Kamil Chapman, Fort Mill Comenius: After scoring 53 points in Friday’s victory over Durham Mount Zion, he had 29 points, five assists and three rebounds against regional power Raleigh Word of God on Saturday. Chapman made six 3-point shots in the Word of God game.
Devon Dotson, Providence Day: Believed to be the fourth Charger in school history to score 1,500 points. Dotson passed the mark Tuesday with 33 points at Cannon School. He was honored before Friday’s victory over Charlotte Country Day, in which he finished with 27 points, 16 rebounds and three assists.
Johnny Heidt, Providence: Had 33 points on his Senior Night Tuesday against South Meck, making nine 3-point shots and scoring all but six of his team’s points. Bryant Thomas had 15 points, six blocks and five rebounds for South Meck.
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Wendell Moore, Cox Mill: Moore had 38 points and 12 rebounds, leading Cox Mill (18-6, 16-2) to a South Piedmont conference championship Friday in a victory over Carson.
Isaiah Salter, Central Cabarrus: Had a career-high and Cabarrus County record 49 points in a 97-71 victory over Northwest Cabarrus.
Sarah Billiard, Covenant Day: Battling bronchitis, Billiard got two breathing treatments Friday to be able to play on her Senior Night. She played about half of Friday’s victgry over Charlotte Christian. The Virginia volleyball recruit passed the 1,800-point mark for her career, finishing with 11 points, 18 rebounds, eight blocks and two steals.
Dazia Lawrence, Mallard Creek: Had season-high 37 points, eight rebounds and five steals in a 79-73 victory Friday over North Meck.
Karli Mason, Sun Valley: Made six 3-pointers Tuesday against Weddington and finished with a game-high 20 points in a 51-35 victory. Sun Valley (18-6, 8-2) won its first outright Southern Carolinas conference championship in 10 years.
Baylee Morton, Parkwood: In a 71-24 victory over Central Academy, Morton had 23 points, 20 rebounds and passed 1,000 points for her career.
Eboni Tinsley, East Lincoln: Had 32 points, five rebounds, five steals, five assists for Tinsley in a 70-66 victory over Maiden on her Senior Night on Tuesday.