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Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball players Tre Harris, Jordon Talley and Shamiek Sheppard talk about the 2014 National Prep Championships, which begin tomorrow in New Haven, Conn. AFP editor Chris Graham interviews the players 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.
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.
The Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball team, currently ranked #2 in the nation in the NextUp Top 10, topped the Lancers of St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy 81-64 Monday night in Waynesboro.
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.
Tre’ Harris has already signed with Kansas State, so it’s not like Bruce Weber needed to do any selling on the Fishburne Military School combo guard. But Weber was in Waynesboro just the same on Saturday to see Harris (6’5, 180, Glen Carbon, Ill.) score 13 points to help the second-ranked Caissons postgrad basketball team to a 76-63 win over Kiski School (Pa.).
Kiski led #2 Fishburne by as many as nine points in the first half, but the Caissons took control with defense in a strong second-half performance that lifted FMS to a 76-63 win at the FMS Best Western Caisson Shootout.
Down one at the break, the Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball team turned up the intensity on defense on Miller School in the second half in a 107-87 win Thursday night in the opener of the FMS Best Western Caisson Shootout.
Eleven of the top prep basketball teams in country will be at Fishburne Military School this week for the Best Western Plus 2013 Caisson Shootout. The host school Fishburne’s postgrad basketball team headlines the event, which also features Fork Union Military Academy, Hargrave Military Academy, Massanutten Military Academy and Miller School.
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.
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.
Tre’ Harris had 20 points to help Fishburne overcome a sluggish defensive effort en route to posting a 111-85 win over New River Community College Thursday in the opener of the 2013 Holiday Inn Express-Waynesboro Tip-Off Challenge.
The Fishburne Military School 2013 Holiday Inn Express-Waynesboro Tip-Off Challenge will bring some of the top prep basketball talent in the country to Waynesboro Nov. 7-9. Top recruits playing in the tournament include FMS stars Tre’ Harris (Kansas State), Jabari Craig (Southern Cal) and Jordan Tyson (St. Bonaventure).
Tre Harris caught the attention of Kansas State coaches the first week of practice at Fishburne Military School in September. The Illinois postgrad decided on Sunday to commit to the 2013 Big 12 runnerup.