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    Quote Originally Posted by qnxt
    Actually, Ray is reportedly committed to Memphis Sate University where his father from and is an M Club Hall of Fame. (let's jus see which school really is for him). He's still a Freshman. A 14 (Nealry 15 year old). Let's hope he'll be more than OJ Mayo, the team mate of Ryan Wetherell. He will probably be a starting guard soon.
    and by next year I think he is good enough to be the starting SG and hope he will play for Duke in the future...

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    Default Gryphons win again 14-0

    Season Stats: RAY PARKS
    Statistic Definitions
    Scoring/Shooting Points PPG
    Season Totals: 54 9.0
    Game by Game
    Game Totals

    Date Opponent Result Pts
    11/27/2007 Southern Baptist W 78-29 13
    11/30/2007 Bishop Byrne W 64-37 2
    12/11/2007 Arlington W 72-47 9
    12/14/2007 First Assembly Christian W 103-71 11
    12/17/2007 Harding Academy W 64-55 17
    1/8/2008 Tipton-Rosemark Academy W 82-50 2
    EVERY DUNKS COUNTS AS FOUR!!!

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    parks should choose a pac 10 or acc teams for college.
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

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    GAME 14: ST. GEORGE'S VS ROSSVILLE

    St. George's (68) — Allen Bobango 12, Laurence Bowers 18, Hunter Cowan 5, Blake Deaton 6, Eric Folk 8, Blake Hirschman 6, Jonathan Smith 13.

    Rossville Christian (43) — Daniel Banks 7, Cody Climer 7, Jake Eskew 4, Spencer Rawie 14, Joey Reeves 9, Watkins 2.

    St. George's 21 17 15 15—68 Rossville Christian 2 14 11 16—43

    Records — Rossville Christian 10-6. St. George's 14-0

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    I'm just wondering why he was not used on that game 14 after a very good game last time around??!!??

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    Quote Originally Posted by nardong_putik
    GAME 14: ST. GEORGE'S VS ROSSVILLE

    St. George's (68) — Allen Bobango 12, Laurence Bowers 18, Hunter Cowan 5, Blake Deaton 6, Eric Folk 8, Blake Hirschman 6, Jonathan Smith 13.

    Rossville Christian (43) — Daniel Banks 7, Cody Climer 7, Jake Eskew 4, Spencer Rawie 14, Joey Reeves 9, Watkins 2.

    St. George's 21 17 15 15—68 Rossville Christian 2 14 11 16—43

    Records — Rossville Christian 10-6. St. George's 14-0

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    I'm just wondering why he was not used on that game 14 after a very good game last time around??!!??



    Ray Parks Has just played 8 games Averaging 9 points. He is coming of the bench. They're 15-0, first in school history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qnxt
    Ray Parks Has just played 8 games Averaging 9 points. He is coming of the bench. They're 15-0, first in school history.
    hope he is not injured...or this may be a ploy to keep scouts from studying his game...well we could think of many reasons...

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    Maybe because he's a freshman and his coach would like to use his graduating players more.
    Keep running, big boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonarSabilano
    Maybe because he's a freshman and his coach would like to use his graduating players more.
    yeah, you can be right. that's always the attitude of the coaches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qnxt
    Ray Parks Has just played 8 games Averaging 9 points. He is coming of the bench. They're 15-0, first in school history.
    Only 14-0 men because there next schedule will on Sunday, January 20 in Boston, MA againts Benedictine

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    Quote Originally Posted by nardong_putik
    Only 14-0 men because there next schedule will on Sunday, January 20 in Boston, MA againts Benedictine

    <<<LIVE BROADCAST>>>

    http://www.atwsportscast.com/HighSch...s/StGeorge.htm
    he's just tallying the win in advance. he's sure that they will win that game.
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    Gryphons are 14-0 for the first time in school history. St. George's will play Benedictine on Sunday(Monday here in Philippines), January 19. The game will be streaming live right here on gryphonsbasketball.com and if you are unable to connect you may go to the St. George's Commons to watch the game. Tip-off is at 11:15!

    http://www.atwsportscast.com/HighSch...s/StGeorge.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by nardong_putik
    Only 14-0 men because there next schedule will on Sunday, January 20 in Boston, MA againts Benedictine

    <<<LIVE BROADCAST>>>

    http://www.atwsportscast.com/HighSch...s/StGeorge.htm
    (NARDS, this is the SITE WHERE I Got The TALLY...)

