The final day of the Frank Spencer saw some athletic match ups as each bracket crowned a champion. In the Journal bracket, Lexington’s ability to get to the rim allowed them to open up an early lead over East Forsyth, taking the title. Lexington had entered the tournament as the eighth seed. In the Pepsi bracket, Ronald W. Reagan HS repeated as champion, knocking off Mount Tabor in a game between two previously undefeated teams.
Tyler Lewis was recognized during the final games for his scoring prowess in the tournament, scoring 30, 34 and then 40 in subsequent games, breaking the tournament scoring record previously held by Chris Paul. Lewis held up the Wolfpack symbol as he accepted his award, as he has committed to NC State.
Final title game scores:
|Ronald W. Reagan||58|
Some of the standouts on the final day of play:
Tyler Lewis, PG, 5’11”, 2012, Forsyth Country Day
Randy Morrison, SG, 6’2″, 2011, East Forsyth
Chris Harris, C, 6’9″, 2010, East Forsyth
Trey Ervin, PG, 6’0″, Mount Tabor
Tyler Jones, PF, 6’5″, Mount Tabor
Curt Myers, PG, 6’1″, Ronald W. Reagan
Matt Madigan, SG, 6’4″, Ronald W. Reagan
Braeshaun Dozier, SG, 6’0″, Ronald W. Reagan
Al Challenger, PG/SG, 6’2″, Lexington
Quandarius Crump, SF/PF, 6’4″ Lexington
CJ Woodberry, SF, 6’5″, Lexington
Jarrett McCown, SF/PF, 6’6″, Lexington
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