Corey CaulderChoral LinhartCourtney WoodAllie StaskyCaliyah KappelPrecious JamisonMecca MurphyMaddie TuckerHolly Foscolos8th Grade Roster to be determined!
The Stampede 11th/12th Grade Boys will hold its tryout on Thursday, March 6th - YMCA - 61 Cannon Street - Downtown Charleston - 6 - 8pm.
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2012-13: Played 14 games on the season... Sunk her first career free throw at Eastern Kentucky (11/30)... Picked up her first career assist against Duke (11/17)... Made her first career appearance against Georgia (11/14), scoring a season-high two points and notching a steal and rebound... Dished out a season-high two assists in a win over UNC Asheville (2/2)... Grabbed a steal in the team's final game against Lamar (3/20) in the Women's Basketball Invitational.
High School: Starred for Bishop England High School in basketball and track... On the hardwood, was named the South Carolina State 2A Player of the Year as a senior... Earned High School Sports Report 2A All-State honors three times... Was named SC High School Basketball Coaches Association All-State as a senior and captured All-Region honors her final three years... Was named the 6AA Region Player of the Year as a senior... Was named the Post and Courier Lowcountry Assist Leader as a senior... Helped the Bishop England track squad to the 2A South Carolina State Track Championship as a junior and fininishing second in the South Carolina State 4 x 8 relay... As a senior basketball player, averaged 9.6 points, 4.0 steals and 5.9 assists per game.
Personal: Katelyn Elizabeth Grisillo was born in Charlotte, N.C., on July 12, 1994... Daughter of John and Kathy Grisillo... Plans to major in pre-pharmacy
Ashley Cox Signs to play softball
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Head Coach, James Morrison announced the addition of the Ashley Cox to the Fighting Koalas Softball Program.
Cox is orignally from Charleston, SC and has competed for Hanahan High School each year. She was a four sport athlete for Hanahan competing in basketball, track, softball, and volleyball. Cox excelled in softball being named to the All-Region team in back to back years in 2011 and 2012. She was honored as the Golden Glove award winner in 2011 for Hanahan and was a team captain.
Coach Morrison is excited about the addition of Cox stating, "Ashley will be a great addition to our program. She is a competitor and will take our program to the next level." The Columbia College softball program will debut the addition of a JV team this year as the program continues to grow under Morrison's leadership.
Johns Hopkins University
2012-13: Started all 27 Games averaging team high 27.7 mins.; first on team in 3-pointers (29), 3-point percentage (.296), free-throws (74), free throw percentage (.779), second on team in points (9.4/g),made first collegiate start against York, PA, had 12 points and 7 rebounds against Gettysburg; notched 15 points against Dickinson; posted career high 17 points against McDaniel; matched career high with 16 points against Swarthsmore; had 14 points and career high 8 rebounds against Washington College; had 15 points, five rebounds and 4 steals against Dicksinson.
2011-12: Saw action in 19 games off the bench; averaged 5.1 minutes and 1.3 points; made collegiate debut in victory versus York (PA); dished career high 2 assists in loss to Haverford; tallied career high in points (8) and steals (4) in victory against Bryn Mawr.
High School: Named Rookie of the Year her freshman year; team advanced to SCISA State Playoffs all four years; named team MVP and team captain Sophomore through Senior years; totaled 1,460 career points.
Personal: Stacy Madison Fairey; born July 22, 1993; daughter of Robert and Diane Fairey; father, Robert, played football and basketball for Clemson University; majoring in public health.
Denmark Tech College
Denmark Technical College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association, the sports organization for two-year colleges and technical schools. DTC is one of the 36 colleges in Region 10, which covers North and South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.
DTC boasts two competitive teams; its men’s and women’s basketball teams.
North Carolina At&T
Enters the season as key contributor on the boards...Sat out last season to focus on academics...Enters this season with the expectation of earning playing time at the center position....Has the reputation of being a tremendous leaper.
2011-12 Season: Did not play
High School: Attended Richland Northeast High and Eau Clair High...Named to the all-region team for three consecutive years and played varsity basketball for all four...Also competed in soccer, volleyball, cross country and track.
Personal: Full name is Eboni D. Ross...She is the daughter of Kisa Q. Ross...Majors in sports science and fitness management and plans to play basketball overseas...Has two siblings, Terrell and Essence and was born on Feb. 28, 1993...Plans on playing basketball overseas...Other interests include dancing...Her favorite television show is "Scooby-Doo" and her favorite food is corn.
