↑ Select 60: invitational-only exposure camp aims to bring 60 of the region’s top girls’ high school players to Queens University on March 22.
↑ Aliyah Mayzck, D.D. Rogers, Myers Park: honored during Monday’s 91-45 win against Garinger for scoring their 1,000th points. Rogers scored 22 points Monday; Mazyck had 12.
↑ Lake Norman Charter girls: 19-game win streak.
↑ Providence Day girls vs. Heathwood Hall, 6 p.m. Thursday: The contest will match Providence Day’s McDonald’s All-American Jatarie White against Heathwood Hall’s McDonald’s All-American A’Ja Wilson. White, 6-foot-4, is the top-ranked post player in the country according to ESPN. Wilson is the No. 1-ranked player overall and is uncommitted. White has signed with South Carolina.
↑ Rachel Camp, East Rutherford girls: Scored 31 points in Monday’s 76-49 win against R-S Central and 49 Friday against Crest. East Rutherford has won 18 straight games.
N.C. private school all-star game coming to Providence Day
Providence Day will host the first N.C. private school all-star game March 8. More than 100 players were nominated and a l committee selected 24 players for each game. The boys’ game will feature 14 players who have signed college scholarships. The girls’ game will have six scholarship players, including White of Providence Day.
East Boys: Lloyd Burgess, Christ School; Chris Corchiani, Ravenscroft; Justice Cuthbertson, Westchester Country Day; Jalen Jones, North Raleigh Christian; Logan McLane, Greenfield School; Joey McLean, High Point Christian; Adrian Rich, Village Christian; Bryan Rouse, Greensboro Day; Zane Waterman, Fayetteville Academy; Ashley Williams, Greenfield School; Jaron Withers, Fayetteville Academy; Alec Wnuk, Christ School
West Boys: Davon Bell, Northside; Colton Bishop, Forsyth Country Day; James Demery, Northside; Troy Henderson, Gaston Day; Andrew Howard, SouthLake Christian; Phillip Jewell, Cannon; Nehemiah Mabson, United Faith; Desean Murray, Northside; Rusty Reigel, Charlotte Latin; Jordan Watkins, Providence Day; Keyshawn Woods, Northside; Matthew Woods, Asheville Christian
East Girls: Haley Wood, Halifax Academy; Tori Harris, Trinity Christian; Anna Murr, Grace Christian; Caroline Spurr, Greensboro Day; Janae Dupree, Trinity Christian; Karinda Farrant, Grace Christian; Imani Atkinson, Greensboro Day; Lily-Anne Ronco, Durham Academy; Rebecca Banks, Cary Academy; Marta Miscenko, Northwood Temple; Katy Cook, MRCA; Ebony Zappone, Wesleyan Christian
West Girls: Morgan Franklin, Charlotte Christian; Ellen Montgomery, Cannon; Hannah Calloway, Carolina Day; Emma Pixley, Providence Day; Lauren Travis, Carolina Day; Hailey Manns, Covenant Day; Nikyah Morgan, Providence Day; Jayla Joyner, Hickory Grove; Hannah Griffin, Hickory Grove; Trinity Dunlap, Asheville Christian; Jatarie White, Providence Day; Alaina Cherry, Charlotte Christian
Monday’s top girls’ performers
Alex Busch, Lake Norman Charter: 13 points, 10 rebounds and three assists in a 60-35 win against Ashbrook.
Zhaira Brown, Hickory Ridge: 17 points, 16 rebounds in 62-53 win against Carson.
Michaela Daniels, Gaby Aleman, Providence: 17 points, six rebounds, five assists and three steals for Daniels and 17 points, six assists and two steals for Aleman in a 62-51 win vs. South Mecklenburg.
Rachel Hendershot, Bandys: 23 points, with 10-for-15 shooting, in an 84-17 win against West Lincoln. She had five assists, four steals and two blocks.
Kerstie Phills, Charlotte Christian: Daughter of former Charlotte Hornet Bobby Phills – and sister of Charlotte Christian star boys’ player Trey Phills – Kerstie had 20 points in a 55-46 win against rival Charlotte Latin. Latin’s Chanin Scott had 20 points.
Madi Suddreth, Alexander Central: 27 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals in a 57-37 win vs. West Iredell.
Chantel Williams, Mallard Creek: 21 points, seven rebounds, five assists and five steals for sophomore in 56-50 win against Robinson.
West Charlotte 64, A.L. Brown 51: Rachel Porter scored a game-high 16 points as the Lions beat Kannapolis Brown. Kalie Mayo had 12 points and Cierra Best added 10 for West Charlotte.
Weddington 39, Sun Valley 27: Weddington (20-3, 9-0) clinched the outright Southern Carolina 3A championship with its 10th straight win. Jada Craig led Weddington with 10 points.
Community School of Davidson 40, Highland Tech 37: Anna Lavella had 14 points in a tight win. Community School trailed by one going into the fourth quarter. Lavella also had 10 rebounds, her sixth double-double of the season.
Providence 62, South Meck 51: Providence’s Gaby Aleman and Michaela Daniels had 17 points each and Meghan Fleury added 14. South Meck’s Mary Quick made six 3-pointers and finished with 21 points.
Monday’s top boys’ performers
Devin Cooper, Steven Santa Ana, Ardrey Kell: Combined for 39 points in a 67-63 win against Charlotte Catholic.
Jerick Haynes, Crest: 26 points, 12 rebounds in 71-68 victory vs. Burns.
Zaqwan Matthews, Myers Park: 26 points, six rebounds, five assists in a 84-65 win against Garinger. Rayshawn Neal had 28 for the Wildcats.
Caleb Homesley, Porter Ridge: 23 points in 83-79 win against East Mecklenburg. Tryle Poindexter had 29 for the Eagles.
Ardrey Kell 67, Charlotte Catholic 63: Ardrey Kell (18-5, 11-2) stayed in contention for the SoMeck 8 4A championship with a narrow win. Evan Rust had 17 points for Catholic. Matt Milovic and Josh Brodowicz added 15 points each. Ardrey Kell trails Berry by one game in the league standings with one game to play. Berry beat West Meck 75-51 to secure at least a share of the league title.
Olympic 67, Harding 49: The Trojans got 25 points from CJ Jackson and 20 from Malik Constantine and set up Friday’s SoMeck 8 4A championship game with Berry.
Independence 57, Rocky River 52: The Patriots clinched at least a share of the Southwestern 4A championship. Tayon Glaeves led the Patriots with 18 points and seven rebounds. Independence can win the outright championship Friday against rival Butler. Patriots star Deion Lane fouled out and had no points and two rebounds.
Charlotte Latin 55, Charlotte Christian 53: Rusty Reigel scored 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Latin (17-7) beat Charlotte Christian (9-18), outscoring the Knights 16-11 during the fourth quarter. Charlotte Christian’s Trey Phills had 25 points.
Shelby 78, East Burke 49: Clemson recruit Gabe DeVoe had 25 points in an easy win. Mon’Darius Black added 15 points. Shelby limited East Burke to 14 points during the first half.
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