Happy Hump Day

Howdy, bloggees — headed back to K-Town for the first time since Christmas Eve today and I’m going to simply overwhelm you with bloggy goodness today. Going to announce the HBFL winners, the blog survivor pool winner and a ton of other great stuff. Stay tuned, y’all…

P.S.: Hey! Here’s a quality video for you to watch — HighSchoolOT.com’s Nick Stevens and I breaking down championship day at the tourney:

HSOT 2011 wrap-up

Time to put a nice, tidy bow on the 2011 HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational. Congratulations to boys’ champs Raleigh Ravenscroft (Summit Hospitality), Garner (American Airlines) and Chapel Hill (Randolph Foundation), along with girls’ champs Charlotte Myers Park (Mix 101.5) and Rocky Mount (four-team bracket).

Here are the boys’ final statistical leaders:

Scoring (14 ppg or better)

65 — Kaleb Tarczewski, Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s

64 — Andrew White, Charlottesville (Va.) Miller School

62 — Denzel Ingram, Chapel Hill*

61 — John Gillon, Houston Strake Jesuit

61 — Rodney Purvis, Raleigh Upper Room

58 — Rasheed Sulaimon, Houston Strake Jesuit

57 — Montay Brandon, High Point Wesleyan

57 — Nik Stauskas, Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s

56 — Dominque Reed, Garner

54 — Braxton Obgueze, Charlotte United Faith

54 — Jaquel Richmond, High Point Wesleyan

53 — Anton Gill, Raleigh Ravenscroft

50 — Terrill Hilliard, Rocky Mount*

48 — Karon Blount, Raleigh Millbrook

48 — Chase Cannon, Charlottesville (Va.) Miller School

45 — Lawrence Graves, Bronx (N.Y.) St. Raymond

44 — Madison Jones, Raleigh Ravenscroft

42 — Sam Hughes, Wilson Greenfield*

40 — Gary Clark, Clayton*

34 — Kejuan Johnson, Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler*

32 — Anthony Gaskins, Clayton*

Rebounds (8 rpg or better)

36 — Peter Jurkin, Charlotte United Faith

28 — Dominique Reed, Garner

27 — Sharwyn McGee, Raleigh Upper Room

26 — Charles Mitchell, Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler*

25 — Montay Brandon, High Point Wesleyan

24 — Gary Clark, Clayton*

24 — Denzel Keyes, Kinston

22 — Daniel Dingle, Bronx (N.Y.) St. Raymond*

18 — D’Andre Anderson, Raleigh Body of Christ*

17 — Aaron Rountree, Wilson Greenfield*

16 — Terrill Hilliard, Rocky Mount*

Assists (4 apg or more)

15 — DeMarcus Sandford, Garner

15 — Gavin Wilson, Garner

13 — Josh Dawson, Kinston

13 — Eric Green, Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s

13 — Jaymie Spears, Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s

8 — Daniel Dingle, Bronx (N.Y.) St. Raymond*

Steal leaders (3 spg or more)

11 — Theo Pinson, High Point Wesleyan

11 — Rasheed Sulaimon, Houston Strake Jesuit

9 — John Gillon, Houston Strake Jesuit

8 — Denzel Ingram, Chapel Hill*

Blocked shots (2 bpg or more)

15 — Peter Jurkin, Charlotte United Faith

7 — Dominique Reed, Garner*

6 — Marcus Bryan, Raleigh Ravenscroft

5 — Gary Clark, Clayton*

5 — Kenneth Peoples Jr., Rocky Mount*

* indicates player only participated in two games


Scoring (14 ppg or more)

79 — Kristin Gaffney, Cary Green Hope

59 — Dakota Dukes, Cary Christian

52— Allie Tuttle, Cary Panther Creek

51 — Roddreka Rogers, Charlotte Myers Park

49 — J’Kyra Brown, Rocky Mount*

49 — Ashley Williams, Cary Green Hope

47 — Mickayla Sanders, Cary Academy*

47 — Kayla Seymour, Cary Panther Creek

43 — Maddie McCallie, Durham Riverside

42 — Morgan McGee, Durham Hillside

42 — Kiara Leslie, Holly Springs*

42 — Chepirah Neal, Bunn

40 — Whitney Coleman, Cary*

32 — Ka’la Jordan, Holly Springs*

29 — Brianna Powell, Cary Academy*

Rebounds (8 rpg or more)