Helped lead Alexis Glover’s Warriors to a 33-6-1 overall record and a top-10 ranking in the state of South Carolina during her senior season ... Two-time CAWS All-State selection, a two-time VII-AAAA All-Region honoree and a CAWS 2011 All-Star selection ... Also named to the Post and Courier Low Country Team as a senior, as well as the 2011 Wando Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Named All-LowCounty Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Named a 2011 Wendy's Heisman Female Athletic winner and a AAAA North-South All-Star game participant ... A 2011 Bojangles Scholar-Athlete Award winner and an AVCA All-Academic Team honoree ... Named to the 2010 Tournament of Champions All-Tournament Team as a junior ... Three-year letterwinner in basketball ... A 2011 All-Star selection in basketball ... Played for the Charleston Juniors Club Team ... Was a member of the Beta Club and the National Honor Society.
Personal Born on November 11, 1993 … Daughter of Treg and Regina Hallman … Undecided on major
CONGRATULATIONS to the 10th Grade Girls Team - 3rd Place(Bronze) in the Gold bracket at "Great Smokies Shootout"! While they were there, they even tamed a bear!
9th Grade wins AAU D2/D3 Championship! Over the last 7 years we have won quite a few championships but this tournament will always remain as one of the most memorable with 7 players playing their hearts out through injuries and extreme situations. Game one had us playing the Brittani Allstars with Erin Rose on fire putting in 20 points to lead the game. Game 2 was the closest game of the weekend and the game where we found out how dedicated the players are to the game. We had Hannah, Amp, and Erin play through injuries to complete the game. Hannah Corbett led the scoring with 16 points and 8 rebounds and Anna Penninger had a double/double with 14 points and 12 rebounds to achieve a 3-point win. Game 3 put us in the championship again against the SC Starz Navy. The game was exciting from beginning to end with Hannah Corbett scoring the first 17 points of the game and with everyone contributing on both sides with our defense enabling us to get a 20-point lead. The second half brought the Starz back into the game with the injury of Caliyah and AMP fouling out with over 9 minutes left in the game leaving only five players to finish the remainder of the game playing through injuries. McKenzie Clarey was one of the five coming back for the first time since her injury. The game lead was cut to 4 points with the Stampede then showing their determination to win with Kate Cornelly hitting a major shot and JoJo Tompkins handling major full-court press. Erin Rose stepped up and played big underneath filling in at post and contributing major rebounds. Congratulations to one of the best championship wins in Stampede 7 year history. Hannah Corbett led all scorers with 28 points. Rebounds were led by Mckenzie Clarey with 9 rebounds and Anna Penninger with 8. Thanks to all the parents for making sure all the girls have drinks and all the contributions you make during the whole weekend of tournaments!
8th Grade Girls played in the AYBA State Qualifier in Greenville. We got four quality games that were very competitive. We lost game one to the Lady Chargers. Nikkie Foscolos had 11 points and Rhetta contributed 12 to lead the team. Game 2 had the Stampede on top with a well balanced scoring game of Nikki Foscolos and Rhetta Moore both scoring 13 and Lyndsey Ellington scoring 10. The third game against the Running Rebels we had a hard time finding our offense. Allie Tucker produced 11 rebounds. Game 4 put us in bracket play where we were in a dogfight with the Lady Chargers losing by 4. Lindsay Ellington had a double/double with 12 points and 11 rebounds and Erin Slowey chipped in 10 rebounds. We were short a few players and appreciate Rebecca and Kelsey Locke stepping in and playing with the team. Every tournament is more game experience so good job.
Congratulations to the organization for a very well represented weekend! The 11th Grade boys won their third tournament in a row bringing home another championship! Great job! Charleston Stampede 11th Grade boys are rated #1 in USBA 11th/12th Grade Division!
10th Grade girls also represented the organization well with another championship at the Myrtle Beach USBA tournament this weekend. Good job!
8th Grade Green played very well playing up in the JV bracket and falling just short after making it to the Championship game.
Congratulations to 8th Grade White for getting their first win this weekend!
All-tournament players for the weekend:
10th Grade: Choral Linhart with 15 pts; Courtney Wood with 16 pts; Holly Foscolos with 14 pts; Alley Staskey with 14 pts. and 9 rebounds;
Courtney Wood with 18 pts; Anna Penninger with 17 pts.
