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SAINT LOUIS FALCONS AAU BASKETBALL CLUB

The St. Louis Falcons AAU Basketball Club was started in 1996 by Terrell S. Ramey. The primary mission of the St. Louis Falcons AAU Basketball Basketball Club is to promote the continued development of young players as it relates to fundamentals of basketball, sportsmanship and athletic competition. This will be achieved through participation in tournaments throughout the country and competing at the highest level possible. Coaching each player in reaching their maximum potential and contribution in the game of basketball and in transforming those skills from the basketball floor today, to become leaders in our communities tomorrow.

Wednesday, March 12
St. Louis Falcons are now known as TEAM RAMEYBASKETBALL.COM

The St. Louis Falcons Basketball Club is now known as Team Rameybasketball.com has changed website to Team Rameybasketball.com. You can visit www.Teamrameybasketball.com for all team info.

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Saturday, October 20
Former Falcon star Jared Newson inks deal with Dallas Maverics

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Former Falcons star Newson with NBA Mavericks
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Former St. Louis Falcons and Belleville East High School star Jared Newson recently signed a 1 year contract with the Dallas Mavericks. Newson played 2 years with the Falcons and was a 2 year starter for Belleville East. The ultra athletic Newson went on to Forest Park Community College for 1 year before heading to Tennessee Martin University and becoming one the top scorers in the schools history. Click headline or picture for complete story.

Monday, September 24
Falcons player James Harris committs to Austin Peay

6'0 point guard James Harris moved to Kansas City from Michigan in early May and joined the St. Louis Falcons team in May. Harris enjoyed a strong summer with Falcons and has since enrolled into Nashville Christian Advancement Academy in Nashville, Tennessee. Today Harris committed to Austin Peay Univerisity. Harris is a quick and athletic lead guard with great driving and defensive skills. We the Falcons wish James and entire Harris family all the best. Click headline for story link.

Monday, September 24
Falcons currently playing D1, D2 or professional basketball

Professional 
6'5 Jared Newson- Dallas Mavericks(NBA)
6'4  Atiyyah Ellison- San Francisco 49ers (NFL)
6'3 Darren Brooks- Overseas (Pro-Basketball)
6'6 Curtis Marshall- Overseas (Pro-Basketball)
6'8 David Bailey- CBL (Pro-Basketball)
6'9 Cleve Woolfolk- Overseas (Pro-Basketball)
6'1 Diamond Gladney- Overseas (Pro-Basketball)
6'11 Michael Green- Overseas (Pro-Basketball)
6'5 Jelani Walker- Overseas (Pro-Basketball) 

Division 1 Level
6'0 Fr. Robert Kreps- Illinois-Chicago
6'9 Jr. Delancy Carter- St. Bonaventure
6'0 (RS) Fr. Jeremy Maclin- Missouri (football)
6'7 Soph Kyle Calloway- Iowa (football)

Division 2 Level
6'8 Fr. Andrew James- Missouri-Rolla
6'6 Fr. Alfred Nelson- Chaminade
6'7 Jr. Lorenzo Taylor- Kentucky Weslyan
6'3 Soph Austin Peebles- St. Josephs, IN
6'5 Jr. Will Jones- St. Josephs, IN
6'3 Sr. Deallen Hicks- Clark Atlanta, GA



Monday, September 24
Former Falcons star Lorenzo Taylor transfers

Former Alton High and St. Louis Falcons star Lorenzo Taylor has transferred from Western Illinois University and will play for Kentucky Wesleyan this year. Taylor will have two years of eligibility remaining and will be eligible immediately after transferring from a D1 to a D2 school. Click link for complete story.

Thursday, May 31
2007 Midwest Showdown basketball Tournament Recap

The 8th Annual Midwest Showdown is in the books and Rameybasketball.com saw several good games and talented players. Here is a recap of the Midwest Showdown tournament held last weekend at Lewis & Clark Community College and surrounding schools, presented by the St. Louis Falcons Basketball Club.

In the 15U division, St. Louis Gameface defeated a very game
Team St. Louis team 75-74 on a buzzer-beating tip in by 6’4 freshman
Nino Williams (pictured) of Vashon. This game was nip and tuck from
the outset as the lead changed several times throughout.

