High school basketball: Two Executive stars make college decisions; Cedar Beach results from Thursday night

High school basketball: Two Executive stars make college decisions; Cedar Beach results from Thursday night

Two of the standouts on Executive Education’s District 11 title teams have made their college decisions.

Jevin Muniz, The Morning Call’s player of the year for 2020-21 and a first-team all-state selection in Class 3A, is headed to the Believe Prep Academy in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Kobe Magee, a first-team Morning Call all-area selection and who still has one more season with the Raptors, is headed to Division I Drexel University.

Muniz, a 6-foot-5 swingman averaged 21.6 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 5.1 assists in leading the Raptors to a 20-5 record, a third straight district gold, and a third straight state-playoff win last winter. He finished his career, which began at Freedom, with 1,512 points.

Magee is a 6-foot-5 guard who averaged 14.7 points, 10.1 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game while making 75% from the foul line and better than 60% from the field last season. He scored 20 or more points six times, including a 33-point effort against Salisbury in the District 11 playoffs.

“Where do I begin … when hard work meets opportunity, this is what happens,” Magee said on Twitter. “I’d like to thank my family, mentors, trainers, and Executive Charter for helping me become the person I am today. None of this would have been possible if it hadn’t been for God’s faith in me. He will always point me in the proper road toward success and I am grateful I chose his path because I trusted in my own potential.”

Summer league
The Cedar Beach Summer Basketball League moved inside Thursday night due to weather concerns and many of the players who have shined outside adapted well to the indoor courts at Allen and Whitehall high schools.

Small School Division:

Notre Dame Green Pond 56, Saucon Valley 46 … Chase Marcks 14.
Palmerton 54, Upper Perkiomen 25 … Matt Machalik 19.
Warren Hills 51, Lehighton 31 … Tom Flaherty 13.
Southern Lehigh 54, Roberto Clemente 48 … Max Pristas 20.

Big School Division:

Emmaus 43, Liberty 39 … Brydon Crawford 14.
Parkland 49, Whitehall 40 … Will Meeker & Matt Bauer 10 each.
Northampton 45, Easton 39 … Isaac Harris 20.
Wilson West Lawn 41, Central Catholic 37 … Fodah Sillah 8.
Nazareth 45, Becahi 41 … Ryan Kresge 13.
Reading 45, Quakertown 31 … Daquan Burges 15.
Freedom 68, Dieruff 41 … Nick Ellis 25.

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