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UPDATE (9:11 PM)-
**Thomas Jefferson 2020 OT Mac Duda picks up an offer tonight from Cornell.
Humbled and excited to announce that I have received an Ivy League offer from Cornell University! Thank you @CUCoachArcher @CoachFalbo for this great opportunity! #GoBigRed #BIGRED20 🔴⚪️🐻 @BigRed_Football pic.twitter.com/5d27k2vbRm
— Mac Duda (@mduda72) March 12, 2019
UPDATE (3:08 PM)-
**Another visit to a Power 5 school for Seneca Valley 2020 center Josh Kaltenberger.
— Josh Kaltenberger (@JKaltenberger65) March 11, 2019
UPDATE (2:30 PM)-
**Aliquippa’s 3-star linebacker Zuriah Fisher has received his 3rd Power Five offer. Today, Fisher picked up an offer from Indiana and how holds offers from Minnesota, Syracuse, Temple, UMass, Ball State and Ohio.
UPDATE (1:43 PM)-
Ej Farmer offers and recruitment has really pick up!! @ej_farmer has put in so much work, now it’s time to take it to ANOTHER LEVEL!!! #EJF #NOPOLITICS #JUSTWORK 🙏🏽📚🏀 @AOR2021 @all_ohio @highmajorscoop @McDAAG @john_stovall @LEFalconsHoops @sammybball87 pic.twitter.com/Sbj7JSRpri
— Jonathan Burge (JB) (@JB_ANOTHERLEVEL) March 11, 2019
UPDATE (12:07 PM)-
— Pitt Basketball (@Pitt_MBB) March 11, 2019
UPDATE (12:02 PM)-
Some names for Niagara that make sense: Pat Beilein, Gerry McNamara, Tobin Anderson.
Fairfield could look at all those guys too, plus Andy Toole, Scott Spinelli, and Luke Murray (who is the name that makes most sense).
— Kevin Sweeney (@CBB_Central) March 11, 2019
UPDATE (11:25 AM)-
Most PIAA Tournament BBB Wins in PA History:
2) Kennedy Catholic-102
6) Lower Merion-60
7) Beaver Falls-59
7) Cathedral Prep-59
— Bob Greenburg (@BobGreenburg) March 10, 2019
UPDATE (10:10 AM)-
The 2️⃣0️⃣1️⃣9️⃣ ⛹️♀️ Brenda Reilly COACH OF THE YEAR is… @RMUWBasketball’s Charlie Buscaglia
— Northeast Conference (@NECsports) March 11, 2019
Her 3️⃣rd All-@NECsports selection comes after averaging 12.2 points and 7.6 rebounds per game, with 6️⃣ double-doubles and 2️⃣ new milestones (500 rebounds, 100 steals) to her name.
— RMU Basketball (@RMUWBasketball) March 11, 2019
UPDATE (7:41 AM)-
**Over the weekend, Virginia 2020 athlete LaMareon James made his commitment while on a visit to North Carolina. Previously, James told PSN that he planned on making an upcoming visit to Pitt.
— 𝐿𝒶𝑀𝒶𝓇𝑒𝑜𝓃 𝒟. 𝒥𝒶𝓂𝑒𝓈⁴✨ (@lamareon_james) March 10, 2019