NBA G-LEAGUE BASKETBALL 2017 – NOV 15 – Windy City Bulls defeats Delaware 87ers 112-110


The Windy City Bulls the NBA G League affiliate of the Chicago Bulls, hung on and grabbed their first road win of the season with a 112-110 win over the Delaware 87ers who opens the season at 0-5.

Balance was the name of game as all eight players who saw action in Wednesday’s contest scored in double figures, which ties a franchise record. Diamond Stone paced the Bulls with a team-high 25 points (11-14 FG), six rebounds and two steals. Jaylen Johnson (13 points, 11 rebounds) and Tyler Harris (11 points, 10 rebounds) each tallied double-doubles. Jarell Eddie scored 16, while Jon Octeus and Brandon Wood combined for 24 points, five rebounds and seven assists off the bench.

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Windy City Bulls Center DIAMOND STONE (00) takes a jump shot as Delaware 87ers Forward CHRISTIAN WOOD (35) defends in the first half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Windy City Bulls (Chicago Bulls) Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

The first 12 minutes were not kind to Windy City as they fell behind early when Delaware opened the game on a 19-4 run making six of their first nine three-point shots in the first five minutes. Conversely, the Bulls would struggle shooting 2-of-8 from the field in that time span. The 87ers would enjoy a double-digit lead for the majority of the first quarter and would lead by 35-23 at the end of the first stanza.

Without the services of Emeka Okafor who missed the game with an illness, the 87ers had six players in double figures including three players with 20 or more points. Jacob Pullen poured in a game-high 26 points and added three rebounds and two assists. Newly acquired Christian Wood made an immediate impact registering a double-double (23 points, 10 rebounds) and James Michael McAdoo pitched in with 20 points and eight rebounds.

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Delaware 87ers Forward CHRISTIAN WOOD (35) dunks the ball in the second half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Windy City Bulls (Chicago Bulls) Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

The Sevens continued to hold a double-figure lead, but the Bulls found consistency halfway through the second quarter and Windy City would end the half on a 12-3 run to cut a 15-point deficit down to one. The momentum carried into the second half as the Bulls sprinted out to a five-point lead within the first five minutes of the third quarter. Aided by a 34-point quarter, the Bulls would take a double-digit lead into the final 12 minutes.

The 87ers would make things interesting despite trailing by 13 early in the fourth quarter. Led by Christian Wood who scored 10 of his 23 points in the fourth, Delaware would battle back and cut the lead to one, 106-105 with just over 90 seconds to play.

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Windy City Bulls Guard RYAN ARCIDIACONO (15) bring the ball down the floor in the first half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Windy City Bulls (Chicago Bulls) Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

However, Ryan Arcidiacono would answer right back with a three-point shot to extend the lead to four. With 12.9 seconds remaining and the ball, the 87ers had a chance to tie or take the lead, but Jon Octeus came up with a steal on the inbounds, to help seal the win in the first game of a five-game road trip for the Bulls.

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NBA G-LEAGUE BASKETBALL 2017 – NOV 07 – Westchester Knicks defeated Delaware 87ers 117-90


The Westchester Knicks (3-0), the official NBA G League affiliate of the New York Knickerbockers, finished its first road trip of the 2017-18 season with a dominating 117-90 win over the Delaware 87ers (0-3), the Philadelphia 76ers’ affiliate. Westchester heads into Friday’s home opener in Westchester undefeated.

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Westchester Knicks Guard TREY BURKE (23) drives towards the basket as Delaware 87ers Guard JULIAN JACOBS (4) defends in the second half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Westchester Knicks (New York Knicks) Tuesday, Nov. 07, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

Knicks affiliate Nigel Hayes dropped a game-high 37 points in the contest, narrowly missing a double-double with nine rebounds and four assists. Knicks affiliate Trey Burke followed up his record-breaking 43-point performance in last night’s win with 19 points, eight assists, and four rebounds and steals. Fellow affiliate Xavier Rathan-Mayes also had 19 points, adding four each of rebounds, assists, and steals. Two-Way player Luke Kornet contributed 14 points, eight rebounds, and three blocks, while his counterpart Isaiah Hicks notched his second double-double in a row with 10 points and 12 rebounds to go with two steals and a block.

