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Last:3/22/2019
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 Shahadah CAMP
  Bakersfi
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  Avg: 20.5
 1. Shahadah Camp Bakersfi20.5 
 2. Jamain Owens Victor V19.5 
 3. Anthony McIn., LA Pier19.3 
 4. Tommy Edwards America19.1 
 5. Alfonso Plum., Arizona18.6 
 6. Isaac Etter Glendal18.6 
 7. Jordan Pumph., Cerro C18.4 
 8. Andre Banton Glendal17.8 
 9. Thomas Bell Kaskaski17.7 
 10. Alex Velazqu., Siskiyou17.6 
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 Deandre CHURCHILL
  Siskiyou
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 1. Deandre Chur., Siskiyou11.9 
 2. Parker Haven America10.9 
 3. Greg Walter ., Barstow9.4 
 4. Hodge Christ., LA Vall9.0 
 5. Mark Carter West L8.8 
 6. Andre Allen Arizona8.4 
 7. Kyle Young Santa M7.7 
 8. Thomas Bell Kaskaski7.6 
 9. Anthony Simo., Canyo7.4 
 10. Jack McDonald Barstow7.3 
Assists Per Game
 Michael PLUNKITT
  Shasta C
  (183-PG-)
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 1. Michael Plun., Shasta C6.0 
 2. Denzel Nwang., Canyo5.6 
 3. Quin Notting., Kaskaski5.5 
 4. Jamal Thomas Kaskaski5.1 
 5. Jermaine Hen., America4.8 
 6. Cash Williams Arizona4.8 
 7. Kobe Garner Bakersfi4.1 
 8. Coleman John., LA Vall4.0 
 9. Bernat Arell., Barstow3.8 
 10. Bryson Langd., Arizona3.8 
Steals Per Game
 Michael PLUNKITT
  Shasta C
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Michael Plun., Shasta C2.5 
 2. Marcus Jones Bakersfi2.5 
 3. Denzel Nwang., Canyo2.3 
 4. Brock Duffie., Cerro C1.8 
 5. Cooper Micah LA Vall1.8 
 6. Quin Notting., Kaskaski1.8 
 7. Cash Williams Arizona1.8 
 8. Treyvon Watts-H., Citrus J1.7 
 9. Jordan Green Arizona1.7 
 10. Johnathan Fo., Cerro C1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Abderrahmane HAILOUF
  Arizona
  (206-F-98)
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Abderrahmane., Arizona3.1 
 2. Parker Haven America2.0 
 3. Kyle Young Santa M2.0 
 4. Thomas Bell Kaskaski1.8 
 5. Jesse Elrod Citrus J1.6 
 6. Hodge Christ., LA Vall1.6 
 7. Jalen Evans Shasta C1.4 
 8. Alton Thomps., Victor V1.4 
 9. Kevin Fassu LA Pier1.4 
 10. Jad Smith West LA1.3 

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Garden City CC Head Coach Brady Trenkle Resigns - Aug 19, 2018


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After five seasons in Garden City, Head Coach Brady Trenkle resigned as the Broncbuster men's basketball coach. He is taking an assistant job at a Division-I program. 'It was a really tough decision for me,' Trenkle said. 'Obviously I know what kind of team that we are going to have this year. That didn't make it any easier.' Trenkle came to Garden City in 2012 after eight years in Dodge City; the final four as Head Coach. He served as an assistant under Rand Chappell for one season before taking over the head job on June 12, 2013. In his first season in charge, Trenkle guided the Broncbuters to a 22-9 record, their first 20-win season since 2011. During the 2015-2016 campaign, Garden City won their first postseason game under Trenkle, blowing out rival Seward County 116-93. A few days later, the Broncbusters dropped a heartbreaker to Hutchinson in the Region VI quarterfinals. Then, in 2018, Trenkle pushed the Broncbusters within two games of the national tournament, beating Allen County in the opening round; then squashing Cowley in the Region VI quarterfinals when Kendale Hampton hit a game-winning, fadeaway 3-pointer from the right wing at the buzzer. Garden City's postseason dreams ended two nights later when Coffeyville erased an early double-digit deficit to beat the Broncbusters 65-57. 'When I came here six years ago, we had to basically start from scratch,' Trenkle explained. ' In five years directing the Broncbuters, Trenkle compiled a 94-64 record (.595). He posted a 3-5 postseason mark and owns a career record of 164-115 (.588). 'One of the hardest things I had to do was tell our players,' Trenkle said. 'But I looked at all of them and told them: if an opportunity like this came up, you would do the same thing. Your parents would have done the same thing.' Trenkle accomplished plenty of milestones during his time in Garden City including his 100th career-victory as coach on Nov. 15, 2014 when the Broncbusters took down Clarendon. 'We've done great things here,' Trenkle said. 'It's said because I don't get to see this thing through. But these jobs only come along so often.' Trenkle comes from a basketball family. His father, Fred, is an NJCAA Hall of Fame coach, posting a 329-36 record in 10 years at the College of Southern Idaho. His two older brothers are also Junior-College coaches. Eddie is the head coach at Northeastern in Sterling, CO and Swede is the head man at Hill College in Hillsboro, TX. Trenkle graduated from San Diego State in 1999. He was a four-year letter winner in basketball for the Aztecs and graduated with a degree in public administration. He grew up in Twin Falls, Id and graduated from Twin Falls High School in 1994. A search for Trenkle's replacement will begin immediately. Garden City opens the 2018-2019 season Nov. 2 at home against Redlands College.
Courtesy of: gobroncbusters.com   




Jeff Reinert
Reinert named Head Basketball Coach at CSI - 14 hours ago
The College of Southern Idaho welcomed its new Head Men's Basketball Coach Jeff Reinert Tuesday at a press conference. Reinert is no stranger to Golden Eagle Basketball, having coached against CSI from 1994-2002 while he was the head men's coach at Utah Valley State College (now Utah Valley University). 'I'm really excited to be here,' said Reinert. 'This is something I never envisioned happening 20 years ago when I was competing against CSI. With the tradition and legacy here, it's an ho...   [read more]

Demarcus
Demonia
NABC NJCAA All-America Teams 2019 - 1 month ago
Division I Demarcus Demonia (6'7''-G) of Allegany Maryland Chris Duarte (6'6''-G) of Northwest Florida State Tyson Jolly (6'4''-G-97) of Trinity Valley (TX) Demarkus Lampley (6'2''-G) of Wallace State-Hanceville (AL) Gaige Prim (6'9''-F/C) of South Plains (TX) James Rojas (6'8''-F) of Hutchinson (KS) Jayden Scrubb (6'6''-G/F) of John A. Logan, (IL) Miles Thomas (6'6''-F-98) of Walters State (TN) Tomas Woldetensae (6'5''-G) of Indian Hills (IA) Alonzo Verge Jr (6'3''-PG) of Moberly Area D...   [read more]

Derrick
Felder
NJCAA D3 All-American Awards 2018-19 - 1 month ago
Player of the Year: Derrick Felder (6'1''-G) of Herkimer First Team: Chris Buckley (6'0''-PG) of Central Lakes (MN) Jamaurie Coakley (6'2''-G) of Bunker Hill (MA) Derrick Felder(6'1''-G)of Herkimer (NY) Steven Tynes (G) of Suffolk County (NY) Caleb Williams (6'0''-PG) of Richland (TX) Second Team: Rashaun Coleman (G) of Eastfield (TX) Jay Davis (6'2''-G) of Northamtpon (MA) Alex Morales (6'7''-G/F) of Prince George's (MD) Christian Simmons (6'5''-G/F) of Corning (NY) Letrell West (6'3''...   [read more]


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