Monday, May 7, 2012

2012 NH AAU Boys State Tournament - Event Recap

It is always best for teams from New Hampshire to get out of state, travel around and test themselves against top notch national competition to really get better. With that being said, state tournament weekend is annually a great weekend for New Hampshire basketball as you get all the top teams and players from the state in the same tournament which really helps to create interest and excitement around New Hampshire basketball.

Just like in 2011, the story this year was once again the dominance of the Bishop Elite program. In just their third year of existence, the Bishop took home championships in the 17U and 15U divisions. Also, their 14U team was runner-up and their 16U squad made the semi-finals. Here are the final scores from the 14U-17U title games, followed by a breakdown of the players who stood out this weekend in each class.

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1 comment:

  1. Not trying to take away anything from your journalism skills in fact I think you write great articles... but i believe you left out some key players that should be noted.

    Walker Mallory 16u 6'0 PG/SG- Played for a small aau team called mwv eagles, least to say they were not that good. He was given the task of guarding pat welch on sunday and limited him to just 7pts not only that he had 12pts and 7assts in which he almost led his team to upset the raiders in the first round in which the score was 27-30. Not only did he have great defensive efforts this weekend he also had 15pts and 5assts against the titans.

    I just thought I would mention this players since he appears to be on the verge of breaking out

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