Saturday’s live high school basketball scoreboard in North Carolina

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It’s Day 2 of the Charlotte Hoops Challenge, and we’ll have coverage here all day.

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Below find a complete Charlotte-area schedule, Hoops Challenge coverage and a live scoreboard for games involving North Carolina teams.

Saturday’s Charlotte Hoops Challenge Roundup

Ardrey Kell 78, Cannon School 55: Ardrey Kell, the N.C. 4A finalist from last spring, ran past two-time NCISAA champ Cannon led by 19 points, five rebounds and four assists from point guard Evan Smith. Karon Boyd had 17 for Cannon.

Chambers 53, Lake Norman 50: No. 1 Chambers played a tight game with No. 8 Lake Norman. The Cougars led 26-23 at halftime and 39-35 after three quarters. Aaliyah El led Chambers with 15 points and two rebounds. She was the only double figure scorer. Lake Norman got 17 points, eight rebounds from Kirstee Lewis-Williams, 15 pionts, seven rebounds from Leigh Marks and 10 points from Madison Saunders.

Charlotte Catholic girls 55, Cannon School 44: Catholic, No. 3 in the Observer’s preseason Sweet 16, beat No. 2 Cannon by limiting the Cougars to 37 percent shooting. Cannon made only 5-of-33 3-point attempts and Catholic won on a night when star center Blanca Thomas, a top-10 national recruit, only took six shots. Thomas finished with six points, 16 rebounds, three blocks, two steals and two assists. Gracynn Gough had 14 points, 15 rebounds, five assists and a steal. Cannon got 22 points, seven rebounds, six steals and two assists from Samyha Suffren.

Charlotte Latin 52, Hough 41: Latin held Hough to 10 total points in the second and fourth quarters to get the win. Sean Rose (16 points, nine rebounds), Ned Hull (12 points, four assists, three rebounds) and Brandon Lavitt (11 points, five rebounds) led the Hawks. Rashad McCormick had 14 points and two assists for the Huskies.

Grace Christian 72, Durham Academy 52: In the Buckets Brand consolation game, Julien King had 25 points, four rebounds, four assists and just one turnover, playing 31 of 32 minutes in the win. Myles Pettis had 20 points and three rebounds for Grace Christian. JP Dilweg had 18 points, four rebounds for Durham Academy.

Providence Day 64, Gaston Christian 36: The Chargers bounced back from Friday’s upset loss to York Prep, running out to an 18-point halftime lead and winning easy. Junior center Riley Allenspach had 21 points and nine rebounds for the Chargers. Providence Day senior point guard Quave Propst-Allison had 12 points, nine rebounds and two assists. Isaiah Tate (14 points, four rebounds) and Jahseem Felton (13 pionts, six rebounds) led Gaston Christian.

Providence Day girls 56, Concord Academy 54: Providence Day’s Chandler Brooks made 13-of-21 free throws to help her team. The Chargers had to withstand a big fourth quarter rally but held on. Brooks took more free throws than Concord Academy attempted as a team (19). She finished with 17 points, 11 rebounds and five assists. Concord Academy’s Shayla Porter had 17 points, six assists, four rebounds and two steals.

Victory Christian 55, Garinger 54: Justyn Whitfield had 20 points, two steals and Jaden Dade had 14 points and two assists to help Victory Christian get a narrow win in overtime. Garinger got strong performances from David Anderson (15 points, three steals), Camden Jernigan (15 points, 12 rebounds, eight assists, three steals) and Juston Moore (13 points, five rebounds). Garinger outrebounded Victory 45-34 and forced 21 turnovers, but Victory was able to get the win. The Kings shot 9-of-22 from 3-point range compared to 5-of-24 for the Wildcats.

Westminster Catawba 53, Charlotte Christian 50: Virginia Tech recruit MJ Collins had 19 points, two rebounds and two assists to lead his team, a 2A private, to a win over 4A Charlotte Christian. Richard Black III and Nyckolas Clarke combined for 23 points, five assists and 10 rebounds. Christian got 18 points, 11 rebounds and three assists from junior forward Bryce Cash.

