Hillcrest Prep 68
Moravian Prep 50

It was one of the highlight games of the night in North Myrtle Beach, as Hillcrest Prep made the long travel to take on Moravian Prep, with both teams having top-tier talent.  Hillcrest Prep’s size and ability to get out in transition ultimately was too much for Moravian Prep, but it was a fun one to watch.  Here are a few standouts from the game.

2020 6’4 Kyree Walker: Walker’s physical ability stands out immediately and he can light it up in so many ways.  Against Moravian, he was in attack mode, getting into the paint, playing big, and finishing strong.  People know about his scoring capabilities but he showcased he was a fierce competitor, shared the ball around with his teammates, and is just a physical force compared to other guards. Stats: 30 points, 4 rebounds

2020 6’6 Dalen Terry: Terry is a highly-touted recruit in his class, with several West Coast teams coming his way.  Even though he only scored seven points, one can easily see what attracts college coaches to him.  He is a 6’6, thin but skilled point guard; yes, a point guard.  His versatility is one that can have him impact the game in so many ways.  Scored if he wants, knocking down jumpers or getting to the rim with his length, rebounding, and dishing out assists.  He can be a triple-double threat.  Stats: 7 points

2019 6’5 Devan Cambridge: You may have already heard what Cambridge can do, but if you haven’t, one can describe it in one word… ATHLETIC.  He is a high-flyer all around the court, brings energy to the floor and team, defends, and excels in the open floor.  You can tell he loves to run the floor with his ability to fly and he has no issue of putting you on a poster. Stats: 7 points

2020 6’7 Dre Harris: Loved the big mans ability to be active on both ends of the floor in the paint.  Displayed a nice touch and finished all around the rim in the victory.  He made several key plays early on, helping secure a double-double. Stats: 13 points, 11 rebs

Moravian Prep

2020 6’7 Josh Hall: the team’s offense struggled with the size and athleticism of Hillcrest but Hall still displayed his ability to attack the rim and showcase his jumper.  It didn’t always fall but Hall looked to attack, especially in the second half.  Offense struggled overall for Moravian but Hall was the biggest contributor. Stats: 21 points, 7 rebs

2020 6’10 Javarzia Belton: The 6’10 big had a solid showing to start the game, finishing around rim with touch and finding openings, scoring wise.  He also battled on the boards, showcasing his strength.  It was tough in the second half with the up and down transition.  Overall though, he displayed what he does best down low and battled. Stats: 13 points, 9 rebs