Before Kolby Braxton’s third practice with the Delsea Regional High School varsity boys’ basketball team, his older brother Keith approached him with a stern warning. “He’s usually not a really serious person and he’s like, ‘I don’t want you to embarrass me,’” Kolby recalled. Kolby, a freshman at the time, took Keith’s message to heart. Kolby was on the scout offense, helping the starters work on their press defense.
The buzz began to build after his third straight 3-pointer. When Ethan Herscher knocked down his fourth in a row the next time down the floor, the rumblings grew louder. More: Boys Basketball: Buena takes down Cumberland Christian for first winMore: Rynell Lawrence looking to become Millville boys hoops' first 1,000-point scorer since '11There’s no way he would do it again. Then the Vineland High School senior did – five consecutive triples.
Vineland High School is hosting the inaugural MLK All-Star Charity Basketball Game on Jan. 13 from 3-5 p.m. at the school’s south gym. Former South Jersey stars Paul Gause (Schalick High School graduate), Charity Harris (Vineland) and Isaiah Morton (St. Augustine) are scheduled to play, among others. The game will feature artists, entertainers and athletes from the Tri-State area, and there will be a halftime show with a performance by YWB K.Hus. There will also be a dunk contest.
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Selecting a term
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