Prown’s Poll – Year end 2017/18 NJ Girls Hoops Ranking

#1 MANASQUAN (1) 32-2 : Ran the table of the NJ TOC in a most impressive fashion…won their conference tournament too. No arguments here…A.K.A. Slamdunk selection.

#2 FRANKLIN (4) 25-8 : My goodness what a most impressive final 20 games of the season. Defending TOC champ came up 1 game short in TOC final rematch with Manasquan. Good chance to be even better next year.

#3 ST. JOHN VIANNEY (2) 25-3 : Played a monsterous schedule and unfortunately in a killer state section with an uber which led to an early exit.. They are easily next years pre-season #1 in NJ.

#4 ST. ROSE (3) 27-4 : Magnificiant season but boy did they walk the tightrope vs. premier teams…always had a strong 2nd half lead and invariably would let the other team walk it back. Most times St. Rose held on but 4 times they didn’t. Against 4 prime time teams but….you can’t let go of double digit 2nd half leads and win the chip. Lots of talent graduates…will reloard.

#5 SADDLE RIVER DAY (6) 24-7 Played a top shelf schedule and had a spectacular post season run losing to #1 Manasquan in the semi’s. Return a very strong team next year and arguably can start the season #2..

#6 RED BANK CATHOLIC (7) 23-6 Shocked the state with a win over #1 Manasquan and a loss to #100 (exaggerating to make a point) Wall HS in the span of 48 hours. Hence a wash and graduate 4 D-! Athletes. Rebuilding/loading like St. Rose.

#7 UNIVERSITY (8) 30-3 Had a pretty high-flying season with the 3 losses to 3 top 10 teams. Best University team in a while

#8 RUTGERS PREP (5) 25-5 : Injury bite to a premier team did them in. All 5 losses to top 5 teams in the state…all on the road. Quite an achievement…think about it. Graduate 4 starters but will definitely be top 10 material next year.

#9 NEWARK TECH (11) 24-9 : Nice season and sort of snuck in there. Won their conference championship win over #7 and a very tough season schedule brings the Terriers into the top 10.

#10 TRENTON CATHOLIC ACADEMY (10) 26-2 1st year coach/staff did a spectacular rebuilding a former premier state power. Need to amp up their strength of school to get mentioned in the same breath as the big dogs

#11 MANCHESTER TWP (15) 26-5 : I’ll say it, they underachieved this year. Issue is a very very short bench and hence some 2nd have of the season fatigue. They have some really strong elements for next year.

#12 TOMS RIVER NORTH (16) 28-4 Another team that will be stronger next year than this. Fine post season run into group finals until buzzsword # 2 Franklin.

#13 GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC (14) 24-4 – Another team with a very fine underclass that needs to play a stronger schedule (a South Jersey achilies heel).

#14 OLD TAPPAN (UR) 28-5 – This school always stays below the radar during the regular season and doesn’t travel far to compete. But com “state-time”, but are they very well prepared. Great run till momentum killer Franklin.

#15 MAINLAND (9) 28 – 1 – Hard to say if they under or overachieved. Need to up the ante on the power of their schedule. Not leaving the safe confines of South Jersey not helping anyone.

#16 PASCACK VALLEY (12) 28-3: Solid season getting their coach his 1000th win – TRUE but they need to amp up regular season competition.

#17 CHEROKEE (13) 25-3 Return 3 fine players for next year. Could be the #1 team in South Jersey next year but they need to leave the cozyiness of SJ too.

#18 WEST ORANGE (UR) 22-8 – In season wins over Top 10 Saddle River Day and Newark Tech head scratchers. Good up and coming team.

#19 WATCHUNG HILLS (17) 23-4 Fine season and earned new found respect

#20 LINCOLN (18) 23-3 Fine season and return most key starters.

ON THE CUSP – None, Year End Top 20 is Top 20…Next year going to Top 15…bottom 5 changes every week and sort of pointless to rank.

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NJ TOC Predictions to Finals & Streaming

Congratulations to Franklin, Old Tappan, Manasquan, University, Saddle River Day
and St Rose high Schools for advancing to the 2018 New Jersey Girl Hoops Tournament of Champions

These six teams represent the championship round here in New Jersey representing the 4 Public School Groups by size (Franklin, Old Tappan, Manasquan & University) and the 2 Non Public School Groups by size (Saddle River and St. Rose).
Manasquan is the number one seed and st. Rose is the two seed and hence
they both get a first round bye .

