Crusaders Lead Area High Schools!
Crusaders Earn All-Metro Honors 2011!!
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Milford Mills, senior, forward
• Co-Captian, three year starter,
won back to back state titles
• Athletic, averaged 14.3points, 11 rebounds, and 6 blocked shots, All Baltimore County First Team
Led Millers to 72-9 mark — undefeated in Baltimore County — during three years as a starter
Loyal University Class of 2015
|Milford Mill, senior, guard|
• Co-Captain, three-year starter was glue to back-to-back state title teams
• Versatile and consistent,
averaged 10.5 points, four rebounds, 2.5 assists, All Baltimore County First Team
• Led Millers to 72-9 mark
— undefeated in Baltimore County — during three years as a starter
Colgate University Class of 2015
John Carroll, senior, guard
• Co-captain could score from perimeter or explode to basket, averaging
15.6 points, 4.2 assists, 2.4 steals this season.
• Named BCL co-Player of the Year, tournament MVP, All-MIAA
• Finished his four years of varsity with 1,349 career points, 388 assists, 372 rebounds, 199 steals
Central Connecticut University Class of 2015
Milford Mills Wins!!
Second Straight 3ANorth Title
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Player of the Year!!!
Leads Dunbar to 1A North Title!!
|Pictured are Crusaders Ike McCray, Troy Parker, Chase Cormier, Tevin Hanner and Katrell Myers|
Teams Loaded with Crusaders in the Baltimore Sun Top 15!
December 21, 2010 Poll
|1. St. Frances ||6-0||2|| |
|2. City||4-1||1|| |
|3. Mount St. Joseph||8-2||3|
Trey Clinton, Brian Morton, David
Windsor, Gavin Stephenson
|5. Milford Mill||4-0||6|| Chase Cormier, Tevin Hanner, Ike McCray, Katrell Myers, Troy Parker,
|6. John Carroll||12-0||7|| Malcolm McMillan|
|8. Dunbar||4-0||9|| Iakeem Alston|
|9. Oakland Mills||6-0||10|| |
|10. Lake Clifton||3-0||11|| |
|11. Forest Park||4-1||12|| |
|12. Digital Harbor||3-2||5|| |
|13. Old Mill||4-0||—|| |
|14. Glenelg Country||5-1||14|| |
|15. Douglass||4-0||15|| Anthony Smith|
Amoung other teams considered: Archbishop Spalding (6-5) Chris Kempt
McMillan leading undefeated No. 6 John Carroll
averaging 16 points and 5.3 assists, has Patriots in hunt for MIAA 'A,' BCL crowns
Baltimore Sun Article
Ask Malcolm McMillan what his favorite basketball
memory is, and he comes up empty trying to find that one special moment. He loves them all. But with the surging Patriots
ranked No. 6 in the area poll with a 14-0 record, he just might be able to find one in the near future with the team in strong
contention for championships in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference as well as the Baltimore Catholic
League. As the Patriots point guard, the 6-foot McMillan is doing a lot of everything with the ability to score, set up teammates
and play hassling defense. He's averaging 16 points, 5.3 assists and 2.7 steals in his fourth season as a starter, showing
strong leadership as a captain with hard work that starts in practice. McMillan, who has a B average in the classroom, has
signed to play at Central Connecticut with plans to major in sports management.
QUESTION: What's going to
be the key for the team having continued success this season?
ANSWER: Right now, the season is going great
for us. But we know we have to continue to work hard because as we're getting better every day, everybody else is getting
better also. We have to come out and work hard every day.
Q: What do you enjoy most about playing point guard?
A: The point guard is the leader on the floor,
like the coach on the floor. I like that the ball is in my hands and I get to make the tough decisions.
Do you have a best moment on the court?
A: Not really. I just like being out there with my teammates and having
Q: What do you think about John Carroll now being a member of the Baltimore Catholic League?
It's very big. Coach [ Tony Martin] was in the BCL when he was at Spalding and always tells us how fun
it is. It's a great opportunity.
Q: What's it like being a high school senior?
A: For some
people, it can be kind of worrisome because it's their last year and they have to figure out what they're doing after high
school. But I'm pretty calm because I already know where I'm going, so I'm taking it day by day and having fun with
Q: Is there an exact minute when you knew Central Connecticut was the school for you?
A: I'd say
it was when I was just chilling with the team after a practice. I just felt right at home and wanted to stay. I knew
it was the place for me.
Q: What has been the best part about 2010?
