The six Daily Advance Players of the Year for the Fall 2015 season attended the Drake inspired “Hotline Bling” photo shoot at the Arts of the Albemarle on Monday.
Here is a behind the scenes look.
The Daily Advance Fall 2015 Area Players of the Year
Boys Cross Country — Tedric Shannon (Northeastern)
Girls Cross Country — Madison Davis (Currituck)
Football — Clarence Jones (Northeastern)
Boys Soccer — Cody Hankins (Currituck)
Girls Tennis — Kate Whichard (Edenton)
Volleyball — Kamryn Johnson (Currituck)
Long-time rivals Camden and Perquimans met again on Friday in Hertford.
In the girls game, Perquimans rallied in the fourth quarter to top Camden 34-27.
Tamya Foreman led the Lady Pirates (2-6, 2-3 Coastal 10 Conference) with 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Carlia Harrell led Camden (5-5, 4-2 Coastal 10) with eight points.
In the boys contest, Camden jumped all over Perquimans in the first half as the Bruins took a 54-24 lead at halftime.
Camden came away with the 77-64 win.
Camden guard Zach Robeson led Camden (8-2, 6-0 Coastal 10) with 30 points. Robeson, a junior, scored 25 in the first half.
Dallas Hall led Perquimans (5-3, 3-2 Coastal 10) with 16 points.
Northeastern’s boys and girls basketball teams earned victories on Tuesday against First Flight.
The Lady Eagles held off a slight First Flight rally in the third quarter for the 51-37 win.
Aleah McNeal led Northeastern (2-1, 1-0 Northeastern Coastal Conference) with 14 points in the win.
In the boys game, Northeastern defensively locked down the Nighthawks en route to the 85-47 win.
Trey Carver led Northeastern (3-0, 1-0 NCC) with 22 points.
Pasquotank traveled to Edenton on Friday night. The boys and girls contests were Northeastern Coastal Conference openers for both teams.
Edenton used a second quarter run to pace the Lady Aces to a 60-51 win against the Lady Panthers.
In the boys contest, Pasquotank earned a 67-53 win against Edenton.
Tyree Griffin and Jamond Oatman each scored 16 points for the Panthers in the win.
Get a second look at the first half between Chowan and Mid-Atlantic Christian.
MACU’s Angus Spencer scored 18 points, but Chowan secured the 109-52 win at Chesson Gym on Tuesday.
It was a good 24 hour period for the Mid-Atlantic Christian men’s and women’s basketball teams this weekend.
On Saturday, the Lady Mustangs defeated Christendom College 53-45 for their first win on the season.
MACU women’s coach Charles Troxell, guard Destini Parker and Kamiah Gilbert talked about the win.
The Lady Mustangs are 1-8 overall and more importantly begin United States Collegiate Athletic Association play with an 1-0 record.
The MACU men also earned their first win on the season on Friday night as they defeated Christendom 85-71.
Below is an interview with MACU men’s coach Allan Harris about the Mustangs’ victory.
The MACU men are 1-9 overall and 1-0 in USCAA play.
Below are the highlights from the first half between Currituck and Camden in the girls game.
The Lady Knights came away with the 45-21 win over the Lady Bruins.
In the boys contest, Camden defeated Currituck 57-38.
Camden held Currituck to four points in the second quarter to take a 28-14 lead at halftime.