CHATHAM, Va. -- On Wednesday night, Virginia’s Hargrave Military Academy defeated the University of North Carolina’s JV squad. But the final result didn’t matter. A sellout crowd united in an attempt to defeat a bigger opponent: cancer.
Kudos to Hargrave head coach A.W. Hamilton for uniting his team and the town of Chatham, Va., in an effort to do their part to take a slice out of cancer with “The Pepsi Fight Against Cancer Challenge.”
On the court, Hargrave couldn’t miss. The barrage of 3-pointers was fueled by future Louisville guard Terry Rozier (Shaker Heights, Ohio/Hargrave). An ESPN 100 player last year, his game has exploded during his post-grad season.