Posted On: 12/6/17 6:30 AM
A look at the top performances from Tuesday night’s big high school basketball games.
Enka HS junior guard Jake Smith had his first in-game dunk last week and last night he had his breakout scoring game. He dropped 46 points against Asheville High School in a win.
Sophomore guard Max Rogers continues to show he may be one of the best 2020’s in the area as he scored 25 points for Tuscola HS last night in a win over town rival Pisgah HS. Lane Kervin added 23 points in the win for The Mountaineers who were without Landon Henley, who averages 25 points and 15 rebounds.
Dakari Johnson 24 pts (5-8 for 3’s) & 6 rebounds and Silas Love with 14 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists, Elijah Davis-Harris with 16 for Hoke County HS tonight.
2019 guard Themus Fulks with 20 points and Satchel Hester had 19 points for North Davidson HS in a win tonight.
College of Charleston recruit Quan McCluney with 22 points, 6 Rebounds, 4 assists & 3 blocks for Gaston Day tonight.
Greensboro Day over Charlotte Chriatian 46-36. Clemson recruit John Newman III with 17 points & Tripp Greene with 14 points. Liberty Head Coach Ritchie McKay was in to see recruit Blake Preston (12 points).
Reynolds HS 2018 point guard Isaiah Pruett finished with 30 points tonight in a win over North Henderson HS. His 3rd 30+ game through 5 games.
In Page HS’s win over West Forsyth HS, Trent McIntyre had 19 points and 5 assists & Jahlen King scored 17 points last night.
Cooper Cunningham led Southwest Guilford HS with 26 & Christian Martin had 19 points in win over Northwest Guilford HS last night.
Elon recruit Andy Pack scored 21 points for Northern Guilford HS in a 57-52 win over Orange HS last night.
Carter Jernigan and Patrick Williams each scored 21 points for West Charlotte HS in a win over Lake Norman HS last night.
Zane Haglan scored 25 points and Demarcus Johnson had 13 points for Lake Norman HS last night against West Charlotte HS.
Anthony Hicks scored 17 points & Deante Petree scored 15 for North Forsyth HS in a win over Walkertown HS. 2020 Jalen Cone scored 15 to lead WHS.