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Paris Parham Jr. Is Sizzling At St. John’s Military Academy (WI)

Former Illinois high school standout Paris Parham Jr. is in the midst of a strong postgraduate season at St. John’s Military (WI) and continues to raise his recruiting stock.

Parham, a 6’3 guard, is a versatile backcourt talent with good size. Parham’s signature offensive weapon is his jump shot which he knocks down with range out beyond the three-point arc.

Parham knocked down 5 three-pointers en route to scoring 19 points to lead St. John’s Military to a win at the Spire Showcase on Friday night.

Parham has knocked down 5 or more three-pointers in 8 different games this season.

Parham, who has had a major growth spurt over the past couple of years, can play either backcourt position.

Parham is poised to see a spike in his recruiting and will be in action with St. John’s Military this weekend at the Spire Showcase and next weekend at the National Prep School Invitational in Rhode Island.

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Super 10 High School Team Rankings

Rank Team Record Conference
1. Bolingbrook 18-0 SouthWest Suburban-Blue
2. Edwardsville Record Southwestern
3. Chicago Curie 20-2 CPL-Red Central
4. Chicago Simeon 19-2 CPL Red-South
5. Evanston 18-3 Central Suburban-South
6. Chicago Morgan Park 15-3 CPL Red-South
6. Fremd 20-0 Mid-Suburban League – West
7. Wheaton-Warreville South 21-1 DuPage Valley
9. Geneva 24-0 Upstate Eight-River
10. Chicago Whitney Young 16-5 CPL Red-West

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Belleville Althoff’s Jordan Goodwin To Have Surgery Ends Season, Career

Jordan Goodwin (St. Louis) became the all-time leading scorer and rebounder at Belleville Althoff on Tuesday night in what was the last game of his high school career. Goodwin will have surgery on his shoulder which will end his season.

Goodwin will have surgery later this week.

Goodwin led Althoff to the 3A state championship last year as a junior.

Goodwin broke the scoring record previously held by Kevin Lisch who starred at St. Louis as a collegian.

Goodwin continued to play after dislocating his shoulder earlier in the month against East St. Louis. The shoulder had been a lingering issue for Goodwin who decided he couldn’t play through it any longer.

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Gary DeCesare Selected To Coach McDonald’s All-American Game

Chicago St. Rita head coach Gary DeCesare has been selected to coach the West Team in the 2017 McDonald’s All-American Game.

DeCesare’s distinguished coaching resume includes a legendary run as head coach at St. Raymond in the Bronx, New York. DeCesare then became a college assistant coach at Richmond before being associate head coach at DePaul ahead of taking over at St. Rita in 2009.

DeCesare will coach a West Team that will be headlined by Washington-bound Michael Porter Jr. and Arizona-bound DeAndre Ayton.

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Bogan Knocks Simeon From Ranks Of The Unbeaten

#1-ranked Simeon fell from the ranks of the unbeaten on Thursday falling on the road to Red-South rival Bogan 83-64.

Kamari Thornton led the way for Bogan with 16 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. Devin Booker added 16 points and 6 assists. Sophomore forward Rashaun Agee scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

Simeon falls to 17-1 on the season including a 7-1 record in the Red-South.

Bogan improves to 13-6 on the season including a 5-3 record in the Red-South.

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