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For Myles Grey, basketball is a full-time job

Myles Grey remembers the day Damon Stern showed up at his elementary school to share his basketball skills. It was a defining moment in Grey's development. Stern played guard at Reading High. He teamed with Khary Mauras to form one

Dee Kantner not close to calling it a game

Dee Kantner's bucket list is blank. Most people her age still have a long list of things they want to accomplish or experience, but not the 1978 Exeter grad. She's done it all when it comes to officiating basketball. She has

JayJay Jordan knows only one speed: full speed

It's the middle of June, in a mostly empty gym, in a summer league basketball game where everything is relaxed. The coaches and refs are wearing shorts; the players' uniforms consist of a T-shirt with a sponsor's name across the

Donovan Gingrich is a name you might want to remember

The highlight of Donovan Gingrich's freshman season came against Reading High when he knocked down a 3-pointer in front of a packed house at Conrad Weiser. He was excited to play before so many people and to hit a '3' against one

Class of 2022: Berks college basketball commitments

Daniel AlcantaraReading HighKutztown UniversityTroy FrantzSchuylkill ValleyCarlow UniversityXavier GoodmanKutztownNorthampton CCMatt HarleyGov. MifflinAlvernia UniversityJulien O'BrienWyomissingAlvernia UniversityColin

Rodriguez, Suarez end FIBA Tournament on a high note

Ruben Rodriguez and Edwin Suarez each went out on a high note in the FIBA U18 Americas Championship at Tijuana, Mexico. Rodriguez, a rising senior at Reading High, had seven points and six rebounds in an 86-82 win over Mexico in

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