Team St. Louis got a big three pointer with less than 18 seconds left from
Jordan Wilson to give Team St. Louis a 74-73 lead and then forced
Gameface into a turnover with 6 seconds left in the game. Team St. Louis
then missed a front in of a one in one. After a Gameface timeout, Josh Monroe of Gameface caught the inbound pass at halfcourt and hit Williams with a pass on the block but it was deflected out of bounds by Team St. Louis with 0:00 showing on the clock but no horn sounded the referee’s decided that their was .3 seconds left. Gameface ran a lob play to Williams who tipped in the game winner as the buzzer sounded for his 24th point of the game. Gameface got strong performances by Donald Wells and Ollie Roundtree of McCluer North.

Team St. Louis a nationally ranked 8th grade team defeated Gameface on            Saturday in pool play, got strong outings from the entire team and several players also stood out. Brad Beal of Team St. Louis scored 18 points in the championship game, while Shaquille Boga was consistent all tourney and scored 17 points in the final, Gerald Jones of Berkeley High School scored 10 points in the championship game and was especially strong driving the ball. One of the most impressive players throughout the weekend on this extremely balanced team was Wilson, who scored 12 points in the final.

Other notable performances in this division:
6’5 Nick Droege of the St. Louis Salukis was a skilled big bodied freshman that got good position on both sides of the court and displayed a nice touch around the basket.

6’5 Jarion Norris of Enforcers: clearly the most talented player in this division. Norris displayed post skills, and range out to three, while bringing the ball up the court against pressure. The sky is the limit for this frosh.

5'6 Bryton Hobbs of Enforcers: shot lights out throughout the event. Small but very quick with deadly range from three.

All 15U Tournament team:
Nino Williams MVP Gameface, Donald Wells Gameface, Ollie Roundtree Gameface, Josh Monroe Gameface, Brad Beal Team St. Louis, Shaquille Boga Team St. Louis, Jordan Wilson Team St. Louis, Alonzo Chappelle Team St. Louis, Bryton Hobbs Enforcers, Jarion Norris Enforcers, Ryan Davis St. Louis Majestics, Neil Droege St. Louis Salukis.

In the 16U division St. Louis Elite proved to be too dominant for the teams
in this field and seemed to be clicking on all cylinders. Elite defeated the
St. Louis Majestics 60-50.

Elite was led by 6’0 sophomore guard Doug Wallace jr. (pictured) MVP of         
Berkeley high school with 18 points in the championship game. Wallace has always been a finisher but surprised many with his range as he knocked down several three pointers in the final two games. Along with Wallace, St. Louis Elite displayed their size with 6’8 beef forward Richard Anderson who is a man-child on the block and 6’10 Will Clark who is coming along quickly. These two big men along with cat quick guards Justin Keener and Jerry Pankey gave teams fits throughout the weekend.

The St. Louis Majestics put up a game effort and climbed back into the game late, after trailing by as many as 16 and cut the lead to 4. Majestics got strong play from Marcus Harris in the championship game as he stepped up and scored 17 points in the final. Harris of Jackson High School is a long range bomber who is a very gritty performer. 6’4 freshman Chris Babbit continued his bid for top freshman in the area with very strong play throughout the tourney. Foul trouble in the championship game slowed Babbit down but all I can say is, if you have not seen this kid play, you need to quick.


Other notable performers in this division:
6'3 Bryce Foster of St. Louis Majestics: is a good looking shooter out to three.
Foster also displayed good driving skills.

6'7 Nate Holloway (Pictured) of Team Dayton: was one of the top post prospects
in this division. The chiseled 6’7 Holloway finished everything around the rim with
thunderous dunks.

6'3 Jeremy Williams of Team Dayton: was a model of consistency. Williams is a great shooter with good size and a great ball handler that seemed to get his shot at will.

6'2 Kreig Oxley of Indiana Swish: Oxley gets the award for top shooter in the entire tourney. Oxley displayed range further than what NBA players shoot from on Saturday as he connected on several three pointers just across half court.

5'6 Justin Keener of St. Louis Elite: Keener is fast as lightning but is smart and fast. Keener set up teammates nicely and made opposing point guards have nightmares with his on the ball defense.

16U All Tournament Team:
Doug Wallace jr. St. Louis Elite, Richard Anderson St. Louis Elite, Will Clark St. Louis Elite, Justin Keener St. Louis Elite, Chris Babbitt St. Louis Majestics, Marcus Harris St. Louis Majestics, Bryce Foster St. Louis Majestics, Nate Holloway Team Dayton, Jeremy Williams Team Dayton, Kreig Oxley Indiana Swish, Will Davis Indiana Swish.


