Carmel Christian MLK Showcase Scoreboard


Liberty Heights 66 Chapmanville (WV) 64

In an exciting game start to finish, Liberty Heights pulled an a dramastic win over a hot shooting Chapmanville team. Leading the way for Liberty Heights was 6’6 2020 Kahari Rogers with a game high 26 points. Rogers hit five 3-pointers for the game, but hit four consecutive 3-pointers in the second half. 6’6 Juwan Gary finished with 18 points. For Chapmanville, 6’8 unsigned senior Devin Collins shared game high honors with 26 points including four 3-pointers. 6’9 2020 Obinna Anochili-Killen battled some early foul trouble, but still managed a triple double with 11 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 block shots. Go ahead and put Anochili-Killen in your SIM card. 6’0 2020 Andrew Shull also had double figures with 12 point which included four 3-pointers.


Davidson Day 61 Lincoln Charter 53

In a battle of two well coached and disciplined teams, Davidson Day hit key free throws down the stretch to secure the impressive win over a very talented Lincoln Charter tea. It was the trio of 6’4 ’21 Bryce Alfino, 6’5 ’20 Jackson Threadgill, and 5’10 ’20 Adam Brazil leading the way as they scored 17, 15, and 10 points respectively. That being said, the key player for Davidson Day was the outstanding point guard play of Adam Brazil. Brazil scored 10 points, but went 8-8 from the free throw line including 6-6 in the final minutes of the game. His playmaking ability, poise and ability to control the tempo was the key to the game. Leading the way for Lincoln Charter was the play of 6’3 ‘189 Levontae Knox with a game high 22 points while 6’1 freshman Anthony Breland chipped in 12 points.


Moravian Prep 74 Concord First Assembly 59

After a close first quarter, Moravian Prep via 6’9 Josh Hall went on a three point scoring exhibition in the second quarter that broke open the game. Hall finished with a game high 28 points including SIX 3-pointers. Moravian Prep had plenty of support as 6’2 2019 Kamari Scott chipped in 13 while 6’7 2019 Danial Lobach and 6’2 2019 Caleb Burgess had 11 and 10 points respectively. For Concord First Assembly, it was the combination of 6’9 2020 Garrett Hien who finished with a solid all around game of 20 points while 6’2 2021 shooting guard Trae Benham tossed in 16 points including five 3-pointers.


Independence 58 Carmel Christian 57 

The game the city of Charlotte wanted was so good that it had to go into overtime to determine the winner. Defending NCHSAA 4A state champions Independence won in dramastic fashion when 6’0 unsigned senior Raja Milton hit the winning shot with eight seconds remaining to upset nationally ranked and defending NCISAA 2A state champion Carmel Christian. Playing before a sold out crowd, both teams gave exactly what basketball junkies wanted. Leading the way for Independence was Raja Milton who had a team high 19 points, including the game winner. 6’5 Murray State signeed Matthew Smith and 6’0 Queens University signed AJ McKee both finished with 13 and 12 points respectively. For Carmel Christian, Appalachian State signee Donovan Gregory finished with 17 points while Houston Baptist signee Myles Pierre chipped in 15 points, all in the second half. 6’5 Liberty signee Marten Maide also got into double digit scoring with 12 points.