A: The winning streak we're enjoying
right now. The confidence level gets higher and higher every game we win. We just know we can do it.
do you enjoy most about the holiday season?
A: I enjoy spending time with my family.
Dunbar 1A State Champs!!
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Iakeem scored 13 in the 4th, lead Poets to 12th state
crown. Dunbar hold off Ownings Mills 64- 53! Baltimore Sun
|Derrell made 7 3-point shots in the semi's to tie a state record!|
Mill 3A State Champs!!
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| Ike on the rim!|| Tevin hard to the basket!||Senior
Forward Jimmy Hamilton had 10 and contianed Thomas Stones Front Line. ||Senior Guard Anthony Goode scored a game high 13.|
| ||Chase Comier&Ryan Jackson|
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David's defense and seven points help Number 2 Mount
St. Joe defeat Calvet Hall 60 to 53.
Nick Smoot hit a big three in overtime to help Cardinal Gibbons prevail 48-46 over Spalding.
Baltimore Sun Article
ESPN Rise Article
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Isaiah is quoted in the Baltimore
Sun; "You're only as good as your last quarter in high school toward your education, you're only as good as your last
basketball game, and you're only as good as your last relationship with somebody."
"There are a lot of talented young point guards in Baltimore, a few other kids
in Malcom's class (the Maryland prep class of 2011) who have very big reputations and are well known,
but, for my money, none of them are as good or has accomplished as much or played as well as Malcom,." quote from ESPNRISE.com.
Click here to read full article: http://sports.espn.go.com/highschool/rise/basketball/boys/news/story?id=4598347
|Staton Had 19 to lead Edmondson to a 76 -52 victory over
Aberdeen.||Justin is one of the leading scorers in Ann Arundel County
averaging 22.7ppg with a high game of 25 points for Glen Burnie High. |
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|Brandon scored 22 points to lead Long Reach High to victory
over Glenelg High 62-58.|
Derrell Had 32 to help Dunbar high
defeat Southside 61-31.
Isaiah McCray and
Leads Gibbons to Championship!
Spark Milford to Title!
Wednesday night, in the championship game of
the O. Ray Mullis at Classic, Dylon scored 33 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the host Gibbons to a 65-57 win over
No. 9 Digital Harbor, at Gibbon. Dylon was named Tournament MVP.
Jimmy Hamilton average 19ppg and Tevin Hanner (not picture) average 12ppg to help Milford Mill
to finals of their Hoilday Tournament. Isaiah McCray scored 35 points in the championship game to lead Milford over River
A Force at Hammond High!
Making and Impact at Kima!
|Cedric Blossom led the way for Hammond with 25 points, however, Hammond
lost a buzzer beater on the road against Duval, 62-61, in its season opener Friday night. ||Juwan had 14 points and 13 rebounds as KIMA defeats
Silver Oak Academy!|
Crusaders Help "Stack"
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|Crusaders, Trey Clinton, Brian Morton,
Gavin Stephenson and David Windsor are a big part of what the Baltimore Sun calls a "stacked
line-up" at Mount St. Joseph. Junior Trey Clinton had 9 points, 3 blocks and 5 rebounds in MSJ’s win at Mt
Carmel and followed that up with 16 points, 4 assist and one blocked shot in the Wednesday’s (12/2/09) game against
St. Mary's. Brian Morton, also a junior, added 4 points, 2 rebounds and steals in the St. Mary's game. As
he is for the Crusader Nation, Brian is also the defensive stopper for MSJ. Junior David Windsor starts at the point
and sophomore Gavin Stephenson is the first man off the bench. MSJ is raked 4th in the early season polls.|
Makes All Tournament Team
Scores Double Double!
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was selected for the All Tournament Team at the Mid-Atlantic Invitational Tournament, at St. Maria Goretti. Malcolm averaged 16.5ppg in leading
John Carroll to the tournament championship game. Hobbled in the second half of the championship, Malcolm managed only
8 points as John Carroll fell to national power Benedictine (VA). Malcolm is averaging 14.5ppg over the first four games
of the season.|
Kempt had 13 points and 10 rebounds to help Gibbons defeat Annapolis Area Christian School.
Lance Harris and Aaron McCall
Lance and Ray Holden
|Crusader Aaron McCall (17U Gold) led Chaplegate to the Arlington Baptist Tournament
Championship over Grace Baptist led by Crusader Ray Holder (16U). Lance Harris sat out the Championship
game with a leg injury.|