CHARLOTTE, N.C. — In front of a capacity crowd, Isaiah Evans played like a star on Friday night.
The North Meck junior scored 45 points, including a buzzer-beating three in overtime, to help the Vikings to a big road win at Chambers, 77-74.
North Meck improved to 14-1, its only loss coming to Florida's Westminster Academy in a tournament setting.
Evans is a 6-foot-6 small forward, listed by 247Sports as a five-star recruit, and the second-best recruit in the state of North Carolina.
According to the recruiting site, he has scholarship offers from Duke, Kansas, NC State, Tennessee, and many other Power 5 programs.
Evans visited Duke in November, even taking in some of the Blue Devils game with the famed "Cameron Crazies" fans.
The North Meck girls also beat Chambers in a thriller, winning 59-57, to improve to 15-1.
Vikings point guard Nevaeh Farmer sealed the game with a steal and a set of free throws.