Piedmont Classical took on Anderson Christian in the third game on Sunday, two teams that have performed well and played hard so far at the Holiday Classic. It was a back-and-forth affair for much of the first quarter, but Piedmont Classical was able to give themselves a little space at half with a 36-25 lead, led by Julius Harrison. Anderson Christian was able to chip away at the lead in the second half, getting it down to as many as four points but it seemed that there just wasn’t enough bodies for them and Piedmont was able to get out and run, helping them get back to their double-digit lead and secure the 66-51 victory.
Julius Harrison 17 points
Brent Randleman 13 points
Lamont McNeil 10 points
Bray Greer 20 points
Xavier Thornton 13 points
Mark Jackson 6 points
2021 6’5 Bray Greer (Anderson Christian): Call myself a fan of this young man. Greer is a worker on the court and is always active, especially getting on the boards, running the floor, and battling around the paint. Gave us a glimpse of his athleticism, flying high for the alley but did his damage with second-chance points and being active on the court.
2023 Julius Harrison (Piedmont Classical): Harrison is an intriguing prospect for his class. Good size, good frame, plays with a physical presence and can operate on multiple levels. Knocked down two three’s in the game but brings a well-rounded feel to the court. Nice two-way type player on the court.