In the 17U Division Indiana Swish found their groove just in time in
the second half as they closed out the game on a 19-6 run to defeat
the St. Louis Majestics 68-58 in the championship game. The Swish
trailed by 10 at the half and by as many as 16 in the first half but put it
together in the final 8 minutes of the game. Jared Gray (pictured below)
MVP of Indiana Swish who scored 22 points in the semifinals and 10 in
the championship battled through tired legs to get his teammates
involved. Travis Jones of Indiana Swish hit several big shots in the
championship games and the tower combination of 6’11 Seth Coy and
6’9 Keane Thomann combined for 16 points and at least 16 rebounds.

The St. Louis Majestics got 24 points from 6’0 point guard Andre Martin of McCluer High School and 13 points from 6’0 point guard Marcus Harris of Hazelwood Central. 6’6 Ben Hartung of Bowling Green High School delighted the crowd throughout the weekend with several highlight reel dunks and did not disappoint the championship. 6’6 sharp shooting Anthony Campbell had been red hot throughout the tourney but cooled down in the championship as he finished under double digits.

Other notable performers:
6'0 Zach Adams of Indiana Swish: is the type of player that opponents hate but coaches love. Adams will dive for a loose ball, take a charge, and bury a deep three pointer at anytime.

6'3 Maxwell Artis of St. Louis Swarm: if this guy were 3 to 4 inches taller he would probably be signed by a mid major already. A strong undersized post player with an array of post moves.

6'2 Cornelius Chatt of St. Louis Falcons: missing several players the Falcons got great performances from Chatt. Although missing the first game Chatt played the last three and averaged 28 points a game. Chatt connected on 11 three pointers in those three games and had 7 dunks to add.

6'2 Cornelius Walker of St. Louis Gameface: Walker averaged 22 points in the three games he played and did from three, on the block, and off turnovers. Walker is a natural leader on the court.

17U All tournament team:
Jarred Gray Indiana Swish MVP, Zach Adams Indiana Swish, Aaron Harbstrait Indiana Swish, Dwain Jollif Indiana Swish, Travis Jones Indiana Swish, Ben Hartung St. Louis Majestics, Anthony Campbell St. Louis Majestics, Maxwell Artiss St. Louis Swarm, Ryan Mier St. Louis Swarm, Cornelius Chatt St. Louis Falcons, Dezman Hickman St. Louis Falcons, Cornelius Walker St. Louis Gameface, Ameechie Baldwin St. Louis Gameface, Nashville Stallions # 1, Nashville Stallions # 2



Monday, May 14
6'8 Andrew James of Eureka High School commits to UM-Rolla

6'8 St. Louis Falcons member and class of 2007 Eureka High School star gave head coach David Martin and the University of Missouri-Rolla a commitment over the weekend. James is a very fundamental and athletic post player with a great face up game and range out to 18 feet. We the Falcons are extremely happy for Andrew and the James family and wish him the best.

Thursday, May 10
Falcons head to Bloomington for Adidas May Classic

The St. Louis Falcons 17u will be shorthanded this mother's day weekend in Bloomington, Indiana. The Falcons will compete in the Adidas May Classic put on by Indiana Elite on the campus of Indiana University. Below are the Falcons pool play schedule.
Pool O      
vs Indiana Select 2008 Friday 9:30pm
vs Derek Smith Allstars, KY Saturday 5:00pm
Teams will then go to single elimination tournament based of records.
Click headline for complete schedule.



Tuesday, May 8
Former Falcons player D'Lancy Carter will play for St. Bonventure University next year.

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6'9 260lbs D'Lancy Carter
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6'9 former Falcons and Belleville West star D'Lancy Carter will attend and play for St. Bonventure University next year. Carter completed two very successful season at Vincennes Junior College this year and chosed the Bonnies over several mid major programs.


Sunday, April 22
Falcons 17u team heads to King of South tourney in Nashville this weekend.

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The St. Louis Falcons will take the 4 hour trip to Nashville and participate in one of the springs top NCAA sanctioned tournaments at Lipscomb University. This event drew over 85 division 1 coaches last season in its first year and this year is expected to double that and will be covered by both Scout.com and Rivalshoops.com.

