Tag: Ed Huckaby
Fishburne Military School postgraduate basketball coach Ed Huckaby was “surprised” when he learned Monday that the school was disbanding its PG program after a six-year run.
The Fishburne postgrad basketball team was focused on its game Tuesday night at nationally-ranked Hargrave. The Bridgewater College JV team was living in the here and now.
Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball has a busy week ahead, with games against Ridgeview Prep (N.C.) and Hargrave Military sandwiched around a home tilt against the Bridgewater College JVs.
Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball coach Ed Huckaby talks with Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham after the Caissons’ 86-74 loss to IMG Academy on Sunday.
A 14-1 Fishburne run gave the Caissons the lead at the half, and FMS maintained a safe lead in the final 20 minutes in posting a 92-84 win Thursday night in the Best Western Caisson Shootout.
Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball coach Ed Huckaby and Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham preview the Best Western Caisson Shootout.
Inside Fishburne PG Basketball returns with host Chris Graham and FMS coach Ed Huckaby. The show starts with a look back at National Signing Day, which saw seven Fishburne recruits sign National Letters of Intent.
Fishburne postgrad basketball coach Ed Huckaby jumped at the opportunity to hire Mel Abrams to be his lead assistant.
Jeremy Harris can score the ball. What Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball coach Ed Huckaby thinks the 6’7” commit to Coastal Carolina needs to work on is his defense.
Interviews with Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball coach Ed Huckaby and point guard Nelson Maxwell after the Caissons’ 63-61 loss to the U.S. Naval Academy JV team on Saturday, Nov. 8.
This week’s Inside Fishburne PG Basketball looks back at the Caissons’ 93-71 win over New River last weekend and then jumps ahead to a big weekend at FMS with the Postgrad Tipoff Challenge.
Devenir Duruisseau is from LA, but the 6’9”,240-pound power forward at Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, Va.) isn’t necessarily of LA.
The fourth-ranked Fishburne postgrad basketball team wore down a scrappy New River CC team for a 93-71 pounding Saturday afternoon in Waynesboro.
This week marks the debut of Inside Fishburne PG Basketball with FMS coach Ed Huckaby and Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham. The first show of the 2014-2015 season features an interview with Devenir Duruisseau, a 6’9″, 240-pound forward from Los Angeles who has committed to the University of Washington.
The Virginia Tech JV team hung around for a while with success at the free-throw line, but the Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball team pulled away in the second half to post a 114-88 win on Sunday in Waynesboro, Va.
Fishburne Military School head postgraduate basketball coach Ed Huckaby announced today the additions of Mel Abrams, Donte Hill and Steve Jecewiz to his coaching staff for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Two Fishburne Military School postgrad standouts from the 2013-2014 team that competed in the National Prep Championships made commitments this week to continue their careers at the college level.
Fishburne Military School combo guard James Rucker (6’4’, 185, Knightdale, N.C.) has committed to Division II power Mount Olive (N.C.). Rucker announced the commitment on Saturday.
Rising junior point guard Teven Jones seemed very much noncommittal about his future at UVa. following the Cavs’ 61-59 loss to Michigan State in the Sweet 16 Friday night in Madison Square Garden.
Down 11 with 5:44 to go, Fishburne stormed back with a 16-5 run to tie defending national champion Northfield Mount Hermon with 1:03 left, but an AJ Brodeur layup with 47 seconds left gave NMH the lead for good in an eventual 62-59 final.
Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball coach Ed Huckaby talks about the 2014 National Prep Championships, which begin tomorrow in New Haven, Conn. AFP editor Chris Graham interviews Huckaby about the matchups and the Caissons’ hopes for bringing a national championship home with them to Waynesboro, Va.
Fourth-ranked Fishburne swept a pair of weekend games at the Massanutten Invitational, defeating Shooting4Greatness Academy 83-70 on Friday and defeating Mount Zion Prep 74-65 on Saturday.
Tavarius Shine hit a halfcourt shot at the first-half buzzer to give #10 Fork Union a 37-36 halftime lead over #4 Fishburne. Then the Caissons stormed out of the locker room with a 19-3 run in the first 3:49 of the second half and never looked back en route to posting a 94-73 win Tuesday in Waynesboro, Va.
The Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball team hadn’t played in a week. “Guys were getting tired of beating up on each other in practice,” said assistant coach Aaron Drakeford after the Caissons’ 94-62 win over Virginia Western on Sunday in Waynesboro, Va.
Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball coach Ed Huckaby and point guard Jordon Talley talk about the 101-95 win for FMS over Hargrave Military Academy on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014.
Hargrave had a 10-point lead with 5:17 to go. Fishburne had Jordon Talley. Talley had a hand in 16 FMS points in the final 5:17, and the Caissons closed out the Tigers on a 21-5 scoring run to take a 101-95 win in a matchup of two national Top 5 teams Tuesday night in Waynesboro, Va.
Tre Harris hit a tie-breaking three with 1:13 to go, and second-ranked Fishburne held on in the final minute to post an 85-81 win over #10 Massanutten Thursday night in Waynesboro.
Teven Jones can dunk. First time I saw him at the start of his postgrad year at Fishburne Military School, he stole the show in a dunk contest that FMS coach Ed Huckaby arranged for cadets and kids from the Waynesboro YMCA.
Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball coach Ed Huckaby talks about his team’s 15-3 start and a big weekend of games coming up at Hargrave Military Academy.
The Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball knew it was in for a tough game after a nearly month-long layoff. The Caissons almost got more than what they wanted.
The Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball program has scaled a new height: the top of the national polls. For the first time in the program’s five-year history, the Caissons are #1 in the country, on the strength of back-to-back wins in this weekend’s FMS Best Western Caisson Shootout.
Fishburne Military School’s postgrad basketball team is ranked #2 in the Dec. 2 NextUp Recruits national PG basketball poll. FMS (9-1) swept three games at the Nov. 15-17 Kiski School National Prep Tourney and two games at the Nov. 22-23 NERR Prep Showcase, including a 74-69 overtime win over #6 New Hampton on Nov. 23.
Maryland-Baltimore County is getting what Fishburne Military School postgrad coach Ed Huckaby thinks is a major-conference talent in Lamell Washington (6’7”, 215, Frederick, Md.). Washington cited reasons not entirely involving basketball for his decision to sign his National Letter of Intent with UMBC on Wednesday.
Fishburne Military School guard Tre’ Harris made it official on Wednesday. After committing last month to Kansas State, Harris (6’5”, 180, Glen Carbon, Ill.) signed his National Letter of Intent to join the Wildcats and coach Bruce Weber.
Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball coach Ed Huckaby thinks for a minute, and then it hits him who Chris Wray (6’7”, 175, Shelby, N.C.) reminds him of. “The Plastic Man, Stacy Augmon,” Huckaby said, referencing the former UNLV star and long-time NBA veteran known for his defense and all-around game.
Mo Sallah came to the U.S. from his native Gambia four years ago as a soccer player never having played basketball. The 6’8”, 205-pounder at Fishburne Military School is now a Division I recruit, signing his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday with Mount St. Mary’s.
We already know where Jabari Craig (Southern Cal) and Tre’ Harris (Kansas State) are going. What about the other members of the 2013-2014 Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball program? You can wait until National Signing Day on Wednesday, or you can ask FMS PG coach Ed Huckaby.
Fishburne Military School basketball player Jabari Craig announced on Twitter Thursday morning that he has verbally committed to Southern Cal.
Lamell Washington (6’7”, 215, Frederick, Md.) is ready to get to work.
Johnathan Mills can relate to the players under his wing at Fishburne Military School.