The Greater Middlesex Conference will have a new alignment cycle for boys basketball for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons.
Brien Dunphy II, Calvary Christian’s all time leading scorer, shown here soaring to the rim during pre-game warm-ups prior to the start of a GMC Gold Division contest versus East Brunswick Tech at Sportika in Manalapan on January 3rd, recently announced his commitment to attend Lancaster Bible College of the North Eastern Athletic Conference.
Kelsey Ransom, shown here following through on a shot in the 2nd half of St. Thomas Aquinas’ win over Monroe in the 2020 GMCT Girls Championship, was tourney MVP as the Lady Trojans won their 2nd straight crown.
Both Sayreville and J.F. Kennedy will be in action in 2020 GMCT Play-In Round Games on Saturday morning and afternoon.
St. Joseph’s, led by its senior guard, K-Shawn Schulters, looks to be the top seed in the upcoming 2020 GMCT when seeding takes place on Friday morning in Spotswood.
Greg Machos gives his thoughts on which team will receive the top seed, and where other teams will be seeded in the upcoming 2020 GMCT.
Somerset Tech shown in this photo in the dark uniforms, and competing against Perth Amboy Tech in the opening round of the 2019 Central Jersey Group I State Playoffs, will be joining the Greater Middlesex Conference for the 2020-21 season.
Senior Brien Dunphy II helped Calvary Christian come away with the 2019 Valley Forge University Patriot Invitational on the Christmas break.
Senior Brien Dunphy II, the all time leading scorer at Calvary Christian, will be leading the Lions when they compete in the 2019 Valley Forge University Patriot Holiday Invitational.
Former North Brunswick standout, Delano Whitfield, shown here directing traffic against South Brunswick in the 2018 Brunswick Classic in East Brunswick last season is one of 58 former Greater Middlesex Conference standouts now playing in college. Whitfield is now playing for NCAA Division II Goldey-Beacom College in Delaware.