33 — Dakota Dukes, Cary Christian

32 — Roddreka Rogers, Charlotte Myers Park

29 — Briana Day, Raleigh Millbrook

29 — Kristen Gaffney, Cary Green Hope

22 — Mickayala Sanders, Cary Academy*

Assists (3.5 apg or more)

11 — Kayla Seymour, Cary Panther Creek

7 — Carmen Richardson, Rocky Mount*

Steals (3 spg or more)

12 — Whitney Bunn, Bunn

11 — Ashley Williams, Cary Green Hope

Blocked shots (2 bpg or more)

10 — Allie Tuttle, Cary Panther Creek

7 — Briana Day, Raleigh Millbrook

* indicates played only two games in four-team tourney

HSOT Game 28 (Summit Hospitality championship): Raleigh Ravenscroft 53, High Point Wesleyan 44

End of first quarter: Ravenscroft 16, Wesleyan 9

Halftime: Wesleyan 24, Ravenscroft 23; Wesleyan led by Jaquel Richmond’s 15; Ravenscroft paced by Marcus Bryan’s 10

End of third quarter: Ravenscroft 43, Wesleyan 36

Final: Ravenscroft 53, Wesleyan 44

For only the third time in HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational history, there’s a repeat champion of the event.

Raleigh Ravenscroft overcame a one-point halftime deficit and played stifling defense in its 53-44 defeat of High Point Wesleyan in the Summit Hospitality championship game of the HSOT Friday night. It marked the second straight year Ravenscroft has won the HSOT.

“We are certainly happy to be the champions of this tournament,” Ravens coach Kevin Billerman said. “This is a great tournament for our kids to win.”

Ravens junior guard Anton Gill earned MVP honors a 14-point, eight-rebound performance in the championship game.

Ravenscroft’s success came because it did not allow anyone outside of Wesleyan’s Big Three of Jaquel Richmond (23 points), Montay Brandon (12) and Theo Pinson (nine) to score.

“The key to the game, I thought, was the lockdown defense that we had on their three great perimeter players,” Billerman said. “For three days, Madison (Jones) has defended the other team’s point guards and that is one of the keys to our victories.”

Wesleyan coach Keith Gatlin said he was proud of his team’s effort in its first Holiday Invitational, but that his team needed more than just Richmond, Brandon and Pinson to have good games for the Trojans to be successful.

“Tonight, we came up short because we never got into a flow,” Gatlin said. “You have to credit Ravenscroft for that. They played us well again tonight.”



Wesleyan      9   15   12   8  — 44

Ravenscroft 16   7   20   10  –  53

Wesleyan: Jaquel Richmond 23, Montay Brandon 12, Theo Pinson 9. Ravenscroft: Marcus Bryan 18, Anton Gill 14, Madison Jones 12, Andrew Franz 5, D.J. Langley 3, Quinn Billerman 1.

HSOT Game 27 (American Airlines championship): Garner 75, Bronx (N.Y.) St. Raymond 63

End of first quarter: Garner 22, St. Raymond 18

Halftime: Garner 39, St. Raymond 31; GHS led by Gavin Wilson’s 10 points; SR led by nine points each from Nkereuwem Okoro and Lawrence Graves

End of third quarter: Garner 50, St. Raymond 47

Final: Garner 75, St. Raymond 63

After 40 years and 17 attempts, Garner finally has its first HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational title.

The Trojans, one of the original eight teams to play in the first Holiday Invitational in 1972, defeated Bronx (N.Y.) St Raymond, 75-63, at Raleigh Broughton High School’s historic Holliday Gymnasium Friday night in the American Airlines bracket championship.

Trojans coach Eddie Gray said that with everything going so well for Garner overall, he didn’t want 2011 to end.

“It’s been a heck of a year at Garner Senior High School,” Gray said. “Starting with Scotty (McCreery) and American Idol, Mr. Drew Cook getting Principal of the Year, the football team and now this … I don’t want this year to end. It’s just a great tribute to the kids who have been in our program over the years and I’m so proud we were able to get a breakthrough on the 40th anniversary.”