Saturday’s Boys Boxscores

ARDREY KELL 78, CANNON SCHOOL 55

AK 21 17 21 19 -- 78

Cannon 15 10 12 18 -- 55

ARDREY KELL 78 - Evan Smith 19, Brandon Nelson 11, Delani Hammonds 13, Brock Rose 5, Toni Akinyelu 14, Cole Perodeau 2, Trenten Gerald 2, Ryan Lewis 6, Brett Freeman 6

Cannon 55 - Clagget 8, Henry 10, Hagedorn 2, Nix 16, Boyd 17, Green 2

Notable: Smith 5r 4a

Records: Ardrey Kell 3-0

CHARLOTTE LATIN 52, HOUGH 41

Hough 14 5 17 5 -- 41

Latin 5 10 23 14 -- 52

HOUGH 41 -- Rashad McCormick 14, Wagner 6, Stiff 9, Neace 3, Sifford 9

LATIN 52 -- Ned Hull 12, Jones 2, Sean Rose 16, Brandon Lavitt 11, Haughton 9, Pence 2

GRACE CHRISTIAN 72, DURHAM ACADEMY 52

Durham Academy 12 8 17 15 -- 52

Grace Christian 14 20 15 23 -- 72

DURHAM ACADEMY 52 -- Chisholm 6, Chaves 8, Bryson Tupper 10, JP Dilweg 18, Dunk 5, Ragsdale 5

GRACE CHRISTIAN 72 -- Myles Pettis 20, Julien King 25, McLeod 5, Quasmin Oden 10, Williams 2, Banks 4, Streeter 1, Adams 5

NORTH MECKLENBURG 99, CHARLOTTE COUNTRY DAY 76

Country Day 24 17 21 14 – 76

North Meck 19 23 30 27 – 99

CD: Dallas Gardner 32, Amare Bethel 22, Carter Allessi 12, Bigham 7, Hewett 3

NM: Isaiah Evans 42, Jordan Crawford 32, Coles 9, Bracey 7, Foy 4, Hardy 2, Jenkins 1

PROVIDENCE DAY 64, GASTON CHRISTIAN 36

Gaston Christian 7 11 13 5 -- 36

Providence Day 12 24 15 13 -- 64

GASTON CHRISTIAN 36 -- Isaiah Tate 14, Gaines 4, Escobedo 2, Jahseem Felton 13, Newman 3

PROVIDENCE DAY 64 -- Quave Propst-Allison 12, Atwell 4, Scott 8, Riley Allenspach 21, Trey Horton 10, Prunty 6, Hailey 3

VICTORY CHRISTIAN 55, GARINGER 54 OT

Victory 12 14 17 7 5 -- 55

Garinger 8 11 16 15 4 -- 54

VICTORY CHRISTAN 55 -- Jaden Dade 14, Justyn Whitfield 20, Rodriguez 2, Rafik 3, Rosch 4, Forte 3, Mobley 9

GARINGER 54 -- David Anderson 15, Camden Jernigan 15, Juston Moore 13, Dodson 4, Moboti 3, Kohn 2, Gillard-Robinson 2

Saturday’s Girls Boxscores

CHAMBERS 53, LAKE NORMAN 50

Lake Norman 11 12 12 15 -- 50

Chambers 8 18 13 14 -- 53

LAKE NORMAN 50 -- Kirstee Lewis-Williams 17, Madison Saunders 10, Leigh Marks 15, Wadkovsky 3, Arnold 2, Sirianni 3

CHAMBERS 53 -- Scott 6, Aaliyah El 15, Holloway 6, Moreland 5, Creech 4, Hicks 8, Decker 2, Henderson 4

CHARLOTTE CATHOLIC 55, CANNON SCHOOL 44

Cannon 15 6 9 14 -- 44

Catholic 17 11 20 7 -- 55

CANNON SCHOOL 44 -- McCorkle 9, Fowler 2, Samyha Suffren 22, Cherry 2 Booker 5, Mathis 4

CHARLOTTE CATHOLIC 55 -- Olivia Fava 10, McMenamin 8, Alanis Diaz 13, Thomas 6, Gracynn Gough 14, Kacerosky 3, Schachte 1

CHARLOTTE COUNTRY DAY 43, EAST MECKLENBURG 15

Country Day 14 5 7 17 –43

East Meck 4 5 4 2 15 – 15

CD 43 Mary Holland Waters 19, Hudson Rixham 11, O’Neil 8, Blythe 3, Collins-Friedland 2

EM 15 Stallings 6, Dorn 4, Augustin 2, Ligon 2, Wilson 1

Records: CD 3-1 (0-0) EM 0-3 (0-0)

MALLARD CREEK 54, CORVIAN 13

Mallard Creek 19 13 17 5 -- 54

Corvian 2 3 6 2 -- 13

MALLARD CREEK 54 -- Danielle Titus 8, Allie Horne 13, Laylah Toscano 2, Gabby Tapley 14, Olivia Robertson 12, Gabby Apodaca 2, Jada Farmer 3

CORVIAN COMMUNITY 13 -- B. Brennman 4, V. Sandford 4, K. Moore 2, J. Wells 3

Notable: Junior guard, Gabby Tapley, notched 14 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocks. Sophomore point guard, Allie Horne, finished with 13 points, 4 steals, 3 rebounds, and 2 assists. Freshman, Olivia Robertson, finished the contest with 12 points, 5 rebounds, 4 blocks and 1 steal.

