Sheehey continues solid season for Sagemont

  • 02/08/2010 9:16 am in

Throughout the season, Inside the Hall will keep you posted on how 2010 signees Victor Oladipo and Will Sheehey and 2011 commitments Austin Etherington and Matt Carlino, as well as other notable prospects being recruited by Indiana, are performing at their respective schools.

You can send us stats or results for this report at [email protected]. Here’s our latest update:

+ Victor Oladipo – DeMatha (MD): Nine points, including a 3-pointer, as DeMatha beat St. John’s 70-54 on February 2. DeMatha was scheduled to play Good Counsel on February 5, but that game appears to have been cancelled due to the blizzard in the D.C. area.

+ Will Sheehey – Sagemont (FL): 14 points and seven rebounds in a 56-52 win over Oldsmar on February 1. 12 points and nine rebounds as Sagemont beat Miami LaSalle 46-35 on February 4. In a nationally televised game against Monteverde on February 5, Sheehey had 14 points in a 57-52 loss.

+ Austin Etherington – Hamilton Heights (IN): The Huskies fell to 11-5 with a 70-63 loss at Westfield on February 6. Etherington had a game-high 27 points, including 11-of-11 free throws.

+ Matt Carlino – Bloomington South (IN): Bloomington South moved to 16-0 with a 67-49 rout of Columbus North, clinching a share of the Conference Indiana title. Carlino had six points, 12 rebounds and six assists.

+ A.J. Hammons – Carmel (IN), 2012: Six points in a 67-55 loss at Zionsville on February 6.

+ Aaron Thomas – Aiken (OH), 2011: 23 points in a 68-53 win at Hughes on February 5. Aiken fell to Elder, 54-50, on February 2.

+ Branden Dawson – Gary Lew Wallace (IN), 2011: Wallace downed LaPorte LaLumiere 70-57 on February 5. Dawson scored 27 points and grabbed 14 rebounds.

+ Cody Zeller – Washington (IN), 2011: 20 points and 13 rebounds as Washington fell 57-55 at Vincennes Lincoln on February 5.

+ Collin Hartman – Cathedral (IN), 2013: 20 points in a 46-44 win over Chatard on February 2.

+ Darryl Hicks – Shelby County (KY), 2013: 14 points in a 77-41 win over Eminence on February 2.

+ DeJuan Marrero – Bowman Academy (IN), 2012: Game against Fall Creek Academy on February 5 was postponed.

+ D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera – North Central (IN), 2012: Did not play this week. Up next: Terre Haute North on February 11.

+ Gary Harris – Hamilton Southeastern (IN), 2012: Game against New Palestine on February 5 was postponed.

+ Jeremiah Davis – Muncie Central (IN), 2011: 17 points in a 71-66 win over Pendleton Heights on February 6.

+ Jeremy Hollowell – Lawrence Central (IN), 2012: Team-high 22 points in a 76-67 win at Manual on February 6.

+ Kellen Dunham – Pendleton Heights (IN), 2012: 23 points in a 71-66 loss at Muncie Central on February 6.

+ Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell – Park Tudor (IN), 2012: Did not play this week.

+ Marquis Teague – Pike (IN), 2011: Did not play this week.

+ Ricardo Ratliffe – Central Florida Community College (FL), 2010: 31 points and nine rebounds as the Patriots beat FSC-Jacksonville 76-65 on February 6.

+ Ron Patterson – Broad Ripple (IN), 2012: Did not play this week.

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  • Hoosier76

    Need to put on the full court press for Ricardo Ratliffe. This kid can play and will make the Hoosiers more relevant on the national stage much quicker.

  • valpohistory

    Too bad he's already eliminated IU from his list

  • DavidC

    FWIW – Maxpreps has Branden Dawson scoring 27, 14 boards, 4 steals and 4 turnovers in a 70-57 win over LaLumiere. The 91-67 score appears to be from 2009.

  • Hoosier76

    If he has eliminated IU from his list then why is he listed as a notable prospect? In a interview I saw he mentioned if the right school showed interest the day before he signs he could easily get his mind changed. Never say never

  • Thanks. I'll make the update.

  • GFDave

    Here is a link to a supposed list of Ratliffe's final 6 schools, which does not include IU. I've never heard of this web site before.

  • The site they link to is the official site of the school Ratliffe plays at, so I'd say that is legit:

    “According to the man himself, from a conversation I had with him over the weekend, Ricardo Ratliffe has narrowed his four-year college choices to six schools. In no particular order: Missouri; South Carolina; Alabama; Arkansas; Clemson; and Florida. This post comes with the requisite disclaimer that Ratliffe may still be blown away by a late recruiting pitch and sign with a school not included in this list. But note that this list includes many of the schools Ratliffe regarded highly back in the fall and those known to have long-standing consistent interest in the 6-9 All-American power forward. For those of us who have closely followed Ratliffe's process, this list makes a lot of sense.”

  • JerryCT

    It will be fun to see if VO or Sheehey can crack the rotation next year. For that matter it will be fun to see if Roth and Bawa can crack into the rotation as well

  • Kelin Blab


    I can see Bawa cracking the rotation. With a full off season with the coaches and a lot of gym time, he could help next year in the rebounding and defensive department. I still say offensively Roth could be lethal on this team with some drives and kick outs, but will his defense get him on the court…?

  • GFDave

    Thank you. You can see that the only digging I've been doing lately is out of the snow. But there are signs of life out there.

  • kristheboss

    Jeremy Hollowell was at the Purdue game, haven't heard alot about him though. His older brother was a very good role player at North Central during the Eric Gordon years but was never dropping 22. It'll be interesting to see him develop, especially at Lawrence Central who hasn't had that much talent in the past couple years.