Garner was led by tournament MVP Dominique Reed, who finished with 20 points and eight rebounds. All-tourney selection Gavin Wilson (17 points, three rebounds), Cameron Redd (13 points, 10 rebounds) and Larry Richardson (11 points) also finished in double-digit scoring.

St. Raymond, which won the HSOT in 2002, was led by the tourney’s Most Outstanding Player, Nkereuwem Okoro, who finished with 20 points and six rebounds. Lawrence Graves (18 points) and Myron Hickman (13) helped the Ravens stay close in a game in which their best player, Daniel Dingle, was unable to play because of a shoulder injury.

“I want to congratulate our team; they came out with a gutsy effort,” St. Raymond coach Oliver Antigua said. “We were missing our starting center who averages a double-double for us. … I’m proud of my guys — they battled the whole entire game.”

Despite only playing in two games, Dingle — who was among the leaders in points, rebounds and assists — was named to the all-tournament team. He was joined by Garner’s Wilson and Demarcus Sandford, Houston Strake Jesuit’s Rasheed Sulaimon and John Gillon, Raleigh Millbrook’s Karon Blount, Kinston’s Josh Dawson and Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler’s Kejuan Johnson.



St. Raymond  18   13   16   16  — 63

Garner            22   17   11   25  –  75

St. Raymond: Nkereuwem Okoro 20, Lawrence Graves 18, Myron Hickman 13, Shane Rector 4, Marques Underwood 4, Donnell Young 2, Ray Pender 2. Garner: Dominique Reed 20, Gavin Wilson 17, Cameron Redd 13, Larry Richardson 11, Josh McClain 7, Dashwan Stabler 5, Julius Barnes 1, Demarcus Sandford 1.

HSOT Game 26 (Randolph championship): Chapel Hill 75, Raleigh Broughton 71

End of first quarter: Broughton 14, Chapel Hill 8

Halftime: Broughton 25, Chapel Hill 24; Broughton led by James Hemphill’s 10 points; CH led by 10 from Denzel Ingram

End of third quarter: Broughton 45, Chapel Hill 40

End of fourth quarter: Chapel Hill 63, Broughton 63

Final: Chapel Hill 75, Broughton 71, OT

Behind a spectacular 43-point performance from Chapel Hill’s Denzel Ingram, the Tigers won their first HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational title, defeating host Raleigh Broughton, 75-71, in overtime Friday night.

Chapel Hill trailed by nine points early in the fourth quarter before charging back to force overtime.

“What a great game,” Chapel Hill coach Tod Morgan said. “We’re excited, proud and honored to be a part of this tournament. … We certainly faced a great team in Broughton today.”

Ingram’s 43 points tied for fifth-most in Holiday Invitational history with Hoke County’s Harold Thompson, who performed the feat in 1978 against Raleigh Enloe. Ingram’s production were the most in a Holiday Invitational since Denham Springs (La.) Tasmin Mitchell’s 52 points against Raleigh Wakefield in 2004.

Ingram finished with 62 points in two games in the tournament. Elliot Orenstein added 16 points for the Tigers Friday night.

Broughton was led by James Hemphill’s 22 points, Devonte’ Graham’s 12 and 11 from Chris Corchiani. The Capitals were going for their first Holiday Invitational title since 1986.

“We were really wanting to win this for our seniors and our school,” Broughton coach Jeff Ferrell said. “It’s been a long, long time, well before they were born, since we won a championship in this tournament, so we’re definitely disappointed, but we’re not down.”

Ingram was the natural choice for the Randolph MVP award. Chapel Hill’s Anthony Vanhook, Broughton’s James Hemphill, Clayton’s Gary Clark and Rocky Mount’s Terrill Hilliard were named to the all-tournament team.



Broughton    13   12   20   18   8  — 71

Chapel Hill   10   14   16   23   12  –  75

Broughton: James Hemphill 22, Devonte’ Graham 12, Chris Corchiani 11, Chase Johnston 6, Cameron Gottfried 5, Parish Crowder 5, Justin Coleman 4, Andrew Ocampo 4, Zach Palmer 2. Chapel Hill: Denzel Ingram 43, Elliot Orenstein 16, Anthony Vanhook 7, Ryan Hegedus 4, Dillon Winters 3, Andrew Grant 2.