    (If your not sure, COUNT THE GAMES...the W...It's 15-0-0...)
    (jan 20 is their 16th game)



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    Printable Schedule
    NOTE: Tournament games will be posted once we receive the results.
    Date Time Opponent Result Stories
    11/27/07 TBA Southern Baptist (Southaven, MS) ** W 78-29
    11/30/07 TBA Bishop Byrne (Memphis, TN) ** W 64-37
    12/3/07 TBA Rossville Christian Academy (Rossville, TN) ** W 59-19
    12/4/07 8:00 PM @ Memphis Catholic (Memphis, TN) ** W 76-29
    12/7/07 TBA Elliston Baptist Academy (Memphis, TN) W 87-20
    12/11/07 TBA @ Arlington (TN) W 72-47
    12/14/07 TBA @ First Assembly Christian (Cordova, TN) ** W 103-71
    12/17/07 7:30 PM Harding Academy (Memphis, TN) ** W 64-55
    12/22/07 TBA vs Wooddale (Memphis, TN) (TBA) W 70-61
    12/26/07 3:30 PM vs Wooddale (Memphis, TN) (Chubby Andrews Sh...) W 70-61
    1/5/08 TBA @ Southern Baptist (Southaven, MS) ** W 85-29
    1/8/08 TBA @ Tipton-Rosemark Academy (Millington, TN) ** W 82-50
    1/10/08 TBA Christian Brothers (Memphis, TN) W 58-57
    1/11/08 TBA Lausanne Collegiate (Memphis, TN) ** W 71-48
    1/15/08 TBA @ Rossville Christian Academy (Rossville, TN) ** W 68-43
    1/20/08 TBA @ Benedictine (Richmond, VA) (Springfield, Mass.) - Report Score
    1/23/08 7:30 PM @ Memphis University (Memphis, TN) - Pregame
    1/24/08 TBA @ Bishop Byrne (Memphis, TN) ** - Pregame
    1/26/08 7:30 PM Memphis Catholic (Memphis, TN) ** - Pregame
    1/29/08 7:30 PM @ Harding Academy (Memphis, TN) ** - Pregame
    2/1/08 TBA First Assembly Christian (Cordova, TN) ** - Pregame
    2/5/08 TBA @ Briarcrest Christian (Eads, TN) - Pregame
    2/7/08 TBA @ Lausanne Collegiate (Memphis, TN) ** - Pregame
    2/8/08 TBA Tipton-Rosemark Academy (Millington, TN) ** - Pregame
    2/12/08 TBA @ Lausanne Collegiate (Memphis, TN) **
    EVERY DUNKS COUNTS AS FOUR!!!

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    let's dream about ray ray parks.
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

    Ana "The Hurricane" Julaton - 1st Filipino Female Boxer Double Word Champion.

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    Ray Parks team GRYPONS lost yesterday & now they are 14-1!!

    No available stats yet..

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    Quote Originally Posted by nardong_putik
    Ray Parks team GRYPONS lost yesterday & now they are 14-1!!

    No available stats yet..
    I'm confuse bout the tally. But, You win Nards... 14-1 also in this site
    They lost yesterday,...49-69. (no points in 1st quarter)

    http://highschoolsports.masslive.com...players/84942/


    Look at the Free Throw Attempt. It goes to show that Ray Drives more. Sad to say, they got an '0' in the first quarter. ray got 11 poitns, 2nd in scoring. he's perfect from th line.

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    St. George's Independent School 0 16 15 18 49
    Benedictine 25 16 17 11 69
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    EDIT: Elliot Williams is in street clothes for this game and will not be playing. So much for Tarheel vs. Blue Devil.

    ***

    We're just getting warmed up here at Blake Arena. Next up, a couple schools with some top-tier recruits playing head-to-head in a preview of future ACC rivalry game to come.

    For Benedictine, the big name is Ed Davis, a 6'9" power forward committed to UNC. For St. George, guard Elliot Williams will be playing for Duke next year.

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    1st Quarter

    5:54 - Initial impression of UNC recruit Ed Davis: He's lanky, got long arms, and will need to hit the weight room hard if he's going to bang around inside in the ACC. But he moves very well, very fluidly, and, as he just showed with a powerhouse dunk... he may be considerably stronger than his lanky frame suggests.

    3:45 - As for the game itself, Benedictine had catapulted out to an early 16-0 lead.

    0:00 - At the end of the first, it's 25-0 Benedictine. It's becoming clear that without Elliot Williams, St. George is in big trouble.


