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The annual Triad 48 hosted by the BlueChip Triad Academy lived up to the billing once again as some of the elite Triad talent battled it out at Forsyth Country Day School. Lewisville, North Carolina- It was quite a spectacle watching this group of athletes compete at their highest levels. The camp provided a stage for established stars to prove their value and other sleepers are looking to make...read more
Winston Salem Prep is a 1A power house in North Carolina ... You can almost write them into the state championship contention every year. Their pipeline of talent runs deep and they put multiple players into college, with scholarships, every year.read more
Winston-Salem, NC NCHSAA 1A State Playoffs – Sweet 16 Bishop 8 20 10 18 56 WSP 10 15 12 16 53 Bishop 56 Cameron Caroway 20 Jake Ledbetter 14 Mac McAlhany 6 Dawson McAlhany 5 Andrew Budzinski 5 Gus O’Hale 4 Niel Ingle 2 WSP 53 Chaz Gwyn 21 Anthony Sellers 14 Stephen Minor 10 Zach Austin 8 Zaire Patterson 1 Bishop 21-8 WSP 23-5 Bishop McGuinness took down cross town rival and reigning State...read more
The state of North Carolina is blessed with an overabundance of talent. In the North Carolina 2018 class, 60 plus players signed with D1 schools and another 40 plus signed to play at the D2, D3, NAIA or Juco level. Quite impressive numbers! This year, the 2019 class is on the same course to have 100 plus players continue to play at the collegiate level. In our unsigned senior spotlight, we want...read more
We are incredibly excited about the programs and the teams we have coming to Phenom’s Summer Jam Session 3. This Saturday (June 23) at Ben L. Smith High School in Greensboro, NC there will be some high level talent in the gym with some great programs, some of which are coming off state titles. Here are some storylines we will be watching for. Winston Salem Prep Defends its State Title Winston...read more
6’5” Corey Rutherford High Point Havoc (Winston Salem Prep) Possibly no one in the event turned more heads than Rutherford. The shooting guard did just that, as he shot his way to 19 3s on Championship Sunday through his 3 games played. He averaged 26 points for the event, including a game high of 39 on 9 made 3s. This season, playing for State Champion Winston Salem Prep he shot 43% from 3, so...read more