Jonathan Livingston, shown here pulling up for a shot in the paint over a Hillsborough defender in the 3rd Place Game of the 2019 Hillsborough Holiday Hoops Tourney, has announced that he will be attending Claflin University in South Carolina this fall.
Piscataway’s Tyree Barba-Bey, shown here keeping possession of the basketball in the 2nd half against New Brunswick in the 2019 GMCT Semifinals, has announced his commitment to attend Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia next year.
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.
Piscataway’s Kaelonn Wilson, shown here putting up a shot over South River’s Ashley Fischer, in the 2020 Greater Middlesex Conference Girls Tournament Quarterfinals at Middlesex County College on February 22nd. Wilson verbally committed to the University of Buffalo this past Sunday.
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 Group 4 teams from the first 20 years.
The Greater Middlesex Conference will have a new alignment cycle for boys basketball for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons.
Jonathan Livingston, shown here drawing contact on a shot attempt versus Hillsborough in the Consolation Game of the 2019 Hillsborough Holiday Hoops Tournament last December, has narrowed his college choice to four schools.
Piscataway’s Keshawn Peterson-Fish, shown here following through on a jump shot against CBA in the Aliyah Outscores Diabetes Showcase at Marist High School on January 26th, has recently committed to play for NCAA D3 school, Rutgers-Camden, of the NJAC.
Derrick Grant, shown here jamming home a two handed slam in an early season game against J.P. Stevens back in December 2018, played a huge role securing St. Thomas Aquinas’ first GMCT crown since 1992.