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January 14, 2013
Through Saturday. Player   School   G   Pts   Avg.    Stefano Okoro   Gloucester    9   243   27.0 Christ'n Mortellite    Hammonton   11   261   23.7 Myles Powell   Medford Tech    9   204   22.7 Rash'n Holloway    Schalick    10    224   22.4 Xavier Lundy    Paulsboro    9   200   22.2 Francis Christian   Wildwood    9   196   21.7 ...
SPORTS
March 2, 2012
Here are some of the top scorers in Southeastern Pennsylvania basketball. Statistics through Wednesday. Boys Player   School   Gms.   Pts.   Avg.    Nadir Matthews   Bodine   17   494   29.1    Savon Goodman   Constitution   26   676   26.0    Jordan Reed   Wissahickon   26   646   24.8    Larry Webster   Parkway West   20   484   24.2    Ben Holl   Friends Select   22   502   22.8    Jamal Nwaniemeka   Conwell-Egan   23   502   21.8    Tim Abruzzo   Pennridge   22   470   21.4    Steve Vasturia   St.
SPORTS
June 16, 2010
Villanova assistant basketball coach Doug West is leaving the school for a business opportunity, according to a source. West, a 1989 Villanova graduate, spent 3 years on Jay Wright's staff. He will be replaced by Keith Urgo, who is being promoted from manager of basketball operations. Baker Dunleavy, who played at Villanova from 2002 to '06, will replace Urgo. Dunleavy is the son of former Sixers player and NBA head coach Mike Dunleavy. An official announcement is expected today.
NEWS
September 20, 2000
The sacking of Indiana University's head basketball coach, Bob Knight, has been a little like evicting the Pope from the Vatican. His three-decade pontificate has included three national championships, 11 conference titles, an Olympic victory and the fourth best all-time record in college basketball. For decades this record was enough for the university to excuse his fatal flaw, an uncontrollable temper abetted by an almost superhuman arrogance. . .For all his thuggishness, Mr. Knight ran a squeaky-clean program, and he made sure that his athletes graduated, but . . . he plainly thought he was above the law. Whatever his effect on college sport, his passing will reverberate through a state where . . . the fondest dream of every lanky teenager had been to play for Bobby Knight.
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