8th Grade: Hannah Corbett with 20 pts.; Hannah Corbett with 28 pts.; Lexi Mummert with 29 rebounds for the weekend averaging 10 per game.
Lyndsey Ellington with 11 pts.; Rebecca Locke with 10 pts.
Good Luck to the 9th Grade girls competing this weekend in Columbia and the 8th grade girls in Greenville.
CONGRATULATION TO THE 10TH GRADE GIRLS FOR WINNING THE CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE USBA MOTHER'S DAY AT THE BEACH TOURNAMENT!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 10TH GRADE GIRLS TEAM FOR WINNING 1ST PLACE IN THE AYBA LOWER STATE QUALIFIER THIS PAST WEEKEND!
Congratulations to the Hometown Champions this past weekend!
Congratulations to the 11th Grade Boys for winning their tournament this past weekend in Durham! Check out the tournament photo on the Bulletin Board!
Orangeburg Super Regional Tournament MVP
Super Regional AAU Tournament of Roses Champions! Congratulations 9th Grade Girls!
Outstanding Performances of the Weekend 9th Grade: Garris Grant 14 Points and 20 Rebounds for a double/double against the Augusta Metros.Garris Grant 12 points and 16 rebounds for a double/double against Seacoast.Hannah Corbett 10 steals against Seacost.Hannah Corbett 14 points 7 steals and 7 rebounds against the Augusta Metros.Garris Grant 11 points and 16 rebounds for her third double/double against the Augusta Metros averaging 16 rebounds per game for the weekend. 8th Grade White:Rebecca Locke 13 Points against Brittani All-Stars.Daja Lamar 11 rebounds again Carolina Forest.Lexi Mummert 10 points against Brittani All-Stars. 7th Grade Green:Sara Misroon 9 rebounds. MVP for the weekend: Garris GrantCo-MVP: McKenzie Clarey 9th Grade Girls won the Super Regional AAU Tournament of Roses to qualify for AAU State Tournament.8th Grade Girls lost a tough battle in the semi-finals against a very talented Ballers team who was the eventual winner of the tournament.7th Grade Girls made it to the finals.
Summary for the Week of 3/11/2013:
All teams will be registering for the tournament in Charleston Easter weekend with games being played only on Friday and Saturday. Our goal for the season is to register all teams in a minimum of five tournaments. A tentative schedule for the season will be posted within the next week.
Weekend Tournament Results: Both 9th and 10th Grade girls played in the SC Hornets Shootout in Columbia. 9th Grade Girls represented the Stampede organization with hard-fought effort and beat a very good team in the SC Stars twice and coming in second against the Dillon Intimidators, which was a very well-disciplined and talented team. This was a great early tournament with good talent to help us determine in which areas we need to improve.
10th Grade girls also represented the Stampede organization very well finishing in 2nd place against the Intimidators. They also showed a no-quit and no-fear attitude. We are very proud of both teams!
The 7th Grade girls played in the local Jammers tournament to get an early experience of what travel competition is about. They played hard and Coach Burns stated that the team did a lot of good things and is very optimistic for the season.
Northwood Academy junior basketball standout Amber Campbell is poised to become only the fourth player in SCISA history to score 3,000 points in a career. Campbell is averaging 31.8 points per game and needs 20 points tonight against Pinewood Prep to join the elite club.
Nancy Derrick of Wardlaw and Ashley Scott of Northwood both scored more than 4,000 points and went on to play college ball. Derrick played at Auburn and Scott played at the College of Charleston.
Heathwood Hall’s Brionna Dickerson, who went on to play at the University of South Carolina, scored more than 3,400 points.
Derrick and Scott played on the varsity team in the seventh grade.
But SCISA changed its eligibility rule and Campbell couldn’t play on varsity until the eighth grade.
Dickerson’s bid for 4,000 points came up short when she missed her senior year with an injury.
Campbell has led the Chargers to a 24-3 record. She is averaging 31.8 points, 9.0 rebounds, 5.3 steals and 2.8 assists per game. The Chargers conclude the regular season with a home game on Tuesday and begin tournament play next weekend.
Campbell is only a junior but is getting recruited by SEC, ACC, Big East and Atlantic 10 schools.