NORTH MECKLENBURG 82, JM ROBINSON 29

NMeck: 27 27 20 8 --- 82

JM Rob: 3 17 4 5 --- 29

N.Meck: Nevaeh Farmer 17, Deaira Page 16, Kairah Dixon-Booker 14, Alisha Harris 10, Dunn 8, Bates 6, Weston 6, Pellum 2, Grier 2, Redfern 1

JM Rob: Nasya Walker 11, Brooks 8, Batts 7, Taylor 3,

Record: Overall NM: 3-0; Overall Robinson 2-1

Notable: North Meck wins Leroy Holden Classic championship

PROVIDENCE DAY 56, CONCORD ACADEMY 54

Concord Academy 9 10 8 27 -- 54

Providence Day 12 16 9 19 -- 56

CONCORD ACADEMY 54 -- McKenzie Taylor 13, Meyers 2, Byrd 8, LeXander 5, Ward 8, Sloan 1, Shayla Porter 17

PROVIDENCE DAY 56 -- Jensen 3, Jordyn Latter 15, Greer 4, Levine 6, Chandler Brooks 17, Holgorsen 6, Glosson 5

WEST CHARLOTTE 45, ROCKY RIVER 38

Rocky River 11 15 6 5 -- 38

West Charlotte 8 5 16 9 -- 45

ROCKY RIVER 38 -- Monie 4, Shya 13, Laila 5, Lou 4 Ayana 9, Tristan 2, Camillie 1

WEST CHARLOTTE 45 -- Falyn A. 9, Jaylah H. 8, Tay A. 4, Destiny M. 2, Alese K. 9, Paige B. 7, Tereyeona P. 2, Ayiana M. 6

WESTMINSTER CATAWBA 53, CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN 50

Westminster 15 9 17 12 -- 53

Charlotte Christian 16 10 13 11 -- 50

WESTMINSTER CATAWBA 53 -- MJ Collins 19, Richard Black III 11, Nyckolas Clarke 12, Bradley 7, Booker 4

CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN 50 -- Gilbert 6, King 1, Bryce Cash 18, John Lash 13, Cade Preston 12

Saturday’s schedule

CHARLOTTE HOOPS CHALLENGE

(at Myers Park High, Gym 1)

Girls: Charlotte Catholic 55, Cannon School 44

Boys: Ardrey Kell 78, Cannon School 55

Boys: Providence Day 64, Gaston Christian 36

Girls: Chambers 53, Lake Norman 50

Boys: Chambers vs. Combine Academy, 7:30

(at Myers Park High, Gym 2)

Boys: Victory Christian 55, Garinger 54

Boys: Charlotte Latin 52, Hough 41

Girls: Providence Day 56, Concord Academy 54

Boys Buckets Brand Consolation: Grace Christian 72, Durham Academy 52

Boys Buckets Brand Championship: Westminster Catawba 53, Charlotte Christian 50

LEROY HOLDEN CLASSIC

Girls Championship: North Meck 82, Robinson 29

Boys Championship: North Meck 99, Charlotte Country Day 76

Girls Consolation: Charlotte Country Day 43, East Meck 15

Boys Consolation: JM Robinson 91, East Meck 59

HOLDEN CLASSIC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS

Boys All-Tournament Holden Classic

MVP Jordan Crawford North Meck 68 points 2 game total

Isaiah Evans North Meck career high 42 points in Champ game

Dallas Gardner Country Day

Amare Bethel Country Day

Devin Hobbs JM Robinson

Girls All-Tournament Holden Classic

MVP Nevaeh Farmer North Meck

Taylor Dunn North Meck

Dearia Paige North Meck

Nasya Walker JM Robinson

Mary Holland Waters Country Day

Mallard Creek Thanksgiving Classic (girls)

West Charlotte 45, Rocky River 38

Mallard Creek 54, Corvian Community 13

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