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Westchester Knicks Forward NIGEL HAYES (20) drives towards the basket as Delaware 87ers Forward JAMES MICHAEL MCADOO (14) defends in the second half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Westchester Knicks (New York Knicks) Tuesday, Nov. 07, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

Delaware had four Two-Way players on hand; two from Philadelphia and two from Washington. 76ers Two-Way player Jacob Pullen paced the Sevens with 18 points, four assists, and two steals while Emeka Okafor completed a double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds. Wizards Two-Way player Mike Young came off the bench for 11 points and four rebounds, his Washington teammate Devin Robinson adding six points in eight minutes.

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Delaware 87ers Forward EMEKA OKAFOR (50) drives towards the basket as Westchester Knicks Center LUKE KORNET (21) defends in the first half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Westchester Knicks (New York Knicks) Tuesday, Nov. 07, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

The Knicks commanded the first quarter from the beginning, jumping out to a 12-0 start. The Sevens, struggling to find its shots, added insult to injury with seven turnovers in the first twelve minutes to the tune of 12 points. Though the home team managed just 14 points in the first, Delaware fared better in the latter part of the half with 26 second quarter points while holding Westchester to 24. Still, heavy damage was done, and the Knicks held a 22-point lead heading into the locker room.

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Down but not out, Delaware held it down in the third quarter with a 33-point showing, but Westchester answered back with 31 of its own. Unfortunately for the home team, its final quarter looked much like the first, and the Knicks ran up as much as a 32 point lead with Nigel Hayes combining for 19 points in the second half. The 117-90 final score in the under two-hour game put Westchester at 3-0 on the season while leaving Delaware winless.

 

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NBA G-LEAGUE BASKETBALL 2017 – NOV 06 – Westchester Knicks defeated Delaware 87ers 113-111


NEWARK, Delaware — The Westchester Knicks (2-0) emerged as the victors tonight in a hot and cold game with the Delaware 87ers (0-2), the Philadelphia 76ers’ affiliate. Down by as many as 16 points, the Knicks came back in a thrilling finish to win it all 113-111.

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Delaware 87ers Guard and 76ers Assignee FURKAN KORKMAZ (30) drives towards the basket as Westchester Knicks Guard XAVIER RATHAN-MAYES (1) defends in the second half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Westchester Knicks (New York Knicks) Monday, Nov. 06, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

Knicks affiliate player Trey Burke set a new franchise record for Westchester with a game-high 43 points, adding on six rebounds, three assists, and three steals. Fellow affiliate Nigel Hayes knocked in 22 points, notching a double-double with 11 rebounds. Two-Way player Isaiah Hicks also recorded a double-double, finishing with 15 points, 11 rebounds and an added two blocks. Luke Kornet, the Knicks’ second Two-Way player, contributed 13 points and seven rebounds while Knicks affiliate Xavier Rathan-Mayes supplied 10 points, seven rebounds, and three assists.

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Delaware 87ers Guard and 76ers Assignee FURKAN KORKMAZ (30) and Westchester Knicks Guard TREY BURKE (23) battle for the loose ball in the first half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Westchester Knicks (New York Knicks) Monday, Nov. 06, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

Sixers Two-Way player Jacob Pullen led the Sevens with 24 points, four assists, and three rebounds; his Two-Way counterpart contributing 15 points, six rebounds, and three blocks. Fellow starter Furkan Korkmaz was just short of a double-double, finishing with 17 points and nine rebounds. Mike Young and Devin Robinson came off the bench with double-digits, Young with 19 and Robinson with 10.

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Delaware 87ers Guard JACOB PULLEN (0) drives towards the basket in the second half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Westchester Knicks (New York Knicks) Monday, Nov. 06, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

The teams were slow to start, with neither side breaking double-digit scoring until 6:50 through the first quarter. Only able to muster 17 points in the first twelve minutes, Westchester found itself down by 13 early in the second. Luckily for the visitors, Burke’s hot shooting picked up with the guard scoring 16 points in the second quarter alone. At the half, the Sevens’ lead was diminished, with the Knicks ahead by two.

