Westchester (Calif.) defeated Scott County (Ky.) 42-41, scoring the winning point with 26 seconds to play Monday night in the Beach Ball Classic championship game at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
Scores and game recaps of the four games played Monday aside from the championship game on the final day of the 38th Beach Ball Classic at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. North Crowley (Texas) took third place.
Perennial Nevada power Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas, University of West Virgina and Dorman from South Carolina have committed to compete in the 2019 Beach Ball Classic at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
Because Myrtle Beach High won the Class 4A state football championship and the season was pushed back a week because of weather earlier in the season, four Seahawks basketball players have only recently joined the team.
Scores and game recaps of the seven games played Saturday on Day 4 of the 38th Beach Ball Classic. Scott County (Ky.) and Westchester (Calif.)/North Crowley (Texas) advanced to the championship game scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Jacob Pritchett and his family have been Beach Ball Classic ambassador’s since 2003, and his recovery from surgery to remove a malignant brain tumor has been aided by a bond with the St. Edward (Ohio) basketball team.
University (W.Va.) High point guard Kaden Metheny put on a shooting display Wednesday night in the Beach Ball Classic, tying the tournament record for the most three-point field goals in a game with nine against Cox Mill (N.C.).
Scores and game recaps of the six games played Friday on Day 3 of the 38th Beach Ball Classic. Scott County (Ky.), North Little Rock (Ark.), Westchester (Calif.) and North Crowley (Texas) advanced to the semifinals.
Archbishop Stepinac (N.Y.) sophomore shooting guard A.J. Griffin has a family life that revolves around basketball. His father, Adrian Griffin Sr., is a former NBA player, his brother, Alan, plays at Illinois and his sister has signed with UConn.
Florence (Miss.) High’s Jaylen Forbes showed off the game Wednesday in an opening-round loss to North Little Rock (Ark.) that he displayed during summer tournament ball and led Alabama to offer him a scholarship.
Scores and a roundup from the opening day of the Beach Ball Classic at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. High school basketball teams from Arkansas, Kentucky, New York and North Carolina advanced with victories.
New teams are bringing new talent to the Beach Ball Classic this week to compete with some returning powers at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Seven of the 16 teams are competing in the tournament for the first time.
The Crescent Bank Holiday Invitational girls high school basketball and Carolinas Challenge women’s college basketball event in Myrtle Beach are expanding. The high school tournament will have 32 teams this season and the college event will increase to seven games with teams including North Carolina, Coastal Carolina, Auburn and Rice.
Several high school basketball played included in ESPN’s recruiting rankings for the next three classes will be part of the 2018 Beach Ball Classic field. There are seven total players ranked by ESPN who will compete in December.
Trevin Wade, the shortest player on the 2017 Beach Ball Classic champion Montverde Academy (Fla.) team by five inches at 5-foot-10, jumped over a 7-foot-1 teammate to win the tournament dunk contest that took place following the championship game Saturday night at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.