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All-LHBCA 1st Team honors, tribute videos

The Lower Hudson Basketball Coaches Association voted recently for the highest honors for the 2017-18 season and the award winners were revealed at Tuesday’s banquet through video tributes. PHOTOS: Check out Lonnie Webb’s photo gallery from Tuesday’s banquet here Mount Vernon standout Jason Douglas-Stanley was named Mr. Basketball. Watch Douglas-Stanley’s video here. Here are all the honorees and the videos

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Mount Vernon’s Jason Douglas-Stanley honored as Section 1’s Mr. Basketball (video)

The Lower Hudson Basketball Coaches Association, which emcompasses all schools from Section 1, honored its players and coaches at an awards banquet on Tuesday night at the Doubletree Hotel in Tarrytown. The evening culminated with Jason Doulgas-Stanley of Mount Vernon being named Mr. Basketball for the 2017-18 season. Douglas-Stanley, who’ll play at George Mason, averaged an area-best 29.3 points per

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Breakdown, KDJ picks for state basketball regional finals

Four boys and two girls basketball teams from Section 1 are a win away from a berth in the state final four. Five of those six games are scheduled for Pace University this weekend, starting with tonight’s Class AA boys and girls doubleheader. Road to a State Title:┬áNYSPHSAA Tournament Results and Schedule of how each team advanced to this point

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Knights are Gold again, begin state title quest (video)

Cinderella showed up late Pace University on Saturday afternoon. And Mount Vernon showed her a quick exit. Ramapo, the highest seed to ever play for a Section 1 championship at No. 18, had travel restrictions bus following Friday’s storm, preventing them from driving over the Tappan Zee Bridge. The team bus instead had to go over the Bear Mountain Bridge,

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Inside the Opening Round: Suffern upsets New Ro, Greeley awaits, more from AA boys

Almost every coach religiously follow the Bracketology playoff projections throughout the season, refreshing the page on the final days of the season an extra hundred times or so to figure out what exactly their first-round matchup will be. Suffern coach Scott Wright had an eye on the No. 12 spot in the final hours, knowing he’d lose a tiebreaker with

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