HSOT Game 25 (American Airlines semifinal): Kinston 44, Raleigh Millbrook 31

End of first quarter: Kinston 9, Millbrook 9

Halftime: Kinston 16, Millbrook 13; KHS led by four points from Nakeil Williams; MHS led by seven points from Karon Blount

End of third quarter: Kinston 30, Millbrook 20

Final: Kinston 44, Millbrook 31

In a game that threatened the tournament record of fewest points in a game, Kinston battled past Raleigh Millbrook 44-31 to finish in third place in the American Airlines bracket of the HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational.

No Viking scored in double figures, but the team was led by Josh Dawson and Andrew Lopez, who had eight points each.

“It was a fun game, although it wasn’t the prettiest game in the world,” Kinston coach Wells Gulledge said. “You have to find some juice when you’re in your third game of a tournament, you have to make your own energy. … The kids really stepped up.”

Millbrook, which was held to 12-of-47 shooting (including 2-of-18 — 11.1 percent — from behind the 3-point line) was led by Karon Blount’s 14 points.

“This was a very tough game today, offensively,” Millbrook coach Scott McInnes said. “The stats speak for themselves.”

The tournament record of 69 points, set in 1996 by Wake Forest-Rolesville and Greensboro Day, was passed with only a couple minutes remaining.



Millbrook 9   4   7   11  — 31

Kinston    9   7   14   14  –  44

Millbrook: Karon Blount 14, Cameron Sykes 4, Shi’Chee Moore 3, Brandon Goldsmith 3, Andrew Ezebuiro 2, Robert Brown 2, Carlee Clemons 2, Adrian Atkinson 1. Kinston: Josh Dawson 8, Andrew Lopez 8, Nakeil Williams 7, Denzel Keyes 5, Chris Hall 4, Angelo Keyes 4, Brandon Ingram 4, C.J. Bradshaw 2, Travon Jones 2.

HSOT Game 24 (Summit Hospitality third-place): Raleigh Upper Room 66, Charlotte United Faith 61

End of first quarter: Upper Room 22, United Faith 11

Halftime: Upper Room 40, United Faith 29; UR led by Rodney Purvis with 7 points; UF led by Peter Jurkin’s 10 points and six rebounds

End third quarter: Upper Room 51, United Faith 44

Final: Upper Room 66, United Faith 61

Rodney Purvis made his final HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational game a memorable one, leading Raleigh Upper Room to a 66-61 victory over Charlotte United Faith for third place in the Summit Hospitality bracket at Raleigh Broughton’s historic Holliday Gymnasium.

Purvis finished with 17 points and five rebounds to lead the Christian Eagles to the victory. Tyrek Coger added 12 points while the trio of Keysheen Hinton, Faquan Dunn and Waymond Wright had nine points each.

“It was hard; I don’t know who put the bracket together, but … we were blessed to come out 2-1 in this tournament,” Upper Room coach Avie Lester said. “The guys came out with a lot of intensity and I was real proud of that.”

United Faith was led by Braxton Obgueze’s 20 points while Peter Jurkin turned in an impressive double-double of 15 points and 15 rebounds.

“It was a tough game today although I felt my guys competed really hard,” United Faith coach Muggsy Bogues said. “We had a sluggish start but got ourselves back in the basketball game. I’m really proud of the guys for how they competed.”



Upper Room  22   18   11   15  –  66

United Faith  11   18   15   17  –  61

Upper Room: Rodney Purvis 17, Tyrek Coger 12, Keysheen Hinton 9, Faquan Dunn 9, Waymond Wright 9, Sharwyn McGee 6, Raphael Love 5. United Faith: Braxton Obgueze 20, Peter Jurkin 15, Zach Davis 7, Nehemiah Mabson 7, V.J. King 6, Tahmir Gadsen 4.

HSOT Game 23 (American Airlines fifth-place): Houston Strake Jesuit 54, Apex Middle Creek 49

End of first quarter: Strake Jesuit 12, Middle Creek 6

Halftime: Strake Jesuit 27, Middle Creek 14; SJ led by 11 points from Rasheed Sulaimon and eight from John Gillon; MC led by five points from Rashawn King

End of third quarter: Strake Jesuit 45, Middle Creek 26

Final: Strake Jesuit 54, Middle Creek 39

Evidently, when Houston Strake Jesuit is healthy, they’re a heck of a team.

