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Nick Stevens

Nick Stevens

Nick Stevens, a Raleigh native, is the senior editor of Nick has covered high school sports for WRAL since 2006, and helped create what is now In his blog, Nick provides insight and analysis on area high school sports teams, players and topics. He also provides his opinion on numerous issues surrounding high school sports. Follow Nick on Twitter @NickStevensHSOT. You can contact Nick by clicking here or by sending an e-mail to

Think You're The Next J.J. Redick?

Jul 2, 2007

Orlando Magic guard J.J. Redick's Duke jersey is retired inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Orlando Magic guard J.J. Redick's Duke jersey is retired inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Are you an awesome basketball player? Maybe you don't play but you are a definite gym rat? Well - either way, you can prove your 3-point shooting skills with, part of Sports Illustrated, is hosting a National 3-Point Shooting Contest. There are two ways for you to enter if you're interested. The first way, you can attend one of the shooting contests in's 10 City Tour. The easier and cheapest way, upload a video to with the most consecutive three point shots you have made.

If you do have the traveling budget, here is the remaining schedule for the 10 City Tour:

  • Seattle, WA - July 7
  • Denver, CO - July 14
  • Albuquerque, NM - July 21
  • Salt Lake City, UT - July 28
  • San Antonio, TX - August 4

To register for the contest, or to upload your personal video, you need to visit or click the link at the top of the blog post.

The winner will automatically qualify for the 3-Point

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State Wachovia Cup Winners Announced

Jun 25, 2007

Last week, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association released the Wachovia Cup winners for each individual conference. This afternoon, the NCHSAAA unveiled the State Wachovia Cups winners.

The winners are listed below for each classification.

1. Kernersville Bishop McGuinness - 487.5
2. Hampstead Topsail - 450
3. Polk County - 397.5
4. Hendersonville - 362.5
5. N.C. School of Science and Math - 332.5
6. East Surry - 307.5
7. Siler City Jordan-Matthews - 280
8. Elkin - 257.5
9. Mount Airy - 245
10. Pender - 240
11. South Stokes - 227.5
12. Hayesville - 225
13. Dixon - 217.5
14. East Bladen - 200
15. North Johnston & Thomasville - 185

1. Cardinal Gibbons - 762.5
2. West Henderson - 405
3. Selby - 382.5
4. Salisbury - 310
5. Burlington Cummings - 290
6. Durham School

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High School Sports Included in NBA Draft

Jun 25, 2007

As many of you know, I host my own sports web site - This coming Thursday, June 28th, we are hosting our first annual NBA Draft Party, featuring a live Internet Radio Broadcast.

Although the focus will be on the NBA Draft, we're going to be discussing many topics including prep sports.

Dave Glenn, who also blogs for, is scheduled to appear on our show to discuss ACC Football recruiting and the upcoming 2007 season; And Dave Telep, the National Recruiting Director for Boy's Basketball on is scheduled to join us too.

You know I can't go a whole night talking about sports without throwing some high school sports in there. I invite you to join us at the NBA Draft Party 2007 on NC Sports Report.

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