Around The Nation: Nov. 14 Results

High school action isn't quite in full swing but some regions of the country were in action Tuesday night and here are the highlights!


  • Duncanville diced up Irving MacArthur (100-63) as its two best players had big nights. Texas Tech-bound forward D'walyn Roberts scored 21 but it was sophomore small forward Shawn Williams that was the high-man of the match. Williams erupted for a game-high 33 points for the winners.

  • Fort Worth Christian was no match for North Crowley as it lost 84-52. Who did the damage for North Crowley? The would be junior shooting guard Willie Warren, a Top 30 prospect. Warren stepped out to the tune of 24 points.


  • One of the candidates for state player of the year in North Carolina is Brock Young and he got his season off on a good note Tuesday night. Young led Broughton past Fuquay-Varina 83-58. The future East Carolina point guard dropped 31 points for the victors.

  • It's been a good week for the Vermont Catamounts. First the upset of the B.C. Eagles and now one of their recruits kicks off his season with a good performance too. Evan Fjeld, a forward out of Durham Academy, scored 34 points in his team's 67-38 drubbing of Franklin Academy.

  • A pair of underclassmen that you're going to hear more and more about as the season unfolds squared off in the Triangle Tuesday night. Durham Jordan scored the 70-57 win over the new kid on the block Morrisville (N.C.) Panther Creek. Leading the way for Jordan was junior wing Justin Watts with 23 points. Panther Creek was led by Earnest Ross, a 2009 wing. Ross, who struggled from the field but excelled from the line, did finish with a game-high 30 points in his season debut.

  • As far as we know, Bo Spencer is unsigned. The Glen Oaks guard dropped 24 points on Capitol which has point guard Chris Bass on its roster. Bass, the brother of Brandon Bass, scored 9 points in Capitol's 74-60 win over Glen Oaks. Meanwhile, Spencer dropped 24 in the setback.

    Here's a name to watch for: Terrance Henry. The slender junior power forward hit for 19 points in his team's opening game loss to Madison Parish. Henry's Carroll crew lost 69-61.

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