Homewood Area Small Fry
Vikings

 

International
Champions

1985, 2000

Homewood Area Small Fry Vikings

2018 Homewood Vikings

2009 in the Record Books (pdf)   Yearbook history

News: 17 golf, '16,
'15
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'14, '13  '12
  '11'07  '06

2019 Schedule

History, records
      2019   2017
2016  
2015   2014
2013  2012   2011
2010  2009  2008
2007
  2006  2005 2004  2003  2002
    Viking alumni

08, 09, 10, 11, 2013, 2015, 2019
Midwest champs

 
 

Homewood won the 2000 International Championship in Orlando, Fla. with a 44-38 title-game victory over the Chicago Washington Jaguars.

2020 record: 0-10
Coaches: Justin Edgecombe.

JV Vikings: 1-10
Coaches: Damarion Edgecombe.

Administration: Trebor Edgecombe,

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Homewood captured sixth place in the 51st annual International Tournament.

Vikings News

Vikings earn 6th at 51st International Tournament
  

   ORLANDO, FLA- Homewood Small Fry Basketball captured sixth place in the 51st annual International Tournament at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort, one of four Midwest teams to finish in the top seven.
   Robert Taylor 65, Homewood 44- Despite nine points from Labrian Poole and eight points each by Chris Cooksey and Lucas Underwood, the Vikings fell to their Windy City foe in the fifth-place contest.
   Homewood 56, Bucaplaa 47- Gianni Cobb poured in 23 points and Dorien Beatty added 10 points for the Vikings, who overcame a 30-20 halftime deficit to earn a spot in the fifth-place contest.
   Marquette Best 51, Homewood 33- The Vikings fell short in the quarterfinal contest, despite four three-pointers and a game-high 16 points from Cobb.
   Homewood 49, Chi-Town NBN 33- A 21-8 closing run sealed the victory in a onetime close battle, as Cobb clicked for 19 points and Beatty added 11 markers. Homewood hit 14 fourth-quarter free throws to secure the contest.
   Orlando Rising Stars 46, Homewood 45- A buzzer-beater thwarted the Vikings in the exhibition contest, although Cobb copped game-high scoring honors with 21 points, including 10 in the final stanza.
   Naranjito, PR 46, Homewood 44- Cobb tallied 19 points and Beatty added 14 points for the Vikings, who allowed a double-digit lead to slip away.

 

2020 Homewood Vikings schedule/results

 

Day

Date

Opponent

Time/Record

Saturday Feb. 15 Kenosha 57, Homewood 10
0-1

Saturday

Feb. 15

Highwood 36, Homewood 23

0-2
Sunday Feb. 16 Chicago Heights 52, Homewood 22
0-3
Saturday Feb. 22 Chicago Fire 57, Homewood 18
0-4
Saturday Feb. 22 Avalon Runners 42, Homewood 36
0-5
Saturday Feb. 22 Chi-Town NBN 40, Homewood 31
0-6
Saturday Feb. 29 at Windy City  
Saturday March 7 Chicago Heights 49, Homewood 25  
Saturday March 7 Tri-City 61, Homewood 20  
Sunday March 8 Tri-City 51, Homewood 31  
Sunday March 8 Highwood 54, Homewood 21  
Saturday March 14 at Chicago Heights Postponed
Saturday March 14 Kenosha at Chicago Heights Postponed
Sunday March 15 Tri-City at Chicago Heights Postponed
Sunday March 15 Highwood at Chicago Heights Postponed
Saturday March 21 Chicago Heights at Kenosha* Postponed
Saturday March 21 Tri-City at Kenosha* Postponed
Saturday March 28 Tri-City Postponed
Saturday March 28 Kenosha Postponed
Sunday March 29 Highwood Postponed
Sunday March 29 Chicago Heights Postponed
   
 

Home games (BOLD) at Homewood Village Hall, 2010 Chestnut Road.
*- indicates Midwest Qualifier games.



 

2020 Varsity
Asaiah Brown               Sebastian Peppers
Nasir Charles                Jamir Ratliff
Tyrese Cummings        Kaymen Robertson
Napoleon Harris           Blake Sims
Ethan Howard               Matthew Tyrone
Ethan Jackson              Matthias Tyrone

2020 Junior Varsity

        

 

2018 Junior Varsity Vikings

2018 Jr.
Varsity
Vikings

 

Homewood Vikings Honor Roll

International championships (2)
2000 (at Orlando), 1985 (at Racine).

Other International Final Fours (11 total)
2011 (fourth), 2009 (third), 2004 (second), 2003 (fourth), 1996 (third), 1983 (fourth), 1981 (fourth), 1980 (second), 1976 (fourth).

International consolation championships (5)
2018, 2006, 2001 (at Orlando); 1993 (at Tampa), 1973 (at Seminole)

Midwest Regional championships (17)
2019, 2015, 2013, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2004, 2003, 2001, 2000, 1993, 1992, 1989, 1985, 1984, 1983

Famous alumni
Donovan McNabb, NFL quarterback
Mike Tomczak, Super Bowl quarterback with Chicago Bears
Joe Frasor, NCAA Sweet 16 with Eastern Michigan
D.J. Cooper, NCAA Sweet 16 with Ohio University
Maurice Acker, Marquette University and European Pro League
Nick Trzesniak, Texas Rangers organization
Jeff Kunkel, Detroit Tigers organization

Vance Cooksey, NAIA national champion; NBA 'D' League

 
 

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