NJ Hoops Super Six Week 2

The Pre-Season November NJ Hoops Newsletters had the Top 100 High School teams, as well as the Top 4 Prep, Top 5 postgraduate and the Top 6 Independent teams. The monthly NJ Hoops Newsletters will have updated rankings on the top 25 teams, plus all results and high scorers. Weekly on will be the Super Six rankings which combine the state association (NJSIAA) schools and the other schools. The season tips off today for the NJSIAA schools. After two weeks of high school action.
NJ Hoops Super Six:
1. St. Benedict's (9-0)
The Week Past
Did not play as The GulfShore Invitational in Florida was cancelled at the last minute due to financial reasons.
The Week Ahead
Don't play again until next Friday vs Life Center at Kean.
2. St. Anthony's (4-0)
The Week Past
Shut down Middle Township 45-32. Ran past Brighton MA 78-42 as 6-foot-4 Sr. Kody Jenkins scored 20.
The Week Ahead
Play Central Catholic MA tonight in Boston in Shooting Touch Tournament. Return to NJ to play Camden in Wildwood on Sunday.
3. Roselle Catholic (4-0)
The Week Past
6-foot-8 Syracuse bound Sr. Tyler Roberson had 20 and 11 in a 53-49 win over La Salle PA.
The Week Ahead
Take on Friends Central PA Saturday at Philadelphia University. Go against nationally ranked Montverde Academy FL on Thursday at home.
4. Hudson Catholic (5-0)
The Week Past
6-foot-7 Georgetown bound Sr. Reggie Cameron scored 24, 22 in the first half in a 75-48 win over Socastee SC.
The Week Ahead
Play Wheeler GA tonight in quarterfinals of the Beach Ball Classic. If win would play Rufus King/Bishop O'Connell winner on Saturday in semis.
5. Patrick School (5-1)
The Week Past
Edged Northside Christian NC 78-73 as 6-foot-6 St. Joseph's bound DeAndre Bembry went for 28. Beat North Gwynett GA 57-48 in the Uptown Classic title game in NC behind tourney MVP Bembry.
The Week Ahead
Off until Wednesday when they play Newark Eastside at Roselle Catholic.
6. Linden (6-0)
The Week Past
Ran past Academy Charter 81-12 as 6-foot-8 Jr. Quadri Moore notched 20 points and 13 boards. Topped Manalapan 69-49 as 5-foot-10 Sr. Cairo Brown scored 21.
The Week Ahead
Face Columbia in the championship game of the Husky Classic.
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