On the Road with Doc Pritchett: Guest Mark Sills discusses Bancroft School Top 100 Basketball Players' Appreciation Ceremony - Thursday, February 23, 2017
HBCU Talk Show with Mark Sills
Former Newark basketball star Wilbert ‘TC’ Ransburg a Hall of Famer (Newark Post Online)
76ers Camp Brochure (PDF)
Celebration in Honor of Howard High School: Basketball & Alumni Day, DEC 3, 2016 (Flyer, PDF)
Top 100 Basketball players in Bancroft School History (Mark Sills, #19, PDF - Updated)
Slain Player: Recent West Catholic Prep graduate (Akyra Murray) among the dead in Orlando (Philly.com)
DSU Diamond Extranganza Womens Sports Banquet: Mark Sills Award (View Photos)
Final Four Photos - Houston, TX (APRIL 2016)
Mark Sills, NCAA Final Four Championship Basketball Luncheon, APR 2, 2016
Tony Brown, Espn Basketball Announcer and Former NBA Basketball player Stephen Bardo and Mark Sills
Phil Ford, Univ of NC Basketball Legend, and Mark Sills
Mark Sills, is being honored on April 10, 2016, at DSU's "Diamond
Award Program." Mark your calendar & plan to attend. View the attachment for further details. (PDF)
Attention Coaches and Parents: Flyer for discounted Philadelphia Sixers tickets. A great way to have a night night with a group or family. (JPG)
Sixers Camps 2016 - Early Enrollment (Join the Sixers at Camp This Summer!) - Donwload PDF Flyer
1996 Howard High School Basketball Championship Team - 20th Anniversary Celebration and Honoring Track Coach Bob King, Winner of Eight Delaware State H.S. Championships (FRI, FEB 12) - Download PDF Flyer
Howard High School Newsletter - Jan 2016 (Download PDF)
AAU Basket Ball Tryouts 2016 (Download Flyer)
City Of Wilmington Dinner Banquet In Honor Of Community Legends SAT, MAY 14, 2016, Advanced Tickets Only (Download PDF)
Delaware Boys High School Basketball
LLHOOPS.COM Top 15 Teams (Download PDF.)
State Basketball Hall of Fame inducts 7 in 2017 class
Wilmington to honor Gratz legend Ted Blunt (PhillyTrib.com)
Community Legends Banquet (Delaware Online)
Brown Boys’ Club coaches shaped lives in Wilmington (Delaware Online)
Urbanyouthinc Alumnus: Tajuan Watson
Former Smyrna star Betnijah Laney selected 17th in WNBA Draft Dreams can come true anywhere, even at a family-style chain restaurant… (DE Online)
Ex-Piston, first black NBA player Earl Lloyd dies at 86: Earl Lloyd averaged 8.4 points and 6.4 rebounds in 560 regular-season games in nine seasons with Washington, Syracuse and Detroit. (Freep.com)
St. Joe's Molock a Profile in Inner Strength (Philly.com)
A.J. English awaits celebration (The Philadelphia Tribune)
Mayor Kevin Johnson honored by NAACP at symposium featuring sports greats, mentors (The Sacramento Bee)
Delaware Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame induction (DelawareOnline.com)
Del. Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame to induct Mark Sills (The Philadelphia Tribune)
James H. Sills Jr. Bridge Dedication Ceremony
Featuring comments (in order of appearance) by Stephanie T Bolden, Shaileen Bhatt, Chris Coons, Christopher Bullock, Thomas Gordon, Margaret Rose Henry, Robert Marshall, Jea Street, Theo Gregory, Dennis P Williams, and James H Sills Jr.
The North Market Street Bridge was officially renamed after former Wilmington Mayor James H. Sills Jr. Sills was the city's first African-American mayor and served from 1992-2000.
The dedication ceremony was held on Tuesday July 14th. The plaque reads as followed:
Mayor James H. Sills, Jr. Bridge
North Market Street
This bridge is named for Dr. James H. Stills, Jr. to honor his service as a State Legislator, as the first African American Mayor of Wilmington and for his tenure as a Wilmington City Council member. His personal love, commitment and dedication to our city and state are unwavering.
Jim Sills talks with with Norman Oliver, Stormino.net
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Mark Sills & Reno Bighorns NBA Development League Player 7'5" Tall Sim Bhullar at The Bob Carpenter at University Of Delaware Pro Basketball Game.
Mark Sills At World Famous Cameron Indoor Stadium