Posted On: 10/16/20 1:57 PM

The Washington Supreme (Purple) went 4-1 the Treasure Valley October Classic run by former BSU Bronco player Clint Hordeman and his Select Basketball program. 

Coaches and Supreme players came away happy with their team’s performance and said the talent pool was the best they have competed against in this shortened circuit. 

Players who had solid individual performances and continued to impress include Josh PembertonJoshPemberton6'5" | PFEmerald Ridg | 2021StateWA, Eddie BrownEddieBrown5'10" | PGEmerald Ridge | 2021StateWA, John John BarbeeJohnBarbee6'1" | SGFranklin Pierce | 2022StateWA, Jalen BarbeeJalenBarbee6'5" | SGFranklin Pierce | 2021StateWA, Jerry HayesJerryHayes5'11" | CGEmerald Ridge | 2021StateWA and Connor DrinkwineConnorDrinkwine5'11" | SGEmerald Ridge | 2021StateWA.

2021 6’5 P Josh PembertonJoshPemberton6'5" | PFEmerald Ridg | 2021StateWA (Emerald Ridge) had his best weekend with Supreme. Josh showed the ability to finish over taller players and his court vision allowed him to pass out of the post and he found open teammates with precise passes.  He continued to take charges which makes him a valuable, tough defender.

2021 5’10 CG Eddie BrownEddieBrown5'10" | PGEmerald Ridge | 2021StateWA (Emerald Ridge) used his basketball  IQ to be effective in a variety of ways. Brown displayed unselfishness as he continued to find open players so his team could have success. He also was a defensive force most of the

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