The Crusaders, who lost in the first round of the HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational after a rash of food sickness infected the team, rolled to a victory in the fifth-place game of the American Airlines bracket against Apex Middle Creek, 54-39, Thursday afternoon.

“This was a great way to finish off a really quality tournament, one of the very best tournaments we’ve ever been invited to,” Strake Jesuit coach Wayne Jones said. “We executed really well on the defensive end tonight and were able to open up the floor. We were able to get some shots and make some baskets. It was just a great way to finish.”

The Crusaders were led by Duke recruit Rasheed Sulaimon’s 21 points and seven rebounds. John Gillon added 13 points, four rebounds and three steals in the victory.

Middle Creek was paced by Khamari Bobbitt’s 11 points. The Mustangs missed all 15 3-pointers they attempted, including 11 misses from Nate Otto and Marvin Wilson.

“We’re not a great shooting team, but we’re a heck of a lot better than we were today,” Middle Creek coach David Kushner said. “Our best two shooters had a lot of open looks, but it wasn’t our day.”

Senior Rashawn King, a two-sport star for the Mustangs, was recognized before the game for his valiant battle against leukemia. He finished with five points and two rebounds.



Middle Creek   6   8   12   13  — 39

Strake Jesuit  12 15  18   9   –  54

Middle Creek: Khamari Bobbitt 11, Marvin Wilson 9, Quinton Ray 8, Rashawn King 5, Nate Otto 2, Keith Fitzgerald 2, Brandon Hooks 2. Strake Jesuit: Rasheed Sulaimon 21, John Gillon 13, Reveal Chukwujekwu 7, Ben Martins 6, Peter Winter 3, Ivory Young 2, Pace Murphy 1.

HSOT Game 22 (Summit Hospitality fifth-place): Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s 79, Charlottesville (Va.) Miller School 70

End of first quarter: Miller 23, St. Mark’s 17

Halftime: Miller 37, St. Mark’s 33. Miller led by Chase Cannon and Andrew White with 12 points each; St. Mark’s led by the trio of Nik Stauskas, Kaleb Tarczewski and Aaron Falzon with 8 points apiece

End of third quarter: St. Mark’s 50, Miller 49

Final: St. Mark’s 79, Miller 70

Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s Nik Stauskas hit five 3-pointers in a 28-point performance to drive his team past Charlottesville (Va.) Miller School, 79-70, in the fifth-place game of the Summit Hospitality bracket of the HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational on Friday.

Stauskas’ hit half his team’s 10 3-pointers; combined with Miller School’s 10, the teams combined to set a Holiday Invitational record of 20 made 3-pointers, breaking a 12-year-old record set by Houston Stratford and Frederick (Md.) Johnson in 1999, when those teams combined for 19.

“I thought our guys played really hard today,” St. Mark’s coach David Lubick said. “It’s not easy to do that when you’ve got a bunch of kids, you’re on the road and playing three games in 40 hours.”

Kaleb Tarczewski, an Arizona recruit, finished with 21 points and eight rebounds for St. Mark’s, while Jaymie Spears added 14 points, eight rebounds and six assists for the Lions.

Chase Cannon was 6-of-8 behind the 3-point line for Miller School and finished with 22 points; Andrew White, a Kansas recruit, led the Mavericks with 25 points and five rebounds.

“Tough game today, but I thought we came out with a lot of energy in the third game in three days,” Miller School coach Scott Willard said. “We came out a little sluggish in the third (quarter) and let them back into it.”



Miller          23   14   12   21  — 70

St. Mark’s  17   16   17   29  — 79

Miller: Andrew White 25, Chase Cannon 22, Aram Martin 7, Joshua Majors 5, Janeil Jenkins 3, Travis Hester 3, Markell Lodge 2, Tony Washington 2, Grayson Gunner 1. St. Mark’s: Nik Stauskas 28, Kaleb Tarczewski 21, Jaymie Spears 14, Aaron Falzon 8, Eric Green 6, Elias Lubick 2.

2011 HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational Day 5 preview (and stats update)

Yesterday lived up to the hype — practically all seven games were competitive, the crowds were huge and the basketball was spirited. Expecting a lot more of the same today at historic Holliday Gymnasium.