Below is the schedule and lodging info:
4/28 8:00 A.M Atlanta Celtics vs. St. Louis Falcons Court 2
4/28 12:00 P.M St. Louis Falcons vs. Carolina Hurricanes Court 2
4/28 4:00 P.M St. Louis Falcons vs. Southeast Elite B Court 2
Top two in each pool will advance to single elimination tourney.
All games will be played at:
Lipscomb University
3901 Granny White Pike
Nashville, TN 37204



Sunday, April 15
Falcons reign supreme and win Adidas All-American Shootout.

The St. Louis Falcons defeated Gameface to win the Adidas All-American Shootout presented by Gateway Basketball Club over the weekend.
The Falcons finished second in pool with victories over Gameface and Southern Illinois Advance and lost to Kansas City Heat Black. In the single elimination games the Falcons defeated Kansas City Heat Red, Gateway Basketball Club, and Gameface in the championship to win the title.


Dezman Hickman
6'4 Dezman Hickman or Collinsville
Sunday, March 18
ST. LOUIS FALCONS 2007 17U ROSTER

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Todd Starks returns to deep Falcons team
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5'10 #22 Derron Wooten Chaminade High School
5'10 #24 Darain Sain East St. Louis High School
5'10 #14 Stefon Carson Decatur Macarthur High School
6'0 #31 James Harris Nashville Christian Advancement Academy
6'1 #23 Todd Starks Chaminade High School
6'2 #13 Cornelius Chatt Madison High School
6'4 #52 Dezman Hickman Collinsville High School
6'4 #25 Justin Jones Althoff High School
6'4 #4 Craig Bals Troy High School
6'6 #15 David Bass University City High School
6'7 #50 Alex Schobert Belleville West High School
6'8 #34 BJ Stevenson Hancock High School
6'8 #54 Brian Mcgee Jennings High School
Head Coach: Terrell Ramey
Asst. Coach: Kenyatta Isable
Asst. Coach: Rashaun Mitchell
Asst. Coach: Milton Stith
Asst. Coach: James Washington

2007 Spring/Summer Schedule
3/31-4/1- Falcons Challenge- St. Louis, MO
4/6-4/8- Real Deal on the Hill- Fayetteville, AR NCAA
4/13-4/15- Adidas All-American Shootout- St. Louis, MO
4/27-4/29- King of the South- Nashville, TN NCAA
5/4-5/6- Spiece Run & Slam- Fort Wayne, IN
5/11-5/13- Adidas May Classic- Bloomington, IN
5/18-5/20- Midwest Showdown- Alton, IL
5/25-5/27- Spiece Memorial Day Run & Slam- Fort Wayne, IN
6/29-7/1- St. Louis Elite Summer Tune-up- St. Louis, MO
7/6-7/8- Hoosier Shootout- Indianapolis, IN NCAA
7/13-7/15- Battle at the Bluff- Memphis, TN NCAA
7/27-7/29- KC Price Chopper- Shawnee, KS NCAA



Wednesday, April 4
Falcons 17U team goes 3-3 in Arkansas Real Deal on the Hill Tourney

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The St. Louis Falcons 17U team put a good effort the prestigous Real Deal on the Hill Basketball tournament on the campus of Arkansas University. The Falcons 17u team went 3-3 overrall, with a loss coming to the eventual 17u division champion California Pump & Run Elite and semifinal team Southeast Elite.
5'9 Darain Sain, 6'8 Abel Tillman, and 6'2 Cornelius Chatt had strong outings along with all the Falcons that participated. Please click headline for Real Deal on the Hill highlight video courtesy of Rameybasketball.com

St. Louis Falcons 17U (3-3)
California Pump N Run Elite LOSS
Southeast Elite LOSS
Legacy X-factor WON
All 4 Sports Dream Team, TX WON
Louisiana Tarheels WON
Loyalty Allstars, TX LOSS




Saturday, December 2
2007 St. Louis Falcons Spring & Summer Schedule announced

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Click Here for 2007 Falcons Schedule
The St. Louis Falcons Basketball Club have put together a great schedule that will give each player a great opportunity for exposure. The Falcons will hit the road and play in 8 tourneys out of the state of Missouri and will participate in 6 NCAA certified tournaments. Click headline or logo for the 2007 Spring/Summer schedule.

Sunday, March 18
Kreps fresh off winning Class A state championship decides to stay with UIC

Former Falcons star 6'0 senior guard Robert Kreps of Maroa-Forsyth, which cruised to a state football title last November, added the first basketball championship in school history to the trophy case, with a 59-56 victory over Chicago North Lawndale at Carver Arena in Peoria.

