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Former Guilderland Star Platek Could Be Key For UNC
Pictured above is North Carolina Guard Cameron Johnson, who suffered a back injury during the final minutes of the ACC Tournament. Johnson is a key factor to UNC's tournament hopes. With any luck any playing time he misses will be short. However some of those minutes Johnson isn't on the c…
Roy Williams On Andrew Platek
Former section 2 standout at Guilderland high school, Andrew Platek, is making the transition from prep school at Northfield Mount Hermon to the University of North Carolina. The 6'4" Capital Region native was offered full scholarships from Miami, Stanford, Indiana, and Harvard, among …
Andrew Platek Talks Commitment to UNC (AUDIO)
Yesterday, the news broke that Andrew Platek, Guilderland native, is going to play his college basketball at the University of North Carolina starting in 2017-18.
He has one year left in prep school at Northfield Mount Hermon.
How does he fit in at UNC...
Platek a Good Fit at UNC (AUDIO)
Yesterday, the big news broke that Guilderland native and former Dutchmen star Andrew Platek was going to play his college basketball at the University of North Carolina.
Platek left the Capital Region after his junior season to attend prep school at Northfield Mount Hermon...
Platek Verbally Commits to UNC
The story keeps better for Guilderland native and rising senior Andrew Platek. The sharp-shooting guard announced his verbal commitment to the University of North Carolina. He also had interest from Indiana and Davidson, among others:
Platek left Guilderland after his junior season to attend pre…
Platek Gets Offer From Stanford
Well, the offers continue to flow in for former Guilderland basketball star Andrew Platek. The long-range specialist picked up an offer from North Carolina last week, and this week he has a new offer in hand:
Platek left Guilderland after his junior season to attend prep school at Northfield Mount He…
Former Guilderland Star Gets Offer From UNC
Former Guilderland basketball star Andrew Platek left the Dutchmen program after the 2014-15 season and his junior year to head to Prep School in order to prepare for college.
And on Wednesday night, that move paid dividends as Platek received a scholarship offer from North Carolina basketball coach …
Cremo Named Class A Co-Player of the Year
On Thursday, Scotia boys' basketball star Joe Cremo was named the New York State Class A co-Player of the Year.
This is the second time Cremo has taken home the award, as he was the outright player of the year in 2013-14.
Cremo led the Tartans to a 26-1 overall record this season, as Scotia-Glenville …
Guilderland Star Heading to Prep School
Andrew Platek is leaving Guilderland. The guard is heading to Northfield Mount Hermon Prep School in Massachusetts and will reclassify as a junior.
Staying back as a junior means that he will have an extra year of high school to endear himself to more college coaches...
Catching Up With the Sectional Champs
The Shen boys' basketball team captured its first Section II title since 1996 on Tuesday when they topped Guilderland, 47-42 at the Times Union Center.
The win was also the first Sectional title win for the Suburban Council since 2000. It had been a long run since that Colonie team won back in 2000, …
Steve Dagostino Breaks Down Class AA, UAlbany
Steve Dagostino of @DagsBasketball joins Brady Farkas to break down the Section II, Class AA championships. Bethlehem captured the Girls' title while Shen took home the Boys'.
Dags broke down the key to the Boys title game, Kevin Huerter's Division I potential, what Guilderland could h…

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