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Must See Games This Week

21, Feb 2024

Must See Games This Week

The playoffs are here. The NCISAA is down to the final four in 3 of 4 classifications and the NCHSAA conference tournaments are in full swing. Let's take a look at some of the games to see this week. 

Wednesday - In the Big South 3-A Conference Tournament, #3 Ashbrook (21-4) is taking on #2 Kings Mountain. Ashbrook is led in scoring by junior duo Isaac Byers (20.1 points) and Jamari Smith (14.5 points). Kings Mountain has weapons. Leading the way is sophomore Bradley Floyd at 18.7 points per game, freshman Caleb Nixon at 13.4 points per game and sophomore Tucker Robinette at 10.1 points per game. For the season, the teams split. So this is game #3 between the two teams. The winner will take on either #1 Crest or #4 Hunter Huss. 

Thursday - Back to NCISAA 2-A classification with their rendition of the final four. Burlington Christian Academy (22-6) who knocked off #1 seed The Burlington School will face off against #5 Davidson Day (21-7). In the second semi-final, #2 Greenfield School, who is making their 8th straight trip to the final four, will take on #6 Wayne Country Day. Both games will be held at the higher seed. 

Saturday - The NCISAA state championships will be held on Saturday at Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, North Carolina. Times and teams are listed below. 


#1 United Faith Christian Academy (24-7) vs #2 Victory Christian Center School (26-8) 7:30pm @ Ravenscroft School

2-A TBD 


#4 Gaston Christian School (19-15) vs #2 Forsyth Country Day School (26-6) 1:00pm @ Ravenscroft School


#5 Providence Day School (25-8) vs #3 Christ School (25-5) 4:00pm @ Ravenscroft School

Justin Byerly
State Editor

Justin Byerly has spent the past 15 years covering North Carolina prep and grassroots basketball. He has previously worked with The Recruit Scoop and In addition to that he has contributed to The USA Today, Charlotte Observer, The Asheville Citizen-Times and The Sun News. He has held The Justin Byerly Upstate/WNC Showcase the past two years and has helped student-athletes from North Carolina and South Carolina receive college scholarships. He owns The Byerly Report scouting service that has over 100 college subscriptions. Justin resides in Asheville, North Carolina with his wife Danielle and four children.