By the by, I was 6-1 in picks yesterday, only missing the Miller School/Body of Christ game…

Today’s schedule:

11 a.m.: Summit Hospitality fifth-place game — Charlottesville (Va.) Miller School vs. Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s … Two of the most disciplined squads face off in a game where we’re expecting about 20 fans. St. Mark’s by 3

12:40 p.m.: American Airlines fifth-place game — Apex Middle Creek vs. Houston Strake Jesuit … Crowd should pick up a bit, especially with a Duke recruit in the house. He is the difference in this game as Strake Jesuit wins by 10

2:20 p.m.: Summit Hospitality third-place game — Charlotte United Faith vs. Raleigh Upper Room … Honestly, this could’ve been a championship game with about four D-1 players among the rosters. Gotta admit, too, it’s been a blast interviewing one of my heroes (United Faith coach Muggsy Bogues) all week, too. UF by 12

4 p.m.: American Airlines third-place game — Raleigh Millbrook vs. Kinston … A matchup between two very good friends in Millbrook’s Scott McInnes and Kinston’s Wells Gulledge — coaches HSOT’s Nick Stevens considers two of the best in North Carolina. However, it is a 4A program taking on a 2A program and that’s where the edge lies as Millbrook wins by 8

And now for the three championship games:

5:40 p.m.: Shavlik Randolph Foundation championship — Raleigh Broughton vs. Chapel Hill … Capitals going for their first Holiday Invitational title since 1986 against undefeated Chapel Hill. Tigers by 5

7:20 p.m.: American Airlines championship — Bronx (N.Y.) St. Raymond vs. Garner … St. Raymond is a well-oiled machine and the best team in NYC. Garner is arguably the best 4A team in North Carolina. Yankees or Southerners? Going to take Ravens in a squeaker

9 p.m.: Summit Hospitality championship — High Point Wesleyan vs. Raleigh Ravenscroft … I’ve said it several times and I’ll stick by it here: Wesleyan has the best backcourt in North Carolina and this tournament. I simply love Ravenscroft coach Kevin Billerman and his ability to adapt to ANY style of play … but I’m not sure he has the talent to compete with Wesleyan tonight. I’m saying all this knowing Ravenscroft beat Wesleyan in the second game of the season but my prediction is: Wesleyan by 3 in an awesome game

Scoring leaders (14 ppg or more):

65 — Kaleb Tarczewski, Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s

64 — Andrew White, Charlottesville (Va.) Miller School

61 — John Gillon, Houston Strake Jesuit

58 — Rasheed Sulaimon, Houston Strake Jesuit

57 — Nik Stauskas, Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s

54 — Braxton Obgueze, Charlotte United Faith

51 — Rodney Purvis, Raleigh Upper Room

48 — Karon Blount, Raleigh Millbrook

48 — Chase Cannon, Charlottesville (Va.) Miller School

45 — Montay Brandon, High Point Wesleyan*

39 — Anton Gill, Raleigh Ravenscroft*

36 — Dominique Reed, Garner*

32 — Daniel Dingle, Bronx (N.Y.) St. Raymond*

32 — Madison Jones, Raleigh Ravenscroft*

31 — Jaquel Richmond, High Point Wesleyan*

29 — Theo Pinson, High Point Wesleyan*

Rebound leaders (8 rpg or more):

36 — Peter Jurkin, Charlotte United Faith

27 — Sharwyn McGee, Raleigh Upper Room

24 — Denzel Keyes, Kinston

22 — Daniel Dingle, Bronx (N.Y.) St. Raymond*

20 — Dominique Reed, Garner*

19 — Montay Brandon, High Point Wesleyan*

17 — Theo Pinson, High Point Wesleyan*

Assist leaders (4 apg or more):

13 — Josh Dawson, Kinston

13 — Eric Green, Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s

13 — Jaymie Spears, Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s

13 — Gavin Wilson, Garner*

10 — DeMarcus Sandford, Garner*

9 — Jaquel Richmond, High Point Wesleyan*

8 — Daniel Dingle, Bronx (N.Y.) St. Raymond*

Steal leaders (3 spg or more):

11 — Rasheed Sulaimon, Houston Strake Jesuit

8 — Theo Pinson, High Point Wesleyan*

Block leaders (3 bpg or more):

15 — Peter Jurkin, Charlotte United Faith

6 — Gavin Wilson, Garner*