Saturday, March 27, 2010

Carolina Challenge highlights

More than 80 of the state's best 9th, 10th and 11th grade basketball players participated in the Dave Telep Carolinas Challenge in Raleigh Saturday. Here are some recaps of the day's action:

SESSION III:


RANDOLPH 121, JAMISON 107 Team Randolph ran through Bishop Daniels (15 first half points on 6-7 shooting) and Tony Kimbro (nine first half points) to pull out to a 55-50 halftime lead. Three straight threes by Kimbro widened the gap considerably, and then the game belonged to Bernard Sullivan for Team Randolph and Jervon Pressley for Team Jamison. Bishop Daniels tied the day’s high scoring game, finishing with 27. IMPACT PLAYERS: JR Bishop Daniels (Randolph), JR Tony Kimbro (Randolph), FR Greg McClinton (Jamison), JR Jervon Pressley (Jamison)


STACKHOUSE 84, HAYWOOD 67 Team Stackhouse moved to 1-2 as Team Haywood fell to 0-3 in a ragged game. Jacoby Davis led Team Stackhouse in scoring with 16, followed by Dezmine Wells and Paris Roberts-Campbell with 11 each. Team Haywood’s leading scorers were Donta Harper with 14, Anton Gill with 12, and Chris Wilson with 11. IMPACT PLAYERS: JR Chris Wilson (Haywood), FR Anton Gill (Haywood), JR Jacoby Davis (Stackhouse), JR Paris Roberts-Campbell (Stackhouse)


WEST 113, CURRY 92 Team West dominated from start to finish in their final game. Anthony Gill ran the floor and finished well, ending up with 23 points for Team West. He was aided by an easy 20 from T.J. Warren. Team Curry was led by quick guard Madison Jones, who finished with 18, sharpshooter Xavier Griffin, who finished with 16, and P.J. Hairston, who nearly tore the rim off multiple times with powerful slams. IMPACT PLAYERS: P.J. Hairston (Curry), Madison Jones (Curry), Anthony Gill (West), T.J. Warren (West)


PAUL 84, HOWARD 81 In a surprisingly active late game, Team Paul won in a tight finish over Team Howard. Ever productive point guard Tyler Lewis tossed in 15 points, while Quincy Miller added 13 including a huge late three pointer to keep Team Howard alive. Team Paul was led in scoring by freshman JaQuel Richmond with 16 and active forward Jackson Simmons with 14. IMPACT PLAYERS: Tyler Lewis (Howard), Quincy Miller (Howard), JaQuel Richmond (Paul), Jackson Simmons (Paul)



SESSION II:

PAUL 103, STACKHOUSE 70 Dezmine Wells opened the game for Team Stackhouse with a fast break dunk, and the rest of the game saw countless other fast breaks. Team Paul saw Jackson Simmons score effectively on the interior and Tyquan Roberts from outside the arc. Team Paul’s Marquis Rankin brought it again in the second session, and this time he found his three-point shot, too. Joseph Uchebo was strong on the boards and Keith Bellfield played a solid all around game in a Team Paul rout.
IMPACT PLAYERS: JR Marquis Rankin (Paul), JR Tyquan Roberts (Paul), JR Dezmine Wells (Stackhouse), JR Jacoby Davis (Stackhouse)

JAMISON 90, HAYWOOD 70 Team Jamison moved to 2-0 and Team Haywood dropped to 0-2 after this blowout. Defender extraordinaire Reggie Dillard again led his team in scoring, this time with 20, closely followed by Michael Neal with 17 and Jordan Robertson with 13. Big man Anthony Williams led Team Haywood with 12 points and provided strong rebounding, while Donta Harper added 11 and point guard Chris Wilson put up 10. Jacquise Moore impressed with his passing for Team Haywood.
IMPACT PLAYERS: SO Reggie Dillard (Jamison), JR Michael Neal (Jamison), JR Anthony Williams (Haywood), JR Chris Wilson (Haywood)

HOWARD 97, CURRY 96 The first half ended with Team Howard leading, 54-49. P.J. Hairston and Tyrek Coger led the way for Team Curry and were matched by Josh Newkirk, Quincy Miller, and Kevin Thomas from Team Howard. Montrezl Harrell missed just one shot on his way to a Team Curry-high 19 points. The game had the block of the day (Worth Smith rejecting a potentially enormous dunk) and the pass of the day (Tyler Lewis faking behind the back one way and then sending it behind the back the other way). And after the highlight reel, the game was tight, ending on a Tyler Lewis feed to Kevin Thomas for the final basket with 10 seconds left.
IMPACT PLAYERS: SO Tyler Lewis (Howard), JR Quincy Miller (Howard), JR P.J. Hairston (Curry), SO Montrezl Harrell (Curry)

