Friday, February 12, 2010

High School Sports Video Yearbook

Welcome to the Observer's high school video yearbook. Here we'll keep a listing of all the videos we've done.

Ardrey Kell's Jack Reinheimer and Ryan Butler: Two of Ardrey Kell's top baseball players talk about the challenges to repeat as state champs. No Mecklenburg County team has ever done it in public school and with six college signees, the Knights have a real shot.

Ardrey Kell story

West Charlotte's Unstoppable JT Terrell: Scored 109 points in the I-MECK conference tournament and that conference is probably the toughest in the state. An up close look at the Wake Forest recruit who averages nearly 30 points per game for West Charlotte.

Terrell video
Terrell story

North Mecklenburg boys star Bernard Sullivan:
A can't miss kid since he was in middle school, Sullivan is averaging 20 points and 10 rebounds while being constantly double-teamed and juggling two fist fulls of college offers.
Sullivan story

East Mecklenburg boys star Jeremy Ingram: Ingram won a state title two years ago as a sophomore. Before the season began, he lost running mate Paris Roberts-Campbell, who transferred to United Faith and repeated his junior year. Ingram responded by averaging nearly 30 points for much of the season.
Jeremy Ingram video

Providence Day girls basketball star Tiffany Mitchell: Mitchell recovered from a serious ACL injury and is leading the Chargers in scoring not a full year after major surgery. The 5-11 sophomore has a wealth of major college offers.

Darmody's Stroke of Excellence: Providence High swimming brothers didn't lose a race in the regular season and helped the Panthers win regional and state titles.

West Charlotte's wrestling dynamic duo: Just before the conference tournaments, we caught up with a pair of Lions wrestlers with matching 33-4 records -- and state championship dreams.

Butler High girls basketball star Cierra Burdick: Committed to Tennessee before her junior season, Burdick is one of the nation's top 10 players in her class.

East Mecklenburg girls basketball player Monet Tellier: Always smiling, Tellier had led her team to the No. 1 ranking in the Observer's Sweet 16 poll when we visited her. She talked about signing with Virginia Tech and how badly she wants a state title.

United Faith boys basketball star Ian Miller: A top 40 player nationally, Miller has committed to Florida State. He said what got him to this point was hard work. Watch how he works out for two hours with former NBA star Muggsy Bogues before school.

Forsyth Country Day boys basketball star Tyler Lewis: A sophomore star point guard who is getting high major college attention.

Hopewell's Jordan Downing: Signed to Davidson, Downing has led Hopewell to the 2009-10 I-MECK conference championship.

National (Basketball) Treasures: At the start of the 2009-10 basketball season, Mecklenburg County was blessed with five players who were ranked in the top 100 nationally. We got United Faith's Ian Miller, Butler's Cierra Burdick, East Meck's Monet Tellier, West Charlotte's J.T. Terrell and Vance's Marquis Rankin in the same room -- and a big party broke out.


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