Check him out in a game vs #3 ranked public school team in NY Brentwood Indians, where he scores 38 points!
Bruins 59 – LI Lightning Flynn 34
October 14, 2018 SUSA Hauppauge
As the 2018-19 Long Island Varsity basketball season swiftly approaches, we got a glimpse of the front-runner for the girls Player of the Year in Nassau, Kaia Harrison today.
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There were a lot of talented players, scouts, and evaluators present at iLuvBBall’s inaugural Top 100 Combine. One of our Scouts/Staff Writers from Brooklyn NY (Najia Smith), put together her selection of the “Top 10” standout varsity players (in no particular order). Check out who made that list!
#1 Rylan Blondo, Class of 2019, attends Lynbrook High School and plays AAU for the well known Queens Marksmen.
Ryan recognizes his opponent’s actions and