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Westchester Knicks Guard TREY BURKE (23) and Westchester Knicks Forward NIGEL HAYES (20) attempts to grab an offensive rebound in the second half of a NBA G-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers and the Westchester Knicks (New York Knicks) Monday, Nov. 06, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL Photo By Saquan Stimpson

The third quarter looked much like the first, as Delaware regained its commanding lead by outscoring the Knicks 34-18. Down 14 points heading into the final quarter, Westchester used a 19-5 run to make a game of it once again. Tying it up 100-100 with 4:33 on the clock, the Knicks then faltered as the Sevens regained a quick six points. In a thrilling finish though, Westchester would come out victorious, the final score 113-111.

NCAA FIELD HOCKEY – 2017 – NOV 05 – Delaware shuts out William and Mary 3-0 in CAA Championship


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Delaware Forward GRETA NAUCK (21) advances the ball down field in the second half of a CAA field hockey Finals game Sunday, Nov. 05, 2017, at Rullo Stadium on the campus of The University of Delaware in Newark. Photo By Saquan Stimpson

Having secured the coveted conference prize Sunday, Delaware positioned itself to pursue its sport’s most treasured trophy.

Considering the Blue Hens have actually been there and done that, they’ll again enter the NCAA Field Hockey Tournament with a “Why not us?” attitude in their quest for another championship.

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The University of Delaware Field Hockey Team celebrates there fifth consecutive CAA Championship after defeating William and Mary 3-0 Sunday, Nov. 05, 2017, at Rullo Stadium on the campus of The University of Delaware in Newark. Clinching the CAA’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament, the Blue Hens will learn their destination and opponent this evening as part of the NCAA Selection Show at 10 p.m. Photo By Saquan Stimpson

It worked a year ago, when they were surprise NCAA champs after finishing the regular season ranked No. 8 nationally. Delaware just so happens to be ranked No. 8 again, though the final Top 25 comes out Tuesday.

Senior Emmeline Oltmans logged her 10th career complete game shutout and finished the contest with two saves while sophomore defender Sarah Horgan notched a defensive save.

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Delaware Goal Keeper EMMELINE OLTMANS (22) makes a diving save in the box in the second half of a CAA field hockey Finals game Sunday, Nov. 05, 2017, at Rullo Stadium on the campus of The University of Delaware in Newark. Photo By Saquan Stimpson

Knotted 0-0 at halftime, senior Taylor Lister scored just 27 seconds into the second half to put UD (15-4) ahead before junior Greta Nauckposted her ninth multi-goal game of the season with tallies in the 54th and 58th minutes.
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Delaware Forward TAYLOR LISTER (2) scores off an assist from Midfielder FEMKE STRIEN (18) as William and Mary Midfielder BOOTER ELLIS (20) defends in the box in the second half of a CAA field hockey Finals game Sunday, Nov. 05, 2017, at Rullo Stadium on the campus of The University of Delaware in Newark. Photo By Saquan Stimpson

Lister finished the game with three points after dishing out an assist on Nauck’s first goal while freshman Lotte de Koning and redshirt senior Kayla Devlin  also collected assists for the Hens.
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The University of Delaware Field Hockey Coach Rolf VAN DE KERKHOF receives a gift commemorating his 100 win while celebrating his team fifth consecutive CAA Championship after defeating William and Mary 3-0 Sunday, Nov. 05, 2017, at Rullo Stadium on the campus of The University of Delaware in Newark. Photo By Saquan Stimpson

“We should be better prepared for whatever’s coming, because we’ve been there,” van de Kerkhof said.

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Wilmington Responds With Relief To Houston


Wilmington City Council, the City of Chester, and PHL2TEXAS organized a three-city response to the crisis in the Texas Gulf Coast area by collecting and deploying needed resources to individuals and families in Houston impacted by hurricane Harvey.

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Girls from Edgemoor Gardens get princess treatment at police ball


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A Wilmington police officer escorts two young ladies into the first annual Police and Princess ball Friday, October 13, 2017 at The Waterfall in Claymont, DE

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Girls from Edgemoor Gardens get princess treatment during The inaugural police and Princess ball Friday, October 13, 2017, at the waterfall in Claymont, DE.