WEST 123, RANDOLPH 107 Team West advanced to 1-1 after cruising over Team Randolph, who fell to 0-2. Team West big man Julius Hamilton set a new camp high in single game points with 27, highlighted by an array of jump hooks. Teammate Terry Whisnant became the first player in camp to hit as many as five made three pointers on his way to 21 points. Team Randolph was led in scoring by Tabarris Hamilton with 19, Travion Leonard with 17, Tony Kimbro with 16, and James Milliken with 15.
IMPACT PLAYERS: JR Tabarris Hamilton (Randolph), JR Travion Leonard (Randolph), SO Julius Hamilton (West), JR Terry Whisnant (West)

SESSION II STATS
1 2 3 AVG TOP 5 GAMES
83 Julius Hamilton 14 27 20.5 1. Julius Hamilton G2, 27
24 Bishop Daniels 25 13 19.0 2. Bishop Daniels G1, 25
54 Terry Whisnant 16 21 18.5 3. P.J. Hairston G1, 23
75 P.J. Hairston 23 13 18.0 T4. Dezmine Wells G1, 21
33 Reggie Dillard 15 20 17.5 T4. Terry Whisnant G2, 21
50 Quincy Miller 19 15 17.0
55 Tony Kimbro 18 16 17.0
88 Tyrek Coger 16 18 17.0
34 Jackson Simmons 18 15 16.5
7 Michael Neal 14 17 15.5
53 Tyquan Roberts 13 17 15.0
56 Kevin Thomas 12 18 15.0
30 T.J. Warren 19 10 14.5
51 Tabarris Hamilton 10 19 14.5
82Quayshad Williams 18 11 14.5
14 Josh Newkirk 16 12 14.0
25 Terrence Williams 19 9 14.0
10 Dezmine Wells 21 6 13.5
5 Tyler Lewis 14 12 13.0
99 Travion Leonard 9 17 13.0
15 Braxton Ogbueze 13 12 12.5
61 Jacob Lawson 13 12 12.5
72 Deion Robinson 13 12 12.5
11 Marquis Rankin 12 12 12.0
42 Tyler Poole 11 13 12.0
43 Keith Bellfield 16 8 12.0
52 Ike Nwamu 16 8 12.0
32 Shawn Lester 16 7 11.5
44 Montrezl Harrell 4 19 11.5
48 Jacoby Davis 14 9 11.5
19 Allerik Freeman 11 11 11.0
29 Carlton Ford 14 8 11.0
21 Anton Gill 15 6 10.5
40 Anthony Gill 12 9 10.5
66 Chris Wilson 10 10 10.0
31 Tony Menton 7 12 9.5
38Demarcus Harrison 6 13 9.5
95 Kennedy Meeks 10 9 9.5
2 James Milliken 3 15 9.0
6 Jacquise Moore 15 3 9.0
12 Rob Gray 9 9 9.0
28 Quinton Ray 12 6 9.0
36 Donta Harper 7 11 9.0
45 Bernard Sullivan 8 10 9.0
57 Jordan Robertson 10 8 9.0
64 Marcus Bryan 11 7 9.0
90 Joseph Uchebo 10 8 9.0
13 Terry Henderson 15 2 8.5

