Many of the state’s top high school basketball teams, and some of the most sought after college recruits, played on the Outer Banks last weekend at the 2021 Albemarle Landscapes Good Guys vs. Cancer Classic at First Flight High School.
The 13-game event over two days honors the memory of the father of First Flight High School athletic director and head coach Chad Williams, and raised more than $5,000 for the American Cancer Society.
This year’s edition is once again garnering rave reviews as one of the premiere high school basketball events in North Carolina.
— Patrick O’Brien (@POBScout) December 11, 2021
Dear @firstflighthoop, thank you.
You are one of a kind & NO ONE deserves this weekend more than you. Your state, your community & most importantly your dad are more than proud of you.
— Webb Wellman (@HoopStateWebb) December 12, 2021
— Rick Lewis (@Coach_Rick57) December 13, 2021
The competition and quality of play at #GoodGuysvsCancer was off the charts. But equally off the charts was seeing and learning from coaches as they coached against the best of the best. That level of preparation and intensity will DEFINITELY motivate me moving forward! 💯 pic.twitter.com/fIP3qLaecc
— George Marshall (@CoachGWM2) December 12, 2021
Huge thank you to @firstflighthoop for having us this weekend at #GoodGuysvsCancer! This is one of the best events we have experienced and the environment was awesome. Even in our losses, we got better!
Thanks so much and good luck the rest of the way!
— HC Varsity Men’s Basketball (@HCPrideMBB) December 12, 2021
Listen. #GoodGuysvsCancer should be on everyone’s schedule every single year. The atmosphere is top notch. The hospitality is amazing. And @firstflighthoop is a great coach but an even better human being. Thank you so much for having me and @TheHoopState here. All ❤️
— Rod Bridgers (@rod_bridgers) December 12, 2021
There’s nothing quite like #GoodGuysVsCancer
You couldn’t replicate it if you tried.
— Miles Masercola (@MasercolaMiles) December 12, 2021
— Phenom Hoop Videos (@PhenomMixtapes) December 12, 2021