Luke Maye, Hough basketball: What a week Maye had: 20 points, 13 rebounds in a win over 4A power Vance on Monday, then 28 points and 27 rebounds including 5-for-8 on 3-point shots Wednesday at McDowell. Then he topped it off with a beautiful 19-point, 14-rebound performance to help deliver the schools biggest-ever win, a 61-52 upset at West Charlotte on Friday to send Hough to its first regional.
Gabe DeVoe, Shelby basketball: 37 points, 11 assists in Fridays 90-78 win over East Burke that sent Shelby to the regional round for the sixth time in eight seasons.
Abrea Harris, Harding girls basketball: Recently moved back to Charlotte and rejoined her old team. She had 19 points, seven rebounds and six assists Monday against Central Cabarrus, then 28 points and four assists against Southwest Randolph on Wednesday. She topped it off Friday against Carson with 15 points, 11 rebounds, four steals and three assists.
Jordan Hines, Charlotte United Christian basketball: Scored 19 points to go with 12 rebounds in a 50-41 win over Carolina Christian on Friday that delivered his schools first Charlotte Area Christian Athletic Association conference championship.
Matt Grimmett, East Gaston baseball: Pitched a perfect game in a 3-0 season-opening win against Hunter Huss last week. Grimmett, a four-year varsity player struck out nine and allowed no hits, no walks and his team had no errors.
Logan Redmond, Olympic baseball: Threw a one-hitter Thursday to help his team beat Forestview 9-1. Redmon had 12 strikeouts.
Langston Wertz Jr.