A short 2021 high school basketball season didn’t stop the top players in New Jersey to make a MAJOR impact. Jersey Sports Zone proudly announces our five finalists for our player of the year award. Watch our highlight reels from the best of the best from the Garden State and learn more about JSZ’s post-season coverage which begins next week. Mr.
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Our week long celebration of the 2021 season concludes with the presentation of JSZ’s Mr. and Miss Hoop Zone. Watch highlight videos of every one of our honorees. The New Jersey high school basketball community made the most of a shortened 2021 high school basketball season. Even though there was a maximum of 15 games and no state playoffs, it didn’t stop great players from around the state to shine and make the most of their limited opportunities.
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Jersey Sports Zone has highlights of the top girls basketball players in New Jersey as we present our 2020 JSZ All-Zone girls basketball team. While the coronavirus has stopped us from our annual banquet honoring the top boys and girls basketball players in the state, that doesn’t stop us from celebrating the accomplishments of New Jersey’s top players.
Jersey Sports Zone celebrates the 2017-2018 high school basketball season with our JSZ Basketball Boys/Girls Banquet. The top high school basketball players from New Jersey will be honored. JSZ will also honor our Top Plays of the Week and Plays of the Year winners. Our awards ceremony will feature high definition highlights of every player being honored.
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Wilcher – a native of nearby Plainfield, New Jersey – was a Jersey Sports Zone Non-Public All-Zone team selection as a sophomore after averaging 12.3 points per game for the 12-3 Lions. His best performance came on January 25 when he recorded a 25 point, 11 rebound, 10 assist triple-double in a 101-75 win over St. Joseph (Met.).
The action around the state picks up with the penultimate weekend of high school basketball. JSZ’s Saturday highlights included buzzer-beaters, McDonald’s All-Americans and much more. Enjoy! Camden 78 Lenape 56 | Boys The High moved another step closer to a perfect season, handling the Indians in an Olympic Conference clash.