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Memphis Select | February 25, 11am-1pm, Registration starts at 10:30am | 4th and 5th grade | Location: Lausanne Collegiate School 1381 West Massey, 38120 | Contact: Pam Pointer 901-270-0608, Curtis Jones 901-406-9737

Location Change -- Memphis Future Stars | February 26 | 5, 6, 7th graders | 5th (3pm-4pm); 6/7th (4pm-5pm) | Location: Fairley High School 4950 Fairley Rd, 38109 | Contact: Coach Price - memphisfutures1@comcast.net

Memphis Select | March 11, 11am-2pm, Registration starts at 10:30am | 9, 10, 11th grade | Location: Lausanne Collegiate School 1381 West Massey, 38120 | Contact: Ruberto Lawson 901-262-8531, Curtis Jones 901-406-9737

Team Slink | March 11 12pm-4pm | Location: McFarland Community Center 4955 Cottonwood, 38118 | Contact: John McGraw 646-773-5699

Memphis Future Stars | March 25 | 9th graders | Time: TBA | Location: Ridgeway Baptist Church 2500 Ridgeway Rd, 38119 | Contact: Coach Price - memphisfutures1@comcast.net

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

National Exposure Basketball Tennessee Turkey Jamm Recap

National Exposure Basketball was in attendance of the 2016 Tennessee Turkey Jamm. This is what they had to say about several Memphis teams:

Houston High School (Memphis, TN)

Houston is a relatively young group as well. Despite the youth, Houston is loaded with Division 1 players. Jayla Hemingway led the way in scoring in both games for Houston, but is also surrounded with a host of D-1 guards in '17 unsigned senior Shaela Gardner as well as '19 Madison Griggs and '20 PG Destiny Wells. UT-Chatt. signee, Rochelle Lee, held her own in the post throughout both games. Houston is one of the top teams out of Memphis this year and could very easily represent the west part of the state at the state tournaments.

White Station High School (Memphis, TN)

White Station found themselves in an uphill battle against a great Hamilton Heights team the first night, but bounced back the second day and gave Norcross all they wanted. Although White Station dropped both games, the big game experience they received could be beneficial in the long run. White Station had the most consistent play from UT-Martin signee, Zaire Hicks. Hicks was very competitive in both games and more than held her own. '18 Brittni Moore played very well against Norcross en route to an 18 point performance. She showcased her strength to score the ball around the bucket, and also knocking down the 3-ball. White Station also has '17's Taelor Manning, Kyla Harris, Kayla Bradley and Tamia Jones, who are uncommitted seniors that will all play college ball.

Read entire Part 1 recap

Olive Branch High School (Olive Branch, MS)

Olive Branch picked up two convincing wins this weekend. Mississippi State signee, Myah Taylor, did her usual going for 30 in the first game and 16 in the second game. She also had help at the guard position from '18 Mahogany Vaught and '20 Endya Buford. Vaught is an under-recruited guard that D-1's should be inquiring about. She played solid basketball over the two days. Buford looked best in the second game as she went on a tear of scoring points, making great passes, and being a stingy defender. '18 Katie Blackmon also contributed with rebounds and points in the post position.

Read entire Part 1 recap

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