Playing at the Next Level

PLAYING at the NEXT LEVEL - Signing Day and other stories


Excelling at the Next Level East Coast Nationals and FHSAA Hawks Alum, Emily Conroe is getting it done as a freshman for the Air Force....


Fredericksburg Victory's Zoe and Shea Dickinson sign letters of intent to play basketball at Bob Jones University.

MHEA's Lindsey Vaughn signs with Mississippi College to play basketball.












Miami Valley Saint's Quinton Green signs It is with a humble but yet joyful heart that we announce that today Quinton officially signed with Cedarville University (NCAA Division II). GOD has truly blessed Quinton with a full scholarship to play basketball. Our family is so grateful for this opportunity for Quinton to continue his education in a Christian environment and play the game he loves so much. Thank you all for your prayers and support through the years and stay tuned because he plans to start in June.

Two Dallas Thunder Signings: Dallas Thunder’s Deylssa Miller signs with Oklahoma Christian University and Ashlyn Lowrie with East Texas Baptist University to play college basketball

Hickory Hawks Football Congratulations to Keegan Ruark and Lance Cook Jr! Both have signed to play football for Campbell University this fall. They are HCA's first graduates to receive Division One scholorships! Go Knights!

World record holder and East Coast Nationals Alum Thursday night, Leah Church realized a dream she’s held on to for 14 years. At Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, surrounded by her family, friends, teammates and coaches, Church signed her national letter of intent to play basketball at the University of North Carolina.

She’s been a Tar Heel fan her whole life and first met UNC Head Coach Sylvia Hatchell when she was seven years old at basketball camp in Chapel Hill. Next winter, she’ll have the chance to suit up for Hatchell in Carmichael Auditorium.

“I’ve wanted to be a Tar Heel since I was four years old, since I knew what Carolina was,” Church said. “I knew I wanted to be able to play basketball there because I loved basketball even at the age of four. So it’s been forever and seven years old was as early as I could go to camp. “Obviously, the desire just kept building every year I went.”

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Jeremiah Allen signs with UIW Jeremiah Allen is a 6-11 center from Bryan, Texas. In his junior year at Aggieland Homeschool, Allen nearly averaged a double-double in 50 games played, with 11.9 points and 7.6 rebounds per game to go along with 2.8 blocks per contest. He earned Home School All-America honors. The Panthers were ranked No. 1 in Homeschool Basketball for the first time in team history. He began his senior year scoring 25 points and pulling down 10 rebounds, with four blocks. In his high school career, Allen is averaging 10.8 points and 7.8 rebounds per contest to go along with 3.0 blocks per game. Allen chose UIW over UTSA, UT Arlington, and fellow conference schools Sam Houston State, Lamar, and Houston Baptist.











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