High School Basketball loses one before the season gets started:Eaves leaves for Louisville, Kentucky

Anthony Eaves(Page HS) has left for the bluegrass state of Kentucky and his family plans on settling in and Anthony plans to attend his dad’s old high school, Ballard High of Louisville…

The move was made before the school year began and Anthony has made his way back to his dad’s hometown and Jerry Eaves had quite a bit of success back in days as a high school player in Kentucky, where he was named Mr. Basketball for the entire state his senior year and then went on and played on an NCAA Championship team for the Louisville Cardinals and this should give Anthony more direct contact with the Kentucky college basketball recruiters and Anthony also should be able to give Ballard High a big basketball boost this season….

Talk about Anthony coming to Kentucky from the web:
Page is one of the best programs in NC. He is going from one great program to another. He should fit in well at Ballard because of this as he has played with a talented team in the past and will do so this year.

*****Well we got one loss on our record even before the season has started and with high school basketball practice set to begin in about two and a-half weeks, this may be old news to some, but it has to be new news to many…….*****

Page still with Graves, Hill-Mais, Seegars and Overton back and now more kids will get a chance to step up……


  1. Every great team needs at least 1 of each of these 3: big guys for controlling the paint, great ball handling to control the tempo and great shooter to control the game while inside/outside. Ty can get it going but I think without his wing man (Anthony) keeping the defense honest with his great shooting ability, this will be a much tougher year for the Page boys. Never underestimate the importance to having a guy that is flat out fill it up night in and night out. You know the old saying “there is always room for a great shooter”. Someone on the Page team better be in the gym getting some shots now.

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