Millbrook: 25 14 13 19 – 71
Enloe: 10 14 16 9 – 49

Eric Van der Heijden: 25 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 blocks
Silas Demary Jr.: 20 points, 6 assists, 6 steals
Chris Daniels: 16 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals

Dakota Gordon: 17 points
Joshua Laney: 15 points

Game Notes:

  • Millbrook came out strong led by Eric van der Heijden, helping get out to a double-digit lead in the first quarter.
  • The game mostly stayed in double-digits expect for in the third, when Enloe found success from behind the arc and was able to cut it down to nine points, 49-40. 
  • Millbrook outscored and took control again, outscoring Enloe 19-9 in the fourth to remain undefeated.

Takeaways from the Game:

  • Senior and Louisville commit Eric van der Heijden continues to play at an extremely high level.  If you saw him last year, you can see a difference in his game this season. He is being very assertive on both ends of the floor, scoring inside and out extremely well, and love his energy on the boards. Also blocking a few shots.  The senior is putting up some impressive numbers this season and did so again.
  • The guard play was outstanding for Millbrook between Silas Demary Jr. and Chris Daniels. Combining for 36 points, 10 rebounds, 13 assists, and nine steals, the duo simply produced in a big way. Demary continues to attract the eyes with his natural scoring ability, getting downhill and creating for himself but Daniels is one that also deserves attention; underrated guard in the state of North Carolina but the stat line was impressive.
  • 2022 Dakota Gordon is an interesting guard to watch for Enloe.  He led the charge with 17 points and it wasn’t his best shooting night but this young man absolutely has a quick trigger, always ready to let it go.  He isn’t afraid to let it go and showcase his range