Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Tuesday's Top High School Basketball Performers

Jalen White, Kennedy Charter: 14 assists and eight steals in 92-53 win over Durham’s Kestral Heights.
Robert Champion, Charlotte Catholic: 32 points in 75-67 win over East Gaston.
Devonte Boykins, East Rutherford: 25 points, 11 rebounds and four assists in a win over rival Shelby.
Sharee’ Boyd, Hopewell girls: 25 points in the Titans’ 50-40 win over Vance. Vance’s Diamond Foggie had 23 points and six rebounds.
Kierra Davis, Victory Christian girls: 18 points, 14 rebounds against Gaston Day.
Raven Dean, Ardrey Kell girls: 21 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and three steals in 60-46 win over Ardrey Kell.
J.J. Douglas, Kennedy Charter: 20 points, eight rebounds, three steals, three assists against Kestral Heights. B.J. Gladden (19 points, eight rebounds) and Donte’ Clark (20 points, five assists, four rebounds, three steals) also had big games.
Onya Edwards, Charlotte Catholic girls: 15 points, 13 rebounds and five steals in 54-46 win over East Gaston. Sophie Rossitch had 17 points and six steals and Laura Haney had nine points, six rebounds and four steals on Senior Night.
Matthew Fisher-Davis, Charlotte Christian: 20 points in 67-65 win over Charlotte Latin to give his team at least a share of the CISAA championship on a night when Clemson recruit Patrick Rooks sat out for personal reasons. Rooks, a 6-3 junior guard, will miss Thursday's game at Hickory Grove and Friday's Senior Night home game with Country Day.
Sandra Knox, East Meck girls: 20 points, nine rebounds, three steals, two assists in 54-50 loss to Providence. Providence’s Alexandra Mayo had 19 points.
Jalen Littlejohn, Lincolnton: Scored his 1,000th career point Tuesday.
Nehemiah Mabson, United Faith: 17 points, 10 rebounds in 102-53 win over Statesville Christian. Teammates Braxton Ogbueze (22 points, eight assists, three rebounds, two steals) and Peter Jurkin (16 points, 11 rebounds, four steals) also had solid games.
Ezzinne Mbamalu, Lake Norman Charter girls: 13 points, 18 rebounds, six blocks in 57-38 loss to North Lincoln. Antaijah Easter had 22 for North Lincoln.
Emmanuel Patton, Harding: 22 points, six reoubnds, five steals in 64-46 win over Garinger. Harding played without star guard Jarvis Haywood, who violated a school rule Tuesday. Haywood will miss Friday’s game with Berry -- which could be for a playoff berth -- and Harding’s first ME-GA 7 conference tournament game next Monday.
Rachel Porter, West Charlotte girls: 23 points, three rebounds, four steals, two assists in 65-59 loss to Mallard Creek. Teammate Gabrielle McClain had 15 points, 10 rebounds, four assists.
Milan Quinn, Berry girls: Game-high 21 points in 63-29 win over Olympic.
Jalen Sanders, SouthLake Christian: 22 points in a 62-61 win over Metrolina Christian. Sanders, a 5-9 sophomore guard, hit two free throws with five seconds left to win the game.
Jordan Strode, Hickory Ridge girls: 25 points in 59-55 win over Concord. St. Joseph’s recruit set a new school single-season scoring record.
Sindarius Thornwell, Lancaster: 33 points, including six 3-pointers, in 76-53 win over Rock Hill. Lancaster made 16 3-point shots.
Patrick Wallace, Myers Park: 19 points, five assists in 68-67 over Independence.
Jordan Watkins, Providence Day: 28 points, six rebounds in 74-71 win over Country Day for the 6-foot sophomore, including a 35-foot buzzer beater to end the game.
Shivaughn Wiggins, North Mecklenburg: 21 points, nine assists, five rebounds in 81-60 win over Mooresville. Josh Stepoli (17 points, eight rebounds, four assists) and Akil Arnett (17 points) also had strong games.


Anonymous said...

South Meck's Carrington (KT) Kirkpatrick had 28 and 22 in his last two games. Let's give the SouthwesternW4A Champs some love