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ebe



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PostSubject: Premier Summer Showcase in Bellevue Washington   Wed Jul 10, 2013 4:35 pm

Looks like just about every BC team will be participating in this event. The link to the schedule and the tournament website are below:
U 17 Division
Pool A Drive Elite
Pool B BBC Elite
Pool E Athelite
Pool F Allball Black
Pool I One Pass Ahead
Pool J BBC Select
Pool K Victoria Prep
Pool L Allball Grey
Pool N Vancity
U16 Division
Pool O Drive Elite
Pool P BBC Elite
Pool S BBC Select
Pool T 3D
Pool U Allball
Pool V One Pass Ahead and Athelite
U 15 Divison
Pool AA BBC Blue
Pool BB Allball
Pool DD Drive Elite
Pool EE Athelite and Vancity
Pool FF Jr. Vikes
Pool GG 3D and Drive
Pool HH BBC Red

Scehdule link: http://www.premierhoops.net/PDFs/2013-NW-Premier-Summer-Showcase-Schedule.pdf
Tournament webiste link: http://www.premierhoops.net/tournaments.html
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PostSubject: Re: Premier Summer Showcase in Bellevue Washington   Thu Jul 11, 2013 1:46 am

Come on boys, give'em hell! Show the coaches we have ballers north of the '49th. I'm expecting to hear big things.
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PostSubject: Re: Premier Summer Showcase in Bellevue Washington   Fri Jul 12, 2013 11:44 pm

BC U17 Elite team played very well against one of the top teams, Friends Of Hoop, and were within 2 with a few minutes left but ultimately lost by 10. In their next game against Clutch Players they led for most of the game but had trouble scoring late in the game to lose by 3. Overall a good effort but need to finish better
BC U17 Select also had two close games but in their game against RCBA Rise turnovers killed them as they lost 67 to 61. Their 2nd game against Puyallup was also very close but Puyallup hit at least 15 three's to win by 8.
Watched One Pass Ahead play and they won both of their games beating Riverside and NW Panthers Black
Saw Drive in their first game and they handled Sagebrush easily winning by 20+.
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PostSubject: Re: Premier Summer Showcase in Bellevue Washington   Mon Jul 15, 2013 3:14 am

i heard athelite beat bbc by 10
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PostSubject: Results for All BC Teams   Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:10 pm

U 17 Division

Drive Elite (3-1)
Pool A
W vs. Sagebrush Hoops 75-45
W vs. Team ACCESS 65-46
W vs. Idaho Select Black 50-39
Platinum Bracket Playoff
L vs. EW Elite Red

BBC Elite (3-3)
Pool B
L vs. FOH Blue 47-57
L vs. Clutch Players Silver 51-54
W vs. Elite 24 Black 54-50
Gold Bracket Playoff
W vs. Idaho Select Gold
W vs. RBCA Rise
L vs. AthElite

Athelite (5-2)
Pool E
W vs. ECBA Force 59-36
W vs. EW Elite Black 74-48
L vs. Oregon Stars Red 68-69
Gold Bracket Playoff
W vs. One Pass Ahead
W vs. Team ACCESS
W vs. BBC Elite
L vs. OR Pump & Run

Allball Black (2-2)
Pool F
L vs. FOH Red 52-72
W vs. AIP Elite 68-59
W vs. SE WA Battle 58-36
Gold Bracket Playoff
L vs. OR Pump & Run

One Pass Ahead (3-1)
Pool I
W vs. Riverside 44-36
W vs. Steelers 53-32
W vs. NW PaNthers Black 63-48
Gold Bracket Playoff
L vs. AthElite

BBC Select (1-3)
Pool J
L vs. RCBA Rise 61-67
L vs. Puyallup Vikings 59-71
W vs. EW Heat 60-44
Silver Bracket Playoff
L vs. AIP Elite

Victoria Prep (2-2)
Pool K
W vs. HoopStar 52-48
W vs. Idaho Full Throttle 71-67
L vs. CBA Select 54-65
Silver Bracket Playoff
L vs. Roots Basketball

Allball Grey (3-2)
Pool L
L vs. Wake 44-61
W vs. Oregon Stars Black 81-74
W vs. SSBA Black 70-62
Silver Bracket Playoff
W vs. DAP Hoops
L vs. SE WA Battle

Vancity (2-1)
Pool N
W vs. Thunder 59-58
W vs. Elite 24 Volt 76-68
Gold Bracket Playoff
L vs. Chaffey


U16 Division

Drive Elite (1-3)
Pool O
L vs. Team ACCESS Orange 53-57
W vs. Oregon Ice 53-38
L vs. Rotary Select II 46-60
Platinum Bracket Playoff
L vs. ACCESS White

BBC Elite (3-3)
Pool P
L vs. Oregon D1 Amb. 51-62
L vs. Idaho Select Red 39-67
L vs. NW Panthers 40-64
Gold Bracket Playoff
W vs. Hoopstar
W vs. Elite 24
W vs. NW Greyhounds
BBC Elite-U16 Gold Bracket Champions

BBC Select (1-4)
Pool S
L vs. Idaho Select White 34-47
L vs. Elite 24 64-74
L vs. Seattle Swish 23-61
Silver Bracket Playoff
W vs. FOH 16u Red
L vs. AthElite

