Thursday, February 2, 2012

Kennedy Charter adds game with national No. 1 Oak Hill Academy

Kennedy Charter has added a game at national power Oak Hill Friday Feb. 24. Kennedy Charter (15-2), which averages an Observer-area best 93.4 points per game, has won four straight games and has four double figure scorers: Javonte’ Douglas (17.4), Donte’ Clark (15.1), Jalen White (13.3) and B.J. Gladden (10.2). Each one is a junior Division I recruit.

Oak Hill, which features N.C. State recruit and Statesville native Tyler Lewis, at point guard, is 32-0 and ranked No. 1 nationally by ESPN and USA Today.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

where is the game being played?

Anonymous said...

Oak Hill by 25+.

Anonymous said...

Great job Addie! If your team wins this game, it's a wrap. I know how good of a coach and leader you are, however it's time for the rest of the Carolina's and country to see this. Don't ever forget where you came from. Great job!

Anonymous said...

Seen Kennedy play. They are un disciplined and overrated. Davidson Day and Northside Chriistian both beat them because they are well coached and play team basketball.

Anonymous said...

A wrap?? What's a wrap? This guy has done nothing but assemble a bunch of talented athletes. When you watch them play it is apparent that they are "just playing". No real structure to anything that they are doing. Looks a lot like summer AAU ball. The difference between an Oak Hill and Kennedy Charter is that Oak Hill is actually coached and exhibit some structure to their offense and defense.

Anonymous said...

Joke

Anonymous said...

Kennedy Charter is a very talented team and yes they are undisciplined. But dont forget this is the first year they're playing together and are mostly just playing on instinct. If they all come back next year they will really be difficult to handle. Thats my unbiased opinion. Being a parent of a West Meck player, it hurts my heart that 4 individuals on Kennedy, all of whom would be starters for west Meck, are transfers from 2-18 West Meck (two starters)I dont like how they depleted our team.
I hope this is not the future of high school basketball in the carolinas.

Anonymous said...

Not defending KC, but its not the school's fault that those kids and the parents chose to go to KC. Obviously something was going (or not going on) at WM that made the kids transfer. Nowadays, the kids have too many options. When they are challenged by a coach, they and their parents go running to a new school. But again, not the receiving schools fault. I don't like all the moving around but ultimately it is a parent's choice.