Just a quick note on these 2 arch rival schools – one is public one is
non-public. They are located with an few miles of each other. They play
one game in season which is always a nail-biter and always the hardest ticket to get
(I have been shut out for 4 years). These 2 teams faced off in the TOC finals 3 years ago when the current seniors were freshman (and most played big roles in that game). Squan won in a classic.

Manasquan and St. Rose have been in ranked in the Prown’s Poll in slots 1-3 since pre-season deservedly so. Defending TOC champ Franklin Warriors started off
the season a notch below and played a fierce regular season schedule. They experienced all 7 of their loses in the 1st 30 days and all to top 20 NJ & NY teams. They have wond16 in a row and are totally tournament ready. They grabbed the #3 seed and open up against group 3 winner Old Tappan tonight which will not close unless the Warriors are looking ahead (Coach Taylor will not let that happen).

Getting the 4 seed is Saddle River day who also played a very strong in
and out of State schedule with a 6 deep very talented roster featuring 3 transfers.

This is a bit of a complex team in that they definitely have some excellent
wins combined with surprising losses. Saddle River Day, unlike the top three, have
never visited the Tournament of Champions. There dismantling of then
#5 Rutgers Prep in the group finals last week was really quite
impressive. Their style of play mixed perfectly with the large wide open
court at the RWBarabas Arena where the quarter-finalas and semi-finals will
be played.

They match up tonight with the extremely athletic and offensive minded
University Phoenix team who has been here before but not with any of these
players or members of the coaching staff.

At 29 and 2, University have throttled nearly every opponent by
multiple double digits. They really gained respect with their early-season
two-point loss to powerhouse St John Vianney. There are other
loss was in the conference championships to group two finalist Newark Tech who tthey beat twice during the regular season. That was a shocking loss to many…might have been the best thing to happen to University…let’s see.

This quarterfinal matchup is most intriguing and to me, extremely hard to
predict. I am going to give it to University due to their special length on behalf of many players. Having the bigger court will allow SRDS space to navigate around those long arms, quick feet and good size. Still like University’s relentless defense which is pretty darn suffocating.
Pick University in a toss up game…really can go either way. Neither Coach has coached a TOC game before and that could be the difference on how each makes in game adjustments.

In the Semi Finals, would then have Manasquan vs. University. I don’t care what weapons University has, they don’t a NJ player of the year Dara Mabrey who has a competitive DNA that could well trump her storied sisters. Add in 2019 all everything 6’0” Faith Masonius, who has committed to Maryland and has had a monster complete year and 2019 swing forward Lola Mullaney, with power five offers, and more, Squan will win despite a formidable opponent.

On the other side of the semi’s, Franklin and St. Rose pair off. They played each other during the regular season last year and the year before in both close battles with many of these current players playing. This is an incredibly exciting match up. Franklin is on a fierce hoops roll and this entire team was on and played vital roles in their 2017 TOC winning run – that is priceless. St. Rose brings 4 calm, highly experienced seniors to this heavyweight bout all of whom wlll be playing college ball. I picked St. Rose pre-season to win it all and not jumping ship now.
This will be a FABULOUS game!!

In the finals, then I would see a rematch of 2015 Manasquan vs. St. Rose in a war of wars. Still will stick with St. Rose but betting against a Mabrey is not a good career move. Hate the final venue, CURE Arena in Trenton but adore the match up.

***********************ALL GAMES WILL BE STREAMED ****************

Wednesday March 14

5:30pm | Girls TOC Quarterfinals
Old Tappan vs. Franklin (https://hs-559130.t.hubspotemail.net/e1t/sc2/Mm-nFbjRQ4GW8MZRMg5f8Gg0W79NDTr5yc18vW6G5Whp8Dx41Rf1CYJMH63 )

7:30pm | Girls TOC Quarterfinals
Saddle River Day vs. University (https://hs-559130.t.hubspotemail.net/e1t/sc2/Mm-nFbjRQ4GW8MZRMg5f8Gg0W79NDTr5yc18vW6G5Whp8Dx41Rf1CYJMH73 )

Friday March 16

5:30pm | Girls TOC Semifinals
TBA vs. TBA (https://hs-559130.t.hubspotemail.net/e1t/sc2/Mm-nFbjRQ4GW8MZRMg5f8Gg0W79NDTr5yc18vW6G5Whp8Dx41Rf1CYJMH83 )

7:30pm | Girls TOC Semifinals
TBA vs. TBA (https://hs-559130.t.hubspotemail.net/e1t/sc2/Mm-nFbjRQ4GW8MZRMg5f8Gg0W79NDTr5yc18vW6G5Whp8Dx41Rf1CYJMH93 )

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Prown’s Poll – NJ Girls HS Top 20 (Games thru 3/3/18)

Here in New Jersey all the country/conference championships have
been over for a week now and all better teams are in the
throws of the State Tournament. All teams are into the
Sectional Semi-finals (20 State Sectional brackets in NJ – 16
Public and 4 Non-Public).

