#TeamPSB Summer Invitational Recap: TeamEBA Bracket July 27, 2012

Sierra Calhoun, the No. 9 ranked prospect in the 2014 class by ESPN HoopGurlz, showed her full arsenal of skills during the Summer Invitational. *Photo by Ty Freeman

MARIETTA, Ga. – The Summer Invitational was jammed packet with talent. In the TeamEBA bracket alone there were five players who are ranked in the top 25 nationally by ESPN HoopGurlz. The match-ups in the early rounds were good as three games were decided by ten points or less. Here write my finance class papers is a quick glance at how the bracket shaped up.

By: Jonathan Hemingway

Featured Game

Gauchos NYC Jr. versus West VA Thunder

TeamEBA Bracket

Gauchos NYC Jr. – Earl Elliotte
Road to the Ship:
1st Round 63-60 over Knoxville Lady Panthers Gold
2nd Round 67-43 over Big South Dream Team Blue

West Virginia Thunder 2014 – Scott Johnson
Road to the Ship:
1st Round 59-50 plastic surgery argumentative essay over Douglasville Lady Tigers
2nd Round 66-60 over San Antonio’s Finest Blue

A complete contrast of basketball styles were featured in this title game. The Gauchos out of New York City relied heavily upon transition offense and pressure defense to power their attack. Whereas the Thunder from West Virginia almost live and die by the three point shot. The Gauchos were led by Sierra Calhoun and Zaire O’Neal who are both top 25 prospects as listed by vietnam war research paper ESPN HoopGurlz. On the other side the three headed backcourt monster of Jenna Burdette, Griffin Dempsey and Mychal Johnson are all listed in the 2014 class as top recruits. However, it would be a less heralded player who would steal the show for the Gauchos. Malia Tate Defritas a 5 foot 7 guard dominated the game in nearly every way possible.

Watch the full game here:

Jonathan Hemingway is the Assistant Director of Scouting for the JumpOffPlus.com. The service is used by more than 150 colleges and universities nationwide. He also serves on the selection committee for the EBA All-American, Fab Five and Super 64 Camps. He has been involved in the community since 2002 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him via email at [email protected] and follow him on twitter @JLHemingway