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Lynn University's Men's Basketball MVP 2011-2012 and 2012- 2013.
Name P FG 3 Pt FT PTS ORB DRBTR PF AST TO BS ST MIN
22 * Jeremy Lampkin 6/10 2/3 1/3 15 4 3 7 4 1 2 0 0 25:28
Invited to Mullen's Elite 80 Camp in July 2010.
Lampkin Leads the Chiefs
By Zack Huffman
As the Chiefs continue their successful run, Jeremy Lampkin is helping to ensure McIntosh has a formidable offense on the hardwood.
According to coach Jason Eisele, Lampkin maintains a competitive edge that allows him to outscore the competition.
â€œHeâ€™s a real big competitor,â€ he said. â€œHe wants to do well in everything he does.â€
As for his scoring, Eisele praised the McIntosh seniorâ€™s balanced approach at attacking the net.
â€œHeâ€™s a duel threat,â€ he said. â€œHeâ€™s a clutch shooter, but heâ€™s definitely one of those players that can take it to the hole.â€
With just one state playoff appearance in McIntoshâ€™s past, Lampkin is determined to make this season historic for the Chiefs.
â€œIf we just keep working hard and pushing ourselves we have a very good chance of making it back there,â€ he said.
Success on the court aside, Lampkin believes it is very important to give back to the community. When he isnâ€™t sinking buckets, the 6â€™3â€ small forward does community service work with his church.
Lampkin said, giving back is a good way for him to repay the support he receives from the community every game night.
01-06-09 Mays High School at Mays. We won. I scored 15pts. Ally-oop dunks. 3blks, 4stls, 6assts, 4rbs.
Have started our season at 1-3.
McIntosh and Creek head to state as well 2009-02-24
By Trey Alverson
LITHIA SPRINGS -- After a rough day on the court at Lithia Springs Saturday, both Sandy Creek squads can take solace in the fact that their seasons live on. Despite a pair of lopsided losses, Creek's teams are still headed to the state playoffs.
And the McIntosh boys can only be thrilled with how Saturday transpired. Not only did the Chiefs bounce back from a Friday setback against Fayette County, they avenged an earlier loss to Sandy Creek and now look poised to make a successful state playoff run.
The Chiefs exploded for 37 points in the fourth quarter to beat Creek 90-75 in the boys 5-AAAA third place game.
"We played with a tremendous amount of energy and that was the key," said McIntosh head coach Jason Eisele. "I told the guys, be aggressive. Go out, have fun, but do it aggressively. In the fourth we got hands in the passing lanes and disrupted their offense. That sparked our scoring."
The Chiefs held a 53-50 lead after three tough quarters, but during the final frame Jeremy Lampkin and Chiefs soared--literally.
Lampkin flew through the air and dunked twice during McIntosh's 22-3 scoring blitz that opened the fourth--sending the fans to their feet each time. He finished with a game high 30 points.
"It stung losing to Creek during the regular season," Eisele stated. "Our seniors like Jeremy wanted to send a message. I think it'll be tough to beat us if we can continue to play this aggressively."
Three other Chiefs scored in double figures. Senior guards Isaac Woodley and Michael Chisholm went for 18 and 15 respectively. Junior wing Josh Ball added 11 points.
In the consolation games - Sandy Creekâ€™s girls lost 80-45 while McIntosh beat Sandy Creekâ€™s boys 90-75. Jeremy Lampkin scored 30 points for the Chiefs, while Isaac Woodley added 18, Michael Chisholm scored 15 and Josh Ball had 11. Malcolm Jackson scored 29 for the Patriots while Emerson Williams added 15.
Published Tuesday, February 17, 2009 in Sports
LITHIA SPRINGS - The Northgate Vikings couldnâ€™t stop McIntoshâ€™s Jeremy Lampkin or Michael Chisolm here Tuesday night as the duo combined for 39 points and the Chiefs eliminated the Vikings from the Region 5-AAAA tournament, 67-47.