Caulder reaches 1,000
Corey Caulder, a sophomore on the Palmetto Christian Academy girls basketball team, scored her 1,000th career point in Tuesday’s 59-49 victory over Dorchester Academy.
She currently has 1,013 points going into tonight’s game against Calhoun Academy. She is completing her third year on the varsity team and has accumulated 351 rebounds, 305 assists and 245 steals.
Porter-Gaud basketball standout K.J. James admits he wants to follow in his father’s footsteps and play college basketball at Michigan State.
His father, Kurt James, was considered one of the top high school players in Michigan his senior year and played for Michigan State in the early 1980s.
“I went up there a couple of years ago, toured the campus, practiced a little in the facility and met the coaches,” James said. “I hear stories about Michigan State all the time from my dad. It’s pretty neat.”
James, who was born in New York and moved to the Lowcountry 11 years ago, seems to have the talent and the shoes to follow his dad’s path. He’s 6-5½, weighs 215 pounds and wears a size 17 basketball shoe. His coach, John Pearson, thinks James could still grow two or three more inches.
“He has a high ceiling for improvement,” Pearson said. “He could grow a couple more inches, which would make a huge difference in his recruitment. He’s right on target with his development. He’s going to leave here as one of the top players we’ve ever had.”
James, a junior, is averaging 19.3 points and 8.8 rebounds a game for the top-ranked SCISA Class AAA Cyclones, who enter tonight’s game against Northwood Academy with an eight-game winning streak and a 16-3 record.
Michigan State isn’t the only school in the recruiting picture. James says he will consider any school that shows interest in him. “It’s too early to close the door on any school,” he said.
Some of the other schools that have been in contact include Cincinnati, College of Charleston, Clemson, Georgia, VCU, Wake Forest and App State. The list continues to grow every day.
Deciding on a college might be as hard as finding a pair of size 17 sneakers.
“It was very difficult to find shoes after I reached size 15,” James said. “But I learned how to order online, and now it’s pretty easy. You just have to be patient until they arrive.”
College isn’t James’ top priority right now. He and the Cyclones are setting their sights on a state championship. Porter-Gaud hasn’t won a state title since 2005, when they won their third straight.
“Winning a state championship is very important to me,” James said. “It’s the team’s No. 1 priority. All the individual stuff takes a back seat. We want to get back to the state championship and bring back the trophy.”
SC Hornets Shootout & AAU District II Tourney (May 18-20)
Great Weekend for the Stampede Girls. I would like to thank all the help that was available this weekend which allowed me to stay in Charleston to watch Dillon play in a local tournament. Thank you to the coaches Pressley,Alexa,Steve,and Laura who represents our program with plenty of knowledge of the game. For Carla,Kristy,Scott,Peggy keeping stats. Thanks for the pictures sent in from parents and the team parents keeping coolers full and for the parents who help carpool from game to game makes our program successful.
The 9th grade white played up an age group and was still able to bring home the gold. Game one had us playing the SC Stars and with a balanced attack we won big. High scorers were Katelyn who had 18 and Corey who had 15. Game two was the most exciting game of the tournament which had us down 12 at halftime. Corey came out in the second half with a scoring frenzy and and hit a 3 pointer at the buzzer to force overtime and with big foul shots by Katelyn and Corey we pulled out a big win. Another reason for the win was Alley dominating the boards with 11 rebounds. Game three was the Championship. We came out to a quick start and held the lead the whole game. Great job to Corey for scoring 18 in the championship game.
The 7th grade girls played extremley well this weekend. Game one had us against an 8th Grade team. We got off to a quick start and never looked back. Hannah chipped in with 19 and Alley had a double double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Also, Nikki had 10 points.Game two we continued to play well with the press working effectivly. We jumped to another quick start. Christine dominated the boards with 12 rebounds and Hannah had 18 points and Alley also with 10 points.Game 3 had us scoring 40 points in the first half with a balanced offensive attack. Hannah 19 and Nikki chipped in 10. Game 4 the Championship game maybe had us playing our best all weekend as we crushed a very good team for the win. Hannah 27 points Nikki 12 and Lindsey controlled the boards with 10.
9th Grade Green was on the short side of all three games losing all three by a combined point total of 11. With the team split of half 8th grade and half 9th grade we competed very well. All games could have went either way. Garris had a double double with 10 and 10. Maddie had a good weekend chipping in 12 against the Hornets. Game two had Garris with 13 rebounds. Game three had Garris again dominating the boards with 10. So all three games had Garris with over 10 rebounds for a great job.
