Two girls basketball state champions will play a high-profile scrimmage Saturday at Providence Day as part of the Chargers’ annual girls basketball “Super Saturday” scrimmage.
Games begin at 8:30 a.m. with games on three courts simultaneously.
At 12:40 p.m., Providence Day will face Myers Park. Providence Day won the N.C. Independent Schools 3A state title last season. Myers Park won the N.C. 4A state championship last season.
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- Charlotte United Christian and United Faith won their regular-season openers Thursday. Charlotte United Christian beat Mount Mission 66-64 behind 14 points and two steals from Kryan McClure, 17 points from Reggie Smith and 14 points, four rebounds and two assists from All-Mecklenburg wing Mike Baez.
- United Faith beat Fort Mill’s Comenius School 69-50 behind 24 points and three blocks from Ben Bennett. Sophomore Nilous Hodge led Comenius with 17.
- Olympic is hosting a six-team scrimmage Saturday at 9 a.m. Teams are Butler, Berry, Cuthbertson, Charlotte Catholic, Parkwood and South Meck. It will host another Nov. 15 with Berry, Clover, South Pointe, Lake Norman and Mount Tabor.
- Victory Christian will host a multi-team scrimmage Saturday at 11 a.m. Admission is $5. Schedule:
Kennedy Charter vs. Gaston Day, 11 a.m.; Princeton Hall vs. Rocky
River, noon; Gaston Day vs. Crossroads Charter, 1 p.m.; Victory
Christian vs. Rocky River, 2; Princeton vs. Kennedy Charter, 3;
Crossroads vs. Victory, 4; Rocky River vs Kennedy, 5; Princeton Hall vs.