Greensboro Day School getting ready for the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals:Round One Quarterfinals on Thursday

Posted by Andy Durham on March 27, 2017 at 7:16 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

The DICK’S Sporting Goods High School Nationals returns to New York City for the fourth consecutive year, featuring the best high school basketball talent in the country.

The three-day, single-elimination tournament begins Thursday, March 30, at noon with the boys quarterfinals on ESPNU, and continues on Friday, March 31, with the girls semifinals (11 a.m. & 1 p.m., ESPNU) and boys semifinals (3 p.m. & 5 p.m., ESPN2). The tournament culminates on Saturday, April 1, with the girls championship (10 a.m.,ESPN2) and the boys championship game (noon, ESPN).

All eight of the boys teams selected to play in the ninth annual tournament are ranked in the top 20 of the USA Today Super 25 Expert Rankings, and all four of the girls teams are also ranked in the top 20. This year’s pool will include five state champions.

In the boys field, five of the top ten ranked teams in the nation will participate, including Findlay Prep (Nev.), IMG Academy (Fla.), La Lumiere (Ind.), Montverde Academy (Fla.) and 2016 DICK’S Nationals Champion Oak Hill Academy (Va.). Two other boys teams competing in the tournament won their respective state championships, including Greensboro Day School (N.C.) and Shadow Mountain High School (Ariz.).


THURSDAY, 03/30/17
Christ the King High School
Middle Village, NY
12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm

3 Montverde (FL)
Game 1 – Thursday, March 30
ESPNU @ 12:00 PM
6 Shadow Mountain (AZ)

2 IMG Academy (FL)
Game 3 -Thursday, March 30
ESPNU @ 4:00 PM
7 Greensboro Day (NC)

4 Findlay Prep (NV)
Game 2 -Thursday, March 30
ESPNU @ 2:00 PM
5 Oak Hill (VA)

1 La Lumiere (IN)
Game 4 -Thursday, March 30
ESPNU @ 6:00 PM
8 Wasatch (UT)

The girls field includes three teams won their respective state championships including Miami Country Day School (Fla.), Seton Catholic (Ariz.) and St. Frances (Md.), as well as Hamilton Heights Christian Academy (Tenn.)

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