Posts Tagged ‘Amanda Carney’

Amanda Carney has a loving home @UMES where her coaches are pleasantly surprised and pleased!

Congratulations Class Of 2017!


The Franklin Basketball Club would like to congratulate the Class of 2017 [Amanda Carney(University of Maryland Eastern Shore), Adrianna Fletcher(Notre Dame of Maryland), Alexzandra Walker(Rider University), Kaitlyn Doran(Undecided) and Kiiantay Darrell(Undecided) on an outstanding senior year! As you begin to look forward to your next chapter of life we hope that you will take a small part of the program with you. The lessons, experiences, and growth are now all a huge part of the complete student athlete you have become. Remember that we are family and are always here for you as you travel along your journey. The program, coaches, and yes even Ol’ Skool will be here with strong shoulders, years of experience, and even some tissues if you need them. All the best and God speed….”It’s Time 2 Represent!” Whether in the classroom or on the basketball court always remember that you are an FBC Defenders “SOLDIER” so #ShowUpAndShowOut!


06 2017

FBC Defenders Among Best In The State In Scoring and Threes According to NJ.COM


Scoring Leaders:

Radaisha Talley, Academy for Urban Leadership Charter, 10-201-20.1
Amanda Carney, Old Bridge, 11-216-19.6

Three Point Leaders:
Rachel Kuhl, Old Bridge, 12-31-2.6


01 2017

Freshman Rachel Kuhl Drains 8 threes on her way to 28 points while Senior Amanda Carney had 3 threes on her way to 16 points against Spotswood High!

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Rachel Kuhl scored a game-high 28 points, draining eight 3-pointers, to propel Old Brdige to a 57-40 victory over Spotswood in Spotswood. While Senior Amanda Carney added 16 points with two 3-pointers for Old Bridge, which trailed 28-22 at halftime, but used a 35-12 second half to secure the win. Click Here For Full Article.


01 2017

Amanda Carney, Class of 2017, Highlight Video with 3 yr stats included!

Coaches, if you are looking for a kid that can help you win games then here she is. Amanda Carney is a rising senior, class of 2017, guard with college level shooting range and an extremely high basketball IQ. She has been a major contributor on her high school (Old Bridge High School) and AAU team (FBC Defenders) since freshman year! Her skill set enables her to control and impact games in a number of ways from scoring to creating to defending. Don’t take my word for it just check out the highlight video and them come to any Blue Chip Basketball college exposure event at Spooky Nook Sports in PA and see for yourself!

For Highlight Video click here…



06 2016