Chance Gladden’s record breaking performance leads Ravenscroft past Southern Durham
There is a new all-time single game scoring leader for the Holiday Invitational and his name is Chance Gladden. Gladden scored a whopping 57 points to break a 25 year old record held by former NBA player Mike Miller from Mitchell High School (SD).
Gladden’s 57 helped the Raleigh Ravenscroft Ravens knock off the Southern Durham Spartans in a tough 88-84 overtime win. The Ravens trailed by 13 going into the fourth quarter but shot an impressive 10-13 from the field to force the game into overtime and eventually walk away with a third place finish in the Coby White Bracket. Senior Jackson Rein added another 19 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists for the Ravens.
The Spartans were led by senior Camren Daniels who hit 9 shots from three point range finishing the game with 36 points. Dwight Vincent tacked on another 12 points for the Spartans.