Friday, March 7, 2014

First N.C. Private School All-Star games come to Providence Day Saturday

Providence Day will host the first N.C. private school all-star game Saturday. 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 McDonald's All-American Jatarie White of Providence Day's girls team.

The girls game tips at 1, followed by the boys at approximately 2:30. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for students and free for kids 8-and-under.

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 Christia

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/02/10/4682542/high-school-basketball-roundup.html#.UxpzmPldUbI#storylink=cpy

1 comments:

Hilary Kimbel said...

I have always wondered what it would be like to go to a private school. I'm sure it has it's advantages! How much would a private school usually cost? www.saintfrancisxavierschool.org