↑West Charlotte at North Mecklenburg, Wednesday: Time Warner will broadcast this rivalry statewide on TWC SportsChannel. Coverage will begin with the girls’ game at 6 p.m.
↑South Piedmont 3A: Three boys’ teams ranked in the Observer’s Sweet 16: No. 4 Concord, No. 5 Concord Robinson and No. 12 Cox Mill.
↑Mallard Creek girls: Mavericks (17-1, 6-0 MECKA 4A), No. 2 in the Sweet 16, have won five straight.
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Monday’s key game
Covenant Day at Providence Day, 5 p.m.: The No. 1 Chargers girls (17-2, 3-0 CISAA) lead Charlotte Christian (12-6, 2-1), Charlotte Latin (13-5, 2-1) and Covenant Day (12-5, 2-1) by one game. Covenant Day has won two straight and hunts a big upset. The No. 1 Chargers boys (20-3, 3-0) have won 10 straight and lead the CISAA by one game over Cannon, Charlotte Latin and Covenant Day (11-5, 2-1), which looks to spring a big upset.
Note: With most public school systems out of school, most games will be postponed.
Charlotte United Christian at Kennedy Charter (Boys only)
Covenant Day at Providence Day
Indian Land (S.C.) at Cheraw (S.C.)
Mountain Island Charter at Thomas Jefferson Academy
Wesleyan Christian at SouthLake Christian