18 of last weeks top 20 Prown’s Poll team remain active in
states.but expect a good bit of change over the next 7 days.

PROWN’S POLL – NJ GIRLS HS HOOPS (Games thru 3/3/18))

#1 MANASQUAN (1) 27-2 : Beat #2 SJV in conference final by 18 on
a neutral court and have pretty clear sailing for a while.

#2 ST. JOHN VIANNEY (2) 26-2 : Play #3 on 3/5/18 in a rematch of
SJV’s buzzer beater win on a neutral court in the conference
semi-finals 8 days ago. Now having home court advantage is
clearly an advantage.

#3 ST. ROSE (3) 25-3 : See SJV comments above.

#4 FRANKLIN (4) 20-7 :Defending NJ Tournament of Champion winner
playing as good as anyone in the state over the last 6 weeks
including an eye-opening double digit win over #5 Rutgers Prep
in the conference final. Would be an abject stunner not to
see them in the TOC again to defend their crown

#5 RUTGERS PREP (5) 24-4 : Just lost their Boston U. bound center
to a meniscus injury last week so the journey becomes more
difficult but still quite possible. Will be playing nothing by
top 10 teams the rest of the way..

#6 SADDLE RIVER DAY (6) 21-6 Should win their section handily
and find a spot in the Group final Saturday against a top 10
ranked team.

#7 RED BANK CATHOLIC (8) 21-6 The elephant in the room was their
mid season loss to a well below .500 team 2 days before knocking
off then #2 Manasquan. Season since that point
as expected. Play a fine #14 Gloucester Catholic team 3/5/18
and the winner plays #2 or #3 abov

#8 UNIVERSITY (7) 23-2 Cruising at a white hot level virtually
all season (except for a 2 point loss to SJV early) then got
stunned by #11 Newark Tech in conference finals (a team they
smoked twice during the regular season). Will be interesting
to see how they respond against similar ranked teams. Could
have been the best thing to happen to them.

#9 MAINLAND (9) 28 – 0 Will find out very shortly if they can
beat a very sneaky Ocean City team that Mainland has already
beat 3 times this season in Overtime. 4 in a row is
exceptionally hard at this level/this time of year.

#10 TRENTON CATHOLIC ACADEMY (10) 26-2 Have beaten all comers &
had some real close games of late against decent (but unranked
teams) which actually could be helpful. Play #5 Rutgers Prep
this week which will tell all.

#11 NEWARK TECH (11) 22-8 : Folks in the state still talking about
their impressive win over University. Should win their
sectional this week and make some noise in the groups.

#12 PASCACK VALLEY (12) 29-2: Play arch rival Old Tappan in
sectional final this week (they split during the regular
season. Home game. Path to TOC difficult but not improbable.

#13 CHEROKEE (13) 25-2 Continue to win nicely and play #16 Toms
River North this week in the Sectional Final.Under the radar
team.

#14 GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC (14) 24-3 – Lone NJ loss to #9 Mainland
and 2 fine PA teams. Face #7 Red Bank Catholic this week at a
neutral site in a tell all for both teams.

#15 MANCHESTER TWP (17) 25-4 : A bit of an inconsistent season
yet on track to win state sectional and then would play
nothing but ranked teams the rest of the way.

#16 TOMS RIVER NORTH (18) 26-3 Fine team but the near future
very challenging.starting with #13 Cherokee early this week

#17 WATCHUNG HILLS (19) 23-3 On a collision course to face #4
& Defending champ Franklin this week. Ain’t gonna be
pretty.

#18 LINCOLN (20) 23-2 Had a very solid season but now face a big
dog this week in #1 Manasquan at Manasquan. Not easy for
anyone.

