Legacy Early College 84
Canyon International Academy 74
Legacy: Travelle Bryson 20pts, Deston Christian 18pts, Adrian Shackleton 16pts
CIA: Jaion Pitt 18pts, Amier Ali 17pts, Andre Urosevic 11pts
2024 Travelle Bryson (LEC): Bryson led the charge for LEC, continuing to showcase his ability to knock down shots with range. He finished in the game going 7-for-14 overall, but going 6-for-10 from behind the arc. Shoots the ball with confidence.
2024 Destin Christian (LEC): The 6’6 forward continues to bring production for his team. He can be an effective option down around the basket but also step out and be a good presence on the boards for his team.
2025 Jaion Pitt (CIA): Pitt is one that we have highlighted before with his activity and impact in various ways, as he did just that in this game in leading the charge for CIA. He finished with 18 points, going 7-for-12 from the floor and securing 10 rebounds.
St. Francis 58
Gray Collegiate 44
Francis: Nigel Walls 31pts, O’Marion Harvey 6pts
Gray: Braylhan Thomas 15pts, Tyquan McDuffie 12pts
2025 Nigel Walls (Francis): Walls had a strong opening day but backed that up with an impressive showing, going for 31 points to lead his team in a big way. Walls was off the charts, using his size but showing just how comfortable he is from so many levels. He finished with 5 3-pointers but was scoring from all levels.
2024 Braylhan Thomas (Gray Collegiate): Thomas is known for his scoring and he led the charge for Gray Collegiate in this game with 15 points. He was able to create and make plays happen for his team, as he finished 5-for-15 from the floor and 5-for-8 from the line.
Ridge View 72
Sunrise Christian 65
RV: Jayden Pretty 21pts, Korie Corbett 19pts, Joshua Smith 11pts
SR: David Castillo 20pts, Jeremiah Green 17pts, Kany Tchanda 9pts
2024 Jayden Pretty (Ridge View): We have talked about Pretty a ton over the years, and this might be a wake-up call to all with his 21pt, 9reb performance. Pretty continues to show the competitor in him, and his understanding of just how to produce; physical, strong finisher, and terrific in the post.
2026 Korie Corbett (Ridge View): Corbett had another strong showing, as his offense really got going but he also showed his versatility and impact on both ends of the court. He scored the ball effectively, but also displayed his athleticism on the boards and defensive presence.
2024 David Castillo (Sunrise): The Kansas State commit was the leader of his team on Day 2, leading the charge with 20 points. He was the most consistent offensive presence on the court, stretching the court with his perimeter shot but also creating really well.