3D (0-4)
Pool T
L vs. Clutch Players Navy 17-50
L vs. FOH Red 49-52
L vs. Hoopstar 36-53
Silver Bracket Playoff
L vs. Idaho Select White

allBall (2-3)
Pool U
L vs. ESA Gold 44-72
L vs. Team ACCESS White 28-64
W vs. Roots Basketball 71-53
Silver Bracket Playoff
W vs. One Pass Ahead
L vs. Idaho Select White

One Pass Ahead (0-4)
Pool V
L vs. The Hoop Salem 51-58
L vs. AthElite 37-42
L vs. Total Package White 16-53
Silver Bracket Playoff
L vs. allBall

AthElite (3-3)
Pool V  
L vs. Total Package White 38-40
W vs. One Pass Ahead 42-37
L vs. The Hoop Salem 40-56
Silver Bracket Playoff
W vs. Roots Basketball
W vs. BBC Select
L vs. Idaho Select White


U 15 Divison

BBC Blue (1-3)
Pool AA
L vs. A Plus 62-70
L vs. ECBA Pioneers 36-74
W vs. The Hoop Salem 76-68
Platinum Bracket Playoff
L vs. Subway Select

Allball (1-4)
Pool BB
L vs. Boise Hoop Dreams 47-64
L vs. EW Elite Blue 51-55
L vs. FOH 15u Blue 42-71
Gold Bracket Playoff
W vs. AthElite
L vs, WA D1 Amb.

Drive Elite (4-2)
Pool DD
W vs. Chaffey 62-56
L vs. Rotary Style 8 Benard 41-55
L vs. Subway Select 54-77
Gold Bracket Playoff
W vs. Idaho Elite
W vs. LocalHOOPS
W vs. WA D1 Amb.
Drive Elite-U15 Gold Bracket Champions

Athelite (1-3)
Pool EE
L vs. FOH 15u Red 41-58
L vs. Idaho Elite 61-63
W vs. VanCity 44-30
Gold Bracket Playoff
L vs. all Ball

VanCity (0-4)
Pool EE
L vs. Idaho Elite 33-44
L vs. FOH 15u Red 38-76
L vs. AthElite 30-44
Gold Bracket Playoff
L vs. EW Elite Green

Jr. Vikes (0-3)
Pool FF
L vs. ECBA Rise 27-60
L vs. Basics 35-80
Gold Bracket Playoff
L vs. LocalHOOPS

3D Elite (1-3)
Pool GG
L vs. Total Package 9th 61-70
L vs. EW Elite Green 35-49
W vs. Drive Premier 52-47
Gold Bracket Playoff
L vs. The Hoop Salem

Drive Premier (0-4)
Pool GG
L vs. EW Elite Green 26-39
L vs. Total Package 9th 34-51
L vs. 3D Elite 47-52
Gold Bracket Playoff
L vs. Idaho Elite

BBC Red (0-4)
Pool HH
L vs. FOH 8 41-58
L vs. LocalHOOPS 59-70
L vs. Team 23 41-65
Gold Bracket Playoff
L vs. Oregon Stars
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PostSubject: Re: Premier Summer Showcase in Bellevue Washington   Tue Jul 16, 2013 5:39 pm

Scout.com write up about the Top Players at the NW Summer Showcase features Tristan Etienne & Jadon Cohee. Nice work fellas!

F Tristan Etienne, WJ Mouat, Abbostford, BC (committed to UW): Having seen Etienne once before I didn’t expect much of a change in what I saw. This time around, Etienne was a bigger shot-blocking presence on the defensive end. He probably had 12 blocks or so throughout the day, if not more, and if he didn’t block a shot, he definitely altered it. Seeing him again also allowed me to get a better feel for his size. He looks to be a solid 6-foot-9, and with his long arms he seems even bigger. Etienne also surprised many on Friday when displaying his handles. He drove down the lane multiple times and consistently used his go-to spin move. Although he wasn’t finishing very well, he was exceptional when finishing the first time I saw him. With college coaching, he will be a very solid player down the road. I see him as a definite four-year player in Lorenzo Romar’s system.

G Jadon Cohee, Walnut Grove HS, Langley BC The surprise of the day was definitely Jadon Cohee. He impressed me in so many different aspects of the game and his body is perfect for the position he plays. He stands at about 6-foot-3 or 6-foot-4 and is very fast and quick. He drove right by some of the best defenders in the tournament and drew fouls like they were nothing. He attacks the rim and is so strong he finished most of the time. He was one of the hardest players to defend not only because of his quickness, but also because of his shooting ability. He can knock down the three on a consistent basis and can find open teammates on the break easily. Cohee works very well with Tristan Etienne off of the pick and roll and that is why Drive Basketball is one of the best teams in the tournament. Cohee has mid-major offers right now from Seattle U and Portland, but is getting looks from Pac-12 schools such as Washington State, Utah and California. I expect Cohee to pick up multiple offers after the tournament is over. Recently, Steve Nash picked Cohee out of a large group of players to work with on-on-one and they now talk on a daily basis. The teachings from Nash are invaluable to Cohee. This is definitely a name to watch in the future.
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