Posted On: 12/22/17 8:16 PM
New Life Christian Sophomore Guard Reggie Walton: No matter who he plays against, you can fully expect this youngster to bring 100% and that was the case on Tuesday night vs CFCA. He scores the ball, get his team into their sets, and didn’t turn it over often. Finished with 18 points
New Life Christian Sophomore Wing Reggie Raynor: It looks as if he has turned the corner as far as being consistent with his play in the past weeks. Early in the game he knocked down shots from deep as well as finishing around the basket, the most impressive accomplishment was the 13 rebounds to go along with his 16 points.
Cape Fear Christian Senior Guard Isaiah Tatum: Although he did not have his best day shooting the ball, he still found ways to impact the game. He has a strong upper body and understands how to use his strength to draw fouls. Would finish with 20 points on the night.
New Life Christian Senior Wing Devantae Gathers: Finished with 17 points on the night, he’s an up-tempo style of player that makes his impact in transition. He plays the game with a chip on his shoulder and brings intensity on both ends of the floor.
New Life Christian Junior Forward Latrell Jones: If you’re looking for a player that’s not going to say much, and just gets the job done then Latrell is your guy. He has a smooth shooting stroke and good upper body strength, most importantly he plays within the flow of the team offense. Finished with 15 points.
Cape Fear Christian Junior Forward Marcus Owens: Marcus is another intriguing player, he can score the ball in various ways, has good length and upside. He shots a fairly high percentage by taking smart shots which is always a positive, add in his 6’5 height and he’s a player to keep an eye on.
New Life Christian Freshman Pharell Davis & Cape Fear Christian Freshman Guard Emmanuel Sepulveda: Both of these youngsters didn’t play a high amount of minutes but have potential to be very nice players before it’s all said and done. Getting this time on the floor at an early age will only benefit them as they continue to mature physically.