A look back at five of the top individual performance in New Jersey from the '15-'16 high school season
Congratulations to all named to the 2016 All-Metro boys Basketball Honorable Mention list
Senior guard Isiah Reyes exploded with 20 of his 36 points in the fourth quarter and sank the deciding free throws that sent his Roughriders past Camden, 85-83, for the Group 2 state championship
MSG Varsity presents its annual New Jersey boys basketball awards including player of the year, coach of the year, first team, second team, and honorable mention.
MSG Varsity honors the best boys basketball players for the 2014-15 season in MSGVarsity's New Jersey region, including player of the year Isaiah Briscoe.
2015 ALL-METRO BOYS BASKETBALL FIRST TEAM TRI-STATE PLAYER OF THE YEAR GUARD/FORWARD RAWLE ALKINS (Junior) Christ the King, NYC, 6-5 Alkins made a seamless transfer from being a complimentary player to instantly become one of the top players in the tri-state and earn plenty of NCAA Division I
MSG Varsity will live stream dozens of New Jersey state high school playoff games, beginning this fall.
West Side moved to 4-0 for the first time since 2007 and avenged a 28-0 loss to Irvington (3-1) last season. The Roughriders are 2-0 in the Liberty with another key divisional game Friday against Caldwell.
Second-seeded University did hang on to beat the sixth-seeded Roughriders, 65-61, in the semifinals of the Newark Public Schools Holiday Tournament at Essex County College in Newark.
A student-produced video from West Side HS.