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LBI Event Recap: Providence Day Super Scrimmage

By Percy Wright @LBInsider_NC Dave Dickens @LBI_CoachDave, 11/04/18, 5:15PM EST


Charlotte, NC – The 11th annual Providence Day Super Scrimmage was loaded with talent teams getting ready for the regular season to kick off.  LBI staff was is attendance providing coverage of all of the teams.

Here are few of the head turners from the PDSS.

Nevaeh Brown 2020 G Davidson Day
Brown is a highly skilled guard with good length. She was able to get that nice pull up jump shot at anytime, also showed she can stick the 3 ball. Did a good job attacking the paint and finishing in traffic. On the defensive end she is a pest and can guard 1-3 with no problem.

Chole Williams 2022 G Heritage
Big guard that excels on the defensive end, her length gives opposing teams problems. She rebounds well on both ends and can defend the post as well as the perimeter. Offensively at her best when attacking the rim, she welcomes the contact and is strong enough to finish through it.

Kennedy Calhoun 2021 G Hickory Ridge
A lighting quick point guard who is learning to use pace and her quickness to her advantage. Calhoun’s improved jump shot moves her up among the best point guards in her class. She is a nightmare on the defensive end. A lock down defender that causes havoc from end line to end line.  

Briauna Booth 2021 G West Forsyth
Booth has great size, she is strong and versatile guard that plays with a high motor and can move from the perimeter to the post both offensively and defensively. Showed she can do it all from rebounding to scoring to creating for her teammates.

Ashley Roberts 2020 P Jordan HS
Very physical post player that does a good job using her body. She had multiple strong finishes in the paint that resulted into old fashioned three point plays. Roberts is a high energy rebounder on both ends and is a good post defender.

Excellenxt Greir 2019 PG Vance
Greir is a high IQ point guard that always seems to be a step ahead. She did a good job creating for her teammates but also showed she can go get it herself too. Her quickness allows her to blow by defenders or create space for the jump shot.

Jael Hall 2021 PG Davidson Day
Jael is a very physical lockdown defender that causes problems for opposing teams point guards. Hall controls the tempo for a very good Davidson Day team. She showed she is also a force on the offensive end both attacking the paint and knocking down the deep 3 ball.

Jacee Busick 2019 WF Glenn
One of the top players in the state showed she can do it all. High IQ player that controls the game on both ends. She can score from anywhere on the court and handles pressure extremely well. Defensively she defends multiple positions and is always in the mix whether blocking shots, rebounding or creating turnovers. It’s no wonder she holds up to as many as 15 offers.

Hannah Barr 2019  PG Glenn
Refined PG who plays both ends. Defensively she constantly applied ball pressure and showed good quickness. Offensively she distributed the ball to her shooters and minimized turnovers. High IQ point guard that plays end to end.

CaMari Jeter 2019 CG Glenn
Combo guard that can run the point and score. She is a confident shooter that can score on all levels and light it up from three. She is a small guard but is aggressive and athletic that plays with intensity and digs in defensively.

2020 G Nevaeh Brown Davidson Day