Posts Tagged ‘Alliera McCoy’

Congratulations to Alliera McCoy as she signs with William Patterson University!

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Alliera McCoy will continue her academic and athletic career as a William Patterson Pioneer! A 3 year letter winner for the Piscaway Chiefs, McCoy help her team win big games at every level from Division to Conference to County Championships. Playing every position from two guard to power forward/center this kid brought a toughness and competitive spirit every night! Although undersized at the post position she consistently lead her team in rebounding behind the motto of “just get it done”. There is much to be excited about with McCoy as most who know and have coached her believe that as good as she has been so far, her best basketball lies ahead of her in college. Please join the FBC Defenders as we salute “Alliera McKoy”.

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06 2016

Defenders @NYLiberty Game Fundraising Event!

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FUN DAY WITH THE FBC DEFENDERS & NY LIBERTY!

The Franklin Basketball Club is teaming up with the NY Liberty to attend a game and raise funds. Spend the day in New York City enjoying the sites, great food, and atmosphere of midtown Manhattan. Then finish it all off with the exciting entertainment of a NY Liberty basketball game and the return of Essence Carson to face former teammates Epiphanny Prince and Tina Charles! We are reaching out to alumni families to help us reach our goal of selling 150 NY Liberty vs LA Sparks tickets on May 21st at 6pm (Madison Square Garden). The flyer contains all the information you need to support the program and get your tickets.
If you and/or your family would like to participate but cannot attend, please consider purchasing a pair of tickets (or more) to help send a child to the game. Thank in advance for your support!
Franklin Basketball Club
Helping Young Ladies Since 1999

 

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04 2016

Kendrea Williams (17 pts), Alliera McCoy (14 pts, 10 Rebs), Amanda Carney (19 pts) In a Piscataway vs Old Bridge shoot out

Piscataway (59) at Old Bridge (42) – Girls Basketball

 By The Star Ledger
on February 02, 2016 7:38 PM

Kendrea Williams scored 17 points as Piscataway defeated Old Bridge, 59-42, in Matawan.

Alliera McCoy had 14 points and LaNiya Miller had nine points for Piscataway, which outscored its opponent, 35-18, in the first half. Aubri McKoy added eight points.

Amanda Carney had a game-high 19 points and Meaghan Dowdell had nine points for Old Bridge.

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02 2016

Kendrea Williams 20 points and Alliera McCoy 18 rebounds! What a dynamic FBC DefendersBball duo…

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Kendrea Williams scored a game-high 20 points and led Piscataway to a 61-29 victory over Woodbridge in Woodbridge.

Nadia Wooten added 12 points as Piscataway hit six 3-pointers as a team and led 41-13 at the half.

Woodbridge got eight players on the scoresheet, with Yamira Bennett and Brooke Timinski leading the way with six points apiece.  Click Here For Full Article

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01 2016

Gabby Smalls (Freshman @Pemberton High) and Alliera McCoy (Senior @Piscataway High) are two of the best rebounders in the state!

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FBC Defenders are proud to announce that our very own Gabby Smalls and Alliera McCoy are two of the best in the state as of January 24th. Gabby Smalls, a 6’1″ freshman forward, is blowing up Burlington county on her way to setting rebounding records for a single game and a freshman season! As her offensive game is starting to come full circle with her defense and rebounding she is beginning to turn the heads of college coaches in bunches. Now securely into her second half of the season only God knows the limits to this freshman baller.

Meanwhile in Piscataway NJ, Alliera McCoy continues to dominate the boards. Now a senior playing along side her travel season teammate (Kendrea Williams) this athletic forward/guard electrifies fans with her graceful spin moves and relentless nose for get the ball. After posting 8 games of 10+ rebounds and no game with less than 6 she has become known throughout Middlesex County as a the “Beast Of The Boards”.

Way To Go Ladies….

Click Here For State Rebounding Leaders

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01 2016