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Holiday Invitational

Girls, boys champs to be crowned at HighSchoolOT Holiday Invitational

Published: 2012-12-29 00:19:00
Updated: 2012-12-29 16:04:19

Dec 29, 2012

It is championship Saturday at the HighSchoolOT Holiday Invitational. The day begins at 11 a.m. and builds to three title games in the evening. 

In the first title game, the ladies take the floor at Broughton High School's Holliday Gymnasium at 5:40 p.m. The host Capitals will meet the defending champs Myers Park from the Charlotte area.

At 7:20, two out-of-state teams meet in the Summit Hospitality bracket championship. DeSoto, Texas, features Duke University recruit Matt Jones, while their opponents, St. Joseph's from New Jersey boast the top player in the Class of 2014.

Jones had 18 points to lead his Eagles to victory Friday night against another top Triangle recruit, Anthony "Cat" Barber, who is committed to North Carolina State University.

St. Joe's' Karl Towns is headed to the University of Kentucky in 2014. He showed why he is the top-ranked center in the country, pouring in 17 points and snagging 7 rebounds in a win Friday over Broughton.

Finally at 9, Raleigh's own Word of God faces off with a New Hampton, NH.

The Holy Rams defeated Oxford Webb, 70-57, on Friday on Tyrek Coger's 23 points and 9 rebounds. Jordan Whitfield added 17 points and 5 boards while Josh Newkirk contributed 12 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists.

The  Huskies will provide plenty of challenge. Their power forward Noah Vonleh is among the top 10 in the country, according to ESPN and is headed to Indiana to play his college ball.

 Holiday Invitational daily schedule: Boys

In the first two games, Cuthbertson topped Holly Springs and The Miller School edged Apex.

High Point Christian Academy, from the Charlotte area, topped Oxford Webb and UNC recruit Isaiah Hicks in the third-place game of the Shavlik Randolph bracket.

 

 

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