McIntosh, Creek and Fayette are in! 2009-02-20
LITHIA SPRINGS -- McIntosh, Sandy Creek and Fayette County boys' basketball teams are all headed to the state playoffs.
State bound: several teams punch tickets for playoffs
Tigers win 2 OT thriller over Chiefs in key region clash 2009-02-02
By Trey Alverson
When local rivals McIntosh and Fayette County meet on the basketball court, history tells us that the fans will get their moneyâ€™s worth.
â€œMcIntosh pushes us to the max,â€ said Fayette head coach Andre Flynn.
â€œItâ€™s always close. Every time we play them itâ€™s a close game.â€
Friday night was no exception.
The two teams spent four intense quarters and two overtime periods writing what may go down in history as the single most thrilling chapter of the countyâ€™s oldest and most intense basketball rivalry.
The Tigers emerged victorious on their home court, winning 72-69 to cap off a dramatic comeback.
The 10th ranked Chiefs took a 9-0 early lead and then stayed out in front of the ninth ranked Tigers for the next three and a half quarters.
But Fayette sophomore Malcom Brogdonâ€™s rebound and putback with :17 left in the fourth tied the game at 60-60. The teams soon found themselves in OT.
Adam Smithâ€™s banked jumper early in the first overtime period gave Fayette its first lead of the ballgame.
Noel Johnsonâ€™s free throws with four seconds left in the second overtime period put the Tigers up by three.
When McIntoshâ€™s Jeremy Lampkinâ€™s long fade-away three point attempt hit the rim and rattled out a few seconds later, the gym erupted in celebration.
The Tigers had completed the comeback--winning a game during which they had trailed for all of regulation and much of the two overtime periods.
â€œYou couldnâ€™t beat that game, as far as excitement goes,â€ Flynn exclaimed.
â€œWe didnâ€™t give up. McIntosh is a well-coached, disciplined and talented basketball team. We did a lot of things to catch up late that arenâ€™t going to show up in the stat sheet.â€
With superstar Noel Johnson struggling through an off shooting night and fellow senior Addison Flynn in foul trouble for much of the contest, the starting sophomore trio of Smith, Brogdon and Maurice Williams stepped it up for the Tigers.
â€œMaurice is our defensive enforcer and he was huge against McIntosh. He battled on the boards and kept finding ways to come up with the ball.
His block in the second OT is really what won us the game,â€ Flynn said. â€œAnd I canâ€™t say enough about Adam Smith. Heâ€™s just a sophomore, too. He kept us in that one with some big, big shots.â€
Smith actually led all scorers with 27 points--including four timely three pointers scattered throughout key moments of the game.
Brogdon scored 13 and Williams and Johnson both chipped in a dozen points a piece.
Josh Ball and Jeremy Lampkin both scored 18 points for the visiting Chiefs. Guards Michael Chisholm and Isaac Woodley also hit double figures for McIntosh, scoring 11 and 10 points respectively.
It was Ballâ€™s red hot first half that gave McIntosh its early advantage. The junior swing man scored seven during the Chiefâ€™s game opening 13-2 run.
But the Tigers closed the quarter with six consecutive points to shrink the early lead to five.
A similar theme followed in the second. Ball retained his hot hand, going for eight in the quarter. However, a 26-15 McIntosh shrank to an eight point margin by the time the buzzer sounded.
In the third, the Tigers outscored the Chiefs 20-13, but still trailed by a point heading into the fourth.
Lampkin, Isaac Woodley and Michael Chisholm then did their best to put the game away. The trio shared the rock and poured on the points, but Fayette lingered not too far behind. Woodleyâ€™s steal and layup with just under two minutes remaining made it 59-53 in favor of the Chiefs.
But Brogdon backed in and hit a turnaround 20 seconds later to cut the lead to four.