AAU Hornet Shootout Tournament Co-MVP: Corey Caulder with an average of 19.34 points for the weekend, hitting a three pointer to send them into overtime after trailing the entire game and winning by four against the Carolina Jazz. Corey had 25 points in that game vs the Jazz. She also averaged 3 steals and 4 rebounds per game for the tournament.
Honorable mention goes to Katelyn Powell with two games scoring 13 and 18 and Allie Stasky pulling down 11 rebounds.
AAU Hornets Tournament Co-MVP is Hannah Corbett averaging 20.75 points for four games and scoring 27 points in the Championship game. Honorable mention goes to Nikkie scoring double digits in two games with 12 points in the championship and 10 points in bracket play. Allie Tucker came through with two games in double digits scoring 10 points against and 8th grade team and 10 points in pool play. Christine Egede had 12 rebounds and Lyndsey Ellington pulled down 10 rebounds in the championship game.
Honorable mention for the 9th grade goes to Garris Grant with a double double with 10 points and 10 rebounds and 13 rebounds and 10 rebounds. Maddie Tucker scored 12 points against the SC Hornets.
Amber Campbell was the MVP for the high school team in the Palmetto State Classic averaging 25.75 points per game and scoring 35 in the Championship game. Honorable mention goes to Alyssa Kinsey with a double double in the Championship game with 14 points and 10 rebounds.
YBOA PALMETTO STATE CLASSIC
Congratulations to both the 8th grade and High School Girls for winning another tournament this year.
For the 8th grade it was the best basketball we have played all year as there were ten teams in the tournament and we dominated all four games. The scores will not do the other teams any justice however the four games we played were against pretty good teams who have probaly won their fair share of games this year. We were able to score big numbers this weekend and again were able to play some man to man defense also with us pressing and giving teams a fit on the defensive side of the ball.
The High School girls may have not had as many teams in their division however we had to beat a pretty high quality team twice. We had some big moments in some games where we would go on 10 to 12 points runs which enabled us to be up by as much as 25 in the championship game.
Tournament MVP was Hannah Corbett. Hannah had a big weekend leading the 8th grade team to another championship. She had a 33 point game along with a 26 point game and two games with 7 and 8 steals. Weekend totals
24 Point Average
McKenzie with two games of rebounds of 10 and 11
Caroline with 14 points and 9 rebounds in the finals
Amp with 13 points in the semi finals
SCAAU STATE TOURNAMENT - DISTRICT QUALIFIER
Although we came up on the short end with our 9th grade white team against a very talented team in the Ballers, we were in a position for the game to go either way at the end. With a win over the Carolina Crusdaders who had us on the ropes late in the game, we found out we have a special team that did not quit and pulled a big win. Great job this weekend.
The 9th Grade green team played well all weekend with a nice win over a quality AAU team. Also, we played the 76ers to the end with this game in question the whole way. Nice Job.
High School Team went 2 and 1 and was eliminated by a point system. With three teams in a tie for advancement and only two spots available, the team with the highest margin of victory moved on. Tough way to get eliminated from tournament.
Our Standout player for this weekend was Katelyn Powell who earned the Most Valuable Player for the weekend. Katelyn stepped up in the big games this weekend by averaging over 20 points in those three games. Not only was her scoring on, but she was an overall player in the tournament with good ball handling skills and very aggressive play on the defensive side. Great job this weekend.
Honorable Mention to Caroline McQueeney and Garris Grant for a Double Double on the 8th Grade team. For the High School Team we had Michele Boykin with 25 points in a game and Rhetta Moore with 17 points in a game for the 7th grade. Nice job Stampede!
YBOA LOWER STATE QUALIFIER, CHARLESTON, APRIL 28-29
YBOA LOWER STATE QUALIFIER, CHARLESTON, APRIL 28-29
Congratulations to the 8th Grade girls for another tournament championship going 5-0 beating two 9th grade teams in the process.
We played very well with 4 of the 5 games in a running clock situation.
The Aiken Tournament Most Valuable Player was Alyssa Kinsey. She ended up with a Double Doubles in all 4 games we played. Also leading the way in the Finals with 20 points and 14 Rebounds.