Kreps, a standout wide receiver on the football team scored a game-high 27 points. A first team all-state selection Robert Kreps battled an illness that eventually led to an emergency appendectomy surgery less than one week before the state semifinal and championship games.

Also Kreps has decided to honor his University of Illinois-Chicago committment and will enroll in the fall on a full athletic scholarship. Kreps is up for the Mr. Basketball award in the state of Illinois.




Tuesday, January 16
Former Falcon star Lorenzo Taylor notches career highs @ Western Illinois.

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Lorenzo Taylor of Western Illinois
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Former St. Louis Falcons and Alton High School star Lorenzo Taylor a sophomore at Western Illinois University set career highs in points and rebounds in a loss to Oakland University. Click headline or Taylor picture for story link.

Thursday, January 4
Midstatehoops.com recognizes several Falcons players

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5'11 point guard Stefon Carson
Midstatehoops.com one of Illinois top recruiting services, has recognized several of the Falcons players in their latest article. Click title for link.

Lorenzo Taylor of Alton
Sunday, October 29
Falcons Alumni list click here....


Saturday, December 2
FALCONS CLASS OF 2007

Keep up with the St. Louis Falcons seniors. Click on link below for complete schedules and stats for the upcoming graduates.


6'0 Robert Kreps Maroa-Forsyth HS Signed Univ. of Illinois-Chicago

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5'11 Geno Mcneil SLUH

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5'11 Devon Dace Webster Groves HS

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6'1 Demario Washington Belleville East HS

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6'2 Mike Malat O'Fallon HS signed Graceland University

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6'4 Reo Quarles Belleville East HS Signed John Wood JC

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Saturday, December 2
6'5 Andre Thomas Fort Zumwalt South HS

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6'6 Alfred Nelson Chaminade HS signed Drury University

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6'6 Chris Williams Lebanon HS signed Tyler JC

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6'7 James Snider Carlyle HS signed Kaskaskia Junior College

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6'8 Andrew James Eureka HS committed UM-Rolla

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Monday, November 6
Kreps makes it official with UIC

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Maroa-Forsyth's Robert Kreps verbally committed to the University of Illinois-Chicago last spring. Wednesday was the first day recruits could make it official and he did, signing to play basketball for Jimmy Collins' club next year.

Kreps was also nominated for a spot on the McDonald's All-American team.


Wednesday, October 18
Former Falcons Johnny Brown and Deallen Hicks get ready for upcoming seasons.

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Johnny Brown junior at Alabama A & M
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6'0 former Berkeley High School and Forest Park Community College standout Johnny Brown is set to begin his junior season for Alabama A & M University. Brown a sweet shooting guard that starred for the Falcons during his summer days looks to have a big junior season.

6'3 former Vashon High School and Mineral Area Junior College star Deallen Hicks will begin his junior year at Clark Atlanta University. Hicks who had a steller career with the Falcons program was one of the best dunkers during his high school career will look to have continued success at the Division 2 institution.


Monday, October 9
Alfred Nelson Committs to Drury.

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Alfred Nelson commits to Drury
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6'6 Chaminade senior Alfred Nelson decided that the Drury University would be the best fit for him. Nelson who had a very productive summer with the Falcons this past summer, had several D1 mid major scholarship offers but decided that D2 Drury was the best for him. We the Falcons wish Alfred and the Nelson family the best.

Friday, August 4
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Saturday, August 5
Check out Illinois-Chicago commit Robert Kreps highlights.

Click link above for highlights of St. Louis Falcons point guard and Maroa-Forsyth senior Robert Kreps an Univeristy Illinois-Chicago commit. Also click on Kreps picture for additional highlights.

Sunday, June 11
Big man from Lebanon making big noise!

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6'6 Chris Williams of Lebanon HS
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6'6 230lb ultra-athletic post player Chris Williams from Lebanon High School has had several Division 1 schools show major interest in him: Western Illinois, Tennessee-Martin, and Bradley are a few. Western Illinois visited with Chris at Lebanon this spring.
Chris who is a very gifted athlete with great stregth has had a big summer thus far and has made a name for himself with several schools. Williams is a big time rebounder with a great scoring touch inside and can shoot from 10-12. He also runs the floor very very well and finishes above the rim. We look to see big things from Chris the rest of this summer and next years high school season.


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Friday, November 14
1996-04 recap of Falcon players & 5 best Falcons ever
Here is a look back at the past 9 St. Louis Falcons AAU 17U teams with complete rosters with records and the last ...


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