Governor Carney and Mayor Purzycki Announce Investments in Wilmington Infrastructure


Twenty transportation projects in Wilmington will lead to $258 million investment

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney and Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki were joined today by state and local officials, residents, and members of the business community at the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Train Station in Wilmington to highlight the significant infrastructure investments being made in the City of Wilmington.

Twenty projects underway or in planning stages by the Delaware Department of Transportation and the City of Wilmington will lead to a city investment of $258 million over the next six years. The investments includes $165 million for the upcoming two-year or more reconstruction of the I-95 Wilmington corridor. Governor Carney and Mayor Purzycki also announced today the awarding of contract for the construction and operation of the nearly $20 million Public Private Initiative for the Wilmington Transit Center to Transit Center, LLC. The new transportation hub for the city will be constructed adjacent to the Biden Train Station on Walnut Street.

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Strap hangers exit a northbound SEPTA train at the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Train Station Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, in Wilmington, Delaware. Photo By Paul Colsey

“Alongside Mayor Purzycki, we’re working hard to invest in infrastructure in our city, which will help create jobs, improve travel, and spur economic development,” said Governor Carney. “Wilmington has been my home for three decades and we have to work together to reenergize our business district and strengthen our neighborhoods. These infrastructure improvements are an important part of this effort.”

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A rendering of the new Wilmington transportation center seen at the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Train Station Friday, Sept. 22, 2017 in Wilmington, Delaware. Courtesy of DelDOT

Among the projects highlighted by the Governor and Mayor today were more than $12 million in pedestrian and transit improvements throughout downtown, reconfiguring Union Street, the removal of the Walnut Street Sweep, improved pedestrian and transit facilities on Fourth Street, and continued streetscape improvements in Southbridge. There projects are in addition to the previously announced construction of the Christina River Bridge on the Wilmington Riverfront will provide a much needed southern entrance and exit to the Wilmington Riverfront that will encourage further development on the Southbridge side of the river.

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North bound Acela Express arriving at the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Train Station Friday, Sept. 22, 2017 in Wilmington, Delaware. Photo By Saquan Stimpson

“The Governor and DelDOT Secretary Cohan have been steadfast in their commitment to improving vehicular travel, public transit and pedestrian safety in Wilmington by supporting projects that make travel more convenient for our citizens, workers and visitors,” said MayorPurzycki. “We have a collective understanding that the economic benefits of infrastructure investment are significant, and as Wilmington’s neighborhoods and businesses become stronger, our City will contribute more to Delaware’s vibrancy and prosperity.”

“We are making major infrastructure improvements throughout the state, spending more than $780 million this year alone. These improvements in our state’s largest city will positively impact all who live and work in Wilmington,” said Secretary of Transportation Jennifer Cohan.

Other projects include:

  • ADA improvements on Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Streetscaping projects on Concord Avenue and Old Brandywine Village
  • King and Orange Street Transit Improvements
  • Maryland Avenue Paving and Rehabilitation

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DELAWARE HIGH SHOOL FOOTBALL: Middletown defeats William Penn 29-0


NEW CASTLE – Zach Blum was Middletown’s defensive coordinator before he was promoted.

So the new head coach always loves a shutout, and the top-ranked Cavaliers delivered the goose egg on Saturday with a 29-0 road victory over No. 4 William Penn at Bill Cole Stadium.

Here’s a recap of the early season Blue Hen Flight A game:

KEY PLAY: The Colonials were down 16-0 late in the first half, but driving to try to get back in it when Middletown’s Alexis Green intercepted a pass in the end zone. Then the Cavaliers covered 80 yards in just three plays, with Drew Fry’s 47-yard strike to Esaias Guthrie making it 22-0 with nine seconds left in the half.

“It was huge, getting a score before halftime,” Fry said. “We went in with the momentum, so it was pretty big for our team.”

Middletown running back KEDRICK WHITEHEAD (3) dives over the pile into the end zone in the first quarter of a week two DIAA game between Middletown and William Penn, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 at Bill Cole Stadium in New Castle, DE.