#19 ROSELLE CATHOLIC (15) 22-5 Won their conference championship
with 2nd win of the year over #20 The Patrick School. But now
bounced from the tournament by also gone Gill St. Bernard.
SEASON OVER

#20 THE PATRICK SCHOOL (16) 22-8 Last 2 games of the year to
ranked teams. Very young and will be back. SEASON OVER

ON THE CUSP (and still in the tournament and have the potential
to pull at least 1 upset of a ranked team (in ABC order)

ALLENTOWN, BOUND BROOK, EWING, OCEAN CITY, SECAUCUS

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Prown Predictions – NJ HS Six (6) Group Champions 2017/18

In New Jersey, the girls HS Hoops State Play Offs begins with 20
State Sectional brackets (16 Public & 4 Non Public)

This plays down to 6 Group Champions (4 Public based on school
size and 2 Non Public also based on school size) to become the
teams that reach the Tournament of Champions. Seeds #1 &
#2 get byes, whiel #3 plays #6 and #4 plays #5 in the
Quarterfinals (which are rarely competitive games). In the
Semis, #1 plus the ⅘ winner and #2 plays the 3/6 winner

States,as we call it here in NJ, begins Monday, February 26th,

In the spirit of the just ended Olympics, I will rank the top 3
in each of the 6 groups. But let me be clear, I’m doing this
Gold, Silver & Bronze ranking for fun. I fully expect at
least 1-2 upsets of the gold medal predictions….happens every
year

PUBLIC SCHOOL GROUP IV (Largest enrollments)

GOLD – FRANKLIN (defending TOC Champ), played a killer schedule and
2nd half of the season playing elite ball/peaking perfectly

SILVER – CHEROKEE – Arguably the best team in South Jersey

BRONZE – PISCATAWAY – very, very long shot

PUBLIC SCHOOL GROUP III

GOLD – PASCACK VALLEY – made it through last year, return 4 college
players, play unimpressive regular season schedule. Have 1
heck of a coach. Group III weakest of 6 groups.

SILVER – EWING – real Jekyl & Hyde team. Have talent to make noise
and even win the group. Uneven so far with maybe more
lowlights than highlights

BRONZE – MAINLAND – Not surprisingly are undefeated. Has the 1st
team Center in the state (Prown All Star Team rankings) and
struggle to beat most better teams. Sort of me of 1 foot in
the grave and 1 foot on a banana peel in terms of losing.
Might have been better served losing late in the season.
Could get knocked off early

PUBLIC SCHOOL GROUP II

GOLD – MANASQUAN – in TOC finals 4 years in a row…Even $ puts
them in the finals again.

SILVER – MANCHESTER TWP – have the horses to go far like last year but
this year with more talent, more underachieving.

BRONZE – RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN – 1st team All everything guard foot in a
both. Will be back sooner than later if team can hold out.
Invariably if all goes well, still plays Manasquan in
Sectional final for seemingly an endless # of years. Last
year nearly knocked them off as RFH had more horses & lost
at buzzer. Even at full strength, not happening this year.

PUBLIC SCHOOL GROUP I

GOLD – UNIVERSITY – Lost in Group finals this year and were shocked
over the weekend in county finals. Best thing that could have
happened to a team who hadn’t lost in 60 days. Could have
brought them back to earth and reinvigorate The Phoenix

SILVER – BOUND BROOK – Group 1 winner last year but Secretariat
graduated (leading scorer and rebounder). Very well coached
and very good size. Play better than most regular season
schedule vs. instate powers. Really helps prepare.

BRONZE
– SECAUCUS – lots of talent, but strength of schedule makes
one question really how good is that 24-1 record

NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GROUP A (Largest enrollments)

GOLD – ST. ROSE – picked them pre-season #1 so can’t bail now. 3
loses to 3 ubers by total of 11 points. Have yet to play
their best game. If they put it all together (inside, outside
& defense – goodnight).

SILVER – ST. JOHN VIANNEY – beat St. Rose in Conference Semi’s on a
buzzer 3. Play toughest NJ schedule. Deep, big, athletic,
talented and HOF coach. In same state section as St. Rose and
RBC below. Winner of this Non-Public Section will win this
Non-Public Group.

BRONZE – RED BANK CATHOLIC – Senior loaded with 600 win. Shocking
mid season loss to totally off the grid team….talk of the
state. Few days later knock of then #2 Manasquan – smh.
Which team showing up?

NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL GROUP B (Smallest enrollments)

GOLD – RUTGERS PREP – got as far as TOC semi’s last year and yes
can do again. Key injured D1 guard last year back but below
grade. Have a Power 5 prospect too and 3-5 other D1 players.
Lost to 4 top 10 teams this year….all away. RP will only get
2 home games then on the road the rest of the way. Have the
horses…how bad do they want to reach the TOC finals…

SILVER – SADDLE RIVER DAY – loaded with offensive firepower and 2
terrific transfers. Some great heavyweight wins and shocking
welterweight loses. Which team will show up and not take a
night off?

