Three Wayne Country Day basketball players were recently named to the NCISAA’s All-State teams.
Jaden Cooper and Mike Best were selected to the NCISAA’s 2A boys’ all-state team, while Ja’Kea Brunson was named the NCISAA girls’ 2A all-state team.
Both Wayne Country Day’s boys and girls basketball teams reached the NCISAA 2A semifinals this season.
Cooper averaged 17.5 points, 9.1 rebounds, 6.8 assists and 1.6 steals per game. Best averaged 17.4 points, 6.6 rebounds, 7.5 assists and two steals per game.
Brunson averaged 22.7 points, three rebounds, 2.8 assists and 2.2 steals per game.
NCISAA 2A Girls’ All-State team
|Ella Hedman||Caldwell Academy|
|Mallorie Haines||Davidson Day School|
|Juliana Park||Davidson Day School|
|Zaria Clark||Gaston Day School|
|Janiah Shular||Gaston Day School|
|Amiyah Ware||The Burlington School|
|Caelan McHarney||The O’Neal School|
|Ashanti Fox||The O’Neal School|
|Ashley Woodfin||Trinity Academy|
|LeAsia Matthews||Trinity Christian|
|Daija Turner||Village Christian|
|Jakea Brunson||Wayne Country Day School|
NCISAA 2A Boys’ All-State team
|Brock Williams||Burlington Christian|
|Blaine St. Clair||Davidson Day|
|Donovan Atwell||Davidson Day|
|Glynn Hubbard III||Northside Christian|
|Brady Rankin||Northwood Temple|
|Jaquantae Harris||Northwood Temple|
|Jamarii Thomas||The Burlington School|
|Kuluel Mading||The Burlington School|
|Noah Ross||Trinity Academy|
|Jaden Cooper||Wayne Country Day|
|Mike Best||Wayne Country Day|
|MJ Collins||Westminster Catawba|