Harrisburg Horizon (5-2) closed out their home season with a thrilling 131-127 overtime win over the Washington Madness (3-2). Dustin Salisbery (G. Temple) playing his first game for the Horizon started fast with 11 of his team high 23 points in the first quarter. Horizon had 7 of it's nine players ...Continue Reading
March 4th, 2013 04:19 PM | by CJ Vann | EBA News, Features, Team News.
Harrisburg (3-1) hung on for a hard fought 108-105 victory that exacted a measure of revenge for a loss to Westchester (1-2) earlier in the season. Clutch 4th quarter shooting from the 3-point and foul line from guard Trey Sharpe secured the Horizon win. Dom Asbury led the Horizon with 27 ...Continue Reading
Harrisburg Horizon welcomes Dan Joyner to the team as head coach for the 2013 season. Joyner will be making his coaching debut after playing the last four years for the Horizon. A torn ACL suffered in the final game of 2012 forced Dan to the sidelines. Joyner's college career was ...Continue Reading
March 27th, 2012 12:01 AM | by CJ Vann | EBA News.
EBA basketball at its finest was on display as the Harrisburg Horizon hosted the Metropolitan All-Stars in a Sunday afternoon game. All-Stars started firing from the tip-off and lead 29 to 18 after the first quarter. Harrisburg gradually chipped away at that lead and with a balanced scoring attack from ...Continue Reading
Solid guard play, led by Trey Sharpe’s 35 points, allowed the Horizon to break through for their first win of the season, 112 to 104 over the Washington Madness. The return of Jamal Palmer (former Horizon player and coach) added the floor leadership that the Horizon had been lacking. Clicking on ...Continue Reading
The NoVa Hawks (1-2) came to town and pinned a second loss on the Horizon (0-2) 106- 100. The experience of the NoVa Hawks was evident from the start as they dominated a young but competitive Harrisburg squad. Down 46-40 at halftime, the Horizon team fought to no avail to ...Continue Reading