Middletown wide receiver LARRY GRIFFIN (10) catches a pass for a gain of 50 yards in the second quarter of a week two DIAA game between Middletown and William Penn, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 at Bill Cole Stadium in New Castle, DE.

OFFENSIVE GAME BALLS: Fry passed for 161 yards and three touchdowns for Middletown. Kedrick Whitehead rushed 15 times for 160 yards, including a spinning, 68-yard touchdown run for the game’s final score late in the third quarter. Isaiah Gaynor led William Penn with 10 carries for 52 yards.

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Middletown quarterback DREW FRY (8) attempts to throws a pass in the second quarter of a week two DIAA game between Middletown and William Penn, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 at Bill Cole Stadium in New Castle, DE.

DEFENSIVE GAME BALLS: Green and Nick Johnston picked off passes for Middletown, and linemen Josh Freeman, Jon Smith and Ryan Fields were part of a front seven that held William Penn to 121 total yards – minus-2 in the first half.

Middletown defensive back ALEXIS GREEN (15) interception the pass in the end zone in the second quarter of a week two DIAA game between Middletown and William Penn, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 at Bill Cole Stadium in New Castle, DE.

 

THEY SAID IT: The head coach lauded his defense.

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Middletown head coach ZACH BLUM celebrates a touchdown in the second quarter of a week two DIAA game between Middletown and William Penn, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 at Bill Cole Stadium in New Castle, DE.

“The players and the coaches on that side of the ball are doing a fantastic job, across the board,” Blum said. “They put in a ton of work. They get together on Wednesday nights and they watch film together, eat some brownies together and spend a lot of time together. It shows.”

Fry, who also flipped TD passes of 9 yards to Johnston and 42 yards to Larry Griffin, said the Cavaliers worked to set up his two long throws.

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Duffy’s Hope 15th Annual Celebrity Basketball Game


This year Duffy”s Hope partnered with talent acquisition firm Agency for Artists.

TV personality Ray J, KC Undercover’s Tammy Townsend, actor Christian Keyes, actor Bobb’e J Thompson, rapper Matt Ox, Harlem Globetrotter Tammy Brawner, and actor Jackie Long

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Actor Bobb’E J. Thompson drives for the ball in the first period of The 15th annual Duffy’s Hope Celebrity Basketball Game Saturday, August 05, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, in Newark, DEL. Proceeds will benefit The Non-Profit Organization Duffy’s Hope Youth Programming. Photo By Saquan Stimpson

Duffy’s Hope, founded in 1998 by Allen “Duffy” Samuels, is a service provider for at-risk and hard to reach youth ages 12-17 with DOCUMENTED  proof of success. Located in the heart of Wilmington, Delaware Duffy’s Hope has changed lives for the better for over  4,500 youth.

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Actor Jackie Long (25) advances the ball as Singer and TV personality Ray J (22) defends in the first half of The 15th annual Duffy’s Hope Celebrity Basketball Game Saturday, August 05, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, in Newark, DEL. Proceeds will benefit The Non-Profit Organization Duffy’s Hope Youth Programming. Photo By Saquan Stimpson

 

Of the 4,500 youth served, 2,500 were participants in Duffy’s direct services programs.  Duffy’s Hope uses a HOLISTIC approach that includes 10 components to not only determine the root causes in the lives of at-risk youth but also address, and more importantly, helps to rectify those issues.

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Performing Artist Matt Ox performs in the mist of half time during The 15th annual Duffy’s Hope Celebrity Basketball Game Saturday, August 05, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, in Newark, DEL. Proceeds will benefit The Non-Profit Organization Duffy’s Hope Youth Programming. Photo by Saquan Stimpson

Duffy’s Hope programs include the following: One-on-One Mentoring, Parent and Family Participation, School & Home Visits, Life changing “shock therapy, Tutoring, Educational & Enrichment Trips, Guest Speakers, Financial Literacy, Group Discussions and Etiquette Training.

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Christian Keyes and players greet each other after the conclusion of The 15th annual Duffy’s Hope Celebrity Basketball Game Saturday, August 05, 2017, at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, in Newark, DEL. Proceeds will benefit The Non-Profit Organization Duffy’s Hope Youth Programming. Photo By Saquan Stimpson