Most Valuable Player:
Alyssa Kinsey averaged 16 points and 12 Rebounds a game
All Tournament Players:
Michelle Boykin averaged 21 points a game
Corey Caulder averaged 23 points a game
Katelyn Powell averaged 22 points a game
Caroline McQueeney averaged 14.5 points a game
Hannah Corbett averaged 11.5 points a game
High School Girls win another tournament. Going 4-0 in Aiken gives the High School girls thier second Title on this early year. This win also gives the girls an automatic bid to the AAU Nationals. Game one featured three girls in double digits Michelle 19 points 7 steals ,ZiZi 12 points ,Alyssa 12 points 10 rebounds for a double double. Game 2 Highlights were again Michelle leading the way with 19 points and Alyssa with another double double 13 points 10 rebounds. Game three had three girls with double digits Michelle 25 points Mary Harriett with 10 points and Alyssa with another double double 19 points 12 rebounds. Game four had us a little short handed with some players having to leave however we still had enough man power to pull off the championship game. Ayllsa finished with her forth double double of the weekend 20 points 14 rebounds and with Eden chipping in with 10 points for a solid performance to seal the game.
The 9th grade girls had thier first two games cancel from a forfiet. We were able to pick a game up against the Statesboro Swarm which was a good challenge as we fell down 8-0 in the first minutes of the game. However we were able to stay in the game and build a lead going into halftime by 11 points. We built the lead by as many as 20 in the second half but as we all know most leads in travel can quickly change as did this game did. With 50 seconds left we were up by 5 with Katelyn stepping to the line and sinking two foul shots to take a lead by seven. With a defensive stand we were able to hold off the team and pick up a win. We had two girls with 23 points a peice Katelyn and Corey. Game one in the Bracket had us against the best team in the tournament with the score tied at the end of three. The ball or shots did not go our way in the fourth with us coming up short by 13.
The 8th grade girls also had a forfeit to deal with. Then our first game was against a younger team that seen the Stampede again in a running clock situation. Even with the running clock we had Caroline ending up with 19 points. Game two brought us up against Palmetto Lightning which is a very good team and organization with a good fan following. We knew this would be the team we would need to beat to win this tournament. With both teams struggling to score thru out the first half we were sitting on a 13 to 11 lead at halftime. By the end of the game we were outplayed in most all areas. We ended up with 29 turn overs and only 4 steals so they protected the ball much better then we did. Also with 26 missed offensive shots we were able to only get 4 offensive rebounds for put backs. Of course with the amount of turn overs and the lack of second chance points we were not able to generate enough offense to win this game. This was a good learning expeirence for the girls as we know we have to play every possession harder then the oppenent to beat good teams. You will see a different attitude the next time we take the floor as I expect the girls to come out to prove something in the next tournament. Hannah with 14 points and Caroline with 10 points were the two who had double digets in this game.
Charleston Stampede update for the weekend of the Columbia Invitational AAU Tournament. Our 8th Grade girls went 4-0 winning the Championship game in big fashion. Three out of the four wins were over 25 points. With an average of 55 points per game with running clocks in three out of four games should speak loudly for the first tournament.
9th Grade Girls White Team had a record of 4-0 also. The highlight of this weekend was the win over 10th/11th Grade High School Team by 17 points. Nice win with our first Championship of this early year.
We also had our High School team at this tournament. We dominated first three games and was the team to beat. The Championship game was a back and forth game with us falling short at the end. We feel strongly this team will win some championships this year.
Our Most Valuable Player this weekend was off the High School Team. Congratulations to
26 Points Per Game
6 Steals Per Game
5 Rebounds Per Game
2.7 Assist Per Game
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Bishops Win 2A State Title
Perfect Season 28-0
Congratulations to Amber Campbell on a great season!
She is averaging:
27.2 points per game
SCISA Division 2 Regional Player of the Year.
Congratulations to Corey Caulder on a great season!
She is averaging:
17 points per game
To cap off her successful season, she was unanimously voted SCISA Division 1 Regional Player of the Year. Go Corey!
