Mar 26, 2011
JAMISON 72, WALL 65
Team Wall’s Codi Miller-McIntyre continued an excellent day with a great first half, leading his squad to a 15-point halftime advantage. He and Dionte Adams combined for 39 of Team Wall’s 65 points for the game. Team Jamison fought all the way back behind the play of DeAndre Bembry and Terry Henderson, and, despite not having a player score more than 12 points, overcame the deficit.
IMPACT PLAYERS: Codi Miller-McIntyre (Wall), Dionte Adams (Wall), DeAndre Bembry (Jamison), Terry Henderson (Jamison)
STACKHOUSE 106, MAYNOR 71
Patrick Rooks set the high for the day with six three-pointers made on his way to 26 points for Team Stackhouse, while teammate Shawn Lester chipped in four treys and Eric Johnson hit three more. Jerome Simmons was Team Stackhouse’s primary interior scorer with 18 points. Team Maynor’s standout scorer was Charlotte Olympic product Allerik Freeman.
IMPACT PLAYERS: Allerik Freeman (Maynor), Patrick Rooks (Stackhouse), Jerome Simmons (Stackhouse), Shawn Lester (Stackhouse)
CURRY 87, WEST 77
Team Curry’s Kennedy Meeks and Team West’s Braxton Ogbueze put up strong efforts in a back-and forth, tightly contested first quarter, both hitting consistently from deep. Meeks continued to dominate through the second quarter, while Aaron Rountree picked up the slack for Team West. Team Curry pulled away in the second half, led by Christian Hairston, who finished with 15 points on five threes.
IMPACT PLAYERS: Kennedy Meeks (Curry), Christian Hairston (Curry), Braxton Ogbueze (West), Jarvis Haywood (West)
HOWARD 95, PAUL 87
Rodney Purvis was the star and high scorer for Team Howard, finishing with 22 points. Mike Brown hit three three-pointers as the team’s second-leading scorer, finishing with 16 himself. The top scorer for Team Paul was Josh Level, who finished with 18.
IMPACT PLAYERS: Rodney Purvis (Howard), Josh Level (Paul), Mike Brown (Howard), Montarius Hall (Paul)
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