Former GMC standouts, Marques Townes (St. Joseph’s/Cardinal McCarrick) and Jehyve Floyd (Sayreville), will be representing Middlesex County this Fourth of July Weekend in the opening round of The Basketball Tournament.
Wade Baldwin IV, shown here following through on a jumper in the 2nd half of St. Joseph’s 78-44 victory over Bishop Eustace in the 2014 NJSIAA Non-Public A South Semifinals, was one of 6 NCAA D1 players to take part in the 2013 GMCT Boys Championship between the 2nd seeded Falcons and top seeded East Brunswick, selected as the No. 1 GMCT Final of the GMC Hoops era.
As we approach the 20th Anniversary of the first game ever covered by GMC Hoops between Piscataway and East Brunswick on December 15, 2000 in East Brunswick, we look back on some of the memorable teams from the first 20 years.
As we approach the 20th Anniversary of the first game ever covered by GMC Hoops between Piscataway and East Brunswick on December 15, 2000 in East Brunswick, we look back on some of the memorable non-public teams from the first 20 years.
For the 2nd straight year, South River will be taking on Sayreville in the Friends of South Amboy Benefit Showcase. Game is set for 6:00 PM on Saturday night at South Amboy Middle-High School. This contest is one of four games scheduled in the event.
Former St. Joseph’s standout, Tyus Battle, shown here following through on a jumper against East Brunswick in January 2016, is one of 12 former Greater Middlesex Conference standouts now playing professionally. Battle is now playing for the Iowa Wolves, the G-League affiliate of the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves.