STEAM Academy Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A

We Are STEAM Academy Boys Basketball

To Our Supporters – A special thank you to our supporters for checking out our fundraiser page. Your support will help us offer a higher quality basketball experience for our athletes. You will be getting a receipt for your donation.

How Are My Donations Used? -Here’s how your donations can help the STEAM Basketball Team:

  • $25 donation = Team Meals
  • $50 donation = Warmup Shirts
  • $150 donation = Uniforms
  • $200 donation = Travel Gear

Any donation amount is sincerely appreciated by the STEAM basketball program. From the entire team and staff – THANK YOU AND GO BULLDOGS!

Click Here To Donate!

rss_feed Latest News

Standing Rivalry (Bulldogs vs. Jennings) Basketball

By Akaya Carpenter and Nyajah Williams December 5th the MSB Varsity Basketball team had their season opener @7:00 p.m against the Jennings Warriors. I interviewed Antonio Nelson a 6’3 Forward on the McCluer South Berkeley varsity basketball team before the game to get a better idea of where his head was and how he thought

Freshmen Bulldogs Basketball Debut

By: Joseph Pepito It’s a new year, new season, and a new hope for the Freshman Basketball Team.  The boy bulldogs are ready and amped going into their first tournament.  They will be playing their first game against Hazelwood East on Monday, November 28th in the McCluer North Tournament.  I interviewed a number of players

Double Overtime

JV bulldogs went on into round two in the Orchard Farm Tournament to play Lift for Life. It wasn’t a game to miss. I got a chance to talk to Tavian (the small forward) Daevon (the center) and Justin (the shooting guard). Ending fourth quarter Lift for Life scored the tying point to make the game

Double Hit !

 Last Friday, January 22,2016 the Varsity boys and Varsity Cheerleaders both took a lost. Jennings is one of MSB’s biggest rival in every sport. The cheerleaders as usual have their ” Cheer Battle “. A “cheer battle” is when both squads exchange their best cheers back and forth to show who’s more powerful. This is the

Are They Ever Coming Back ?

 If you were to ask some fans right now, what question would describe this part of the boys season, you would mainly hear, ” Are the ever coming back?” Meaning, are the ever going to make another win this season. Some of the fans are starting to lose their hopes for the bulldogs. The boys

West Ends The Wins Streak

The JV boys took a hard loss  against the Hazelwood West Wildcats. I spoke with two of team members Micheal “Booney” Boyd and Duane Patterson before the game and asked them what was expected out of the team , they both responded they expected hard work great defense and to put up great shots. Both Micheal and Duane

Different Coach? No Problem

Following the tough loss against Whitfield, the freshman now has to play Hazelwood West without their beloved coach, M.Clifton.  Although Clifton couldn’t coach nor attend the game, he wasn’t worried about leaving his team in the hands of the head varsity coach, Dr.Muhammad. “My players know their roles and what is expected of them. They

What’s Going On ?

 As you all may know the varsity boys have lost their past three games and on Monday , January 10,2016 sadly made it their fourth lost.The boys went against Hazelwood West Wildcats and tried their hardest with an ending score 53-67. Before the game I got a chance to interview shooting guard, Keenan Reed.  I

JV Bulldogs Beat Spartans In Close Game 48-51

The bulldogs took a satisfying victory in a final score of 51-48.  After the game I got the chance to talk to the lead scorer Justin Nelson (SF). He scored 18 points during the entire game. I got the chance to ask him a couple questions. “How did you feel going into the game?” “It felt like any

Finishing Strong

We’ve Got Something to Prove!         On January 6, 2016 the freshman boy’s basketball team showed their talents to the Hazelwood East Spartans. Determined to maintain a positive record, the freshman team warmed up hard, ready to take on the Spartans. Before the game, I got a chance to speak with the