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Boys Basketball Food Bank Registration

Please follow these instructions to register online for this event: 1. Visit the Greater Cleveland Food Bank event registration page: http://cerv.is/m?0136gjOw8qh 2. Click on the “Register” button at the bottom of the page. 3. Follow the on screen instructions to access the CERVIS registration system. If this is your first time using the CERVIS online registration system, you will […]

STUDENT-Athletes

This year we have 11 returning players who played on our varsity team last year.  For the first quarter of the school year, those 11 guys combined for a 3.91 GPA.  That is incredible.  I could not be prouder of their hard work.  This trend of academic excellence is something that extends across the athletic […]

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Coach Huber’s Blog – Sports and Politics

There has been a lot of talk this week about sports and politics, particularly with respect to the NFL and the National Anthem. While this issue has been in the news since Colin Kaepernick began his protests last season, the noise surrounding the issue has reached new heights in the past week since President Trump […]

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Dwayne Cohill Commits to Dayton

Holy Name senior guard Dwayne Cohill committed to the University of Dayton Monday night.  Cohill, who as a junior averaged over 22 points and was first team All-Ohio in leading the Namers to a 23-4 record, spent last weekend in Dayton on his official visit.  He is the first commit for Dayton in his class […]

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Coach Huber’s Blog – New Beginnings

One of the great things about being an educator and coach (or a student, for that matter), is that each year provides a chance for a fresh start.  Whether your last year was great or a struggle, there is something to be said for starting anew.  If last year was great, a new start brings […]

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Coach Huber’s Blog – Championship or Bust?

Since the end of our season and through the NBA Finals, I’ve given a lot of thought to the way we evaluate our seasons. It seems to me that at the professional level if you’re season does not end in a championship than in some way it’s a failure. I would guess that’s one of […]

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Boys Hoops Camp Finishes Great Week

Over 65 campers attended the Green Wave Boys Basketball General Skills Basketball Camp this past Monday-Thursday, working on their fundamentals and competing in various games.  Boys entering grades 3-6 participated in the morning camp, while 7-9 graders were in the afternoon camp.  Coached by members of the Namer staff as well as current players, campers […]

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Malique Burton Commits to Westminster Hoops

Holy Name class of 2017 graduate Malique Burton has committed to Westminster College (Pa.) to continue his academic and basketball career.  This past season, Burton averaged 11 points and 6 rebounds in helping the Namers to a Regional tournament appearance.  For his efforts he was first team All-GLC and honorable mention All-NE Lakes District.  Westminster […]

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Dwayne Cohill Earns “New” Ohio State Offer

Rising senior Dwayne Cohill earned a scholarship offer from new Ohio State basketball coach Chris Holtmann. Cohill had a scholarship offer from previous coach Thad Matta and is one of the first to receive a new offer from Coach Holtmann.  Read more here – http://www.cleveland.com/osu/2017/06/dwayne_cohill_jerome_hunter_ge.html  

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Coach Huber’s Blog – Using Social Media for Good

There has been an endless amount written about the potential pratfalls of social media, in particular for student athletes.  Much of that literature is worthwhile.  It is sad to read stories of high school students who lose the opportunity to play in college because of things they put on social media.  All of us, not […]

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