BRONZE – TRENTON CATHOLIC – unexpected surprise team of the season.
New coaches and mostly new players. Hence moderate schedule
and lost to 2 better teams and beat lesser teams.

SUMMARY : Prown Projected GROUP WINNERS/TOC PARTICIPANTS :

FRANKLIN

PASCACK VALLEY

MANASQUAN

UNIVERSITY

ST. ROSE

RUTGERS PREP.

T.O.C. PREDICTIONS – will wait for seedings

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Prown 2017/18 NJ Girls HS Hoops All Star Teams

Back on Dec. 15th, before the regular season began, I published my pre-season NJ All-State 1st-4th teams plus an honorable mention.

I always, and I may be the only one, that publishes their All State team – PRE-STATES. This ensures that one would is not unduly influenced by a good player who goes off in the play offs for an unforgettable run or an uber whose team exits the states early.

This is an individual recognition.

This past week all dozen or so of the state conference/county tournaments were settled where every player below participated. I have seen every player below at least twice and generally always against better/ranked teams…that is the “tell”.

Unlike the pre-season list, I did not publish an honorable mention list as it is pretty lengthy. However a big number of those H.M. players are goinmg scholarships to play D-1 College ball – congrats. And to the underclassmen on that same list, I fully expect to see many of them on the Prown Pre-Season
All Star Teams 2018/18 :

There is surprisingly very little movement from the pre-season list

So here we go:

PROWN’S PICK’S 2017/18 – ALL STATE TEAMS (Pre-Season)
1ST TEAM
NAME
SCHOOL
GRAD

CENTER
Kylee Watson
Mainland
2020

FORWARDS
Diamond Miller
Franklin`
2019

Julia Cunningham (Princeton)
Watchung Hills
2018

GUARDS
Dara Mabrey (Virginia Tech)
Manasquan
2018

Tori Hyduke (George Washington)
Rumson Fair Haven
2018

2ND TEAM
CENTER

Lucy Thomas (Monmouth)
St. Rose
2018

FORWARDS
Lelani Correa
Rutgers Prep
2019

Faith Masonius
Manasquan
2019

GUARDS
Azona Baines
Gloucester Catholic
2019

McKayla Markham (Columbia)
St. Rose
2018

3RD TEAM
CENTER
Mariah Perez
Newark Tech
2019

FORWARDS
Mya Grimes (High Point
Ewing
2018

Jaida Patrick
Saddle River Day School
2019

GUARDS
Bre Frazier
Marist
2019

Michelle Sidor
Saddle River Day
2019

4TH TEAM
CENTER
Onome Akinbode-James (Duke)
Blair
2018

FORWARDS
Mya Bembry
W. Orange
2019

Danielle Robinson
University
2018

GUARDS
Rose Caverly (Vermont)
Red Bank Catholic
2018

Asonah Alexander
Sinai Christian
2019

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Prown’s Poll (Games thru 2/19/18) Girls NJ HS Hoops

