Prep's Woodson, Kingsley, and Landry score big at Scott Brown Memorial Classic All-Star Game: Coach Ryan Arrowood was selected as head coach.
On the other side, Virginia Tech-bound Donte Clark put on a show for the Hokie fans in attendance, scoring 13 points and grabbing five rebounds, while Moses Kingsley, a Huntington Prep player who’s headed to Arkansas, had 22 points and 15 rebounds. Ahmad Fields (Utah) had 11 points, Travon Landry (Tennessee) 13 and Dominic Woodson (Baylor) scored 13.
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HAMPTON, Va. -- Huntington Prep's Andrew Wiggins put on a show Saturday in the boys basketball program's first nationally-televised contest, scoring 28 points to lead the Express in a 70-49 win over Cape Henry (Va.).
The game was part of the MLK Round Ball Classic and was seen on ESPN.
Cape Henry had no answer for Wiggins, whose quick-burst leaping ability had him finishing at the rim throughout the contest. The No. 1 college prospect in the Class of 2013 showed why Kentucky, Florida State, North Carolina and many others are after his services.
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HUNTINGTON -- On one of the biggest national stages for high school players, Huntington Prep's Andrew Wiggins proved why he is the nation's No. 1 player for the Class of 2013.
With the game in the balance, Wiggins scored 14 of his 31 points in the third quarter as the Express turned a close contest into a blowout during a 77-50 win over Houston HYCA at the City of Palms Classic in Fort Myers, Fla.
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In the afternoon, four reasons why the team is ranked No. 1 took center stage.
Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Dominic Woodson, Moses Kingsley and Travon Landry all signed high-major Division I National Letters of Intent in a ceremony at the Huntington St. Joe gymnasium.
"It's exciting to see the guys move on and be successful," Huntington Prep coach Rob Fulford said. "They've all come in and meant a lot to our program, and the expectations are obviously high for them not only at the high school level, but the college level as well."
November 16 | Read More
Rob Fulford has 5 high-major upperclassmen at Huntington Prep. Andrew Wiggins, Dominic Woodson, Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Moses Kingsley, and Travon Landry have all secured high-major offers, so it was time for Fulford to bring in his next wave of talent. Meet Montaque Gill-Caesar.
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Huntington Prep hostd the Evelyn Mack Academy Wildcats today in head coach Rob Fulford's hometown of Mullens. Huntington Prep cruised to a 73-52 victory improving to 1-0 while the Wildcats dropped to 3-2 on the season.
Huntington Prep was led by Andrew Wiggins who finished with 24 (13 of which coming in the 3rd quarter). Teki Gill-Ceasar scored 19 (4-4 from the foul line), while Xavier Rathan-Mayes accounted for 12.
Dominic Woodson supplied 7 including three monsterous dunks.
Huntington Prep held Evelyn Mack's two leading scorers to a combined three points.
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Huntington Prep held their annual Blue Yellow scrimmage yesterday in Huntington, West Virginia. If the scrimmage was any indication of how Huntington will treat this season, opponents might regret putting the basketball powerhouse on their schedule. This was far from a tune up game where players coasted up and down the floor. Every shot was contested and loose balls were chased down by diving defenders. The scrimmage was close throughout and needed overtime to determine a winner.
November 05 | Read More
How much credibility has the success afforded Huntington Prep? The Express open the season as the No. 1-ranked academy program in the nation by MaxPreps.
"Our goal is to win the national championship," Fulford said. "I think our guys understand (what kind of potential the team has). This is not a place to come and concentrate on yourself. This is a team concept and we don't just roll the ball out."
1. Huntington Prep (W.Va.)
2. Findley Prep (Nev.)
3. Montverde Academy (Fla.)
4. Oak Hill Academy (Va.)
5. St. Benedict's Prep (N.J.)
6. Montrose Christian (Md.)
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Why it should be No. 1: Of the 12 players on the Express roster, 11 of them are Division I-level players and one poses arguably the greatest matchup problem of any player in the country – Andrew Wiggins. Wiggins, who recently reclassified from 2014 to 2013, is a nightmare for most teams because, at 6-foot-7, he can guard all five positions and offensively he can hurt you in every way imaginable. Makes sense that when he reclassified he jumped into the No. 1 spot in every major recruiting rankings service.
November 01 | Read More
Huntington (W.Va.) Prep basketball player Andrew Wiggins, who is from Toronto, will meet with his parents this week to decide whether he should attempt to reclassify to graduate in high school in 2013. Wiggins is considered the top recruit in the 2014 class and, after playing well over the summer, some recruiting experts say he is the top player in the country, period.
September 20 | Read More