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The second consecutive weekend of the June Live period was down in Concord, North Carolina this weekend, Cannon School was the site and they welcomed this talented field of teams into a highly competitive atmosphere.Concord, North Carolina- Saturday I was locked in on the action at Cannon school covering the second weekend of the NCISAA Summer Showcase, the day started off with an offensive...read more
Check out highlights from Dice Royster, a 6’4″ 8th grade who currently attends Wesleyan Christian Academy. Royster was named to the All-Camp this past weekend as he displayed a relentless defensive motor. The prospect has a chance to develop into something special if he keeps...read more
Wake Forest closed out non conference play in style vs the Cornell Big Red last night, the Deacs have been up and down this season but the new year may bring new fortunes. Winston Salem, North Carolina- Wake played a complete team game on both ends, tie dye nation came out with a noticeable sense of urgency. There was a lot of hype around this freshmen class, and the versatility Wake...read more
Transfers have become a big part of off season chatter in recent years with prep hoops news adapting the year round model. Every season we see a host of prospects swap jerseys for various reasons in search of new opportunities, or sometimes to rekindle old success of the past. This year is no different so I have taken on the responsibility of catching you up on some of the latest changes and...read more
Winston Salem, North Carolina- Harry Giles is a name that rings bells throughout the Triad, the Sacramento Kings forward was a prep superstar with Wesleyan Christian and Team CP3 in the Tre-4. It’s no secret Giles has battled his share of hardships and setbacks on the court, but it seems now he’s on track to become the player we all knew Giles could be. Lead reporter Brandon Blakney...read more
6’5” Corey Rutherford High Point Havoc (Winston Salem Prep) Possibly no one in the event turned more heads than Rutherford. The shooting guard did just that, as he shot his way to 19 3s on Championship Sunday through his 3 games played. He averaged 26 points for the event, including a game high of 39 on 9 made 3s. This season, playing for State Champion Winston Salem Prep he shot 43% from 3, so...read more
The NCISAA tournament is one of the most talked about state tournaments across the region. Without fail there are 2-4 nationally ranked teams who are battling for state titles throughout the three classifications. Also, without fail, there are numerous highly ranked national level kids participating. By the time it gets down to the Final Fours of each classification, every team has “a dude” and...read more