PROWN’S POLL – NJ GIRLS HS HOOPS (Games thru 2/18/18)
All ranked teams going thru the trials & tribulations of conference/county tournament play. Some teams are done and either won or lost their respective tourney’s while most are still alive (and all to be decided pretty much within the next 7 days).
#1 MANASQUAN (1) 22-2 : Into Conference semi’s playing # RBC who they split with during the regular season
#2 ST. JOHN VIANNEY (2) 23-1 : Play #3 St. Rose which is a premier conference and state battle. Total coin flip and the 2 powerhouses could meet again deep into states at the TOC.
#3 ST. ROSE (3) 12-2 : See SJV comments above. Beat former #13 Manchester Twp to get to the conference tourney semi.
#4 RUTGERS PREP (4) 20-3 : After knocking off NYC power Mary Louis Academy the week before last on a neutral court, this week they beat the best prep team in the state, Blair Academy at Blair. Quiety entering the tournament at the level of the Big 3.
#5 UNIVERSITY (6) 23-1 Cruising thru their county tournament with ease.
#6 RED BANK CATHOLIC (7) 20-4 Fairly smooth road to the Conference semi’s where they play #1 Manasquan on a neutral court. Spilt during the regular season with the home team prevailing at both wins.
#7 FRANKLIN (8) 14-7 : Zipping through conference tournament and now in the quarters. Playing exceptionally well
#8 SADDLE RIVER DAY (5) 17-6 2 surprising loses to solid but unranked W.Orange and Gill St. Bernard teams raised eyebrows all around the state. Stability returned when then then beat #10 Pascack Valley by 5 on a neutral court.
#9 MAINLAND (9) 21 – 0 Hard to know where this team truly ranks till they get into states.
#10 TRENTON CATHOLIC ACADEMY (12) 19-2 Continue to encounter medium competition, win soundly and move up quietly. Should win out counties but play some good team.
#11 PASCACK VALLEY (10) 22-2: Lost to #8 Saddle River Day in the county finals and have a full 8 days to get ready for States where they made the Tournament of Champions last year with many of these starters.
#12 CHEROKEE (16) 18-2 Have to give props to navigating and defending long South Jersey Basketball Invitational Championship. Maybe a little too highly ranked here and the States will be the tell. Feels right at this moment.
#13 NEWARK TECH (14) 17-8 : Continue to win in their conference tournament (which they should win). Been an inconsistent season. Need to right the ship for States.
#14 THE PATRICK SCHOOL (17) 18-5 Should end up in County finals but need to play 1 game at a time as they are now in the semi’s.
#15 GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC (19) 19-3 – Lone NJ lose to #9 Mainland and 2 fine PA teams. Beat a strong Life Center Academy team and clever Ocean City team this past weekend. Another team which will show their true colors in states and very difficult Non-Public B south Section.
#16 RUMSON FAIR HAVEN (12) 14-7 Experienced a very disappointing early conference tournament loss highlighted by an in-game loss of their 30 ppg scorer that was a game changer. Hyduke’s health will drive the course of their State run.
#17 MANCHESTER TWP (13) 20-4 : Lost in the conference quarters to #3 St. Rose in a respectable game after winning an OT game vs. a mid-level team to get there. Time for states to tell their story – did quite well last year.
#18 TOMS RIVER NORTH (15) 21-3 Lost in conference quarters to #1 Manasquan. Onward to States.
#19 WATCHUNG HILLS (18) 19-1 Now into conference quarterfinals in one of the strongest conferences in the state.
#20 DONOVAN CATHOLIC (T-20) 20-4 – Beat a fine ranked Jackson Memorial team in the conference tourney before falling to #2 SJV

ON THE CUSP – too many this week. Will have better sense after conference/county play

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Fact Check – 1 More NJ Showcase This Weekend

https://www.sites.google.com/site/sjibt2012/home

2018 SJIBT SCHEDULE

PREVIOUS ROUND RESULTS CAN BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE 2018 SCHEDULE BELOW
UPDATED 2/12/18

FINAL 4 FEB 16,17,18TH AT EASTERN HS

FRIDAY FEB 16TH –

4:30PM – SHOWCASE GAME – EASTERN(HOME) VS TIMBER CREEK(AWAY)

6:30PM – SEMIFINAL # 1 -#3 SHAWNEE(HOME) VS #7 BISHOP EUSTACE(AWAY)

8:15PM – SEMIFINAL # 2 – #1 CHEROKEE(HOME) VS #4 CAMDEN CATHOLIC(AWAY)

SHOWCASE SATURDAY – FEB 17TH

9:00AM – CLEARVIEW(HOME) VS CINNAMINSON(AWAY)

10:30AM – SENECA(HOME) VS HIGHLAND(AWAY)

12:00PM – WILLIAMSTOWN(HOME) VS ABSEGAMI(AWAY)

1:30PM – DELSEA(HOME) VS OAKCREST(AWAY)

***3:00PM -SJIBT SPECIAL SHOWCASE

GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC(HOME) VS LIFE CENTER(AWAY)

4:30PM – RANCOCAS VALLEY(HOME) VS HADDON TWP (AWAY)

6:00PM – HADDONFIELD (HOME) VS MOORESTOWN FRIENDS (AWAY)

7:30PM – PEMBERTON(HOME) VS TIMBER CREEK(AWAY)

CHAMPIONSHISHOWCASE SUNDAY – FEB 18TH SUNDAY FEB 18TH

11:00AM – SJIBT SHOWCASE

HADDON HEIGHTS(HOME) VS CINNAMINSON(AWAY)

12:30PM – SJIBT SHOWCASE

OCEAN CITY(HOME) VS GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC(AWAY)

2:30PM – 3RD PLACE GAME

4:30PM – 2018 SJIBT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

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