The 2013 EBA All-Stars were announced today. League champion, N.Y. Wizards and runner-up Harrisburg Horizon, along with third place Washington Madness each had two players garner end of the season honors. N.Y. Wizards placed Aubin Scott and Anthony Cox on the team. Scott ended the season with an 18.0 scoring ...Continue Reading
Harrisburg Horizon (4-1) won a thrilling 95-94 victory over the Schuylkill Firedogs. The win stretched their home winning streak to four. The Firedogs were a last minute replacement for the N.J. Bullets who were unable to appear due to transportation problems. Akeem Washington scored a career high 29 points and added ...Continue Reading
March 6th, 2013 05:01 PM | by CJ Vann | EBA News, Features, Team News.
Two of the flagship programs of the re-vamping EBA are preparing, in their own way, for their upcoming showdown on Sunday 3/17 in Harrisburg PA. The Harrisburg Horizon have played 4 EBA games this season, and clearly their tried and true method of playing the best EBA competition they can find ...Continue Reading
February 25th, 2013 01:21 AM | by CJ Vann | EBA News, Features, Team News.
Harrisburg Horizon continued their home court over-powering dominance of EBA opponents, as they breezed to a 118-92 victory over the N.Y. Primetime. Anthony Trautman, former Lebanon Valley College star, led the scoring parade with 31 points. Dominique Asbury added 23. Trey Sharpe recorded his second straight double-double since returning to the lineup with ...Continue Reading
February 17th, 2013 11:43 PM | by CJ Vann | EBA News, Features, Team News.
In his Horizon debut, 6'9'' C. Pat Grubbs (Pitt- Johnstown) had 30 points and 12 rebounds to lead Harrisburg to an overpowering 153-100 victory over the Maryland Bayraiders. Three other Horizon players cracked the 20 mark; Jerren Harris 27, Akeem Washington 22 and Anthony Trautman 20. Also scoring double-doubles for the victors were ...Continue Reading
Three EBA teams were involved in back-to-back play this past weekend – all with different results. Hudson Valley Hype recorded two wins, Winchester Storm split and Harrisburg Horizon lost twice. Hudson Valley was on the road for both weekend games. They completely dominated an out-manned NYC Jaguars squad 158 to 65. ...Continue Reading
Posting a 102 to 86 win over the Harrisburg Horizon, the defending EBA champions demonstrated that they will not relinquish their crown easily. The All-Stars’ balanced attack – all starters finished in double figures – was led by their All-Star center, Calvin Brown, Jr., who completely dominated the game from ...Continue Reading