Hickory Ridge 70 – Central Cabarrus 28

HR: MaKaela Gidney 15pts, 6stls/ Sheree Gidney 11pts, 8stls/ Amya Leathers 8pts, 4rebs, 4asts
CC: Daniyah Burton 8pts, 10rebs, Shelby Cruz 9pts, 7rebs


2026 MaKaela Gidney (HR): Gidney led the charge offensively for her team, not only showing her comfort level from behind the arc as she hit multiple threes early on but also created off the dribble and moved well without the ball to score. She made a tremendous impact though on both sides, racking up six steals and being a strong two-way presence.

2025 Daniyah Burton (CC): Burton Burton was a consistent presence in a variety of ways for her team, whether it was being a scoring option as well as filling up the stat sheet on the boards. She nearly finished with a double-double for her team.

United Faith 78 – Rabun Gap 48

UFCA: DJ Boyce 15pts/ Will Brown 13pts, 4asts/ JD Bowden 10pts, 10asts, 4stls/ Isaiah Sutherland 11pst, 10ebs, 4blks
Rabun: Rares Trandafir 21pts, 9rebs/ Andria Siamashvilli 13pts, 5rebs, 2asts


2026 Rares Trandafir (Rabun Gap): A rising young big to really watch out for, Trandafir opened plenty of eyes with his skillset and potential as a big man. Fluid feel, runs the floor well, moves well without the ball, excels in stepping out from mid-range and three, but also can attack the rim and finish strong.

2024 Isaiah Sutherland (UFCA): It was a balanced attack overall for this team, but I liked what I saw from Sutherland. I believe he could be a great steal for a program, as he is embracing well being a force around the basket, continuing to flourish as an athletic forward, and bringing a nice presence on both sides of the ball. Finished with a strong double-double.

Covenant Day 63 – Davidson Day 49

CD: Elijah Green 16pts/ Patrick Penosky 13pts/ Tyree White 9pts, 9rebs, 8asts
DD: Isaiah Denis 19pts, 3rebs/ Mason Smith 14pts, 2rebs\


2025 Tyree White (Cov Day): White nearly finished with a triple-double in this game, as he filled up the stat sheet and made his presence felt all over. Scoring and finishing strong, making plays off the bounce but finding ways to create opportunities for himself as well as others. He plays bigger than listed and attacks the glass. Impressive showing from the guard.

2025 Isaiah Denis (DD): Denis continues to flourish as an athletic guard who can get to his spots, rise above and finish strong at the rim, display tremendous bounce and athleticism as well as a quick first step, and is comfortable in rising over defenders to knock down shots. Led the charge on Day 2 for his team.

Mooresville 58 – Concord 46

Moore: AJ Parsley 10pts, 4asts, 2rebs/ Christian Wilson 9pts/ Dylan Leuthardt 4pts, 12rebs
Concord: Judah Freeman 13pts, 3stls/ Jadah Freeman 12pts/ Jeremiah Howard 12pts, 10rebs


2024 Jeremiah Howard (Concord): Howard was a physical presence all game long for his team, using his size to carve out space, being strong down in the paint, embracing contact, and really looking to body up defensively and on the boards. He finished with a double-double, showing his overall presence down in the paint.

2024 AJ Parsley (Mooresville): Parsley is the definition of a point guard and a team-first pe of guy; he loves to do the little things for his team on both ends of the court, strapping up defensively on the ball, creating off the dribble and showing his quickness, and doing a nice job in setting up his teammates but also taking advantage of scoring opportunities.

Weddington 81 – Gaston Christian 78

Wedd: Grant Hamilton 37pts, 7rebs, 3asts/ KJ Younger 21pts, 11rebs/ Quinn Vaughn 9pts
GC: Gabriel Mabor 24pts, 10rebs/ Cameron Newman 21pts, 5rebs, 7asts/ Joe Rhyne 18pts

2024 Grant Hamilton (Weddington): What a steal for Roanoke, as Hamilton put on an absolute show. He continues to show that he is an elite shot-maker here in North Carolina, hitting 7 3-pointers for his team with a ton of confidence and range, but also created his own shot inside extremely well. High IQ creator and scorer.

2026 Cameron Newman (Gaston): Newman flourishes once again on the big stage, as the young point guard knows how to perform in the bright lights. So smooth with tremendous pace, confident from the perimeter, strong creator that doesn’t force, and scrappy in rebounding and also dishing well to teammates.

Forsyth Country Day 57 – The Burlington School 52

FCDS: Bobby Cannon 24pts, 5rebs/ Q Williams 14pts, 4asts/ Jahon Foster 9pts, 7rebs
TBS: Zion Walker 29pts, 5bs/ Jordan Durham 8pts, 5rebs/ Cam Flippen 7pts, 5rebs


2024 Bobby Cannon (FCDS): Cannon continues to lead the way and play at a high level, proving that New Orleans to themselves a good one coming in. Whether it is operating and knocking down shots from outside, finishing over defenders in the paint, or running the floor on offense or defense to make plays, Cannon has been making plays all over the court and did so on Day 2.

2024 Zion Walker (TBS): The proven leader once again, TBS was looking to give him the ball and allow Walker to simply make plays; that he did. Strong, attacking guard that does an excellent job in finding ways to get to the line but also hit tough shot after tough shot. He finished with a game-high 29 points.

Carmel Christian 78 – Concord Academy 75

CA: Sean Birmingham 22pts, 3rebs/ Jake Benham 14pts, 6rebs/ Sherod McCormick 14pts
CC: Kameron Taylor 28pts, 10rebs, 5asts/ Chandler Kennedy 19pts/ Bryce Slay 13pts\


2024 Sean Birmingham (CA): Birmingham continues to flourish in his ability to make plays and knock down shots from a variety of levels, displaying smooth and confidence with his game. He does a great job in mixing it up on the court, getting to his spots, displaying a fluid release, and making shots off the bounce.

2024 Kameron Taylor (CC): What else can be said about Taylor’s game that hasn’t been said before. He is the definition of consistency for this team, producing in a variety of ways, scoring at the rim as well as knocking down shots. He continues to flourish and have a big year for his team. Double-double machine so far this year.

Central Cabarrus 81 – Hickroy Ridge 37

CC: Carson Daniel 23pts, 9asts/ Desmond Kent 16pts, 7blks/ Emari Russell 20pts, 5stls
HR: Tyzher Dyer 13pts/ Caden Haywood 9pts


2025 Emari Russell (CC): Russell is one that understands his role but brings a ton of production to the table for his team. He is a scrappy and crafty guard that knows how to create and get downhill, finishing well, but also makes so many unselfish plays for his team. He can be an absolute pest as well defensively for this team.