Two NC High School Athletes Awarded 2016 All-District Honors
Andrea Sturdivant|Tuesday April 26, 2016
Two Jordan Matthews High School Boys Varsity Basketball Team, two of their players were introduced as the 2016 All-District Honors.
The Mateen Brothers, Rahim Mateen and Rahman Mateen, 12th graders received the All-District Honors from the North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association (NCBA). Rahim Mateen received the award of being Player of the Year of Jordan-Matthews High School and their coach PJ Lowman received Coach of the Year award.
The Jordan-Matthews Boys Varsity Basketball Team participate in the North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association (NCBA). The NCBA 2015-2016 Men’s District is made up of 12 Districts. Jordan-Matthews High School participated in the conference as District 8.
District 8 of the NCBA covered counties of Chatham, Randolph, Lee, Harnett, Montgomery, Stanly, Moore, Richmond, Anson and Scotland Counties.
In the NCBA conference, District 8 was composed of three teams, the 1st team Jordan-Matthews Rahim Mateen and Rahman Mateen, 12th graders, Pinecrest-Brandon Harrell, 12th grader, North Stanly-Stephen Misenheimer, 12th grader and Asheboro-Tazmine Dunn.
The 2nd and 3rd teams were Asheboro-Emmanuel Jones, 12th grader, Eastern Randolph-Cole Cheek and Jordan Watt 12th graders, Southern Lee-Noah Millette, 12th grader and Southwestern Randolph-Ethan Walker, 11th grader. Lastly the 3rd team was Scotland County-Willie Douglas and Niem Ratliffe, 12th and 10th graders, Pinecrest-Donnie Haith, 11th grader, Southwestern Randolph-Brandon Dunn, 12th grader and Eastern Randolph-Silas Headen, 12th grader.
Jordan-Matthews High School Boys’ basketball team played a fantastic season ending with 23-6 season. 12th grader Rahim Mateen played 16.3 pts/game and had 6 rebs/game while his brother 12th grader Rahman Mateen played 15.4 pts/game had 3 rebs/game and 2 assists.
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