our top coaches for many years has passed away after working our June 19 Showcase.   Born in 1958, died in 2016.  Coach Walters will be missed.  He loved the game of basketball.  He started as a Junior High Coach, then High School, then college. He traveled the country giving clinics on his favorite topic- "the Swarm Defense!"  He always brought passion and enthusiasm to the basketball court.


thanks Coach for what
 you brought to the game!
 

Next boy's event October 16,  Boy’s College Spotlight 100  III  
at Spooky Nook
Application