Follow your Stampede Players thru off season
Stampede High School Girls
Amber Campbell Northwoods Varsity
Amber Corbett Bishop England Varsity
Katelyn Grisillo Bishop England Varsity
Mary Harriett Moore Bishop England Varsity
Mia Kiernan Bishop England Varsity
Erin Artigues Bishop England Varsity
Michelle Boykin Bishop England Varsity
April Newton Bishop England Varsity
ZiZi Archambault Bishop England Varsity
Tinsley Hallman Wando Varsity
Ebony Ross North Carolina ATT
Colleen Lueng Converse College
Stacey Fairey John Hopkins University
Stampede 8th Grade Girls
Holly Foscolos Bishop England JV
Anna Marie Corder Bishop England JV
Maddie Tucker Bishop England JV
Gabby Pinillos Bishop England JV
Nicole Loftis Bishop England JV
Allie Staskey Wando Varsity
Corey Caulder PCA Varsity
Choral Linhart Academic Magnet
Jo Jo Tompkins Laing
Stampede 7th Grade Girls
Katelyn Powell Northwoods JV
Caroline McQueeney Northwoods JV
Hannah Corbett Blessed Sacrament 8th Grade
Anna Marie Penninger Blessed Sacrament 8th Grade
McKenzey Clarey Blessed Sacrament 8th Grade
Nikki Foscolos Blessed Sacrament 8th Grade
Erin Rose Christ our King 8th Grade
Ashley Burns Christ Our King 8th Grade
Beau Faith Porter Gaud Varsity
Rhetta Moore Christ Our King 7th Grade
Charleston Stampede High School Boys
KJ James Porter Gaud Varsity
Ty Solomon Charleston Collegiate Varsity
Dillon Corbett Bishop England Varsity
Griffin Herbert Bishop England Varsity
Tucker Moring First Baptist Varsity
Shaquille Richardson First Baptist Varsity
Dexter Doyle Ft. Dorchester Varsity
Alex Frasier Stall Varisity
J. T. Waters PCA Varsity
Johnny Birch St. Johns Varsity
Wesley Welborn Academic Magnet
Michael Preddy Porter Gaud Varsity
Ernest Heyward West Ashley Varsity
North Charleston Tournament
A recap of the three games we played today. We started the tournament against the North Charleston Sparks where we started out a little rusty from lack of practice time and only built a three point lead at halftime. With the girls warming up and a few adjustments we added to our lead by out scoring the Sparks by 23 in the second half. Great second half of basketball by the Stampede. Moving to the second game against an older and very good Hawks team we found our team down by as many as 10 in the first half and went into the first half down by 5. And then our shots started falling and we played a very solid second half where we outscored the Hawks by 19 to win the ball game by 14. Great job Stampede girls of getting mentally tough and not looking for excuses but just flat out playing the game to win. This led us into Sunday for the Championship game where we had to play the North Charleston Kings. We started this game on a 9-to zero run and never looked back as we only had two turn overs in the first half and we were playing well. Not much changed the second half as continued to play well and built on our lead by as many as 28 points. Great job on another tournament win.
Katelyn Powell CO MVP of the Peach Slam AAU Tournament
All Tournament Players selected for the Peach Slam AAU Tournament
Peach Slam AAU Tournament Summary
The Stampede Girls went into Atlanta and made a huge impact on the travel basketball circuit. We started out with our first game against an Addias sponsored program the Atlanta Celtics. A very well respected program and we came out and played our game and shocked everyone there with a convincing win. Game two was Saturday morning where we played the Geogia Elite. We were in a game for the first half as we were up 25 to 12. But the second half was probaly the best half of basketball we played this year by adding 44 points in one half to our total. We then moved to our third game where we had to play the Geogia Hoopstars who were the best all around team that we have seen this year. We fell down by as many as 17 in the first half and was down 14 at halftime. This is where we found out alot about our girls as instead of quitting and getting blowed out we brought the game to a 4 point deficit late in the contest. As the out come was not in our favor it did not take away from the fact that we have deveolped a group of winners.
We did with the two wins make it to the finals where we again were faced with the huge challange of the Hoopstars. Though out this game we won over the fans and had everyone pulling for us to win. We were again in the game the whole way and fell short at the end however this out come does not in any way take away from the success we had at this tournament.
I have already received an email from the director wanting us to come back and saying that we made a name for our program and we should be proud.The tournament coaches and the Director picks an All tournament team and the Stampede had several girls to make the team.
CO MVP of the tournament went to KATELYN POWELL All Tournament Team Went To COREY CAULDER CAROLINE MCQUEENEY
All stats are posted under teams and rosters Chareleston Stampede AAU