Johnson finally splashed one of his trademark threes from the corner with 1:20 left to make it 59-58, but Lampkin drew a foul on Johnson just seconds later. The foul was Johnsonâ€™s fourth and it put McIntosh in the double bonus.
Lampkin made the first, but missed his second free throw. Trailing by two, Fayette pulled down the board and called a timeout to draw up a play.
Johnson badly missed his three point attempt from the corner with 30 seconds left and the Chiefs snatched the rebound and ran.
The fastbreak that ensued looked like it would put the game out of reach. Lampkin hoped to do so with an exclamation mark.
Without a Tiger in sight, he took the outlet pass and elevated for a dunk. But his two-handed slam was all rim. The missed dunk gave Fayette another chance.
When Johnsonâ€™s three ball rattled out, Brogdon snatched the board and converted the putback.
Chisholm appeared to hit the game winner a few seconds later, but was whistled for traveling moments before getting off the shot.
With the score tied at 64, the Tigers game planned for the last shot in the first OT.
But Flynnâ€™s corner three did not fall. Ball grabbed the rebound and launched a prayer at the buzzer that came agonizingly close to ending the game.
In the closing seconds of the second OT, Williamsâ€™ clean block of Hodson McFarlandâ€™s driving shot swung the momentum back toward the Fayette bench. Johnson then made a pair of free throws before Lampkin barely missed the buzzer three that would have sent the game to a third OT.
The Tigers clinched the No. 1 seed in the region tournament with the win. They are 10-0 in 5-AAAA and 15-7 overall. McIntosh fell to 5-5 in the region and 16-7 on the season.
McIntosh at one point led by as many as 13, but the Lions roared back, with Oklahoma signee Raymond Willis delivering the dagger in McIntosh?s heart, a 3-pointer from the left corner with 1.2 seconds remaining that helped the Lions escape with their 13th consecutive victory, 62-61 in Peachtree City.
In the girls game, the unranked Lady Chiefs also came close to pulling out a shocking victory, but the third-ranked Lady Lions held on for their sixth straight victory, 38-31.
Entering the boys game, Westlake had won all 15 region games it had played, including a 79-58 thrashing of McIntosh in January.
The rematch proved far more difficult for Westlake (22-2, 16-0 region), which was surprising, considering two McIntosh starters sat out the first quarter due to illness (center Robert Chubb and forward Robert Michel), one was unavailable to play due to suspension (shooting guard Cameron Rich) and another was out with a season-ending knee injury (point guard Jake Tanis).
McIntosh (12-9, 8-8 region) still had the services of electrifying forward Jeremy Lampkin, who led McIntosh with 22 points, and guard Isaac Woodley (18 points) and center Carson Crandall (10 points) filled in admirably for McIntosh?s missing starters.
The Chiefs certainly had plenty of opportunities to take down the might Lions, but Willis, as he has done all season for Westlake, delivered when his team needed him most.
Willis, who scored a game-high 25 points, opened overtime with a runner that gave Westlake its first lead since the second quarter.
Then Westlake spread the court and patiently passed the ball around to kill the clock early in overtime, eliciting a chorus of boos from the crowd.
Westlake added one more point, on a free throw by Khamori Watts, to make it 59-56.
Woodley brought McIntosh back, sinking a runner and drawing a foul, which led to Woodley displaying an emphatic fist pump.
Woodley drained the resulting free throw to complete the three-point play and tie the game at 59 with 29.8 seconds remaining.
Willis responded with the go-ahead 3-pointer to hand Westlake a 62-59 lead.
Then, with both teams off the court during a timeout, Westlake was assessed a technical foul on its bench. Woodley stepped up to the free throw line and sank both free throws to make it 62-61.
McIntosh failed to get off another shot the rest of the way.
?We?ll learn from this game,? McIntosh coach Jason Eisele said. ?It?s a tough loss, but it?s exactly what we needed heading into the region tournament next week. We know we can play well against Westlake, the No. 1 team in the state. It?s a step in the right direction.?
