The LuHi forward already has 35 Division I offers and he still has 1 year to go!!


(Newsday – Photo Credit: HANS PENNINK/Hans Pennink)

He says he will take his time and make his college choice later this year. Check out the story from News12 now!

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Former Brentwood Player & Luhi Power Forward Nominated for National Honor!

Former Brentwood star Zed Key, Luhi transfer is burning up the basketball landscape. Started his basketball career in Brentwood and decided to continue his career at Long Island Lutheran High school. Zed has shown growth and is continuing to impress the basketball world. The latest news on Mr. Key is that he been nominated for USA Todays Top 25 Star players of the week.

You can click on the link below to vote for Zed.

Click Here to Vote!

Here are the candidates for this week’s Super 25 Top Star. Players are nominated based off games played in the previous week.

Vote now in the poll below.



2nd Annual Mandy’s Mark All-Star Game at LuHi- Ballin’ for a Cause

Last year was the first year for the Mandy’s Classic All-Star game and it was a doozy! Well don’t miss out on this year’s event. The date is Saturday June 16 and it’s featuring some the region’s hottest ballers vs. Long Island’s Finest… both girls and boys!

Here are some pictures from last years event…

Last years girls Long Island All-Star Team

Last years girls Regional All-Star Team

Last years girls All-Star game MVP – St. Mary’s & St. John’s commit

Kadeja Bailey

Below are the Boys Long Island and Regional All-Stars from Last years inaugural game.

and the MVP of the Boys game was Setan Hall commit Jordan Walker

See founder of iLuvBBall, Rodini with parents of Amanda Kuck, Kim

and Tom  Kuck in photo below

The rosters are set!  3 games, 60 players, over 30 college commits, many underclassmen with D1 talent!

June 16th at LuHi.. 1pm Girls Regional 3pm Boys Regional 5pm Boys LI

Checkout the 2018 Rosters:

Girls Regional All-Stars

Team 1

Brelynn Bellamy

Sydnei Caldwell

Dara Mabrey

Alisha Lewis

Grace Stone

Emily Engstler

Brandy Thomas

Emily Lapointe

Tori Hyduke

Jaida Patrick

Team 2

Kadaja Bailey

Celeste Taylor

Lauren Hansen

Leilani Correa

Michelle Sidor

Faith Masonius

Kateri Poole

Kaia Harrison

Earlette Scott

Kaelyn Satterfield

Boys Long Island All-Stars

Team 1

Tyrone Lyons

Tray Alexander

Zed Key

Tyler St. Furcy

Jon Harewood

Sean Braithwaite

Rhyjon Blackwell

Brenden McGuire

Vic Olawoye

Tyler Small

Team 2

Josh Serrano

Liam Drennan

Jarell White

Alex Sobel

Julien Crittendon

Andrew Desantis

Curtis Fornchor

Jayson Robinson

Danny Ashley

Boys Regional All-Stars

Team 1

Lester Quinones

Jon Kuminga

Jake Betlow

Julian Champagnie

Justin Champagnie

Gary Grant

Dallas Watson

Cartier Bowman

Larry Moreno

Cam Wynter

Team 2

Chris Ledlum

Savion Lewis

Al Amir Dawes

Rich Springs

Tykei Greene

Malachi De Sousa

Majur Majok

Charles Pride

Alexander Rice

Tyson Etienne

Amanda Kuck, daughter of LuHi’s Tom and Kim Kuck, a beautiful, sparkling little four-year-old passed away a little over two years ago. Amanda, most often referred to as “Mandy,” was diagnosed with DIPG on 6/6/15. Unfortunately, only four days after her fifth birthday, Mandy was taken from this earth.

The Mandy’s Mark All-Star Classic is a three-game event that will take place at Long Island Lutheran High School featuring top high school basketball talent from the tri-state area. The games will be played on June 16; girls will play at 1 PM, followed by a boy’s Regional Game at 3 PM and the day will be concluded with a boy’s Long Island Game at 5 PM.

These all-star games were designed to raise awareness of DIPG, raise money for DIPG research, and celebrate the life of a special little girl. We hope to see you at the event to honor Mandy and if you’re unable to make the event, we hope you donate below to help prevent this awful disease.
All proceeds will go towards The Cure Starts Now Foundation. DIPG is an aggressive pediatric brain tumor. Approximately 200-400 children in the US are diagnosed with DIPG each year.  Medical discoveries throughout the last few years have increased survival rates for children diagnosed with cancer.  However, those discoveries have done nothing for DIPG.  There is currently no effective cure and no chance of survival for children diagnosed with this cancer. Only 10% of children with DIPG survive for two years after their diagnosis, and less than 1% survive for five years. You can visit their website to learn more about the foundation at NEWYORK.THECURESTARTSNOW.ORG
Together, we can take a step towards finding a cure for this awful disease.  We hope to have your support.













Mike Clark…from iLuvBBall to High School BBall Coach!

We at iLuvBBall would like to congratulate our former web designer  Michael A. Clark on his new position as assistant coach for the Long Island Lutheran Basketball team.

That being said, it is with great regret that we announce that Mike will no longer be part of iLuvBBall.com.

Check out the announcement on Michael social media feed

“After yrs helping players reach the next level, why not take a shot at doing the same for myself in coaching?! Greatful to God and #LuHi for the opportunity!”

See Coach Mike below with his godson Justin Wright-Foreman budding college star of Hofstra mens basketball.

We would like to thank Mike for his many years of service to the basketball community  and the best of luck in all his future endeavors.

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