Former Patriot Adonai Rogers Shines in College Debut


Former Berkmar patriot Adonai Rogers helped lead his Thomas University team to its first ever victory in school history with a 82-71 victory over Florida International.  Rogers scored 12 points in the victory.  You can read the whole story from Thomas Universities athletic website

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Sanks Commits to Georgia Southern

Sanks Georgia Southern

The Berkmar Basketball Program wants to congratulate Senior Jonathan Sanks on his commitment to Georgia Southern University. Here are some highlights of Sanks from last season

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Patriots Announce 2013-2014 Schedule


Septermber 23, 2013 Berkmar Patriots Announce 2013-2014 Schedule                 The Berkmar Patriots always set out to have one of the toughest schedules in the competitive state of Georgia Basketball and the 2013-2014 schedule is no different.  After helping lead his team to 4 consecutive state tournament appearances, including a trip to the Elite 8 the last two season, Coach Phillips ...

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Tim Rowe Featured on HoopSeen


Senior Tim Rowe was recently featured on  Rowe has recently been receiving interest from Division I schools from across the country.  HoopSeen discusses Rowe’s experiences playing with the Korean National team during the summer you can read the whole article here:   2012-2013 Season Highlights of Tim Rowe

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Berkmar Featured in Power Poll

Sanders for Power Poll Article

The recent success of the Berkmar Patriot basketball program has not gone unnoticed from media outlets with a recently posting an article on Berkmar in their new Power Poll Preview series.  You can read the whole article here:

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Sanks Featured on


Sanks Featured on Following an impressive second half of his Junior season, Jonathan Sanks continued his stellar play throughout the spring and summer AAU periods.  Managing editor of, Justin Young, wrote “Sanks shined at Berkmar’s team camp and finished July strong with the Atlanta All-Stars, showing a knack for scoring from all three levels.”  You can read the ...

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