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    Profiles Jacob Rice 2 Way 3 Level Scorer St.Laurence High School 6'3" Devin Malone 2 Way Guard Waukegan High School 6'0 Yaris Irby 2 Way Playmaker Niles North High School 5'10" Logan Brown 2 Way Slasher Glenbard West High School 6'6" Derek Bishop 2 level scorer guard Mundelein High School 6'2" Trinity Hoover Center Zion Benton Township High School 6'0" Eric Brum Combo Guard Grayslake Central Highschool 5'9" Jayden Hunt Combo Guard Grayslake North High School 5'10" Braden Carlsen Combo Guard Wauconda High School 6'3'' Cayden Mudd Copy Combo Guard Wauconda High School 5'10" Dejuan Graise Combo Guard Tremper High School, WI 6'2" Jacquari Nabb Combo Guard Warren Township High School 5'9" 1 2 3 4 5 1 ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 6

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  • Power Ranking Updates Dec-5-23

    Warren 6-1 (Beat a really good Bolingbrook team) Lake Forest 4-2 (really good start to the year) Lake Zurich 4-2 (Stringing games together) Stevenson 3-2 (Looking to have a bounce back game) Wauconda 3-1 (Previously ranked 8th) Vernon Hills (Bad loss to Niles West) Grayslake Central 3-2 (Statement win vs North) Libertyville 3-3 (Good win Vs Carmel, big test tomorrow Vs a hot Warren team) Carmel 3-4 (Loss 4 straight, looking to stop the bleeding) Waukegan 2-3 (This team record does not show who they are, expecting a big game from Jeezy White Vs Lake Forest Wednesday Night) Grant 4-4 (Been putting together some good wins) Mundelien 2-4 (Can gain some chemistry with Zion on Wednesday) Grayslake North 3-2 (Looking to make up for loss to central) Zion Benton 2-4 (Previously ranked 17th, won two solid games in a row) Lake Forest Academy 2-5 Antioch 1-4 (1-0 in conference play) Lakes 1-6 Roundlake 0-5 North Chicago 0-6

  • Updated Rankings! Nov-28-2023

    Stevenson 3-1 Warren Township 3-1 Lake Forest 3-1 Carmel 3-1 Vernon Hills 3-1 Libertyville 2-2 Lake Zurich 2-2 Wauconda 2-1 Waukegan 2-2 Mundelien 2-2 Grayslake North 1-2 Grayslake Central 1-2 Grant 1-3 Lakes 1-3 LFA 1-3 North Chicago 0-3 Zion 0-3 Roundlake 0-3 Antioch 0-4

  • Stevenson Patriots Vs York Dukes Sunday, November 27, 2023

    It was an end of the week battle between two high scoring, high school teams, that came down to just a few possessions that decided the outcome. Stevenson Patriots had a neutral match up against the York Dukes. It was an epic battle from start to finish but when the final buzzer went off, Stevenson was able to outlast York, 53 to 50, in a close one. Simpson Elite Media had this high- powered Stevenson team ranked 2nd , in the power rankings, after starting off the season 2-0. Atticus Richmond (Stevenson) 6’8, Junior forward, has had high praises from all around the Lake County area. Simpson Elite Media has him 5th , in the county’s player power ranking, for the 2023-2024 season. Jack Dabbs, a 6’6, senior, has also been a big contributor to the teams 3-1 hot start. Other honorable mentions like up, and coming sophomore, Rocco Pagliocca, have been key role players for the Stevenson’s high- powered offense. But, for this game, these players where not the only ones who stood out during this intense match up to close out the opening season tournament. York Dukes A.J Levine, and Kyle Waltz, played an outstanding game, Saturday evening, and proved that York has a high ceiling and great potential at making a deep run for state. The game between the two teams on Saturday was one to be remembered for both programs. Both teams sure learned a few things about their identity for what they could use to their advantage moving forward into the season. Early on as the game kicked off, Atticus Richmond found himself in foul trouble, picking up two quick fouls, two minutes into the game and had to take an early visit to the bench. Meanwhile, York Dukes, led by crafty guard, A.J Levine, took advantage of the situation by attacking the paint, forcing off ball help inside, and finding shooters off kickout passes to knock down three-point shots, in order to take an early lead. The most interesting part about this plight, is Rocco Pagliocca, a sophomore who is not afraid of stepping up and taking on the offensive work load. Pagliocca kept Stevenson within striking distance as their star player sat the bench due to foul trouble. Jack Dabbs (Stevenson) was able to add to that fuel by shooting efficiently from behind the arc. Dabbs finished the game with 15 points on four made three pointers. Atticus Richmond, did not let his foul troubles get in the way of still being able to play a key role in this game for his team. Richmond was able to bring in 6 rebounds for his team with two blocks, and had a monstrous, contact finished, dunk that bought everyone in the stands to their feet. It also gave Stevenson a tremendous boost of momentum to close out the third quarter. On the other side, York’s A.J Levine made it very difficult for Stevenson to stop him from attacking the rim and scoring. Levine finished the game with 13 points and 5 assist on the day. Levine is a crafty point guard who can score and make plays for his teammates. He is a playmaking shot creator from the point guard position. Levine also had some help on the day from Kyle Waltz who can light it up from the midrange and perimeter. Waltz finished the game with 16 points on 5 made three-point shots. Waltz is a tall guard who can shoot lights out from anywhere on the floor. He is also great at getting to his spots on offense, where he can shoot most efficient from. The York Dukes has a great future ahead of them with these two great players leading them. York has a great system with outstanding team defense and proved on Saturday, that they can, in fact, keep up with anyone in the state if they are locked in. With a good coaching staff which is led by their head coach Mike Dunn, who is doing a phenomenal job with this season’s core. At the end of the game, some players from this game in particular, were mentioned for making the All-Tournament list. Jack Dabbs, and A.J Levine both were mentioned in making the All-Tournament team, which is a great sign for both their squads as the season is only just two weeks old. Both these teams looked very good against each other and it was undoubtably, the most talent I have seen, all together in one game. I am super excited to continue to follow both these teams for the remainder of the year. From Simpson Elite Media, you can check back here for more in season updates on these two programs, to find out how far they can take their potential and where they can end up when it is all said and done. I myself (Jaleel Duffie) with Simpson Elite Media, will keep you posted as always.

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