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September 24, 2020
Girl’s Open Run: Names to Know

The First Annual Girl’s Open Run is in the books and the dust has settled. Some players boosted their stocks while others started their stories. With the school ball season upon us, we encourage all high school coaches and statisticians to keep us informed and updated throughout the year and beyond. Please email us at…

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September 24, 2020
Boy’s Open Run: Wrap up

Warner Robins, GA — We end the Boy’s Open Run coverage with a wrap-up piece highlighting our final 10 prospects. Related Boy’s Open Run Notes: Part 1 Boy’s Open Run Notes: Part 2 Cam Perkins, Warner Robins, 2024: One of the few freshmen in camp, Perkins competed hard. He used his shiftiness to keep defenders…

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September 23, 2020
Boy’s Open Run Notes: Part II

Warner Robins, GA – The Boy’s Open Run on Saturday evening presented a nice mixture of talent, skill, and competitiveness. There was a lot to digest throughout the day as things turned up during gameplay. HERE ARE A FEW MORE TAKEAWAYS FROM THE EVENT… I thought Charles Stone was the most locked in defensively during the day….

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September 22, 2020
Girl’s Open Run Takeaways: Part I

Warner Robins, GA — It was a great Saturday at One Step Away Gymnasium with the Inaugural Open Run Weekend. Middle Georgia and surrounding areas brought together some of the top female hoopers to be showcased in front of college coaches. Here’s a couple things I learned… PICKING UP WHERE SHE LEFT OFF The Southwest-Macon…

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September 21, 2020
Boy’s Open Run Notes: Part I

Warner Robins, GA – The Inaugural Open Run Weekend invaded the beautiful One Step Away Gymnasium on Saturday and Sunday. With prospects from Middle Georgia, South Georgia, and South Atlanta in the building, there was a lot to take in.  SUNDAY’S NOTABLES FROM THE BOY’S OPEN RUN  Nickolas Woodard, Taylor County: The 6-foot-5 wing from the class of…

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September 8, 2020
2020-21 Hypesouth Preseason Middle GA Player Rankings

  Top 5 1. Kowacie Reeves, Jr. | 6’6 G | Westside-Macon | 2021 University of Florida commit Kowacie Reeves Jr., our reigning Mr. Middle Georgia Basketball winner, has progressed every year since entering high school and is now rated a consensus top-75 prospect nationally by ESPN, Rivals, and 247 Sports. On April 30, 2020,…

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June 3, 2020
Hypesouth Middle Georgia All Decade Team: 2010-2020

The 2010s era of basketball is officially over, ending an action-packed decade of hoops around the globe and today we take a trip down memory lane highlighting the top 10 players from Middle Georgia over the past ten years. To close this chapter in mid-state hoops, Hypesouth Media has selected our own All-Decade Team chosen by our…

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May 9, 2020
Travion Solomon Emerging

On June 15, 2020, the recruiting clock will start for many rising juniors around the country as Division-I programs will begin contacting Class of 2022 prospects. Northeast-Macon lead guard Travion Solomon has positioned himself to receive a couple calls coming off a stellar sophomore campaign. The 6-foot floor general averaged 14.9 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.8 assists, and…

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May 8, 2020
2020 Middle Georgia Basketball Signings: Girls

 Level Name Prev. School College Juco Brittany Reeves Howard/Independence CC 6’5/C Oklahoma State University Juco Jada Clowers Central/St. Petersburg College 6’3/F University of Maryland Baltimore County Juco Jahnaria Brown Bleckley/Georgia Highlands CC 6’2/F Southern Methodist University Juco Nijeria Jordan Waco/Georgia Highlands CC 5’9/G University of West Georgia Juco NaKayia Greene Central/Southern Crescent Tech  5’11/F Florida…

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May 7, 2020
Thursday’s Trail: Reeves Jr. Swamp Bound

Westside-Macon standout Kowacie Reeves Jr. made his verbal pledge to the University of Florida last Thursday, April 30, and is the focus in this week’s Thursday’s Trail column. The 6-foot-5 wing announced his decision via Twitter becoming the first commitment in the Gators 2021 class [headline photo via GatorsMBK]. “It was a tough decision for me, but…