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Is Cinque Lemon the Most Underrated Prospect in North Carolina?

Although the word “underrated” is coined with regularity throughout the grassroots landscape, it still holds merit within the proper context. Underrated can specifically be aimed at one of two possible groups, college coaches or the general public. In regards to college coaches, it simply means a kid does not have the appropriate recruitment for their respective abilities. As far as the masses...

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Versatile Prospects in North Carolina’s Class of 2022

Given the way basketball has trended over the last decade or so, versatility has become more valuable than ever—especially at the highest levels of play. Sure, there were older players like Oscar Robertson, Magic Johnson, and even Anthony Mason among countless others who embraced versatility before it became popular. However, it’s gradually become a necessity for a successful modernized brand of...

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Trending Upward: Five Obvious Targets for College Coaches

With the travel ball season in full swing, it’s only appropriate that we take a closer look at some notable targets across the state. Usually, countless offers are being thrown around at every turn. However, majority of programs have opted to hold onto their scholarships for as long as possible and ultimate play the waiting game with the Class of 2022. Although coaching staffs are moving and...

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Team Loaded NC 2022

During last summer’s crazy travel ball season in which there were no sneaker circuits, one of the most popular teams in the country was Tea Marie Hoops, started by former Division 1 assistant coach, Thomas Carr. Tea Marie Hoops quickly took over the grassroots scene with high level players wearing colorful t-shirts reminiscent of the classic Five Star Basketball Camp shirt. Yes, they were...

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2022 Cinque Lemon earns offer after tough performance at Phenom Opening

Team Loaded this year, no matter where you look, well… is loaded. And one of the prospects who played really well this past weekend in Virginia Beach was 2022 6’6 Cinque Lemon.  A player that has certainly been making some noise throughout North Carolina in his class, Lemon has just continued his strong play from this past season at Cape Fear Christian and is now showcasing it more during...

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Game Recap: Cape Fear Christian at Northwood Temple

One thing is for certain, basketball in Fayetteville is high level and the NCISAA Sandhills Conference is one of the toughest conferences in the state from top to bottom. Every single game is a dog fight. You have to bring it every single night. Last night’s conference opener between Cape Fear Christian and Northwood Temple lived up to the hype. Even with limited seating capacity, the...

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Holiday Classic: Cape Fear Christian vs. Franklin Prep Regional (Recap/Standouts)

Second game of the day brought us Franklin Prep Regional and Cape Fear Christian. Both teams were coming off losses on Tuesday and they were looking to bounce back on the final day of the Holiday Classic. It took a few minutes for teams to adjust on the court but it was Cape Fear Christian that took the early lead midway through the first, as it was their pressure defense that created easy...

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TLPS v. Cape Fear Christian (Recap/Standouts)

The third game for day four of Phenom’s Holiday Classic took place between two very intriguing programs in TLPS and Cape Fear Christian. TLPS has improved considerably since the beginning of the event, steadily progressing with each viewing and highlighting an unselfish approach. On the other side, Cape Fear Christian has quietly opened the season as one of the better teams in the state....

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Holiday Classic: Bull City National vs. Cape Fear Christian (Recap/Standouts)

Last game on the night, viewers and fans got themselves a treat as Bull City National, loaded with talent, went up against Cape Fear Christian, a team that has started off the season in tremendous fashion and looking to make a statement in Rock Hill. It wasn’t the highest scoring game in the first half but it was more of a balanced attack for Bull City Prep National, as he had several players...

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