Carter Ingersoll signs to play basketball at Claremont McKenna College and Adrian Cohen signs with Tusculum College. Congratulations to Carter, Adrian and their families.
Adrian Cohen with his family and coaches
Adrian Cohen and Carter Ingersoll with Coach Dasinger and Coach VanVoorhis
Carter Ingersoll with his family and coaches
THE FUTURE OF ETOWAH BASKETBALL - MEET THE TEAM
Coach Dasinger addresses the parents
2017-2018 Etowah Varsity
5th Grade Junior Eagles
6th Grade Junior Eagles
6th Grade Junior Eagles
2017-2018 Etowah Junior Varsity
2017-2018 Etowah Freshmen
7th Grade Junior Eagles
8th Grade Junior Eagles
Ten Dark Horse teams that will be battling for statewide recognition and a playoff berth this season.
The Eagles finished 20-10 with a Sweet 16 appearance but struggled in Region 4, going just 4-6. Much of the continuity returns except at head coach where Jason Dasinger steps in to build on the quick momentum constructed by now Milton head coach Allen Whitehart. Dasinger racked up a 25-4 record at Alpharetta in his only year on the job and now turns to a new cast at Etowah to replicate his success. Tusculum-commit Adrian Cohen and junior Jaxon Etter power the Eagle offense. Cohen has size and versatility as a 6-foot-5 wing while Etter, a burgeoning college prospect, popped onto opposing teams’ radars last year as he surged his way into becoming a First Team All-Region 4 selection. The 6-foot-3 swingman is a crafty scorer and underrated athlete who can takeover games. Inside, Etowah is anchored by agile 6-foot-7 senior Julian Baldwin and 6-foot-5 dirty work rebounder Carter Ingersoll. Nick Nagy provides the outside shooting and rounds out the core of Etowah’s senior class. Playing to their potential and not down to competition will determine whether or not the Eagles can become a dangerous team come February.
Nick Nagy, 2018 and Jaxon Etter, 2019 represent the basketball team on the Homecoming Court.
Registration is now open for the for the 2017 -2018 season. This registration is for rising 9th-12th grade players as well as Jr. Eagles players (rising 4th-8th grade players). Any player who wishes to play basketball must register online. As in years past, payment of player dues this season will be through an invoice system. If you have not created a SportsEngine Account, you must do so first. Additional information is available on the registration page. Click the link below to register.
Future Board Meeting dates and times will be posted here.