April 2, 2014

Woods, Northside Christian on ESPNU - April 3

Keyshawn Woods and Northside Christian Academy will be in action April 3, 2014 on ESPNU, as they are part of the 2014 Dick's Sports Goods High School National Tournament Bracket.

Northside will be going up against Oak Hill Academy at 2:00pm.

Northside is ranked #3 in the tournament as Oak Hill is #6 in the tournament.

The game will be played in New York at the Christ the King High School. Below is the press release for the National high school invitational that was sent out.

Sixth Annual National High School Invitational Moves to Madison Square Garden; Adds
DICK'S Sporting Goods as Title Sponsor


Coverage of Event Continues on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU as DICK'S Sporting Goods High School National Tournament

The season ending tournament for top nationally ranked High School basketball teams, will have a new home in New York City's iconic Madison Square Garden for its sixth annual boys and girls championship games and a new name as DICK'S Sporting Goods (NYSE: DKS), the largest U.S. based full-line sporting goods retailer signed on as the title sponsor. Paragon Marketing Group announced today it has reached a multi-year agreement with both Madison Square Garden, and DICK'S Sporting Goods to continue the tradition-rich event as the DICK'S Sporting Goods High School
National Tournament

"DICK'S Sporting Goods is thrilled to serve as title sponsor for the DICK'S Sporting Goods High School National Tournament and to further our support for high school basketball," said Lauren Hobart, SVP & Chief Marketing Officer, DICK'S Sporting Goods. "We look forward to seeing some of the best high school basketball teams and players in the country take center court at the World's Most Famous Arena this spring."

Comprehensive coverage of the quarterfinals, semifinals and championship action will continue to air across ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU April 3-5, 2014. Boys quarterfinal and semifinal games, along with the girls semifinal games, will take place on April 3-4 at a to be determined location in New York City. Madison Square Garden will host the boys and girls championship games on April 5.

"High school basketball has a long and rich tradition at Madison Square Garden as we have hosted some of the games legendary players including: Lew Alcindor, Bob Cousy, Nancy Leiberman-Cline, Connie Hawkins as well as NY Knicks Amare Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony," said Joel Fisher, executive vice president, MSG Sports. "We are excited to host the boys and girls finals of the DICK'S Sporting Goods High School National Tournament, the premier high school basketball tournament in the country."

As in previous years, the boys tournament will feature eight of the top ranked teams in the nation and the girls field will feature four teams. Last year's boys field included seven teams that finished at the top of the final USA Today Super 25 Poll including:No.1 Montverde (Fla.),No.2 St. Benedict's (NJ), No.3 Findlay Prep (Nev.), No.6 Prime Prep (Texas), No.12 Ely (Fla.), No.21 La Lumiere (Ind.) and No.23 Oak Hill (Va.).

The boys and girls fields will be announced in March once the high school basketball season is completed. Additional information is available at www.dicksnationaltournament.com.





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