SESSION I
PAUL 103, HAYWOOD 101 Team Paul started out in control of the game, jumping out to a double digit lead early. In the first few minutes of the second quarter, though, Team Haywood cut it back to three before seeing Team Paul gradually pull back ahead to a 45-35 halftime lead. Terrence Williams sparked a comeback from Team Haywood, cutting the deficit to one by the six minute mark of the third quarter. Marquis Rankin and Shawn Lester got into an explosive scoring battle for the first half of the last quarter, with Williams joining in at the end. When John Cannon hit an and-1 to take the lead for Team Haywood for the first time, Jackson Simmons countered quickly with a basket. Keith Bellfield broke a 101-101 tie with a jumper with 18 seconds left to get Team Paul the victory. IMPACT PLAYERS: JR Terrence Williams (Haywood), SO Shawn Lester (Haywood), JR Marquis Rankin (Paul), JR Jackson Simmons (Paul)
JAMISON 98, STACKHOUSE 89 Team Jamison moved to 1-0 with a first session victory over Team Stackhouse. Team Stackhouse wing Dezmine Wells led all scorers with 21 points, followed by teammate Ike Nwamu with 16. Reggie Dillard, hailed by Dave Telep in the introductory speech as the “best wing defender in the state of North Carolina,” found some offense as well, leading the winning Team Jamison in scoring with 15. Team Jamison’s Jacob Lawson flashed his athleticism with the dunk of the morning. IMPACT PLAYERS: JR Dezmine Wells (Stackhouse), JR Jacoby Davis (Stackhouse), JR Jacob Lawson (Jamison), SO Reggie Dillard (Jamison)
HOWARD 131, WEST 113 Tyler Lewis and Quincy Miller led Team Howard to a 35-point first quarter and a seven point lead. Miller exited the game to open the second quarter, but Lewis stayed in and utterly dominated with his electric passing. Then Miller tossed in two more threes and scored 11 first half points on the way to a 68-55 Team Howard lead. Lewis and Miller kept up the attack, but the lead stayed around ten due to lights out shooting from Terry Whisnant and effortless scoring from T.J. Warren and Braxton Ogbueze. Miller finished with a team-high 19 including an absolutely thunderous dunk down the stretch. IMPACT PLAYERS: JR Quincy Miller (Howard), SO Tyler Lewis (Howard), SO Braxton Ogbueze (West), SO T.J. Warren (West)
CURRY 111, RANDOLPH 98 North Carolina commit P.J. Hairston put on a show with 23 points, including two deep three pointers, in leading Team Curry to a 13-point win. Quayshad Williams added 18 and Tyrek Coger contributed 16 for Team Curry. Bishop Daniels led all first session scorers with 25 for Team Randolph in a loss, impressing onlookers with his powerful dunks. Team Randolph’s Tony Kimbro was the standout shooter of the contest, hitting four of six from beyond the arc on his way to 18 points. IMPACT PLAYERS: JR P.J. Hairston (Curry), FR Tyrek Coger (Curry), JR Bishop Daniels (Randolph), JR Tony Kimbro (Randolph)


1 23 AVG
24 Bishop Daniels 25 25.0
75 P.J. Hairston 23 23.0
10 Dezmine Wells 21 21.0
25 Terrence Williams 19 19.0
30 T.J. Warren 19 19.0
50 Quincy Miller 19 19.0
34 Jackson Simmons 18 18.0
55 Tony Kimbro 18 18.0
82Quayshad Williams 18 18.0
14 Josh Newkirk 16 16.0
32 Shawn Lester 16 16.0
43 Keith Bellfield 16 16.0
52 Ike Nwamu 16 16.0
54 Terry Whisnant 16 16.0
88 Tyrek Coger 16 16.0
6 Jacquise Moore 15 15.0
13 Terry Henderson 15 15.0
21 Anton Gill 15 15.0
33 Reggie Dillard 15 15.0
5 Tyler Lewis 14 14.0
7 Michael Neal 14 14.0
29 Carlton Ford 14 14.0
48 Jacoby Davis 14 14.0
83 Julius Hamilton 14 14.0
15 Braxton Ogbueze 13 13.0
53 Tyquan Roberts 13 13.0
61 Jacob Lawson 13 13.0
72 Deion Robinson 13 13.0
11 Marquis Rankin 12 12.0
20 Anthony Stitt 12 12.0
28 Quinton Ray 12 12.0
40 Anthony Gill 12 12.0
56 Kevin Thomas 12 12.0
19 Allerik Freeman 11 11.0
22 Madison Jones 11 11.0
42 Tyler Poole 11 11.0
64 Marcus Bryan 11 11.0
65 Evan Hymes 11 11.0
16 Xavier Griffin 10 10.0
27 Patrick Rooks 10 10.0
51 Tabarris Hamilton 10 10.0
57 Jordan Robertson 10 10.0
66 Chris Wilson 10 10.0
77 Marshall Plumlee 10 10.0
90 Joseph Uchebo 10 10.0
95 Kennedy Meeks 10 10.0
12 Rob Gray 9 9.0
23 Freddie Jackson 9 9.0

1 comments:

support said...

Here's some video of Greg McClinton:

Greg McClinton Scouting Report Video