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Devon Dotson, Providence Day boys basketball, jr.: Providence Day guard, Devon Dotson helped the Chargers to a 2-0 start with a strong performance at the Phenom Hoops’ Challenge at Greensboro Day.
Kamil Chapman, Comenius (Fort Mill) boys basketball, sr.: Chapman, a 6-foot point guard, got off to a big start, netting 39 points in the season opening win over Forest Trail Academy on Nov. He also had 18 points in a narrow loss (87-81) to Charlotte Basketball Academy Nov. Lake Norman Charter girls tennis team 3-peat: The Lake Norman Charter girls’ tennis teams continued its historic run by winning the 2A state championship.The 2017 senior class led South Meck to a 46-3-3 record in that span.The offense scored 120 goals this season, just four short of the school record (124 in 2015).They notched a 5-3 win over North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) on Nov. The Knights (16-0 this year) have now won 51 straight matches dating back to their last loss Oct.30, 2013, to Salisbury in the 2A West Regional finals.The group will arrive when Stanwick and Tinney are seniors, looking to make an impact on a Hopkins’ offense that will have the personnel to play in the style familiar in recent years — favoring re-dodging and explosiveness — but also able to utilize the strength and power exhibited by newcomers like Williams. But that “two-handedness” — the ability to attack defenses with speed and strength — suggests the Blue Jays are bringing in talent by valuing flexibility, and the arc of their talent continues to reflect an interesting trend in recruiting.
Front row from left, Seth Hoben, Ethan De Silva, Tanner Jordi, Quinn Stamp, Reed Hunnicutt, Maynor Figueroa, Cameron Barnes.
Tracing the arc of Johns Hopkins’ offensive talent over the last 15 years is one of the most interesting reflections of recruiting trends.
Dating back to the Blue Jays’ 2005 and ’07 nation championships and the NCAA finalist finish in ’08, Hopkins set the standard for big, alley dodging midfielders with Kyle Harrison, Paul Rabil, Greg and Stephen Peyser.
Paul’s, Md.) and middie Matt Stagnitta (Montgomery, N. There’s more talent coming in behind them, led by a trio of standouts for the Legends 2017 squad.
One of the most versatile players in his class, Connor De Simone (Smithtown East, N.
Joe Piacesi, Queens Grant boys’ soccer, sr.: The Queens Grant forward set the school record for goals scored in a season (26) and career (69) earlier this month with a score in both of the Stallions’ playoff wins over Atkins (2-1 on Nov. Swilling started his week with 20 points and five rebounds in a 69-62 win over Charlotte United Christian, Nov. He finished strong as Swilling had 27 points and eight rebounds in the Falcons’ 72-71 win over Wesley Christian in the Phenom Hoops’ Showcase at Greensboro Day on Nov. In that game, Swilling hit a three-point to tie the game and send it into overtime.