Updated NCHSAA Boys and Girls Basketball Playoff Projections from WRALSportsFan.com/High School OT

Posted by Andy Durham on February 11, 2018 at 3:52 pm under High School | Be the First to Comment

Get on board with these brand new NCHSAA basketball playoff projections coming in just yesterday/Saturday from Nick Stevens at the WRALSportsFan.com/High School OT site….….These are the most current Playoff Projections available….

CLICK HERE for the Boys 4-A Projections…

CLICK HERE for the Girls 4-A Projections with the NWG girls high in the projections, along with Southeast Raleigh and look out for the Hickory Ridge
girls, they played the Northern Guilford Nighthawks in the 3-A Title game last year and this Hickory Ridge has moved up to the 4-A level…

CLICK HERE for the Boys 3-A Projections with Eastern Guilford, Smith, Southwest Guilford and others all hoping to make a run…Eastern could face Terry Sanford, of Fayetteville by Round Three and Terry Sanford coached by Darren Corbett, the former boys basketball coach at Grimsley High School.

CLICK HERE for the Girls 3-A Projections with Northern Guilford, Eastern Guilford, Dudley, Southeast Guilford, Southwest Guilford, Smith, Northeast Guilford and others, all hoping to make a run…Northern Guilford girls in the West Region in the early polls/projections…..

CLICK HERE for the 2-A Boys Projections and High Point Andrews looking to make a run and the HP Andrews boys and girls both have the Top Seeds in their 2-A PAC 7 Conference Tournaments coming up this week…On the 2-A Boys state level, the Kinston boys are still the force others look to stop.

CLICK HERE for the 2-A Girls Projections and the HP Andrews girls are one of the teams to watch….

CLICK HERE for the 1-A Boys Projections with the Bishop McGuinness boys in there somewhere…..

CLICK HERE for the 1-A Girls and again, Bishop McGuinness is in the hunt for the 1-A girls….


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