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Hoops & Dreams Top Performances
Here is a list of the top performers from the Hoops & Dream Showcase presented by Lucas Moore Realty. Please note these top performers are in alphabetical order by school. Fayetteville Academy6’5 2024 Xavier Johnson: 31 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists & 2 steals on Friday. 19 points, 1 rebound & 1 assist on Saturday. 6’4 2026 Jossiah Johnson: 22 points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist...read more
Hoops and Dreams Game Recap: Terry Sanford vs. Fayetteville Academy
In the sixth contest of the day, the inner-Fayetteville showdown between Terry Sanford and Fayetteville Academy took place. Both teams entered this contest with a definite chip on their shoulder, and it made for a fairly competitive battle. Things kicked off in close fashion, as neither team was able to gain much separation until the closing minutes of the first half—where Fayetteville Academy...read more
Hoops and Dreams Game Report: Terry Sanford v. St. Paul’s (Girls)
In the second game of the day, the Terry Sanford Lady Bulldogs got off to a strong start behind a balanced scoring attack and strong zone defense. They took a 15 lead into the half, getting 7 girls into the scoring column along to way. In the third, led by Breonna Roaf’s play, Terry Sanford only strengthened their lead and took a 26-point advantage into the fourth. Full-court pressure from St....read more
Tuesday Standouts from The John Wall, Part 1
Game 1Callaway vs. Northwood First game of the day and it definitely didn’t disappoint. Northwood came away with a 61-52 win in overtime. Each team had their chances to win the game at the end of regulation. Callaway played without their leader and playmaker (Keiveon Hunt) for most of the 4th quarter and overtime. Keiveon has the ability to create plays for himself and his teammates....read more
COACH’S CORNER: Terry Sanford’s Karl Molnar Speaks on Past Championships + Coaching His Son Now!
Down in Fayetteville, Coach Molnar started out coaching girls basketball and won three state titles at Fayetteville Academy from 1999-2001. Now he leads his son and the Terry Sanford program on the men's side. He has had a wild ride, from playing soccer in high school and Charlotte, working as a pharmaceutical salesman, and also being a head coach. What brought him back to coaching and coaching his son now? Also, what are his goals and expectations for the upcoming season? A great interview overall.read more