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2023-24 NCHSAA Basketball State Championships

2023-24 NCHSAA Basketball State Championships

CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is excited to return to Winston-Salem for the 2023-24 men’s and women’s basketball championships March 11-16. For the first time ever, the NCHSAA basketball championships will be contested in Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem. The LJVM Coliseum Complex has been host to multiple…

2023 Men’s Basketball Championship Recaps

2023 1A MEN’S BASKETBALL RECAP | Wilson Prep holds off Eastern Randolph 84-73 to win second title Final Box (PDF) RALEIGH, NC – Five players were in double-figures for Wilson Prep as a balanced attack lifted the Tigers past a scrappy Eastern Randolph team 84-73 at historic Reynolds Coliseum in the 1A State Championship Game….

2023 Women’s Basketball Championship Recaps

2023 1A WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECAP | Bishop McGuinness blasts past Chatham Charter 73- 43   Final Box Score (PDF)   RALEIGH, NC – Bishop McGuinness won their second straight championship rolling by Chatham Charter convincingly 73-43 to win the 1A Women’s Basketball State Championship. The Villians had four scorers in double-figures in a balanced team…

2022 Men’s Basketball State Championship Recaps

2022 Men’s Basketball State Championship Recaps

1A Men’s Basketball State Championship | Hayesville outlasts Chatham Charter 54-43 in overtime FINAL BOX SCORE (PDF) | WATCH ON-DEMAND (NFHS NETWORK) RALEIGH – Hayesville exploded for 17 points in overtime to pull away from Chatham Charter and collect the Yellow Jackets’ second state championship in program history. Kolbe Ashe led the Yellow Jackets with 29…

2022 Women’s Basketball State Championship Recaps

2022 Women’s Basketball State Championship Recaps

1A Women’s Basketball State Championship | Bishop McGuinness blasts Bertie 70-42 for 10th State Title FINAL BOX SCORE (PDF) | WATCH ON-DEMAND (NFHS NETWORK) RALEIGH – Bishop McGuinness took the lead early and never looked back on their way to a 70-42 win over Bertie and the Villains’ 10th state championship in program history. The Villains fell behind…