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Nate Brumfield

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FairportBasketball.com - News

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Nate Brumfield of East High The senior forward gave two outstanding performances in last week's action.
Against Henninger High of Syracuse, Brumfield scored 40 points along with 17 rebounds and seven assists. They were Rob Hudson of Red Jacket, Steve Batty of Kendall, Morgan Hammen of Bishop Kearney, Cory Magee of Fairport, Mike Chmielowiec of Batavia, Nate Brumfield of East High, and Brian Pullyblank of Cal-Mum. Nate Brumfield of East High The Oriental star led East to the championship of the Hilton Tournament with wins over Buffalo Traditional and Hilton. Against Buffalo Traditional, Brumfield scored 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. Then in the championship game against Hilton, Brumfield scored 18 points and had 12 rebounds. He was named the tourney MVP. It marked the second time this season that Brumfield was selected as Player of the Week in the City-Catholic League.


Democrat & Chronicle: High School Sports

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Nate Brumfield (21) played AAU ball last summer and he's seen the difference in his game, averaging 25 points and 13 rebounds a game for East High, which plays for the Section V Class AAA title.At that moment, East High's Nate Brumfield tips the ball through the basket or sometimes jams it with force.It's an impressive sight, like the senior's growth socially, according to those who are around him daily. So are the 6-foot-4 senior forward's offensive statistics.Brumfield is the biggest force in East's high-scoring lineup."We go as Nate goes," East High coach Darrell Barley said."We have Nate Brumfield and other teams don't."The Rush-Henrietta Royal Comets will need to have an answer for that.Brumfield averages 25 points and 13 rebounds heading into East's clash with Rush-Henrietta at 8:45 p.m. Saturday in the Section V Class AAA final. This is a chance at redemption for most of the Orientals, including Brumfield."It's my last year and I want to win," Brumfield said.Fairport bounced East out of the tournament semifinals, after Brumfield lost his cool and pushed an opposing player."I'm happy that we got back because I got kicked out," Brumfield said.In the past, Brumfield has turned down interview requests even after East High wins and strong statistical games for him.He says it's not unusual for him to be quiet and shy in front of relatives. It surprised Brumfield when he was told that there are people with no connection to East High who come to watch him play."I'm not a loud person," Brumfield said."I'm a good kid. "I don't know if people believe that or not."His coaches and mentor at East hope that people do.Brumfield is wide-shouldered at 234 pounds, but his teammates rush to his defense faster than they can run a fast break. Aubrey Holmes, another teammate, and Mitchem, grew up with Brumfield in Van Auker housing projects on the city's west side.Mitchem remembers Brumfield as a "late-bloomer" when it came to basketball. "Nate always wanted to play football," Mitchem said."My first year at East, I think I was 5-10," Brumfield said.Brumfield, then a sophomore, was named to the Section V All-Tournament team after East edged Fairport in the Class AA final.He scored 11 points that game, all of which came in the second half. Last season, Brumfield made the jump from the All-Greater Rochester second team to the Super 15.He averaged 22.2 points and 11 rebounds during a season that included a 41-point game during a loss at Rush-Henrietta. During the summer, Brumfield was part of an AAU team that featured some of the best players in the state like NBA prospect Andray Blatche and Duke-bound guard Greg Paulus. "It helped me a lot," Brumfield said.Brumfield has played in every game but one this season.East officials said that Brumfield was benched as a precaution while it was determined whether he was academically eligible. His picture appeared in this newspaper when it was discovered that he did not play.Brumfield said that he probably will have to go to a prep school. "The public has an inaccurate perception of Nate, given that he's quiet and shy.


Lockport Union-Sun & Journal Online

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Last year's tournament most valuable player, East High's Nate Brumfield, scored a game-high 22 points, including 16 by halftime, as the Orientals enjoyed a 52-19 lead at intermission.


Democrat & Chronicle: McQuaid evens score

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East High's Nate Brumfield, left, tries to block McQuaid's Andrew Struble, who scored 18 points Tuesday. [Day in Photos]


Democrat & Chronicle: Big win for East

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East High's Nate Brumfield goes up for two of his 27 points and is fouled by McQuaid's Oliver Wesselhoft in a City-Catholic League showdown Tuesday.(January 7, 2004) - The East High Orientals have not always been able to take advantage of strong efforts by Nate Brumfield. That helped lead to both of the team's losses, but the Orientals might have learned a few lessons after beating McQuaid 72-68 at East on Tuesday. Brumfield came alive in the final quarter of another game, as he scored 10 of his 27 points in the City-Catholic League high school basketball matchup. The junior forward also finished with 16 rebounds.This time, Brumfield received help in a tightly contested game in which McQuaid's Jack Leasure scored 27 points, too. "We waited too late to play hard in those other games," Brumfield said about losses to Bishop Kearney and Rush-Henrietta."We should play hard during the whole game." East held a 66-64 lead when sophomore Keion Mitchum gave Brumfield a well-timed pass that led to a layup with 43.8 seconds remaining. "Nate is main man on our team. Brumfield returned to the court after Leasure's final 3-pointer and an East timeout to soar along the baseline and score as he was fouled. The Orientals were ahead by four points, 66-62, after Brumfield made the free throw. Brumfield and Mitchum sandwiched the last East baskets from the field around a missed jumper by Leasure.


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