Parker powers Simeon past Oak Hill

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Parker powers Simeon past Oak Hill

By Michael O'Brien
Season Pass

Simeons Jabari Parker didnt just dominate the Wolverines 81-68 win over Oak Hill Monday at the Hoop Hall Classic in Springfield, Mass. He put on a show.

The 6-9 Duke recruit scored in nearly every way possible, impressing a national television audience with his post moves, three point shooting, transition baskets, mid-range game and high-flying dunks. He finished with 28 points and five rebounds, shooting 12-for-19 from the floor.

Parker scored Simeons first 11 points, helping the Wolverines to an 11-5 lead they never relinquished.

Simeon senior Jaylon Tate, an Illini recruit, ran the show. He scored 10 points and handed out eight assists, helping the Wolverines, play with more focus and cohesion then theyve demonstrated all season.

Oak Hill, ranked No. 10 in the country by USA Today was able to cut the Simeon lead to three points numerous times in the second half, but the Wolverines, ranked No. 11 by USA Today continually responded.

Kendrick Nunn added 21 points and nine rebounds and Kendall Pollard scored 11. Sophomore DJ Williams continued his recent emergence, adding eight points off the bench for Simeon (15-2).

Glenbard North's Tyrik Henderson goes 1-on-1 with Edgy Tim

Glenbard North's Tyrik Henderson goes 1-on-1 with Edgy Tim

It's been a good winter for Glenbard North junior three-star ranked defensive back Tyrik Henderson (5-foot-10, 165 pounds). Henderson, who added his latest offer on Saturday from Minnesota, has continued to pile up multiple scholarship offers at an impressive rate heading into the all important spring evaluation period. 

Henderson, who also has been playing travel 7-on-7 this winter for Boom Midwest, is a fierce competitor took time from his busy schedule to take part in the annual Dodgeball Madness charity tournament along with some of his Glenbard North teammates. Henderson fills us in on some of his recent offers along with some recent college visit.

I caught up with Tyrik Henderson at the Fifth Annual Franklin Dodgeball Madness Tournament at Franklink Middle School in Wheaton. Proceeds from the tournament benefited the school, the DuPage Hundred Club, Team Red, White and Blue and The Pat Tillman Foundation.

Watch the following video above.

Lake Park's Gino Romano goes 1-on-1 with Edgy Tim

Lake Park's Gino Romano goes 1-on-1 with Edgy Tim

Everyone who took part in the recently-held fifth annual Franklin Middle School Dodgeball Madness charity tournament played for various charitable reasons. The Lake Park Lancers football team chose to honor a person who embodied the true meaning of service and sacrifice.

Lake Park junior linebacker Gino Romano took a few minutes to explain why they decided to play in honor of fallen Bloomingdale police officer Raymond Murrel, the first ever officer who died in the line of duty for the village.

Romano also discussed the Lancers’ offseason and the team’s overall preparation for the upcoming 2017 football slate.

I caught up with Romano at the tournament in Wheaton. Proceeds benefited the school, the DuPage Hundred Club, Team Red, White and Blue and The Pat Tillman Foundation.

Watch the following video above.