Bo(Ellis) Knows Basketball and Jaden Ellis knows Basketball too:Ellis with 34 points and Page HS scores 93 to go (3-0) on the new season

Posted by Andy Durham on November 25, 2019 at 12:53 am under High School | 4 Comments to Read

Jaden Ellis(Page High School), with 34 points and 5 assists, to lead the Page Pirates boys basketball team over Carolina First Flight on Saturday at the Phenom Hoops Challenge/Gate City Classic…Page takes the win, 93-78 to improve to (3-0) on the new season, under the direction of new head coach Evan Fancourt.

Page boys (3-0) and led by Jaden, not Bo, Ellis….You had Bo Ellis at Marquette, then there was Dale Ellis at Tennessee, and now we have Jaden Ellis, at Page HS…

Ellis with 34 of the Pirates 93 points and he received excellent support, from his Pirate supporting cast of Zion Conner and Jason Sellars…Conner with 23 points and Conner was 4-4 from three-point range, while Sellars added 16 points and 8 big rebounds for the Page Pirates….

Page was in action at the Phenom Hoops Gate City Classic….Page now at (3-0) and set to take on the Southern Guilford Storm, on Tuesday at the Mac Morris Gym, over at Walter Hines Page High School…Game time should be around 7:30pm…..

from Saturday at the Phenom Hoops Challenge Gate City Classic:
Rick Lewis
@Coach_Rick57
Simply put, Jaden Ellis had one of the best overall individual performances at the #PhenomGateCity Showcase…
34 points
5 assists
2 steals
1 TO (ONLY)

Phenom Hoop Report
@Phenom_Hoops
Player Standouts at Day Two of Phenom Gate City Classic
#PhenomGateCity

– 2020 Carson McCorkle(Greensboro Day School)
– 2021 Elijah Ormiston
– 2022 DJ Nix
– 2020 Trent McIntyre(Piedmont Classical School)
– 2021 Jamarii Thomas(High Point Christian Academy)
– 2020 Mylyjael Potaet
– 2021 Kuluel Mading(High Point Central HS)


  • Page Alum said,

    Just imagine how good Page would be if the duo of Ellis and McIntyre stayed together

  • Last year said,

    McIntyre would have graduated last year but Jamrii Thomas would have been a Sr this year if he would have stayed.

  • Page Alum said,

    Thanks for that information, was not sure of his graduating year. Wow two really good players left Page that’s tough, glad Ellis chose to stick around. Never been a fan of private schools but aye that’s a student and parent choice.

  • hsfan said,

    Public school ball irrelevant unless you playing NYC Cali or philly etc. Private schools get some love in recruiting a la Dematha, Oak Hill, Wesleyan , GDS, FIndlay prep new england nepsac, philly NJ catholic schools. but aau brand circuit is where the coaches look or seek players. Only time a D1 coach coming to see public school is to show face for a kid he/she already offered on the aau nike adidas under armor circuits. Be real ain’t no coach gonna hop in his car drive to watch Metro 4A guilford county schools TO LOOK for players not already on his list.