The Chiefs held a double-digit lead (43-31) heading into the fourth quarter, and it appeared they were set to stun the Lions. McIntosh?s lead remained in double digits as late as three minutes left in the quarter, thanks mainly to Lampkin, whose high-flying dunk and a finger-roll layup off a steal put McIntosh in front 51-41.
Westlake prevented McIntosh from pulling ahead even further with a 9-0 run that slashed the Chiefs? lead to 51-50 with 1:27 remaining. Willis had four points, including a beautiful floater that glanced off the glass and into the basket, during the run.
A two-handed dunk and a reverse layup by Chubb and a free throw by Mikey Cerezola widened McIntosh?s lead to 56-51.
Westlake?s Matthew Fields brought his team back with two huge plays.
Fields drove into traffic in the lane, spun and hit an off-balance jumper, then drew a foul. He sank the resulting free throw to complete a three-point play.
Fields torched McIntosh again the next trip down the court, taking a pass from Willis, dribbling hard along the baseline and scoring on a reverse layup that tied the game at 56 with 6.9 seconds remaining.
McIntosh had one last chance to grab a shocking victory in regulation, but Michel?s baseline jumper was off the mark.
The Chiefs led by as many as 12 in the first half following a 12-0 run late in the second quarter. Lampkin and Crandall each scored five points for McIntosh during its run.
The girls came was surprisingly close until the end ? Westlake led by only six with three minutes to go ? mainly because the Lady Chiefs (10-11, 6-10 region) were able to slow down Westlake?s up-tempo offense.
?When we can slow teams down in transition, we are a pretty good halfcourt defensive team,? McIntosh coach David Dowse said. ?We were able to slow down Westlake tonight. We lost, but we played a smart game.?
With their transition game bogged down, Westlake (19-2, 15-1 region) turned to its star center, Tamika Willis, and she came through, scoring a game-high 18 points. She was the lone Lady Lion to score in double figures.
McIntosh center Erin Justice came close to matching Willis? output, scoring a team-high 12 points. Denise Hinton and Shelbi Sims both added seven for McIntosh.
McIntosh takes Creekside to 2 OTs before falling, 83-80; Lady Chiefs get 42-40 win 2008-02-05
By Trey Alverson
McIntosh battled region foe Creekside in Peachtree City on Friday in a pair of barnburners on the basketball court.
I spoke to the Lynn University Sponsors about being a student athlete in 2013.
I was asked by my principal to speak at our Baccalaureate, and I did.
Spoke to the congregation Sunday morning 05-03-09, on behalf of Seniors at Peachtree City United Methodist Church on Senior Day.
Junior Escort for Debutante Ball for friends of the family, where I won an Academic Scholarship for an essay.
http://www.tvmatchpoint.com/video/SHOW6fpr.wmv Channel 25 on Comcast.
sportpics by sharon
I will always work with kids, knowing that the inspiration that I give can motivate them to be better at what they do.
Again, I returned to my personal trainer and continued to work on my overall conditioning for the summer of 2011.
I paid out of my own pocket for a personal trainer in the summer of 2010, to help prepare my body for the upcoming season. He helped increase my body mass and stregth, and also increase my vertical to 36 inches.
This summer I participated in two youth basketball camps in Peachtree City, and I worked our family's own Camp Innovations with 5 boys.
I've worked with the Youth Program at Peachtree City United Methodist Church throughout my high school career. I was lead in many skits, plays, and/or dance presentations that they had. I worked as a Youth Leader Intern in the summer of 2010. I work with the youth at church in Oklahoma as I attend Northern Oklahoma College. I led my family's first boy's camp at our home for two weeks in July 2010. There were 8 boys from ages 6-17 and I was their leader. I worked them out every morning. I led the devotions and shared knowledge of what I've learned through the years. It was a spawn project that my parents are going to now do as a regular program, to provide a two week learning experience for under priviledged African American young boys.
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