Middle school and high school-aged kids left it all out on the court for this special event, with the area’s most exciting action coming at night. In addition to the numerous all-star games, spectators were treated to a dunk contest featuring some of Baltimore’s top high school dunkers. Below is some of what I saw……
A special thanks to all the people from BMORE HOOPS and Shawntra’ O’Neal for letting me film last night.
It looks like Dunbar will be featured in the “Game of the Week” again, but this time it’s the girls. Congrats to Dunbar and City, this week’s “Game of the Week” poll winners. The game will be Thursday (8/12) night at 7pm, it should be a good one. Thanks to all those who voted and I’ll see you at The Dome.
Hey Dome Film fans, my apologies for not getting a highlight reel up today as promised. I have been working to get through a lot of footage from last week and unfortunately things are not coming together like I had hoped.
I’ll be working through the next few days to put up a new video so check back soon!
In a relatively close game (until the final two minutes), Dunbar used defensive pressure to up-end St. Frances for the second time this summer. Highlights from the game are posted below. Thanks to both teams for a great game, be sure to vote for next week’s “Game of the Week” only on domefilm.com.
Yesterday I had a chance to sit down with Madison Square Recreation Center stalwart Henry “Sarge” Powell. He was a great interview and knows something about everything when it comes to Baltimore basketball. Here’s a small piece of our conversation. Thanks Sarge for your time, I really appreciate it.
Dunbar vs St. Frances, the re-match, Wednesday (8/4) 9:00pm. This marks the third straight appearance by Dunbar, their second with St. Frances. The Poets have performed well in the spotlight, winning their previous two “Game of the Week” contests. Be sure to check out the highlights from their first match-up this summer in the videos section.
Thanks to all those who voted, be sure to vote in the “Game of the Week” new poll on Wednesday.
Last night was another productive night of production at The Dome. In addition to filming more Craig Cromwell League girl’s basketball, I also had a chance to talk with former Mergenthaler Vocational Tech (Mervo) and St. John’s University (NY) standout Marcus Hatten. Hardcore basketball fans might remember Hatten’s clutch play in a 2003 home game against Duke University. Now playing professionally in Europe, Hatten was a great interview and had a lot to say about The Dome’s place in Baltimore Basketball. Thanks to Marcus for giving me a few minutes of his time, I really appreciate it.
Check out the video below for his interview highlights.
Also, be sure to watch this sequence from last night’s game between Dunbar and Coppin Academy. No, not the boys game, but the girls matchup actually featured my favorite plays of the week.