    2nd Quarter

    5:26 - St. George's Laurence Bowers -- a future player for Missouri -- gets his team on track with three consecutive field goals, making it 31-6. SG needs to be a lot more aggressive on the offensive end; players need to be looking to make plays, not just pass the ball around.

    0:00 - At the half, its Benedictine 41, St. George 16. Nice job by SG getting things back on track in the 2nd quarter.

    Halftime Stats: Ed Davis leads the way for Benedictine with 17 points (8-9 FG), 8 rebounds, and 3 blocks. Nice half as well from Bradford Burgess, with 7 points and 7 rebounds. For St George, Laurence Bowers is the high-scorer with 8 points, but its taken a lot of shots to get there (4-13 FG). SG is only shooting 7-32 as a team (21%), compared with 54% for Benedictine (17-31).


    3rd Quarter

    6:32 - Benedictine's Bradford Burgess, a 6'4" swingman, shows he has outside game as well, by sinking a trey from the wing. Burgess has signed a letter of intent to play at Virginia Commonwealth.

    5:12 - When Ed Davis adds some more muscle to his deceivingly-lean frame, he's going to be a beast

    3:39 - Benedictine up 49-27

    0:00 - It's one of those days for St. George's. Bobby Parks, Jr sees his breakaway dunk clang off the back iron, and the long rebound allows Benedictine to scoop up the ball and make a shot just before the buzzer. End of three, it's 59-33 Benedictine.



    4th Quarter

    5:30 - After two straight lopsided games, we're in bad need of a good game here at Blake Arena. Benedictine is playing all backups now. I cant help but wonder how this game would have played out had Elliot Williams suited up for St. Georges. They were 14-0 coming into this game, so logic tells you that they're a drastically better team with him in the lineup.

    4:47 - Benedictine up 66-37.

    0:00 - Final Score: Benedictine 69, St. George's School 49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    let's dream about ray ray parks.
    No way man!!! I dont want to, im not gay... well i dont care whatever is your orientation just dont try to influence us.
    you know why I am happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3lowzro
    No way man!!! I dont want to, im not gay... well i dont care whatever is your orientation just dont try to influence us.
    im sure many people are dreaming about him because they're talking about him as if he's boy wonder. i thought you're 1 them.
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    (6) St. George's 64, Bishop Byrne 40

    By Craig Wack (Contact)
    Friday, January 25, 2008

    With a highly regarded teammate on the shelf with an injury, St. George's senior forward Laurence Bowers feels the responsibility to bring his all-around game every night.

    "Without Elliot (Williams), I've got a lot of pressure to carry the team and build up my teammates' confidence," Bowers said. "That way when defenders put two or three guys on me, I'll pass and they can knock the shot down."

    The Missouri signee's skills were on full display Thursday night in a 64-40 Division 2-A victory over host Bishop Byrne.

    After missing his first two shots, Bowers got on the board with an authoritative dunk off a quick cut that broke a 2-2 tie.

    He scored eight of his team's next 12 points in the quarter, building a 16-6 lead, on a series of putbacks and nifty baseline jumpers.

    By the time the smoke cleared at the end of the first quarter, the rout was on and Bowers was well on his way to an 18-point, nine-rebound night.

    Just for good measure, Bowers fed his teammates the ball to start the second quarter. His favorite target was freshman Ray Parks, who's seen more playing time since Duke signee Williams, went down with a knee injury six games ago.

    "There's been a lot of pressure on Ray and he's just a freshman," Bowers said. "He works so hard in practice and it's showing up in the games."

    Parks ended the night with 14 points.

    The Gryphons (15-2, 11-0 Div. 2) did a good job of cutting off driving lanes and forcing the Red Knights (9-9, 3-7) to shoot over their much taller opposition.

    "It's very hard to match up with guys who are 6-5 and 6-6, when we average 6-0 across the board," said Red Knights coach Wesley Dorsey. "We wanted to keep them off balance. We wanted to work for a good shot tonight."

    As for Williams, whose kneecap popped out of place, he said the knee is still at little sore, but he's been going to physical therapy and doing some jogging.

    "I'm going to try to get back as soon as I can," Williams said. "I'm not done for the year. I'm going to see the doctor on Monday and see if I get cleared. I'm just trying to get the area stronger so it doesn't happen again."

    St. George's coach Jeff Ruffin said the team had a similar hardship last year that, in the end, became a benefit.

    "We'll have him back by the postseason and any time before then will be a plus," Ruffin said. "It's sort of painful (for the team) now, in the long run it could help us.

    "Laurence was out for the last four or five regular-season games last year, and when he came back we were able to win the small school state championship."

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