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Phenom Open Gym Tour: Providence Day

It was a wild Thursday hitting the road for Phenom Hoops, traveling all around the state.  But the first stop that we had to make in the early morning was Providence Day, a program that has produced some incredible talent and is looking to get back in making its mark on the state of North Carolina.  Head coach Ron Johnson is looking to lead the charge and get the Chargers back near the top. ...

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Stock Risers of NCISAA (Session 2) LIVE Period – Class of 2022

Phenom Hoops was on deck throughout the weekend at Forsyth Country Day for the NCISAA Live Period (Session 2), where teams throughout the state of North Carolina came to compete in front of college coaches. It was great to see all the teams and players in action over the weekend, as we are looking to bring you the stars and stock risers for each class from the weekend. We will continue with the stock risers for the class of 2022.

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Leaving a lasting impression: Phenom MDC (Part 2)

As you may have read, there was talent that could be found all over the court.  We just recently released our best-of-the-best players from the event that I personally saw but there are several others that left a lasting impression on me as well.  That is why these players captured my eyes as well, really leaving a mark on the event in Rock Hill. Here is Part 2 2022 Quave Propst-Allison (PSB):...

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Providence Day v. Legion Collegiate (Recap/Standouts)

The fifth game for day five of Phenom’s Holiday Classic took place between two noteworthy squads in Providence Day and Legion Collegiate. The Chargers came out of the gate with something to prove, spreading the ball around and mounting a 10-9 lead in the first quarter. However, Legion Collegiate quickly answered with a 9-2 run to start the second period and started taking over the action. Due to...

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Providence Day v. United Faith (Recap/Standouts)

The second day of Phenom’s November Classic carried onward between Providence Day and United Faith Christian. Things kicked off with United Faith seizing the lead and controlling the action for majority of the first half with their balanced approach. 6’2 ’21 LJ Johnson, 6’2 ’22 Xavier Mckelvy, 6’3 ’23 Lance Gill, and 5’10 ’22 Marcus Willis helped mount their 12-20 first quarter lead, which...

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Providence Day v. The Burlington School (Recap/Standouts)

The third game of Phenom’s November Classic took place between The Burlington School and Providence Day School. The Spartans quickly jumped out to a lead, highlighted by a balanced overall attack, opening things up with a 9-3 run and only keeping their foot on the gas. Though they saw contributions from guys like 6’10 ’21 Kuluel Mading and 6’1 ’22 Shane Peterson, 6’1 ’21 Jamarii Thomas really...

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POB’s Eye Catchers: Day 1 at #PhenomSummerHavoc (Part 3)

2022 6’7 Jeremy Gregory (Team Charlotte 16u): Gregory really got after it to start his day, going for 20 points in the win.  Gregory got to his spots, reacted quickly in the post and used his big hands to softly get the ball on the rim and score.  He did it multiple times, as well as continue to run the court well. 2022 Freddie Dilione (Big Shots Elite NC 2022 Lewis): Dilione not only...

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Noteworthy Storylines for Phenom Summer Havoc: Team Curry Preparing for Battle

Right now, there are various opinions about the “who’s who” of grassroots basketball—specifically within North Carolina. Throughout the summer, Team Curry has been at the forefront of those conversations due to their crossroads between success and a roster full of appealing prospects. This upcoming weekend, their 16U group will be in attendance at our Summer Havoc and should have the opportunity...

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Coach Rick’s All State “Most Improved Player”

Coach Rick’s All State “Most Improved Player” 6’1 2022 Quave Propst-Allison (Cox Mill) Cox Mill has been one of the most successful programs in the state from the 2016-17 to the 2018-19 season. They played in three NCHSAA 3A state championships, not to mention winning back to back for the 2016-17 and 2017-2018 season. Last season, Cox Mill lost the entire starting lineup that basically accounted...

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