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Statistics and Records for the Millbrook Men's Basketball program started to be archived in the late 1980's. If you find an inaccuracy or missing record/statistic, please contact Thank you.

Fast Facts/Records

Class: NCHSAA 4A

Conference: Northern Athletic Conference

Head Coach: Christopher Davis (Fifth Season)


State Championship Appearances: 2 (Lost in 2011, Won in 2021)

Most Coaching Wins: Scott McInnes, 336 entering 2016-17

Most Wins in a Season: 28 (Twice: 2015-16, 2018-19)

Most Wins in a Career: 83, Faison Brock (2012-2016)

Longest Winning Streak: 24 Games (Nov. 2018-Feb. 2019)

Longest Home Winning Streak: 33 Games (Feb. 2014- Nov. 2016)


Most Points in a Season: 2,499 (2014-15)

Most Points Scored in a Game: 118 (Feb. 6th, 2015 at Heritage, 118-88 Win)

Most Points Allowed in a Game: 108 (1991 vs. Garner, 108-105 Loss)

Most Points in a Career: 1,280, Robert Brown (2011-2015)

Most Points in a Season: 699, Chris Clemons (2014-15)

Most Points in a Game: 41, Chris Clemons (March 3rd, 2015 vs. Knightdale)

Most Three-Point Makes in a Season: 100, Chris Clemons (2014-15)

Most Assists in a Season: 182, Justin Youngblood (2004-05)

Most Assists in a Game: 13, Jordan Whitfield (December 5th, 2015 vs. Harrells Christian)

Most Charges in a Career: 43, Collin Lewis (2016-19)

Most Charges in a Season: 26, Mykel Harris (2014-15)

Most Charges in a Game: 3, Faison Brock (2X, most recent 12/17/15 vs. Broughton)


Highest National Rank: 9th in the United States by USA Today (2019)



Since our first games on dirt courts at the old Millbrook school house 90 years ago until today, our program has taken pride in being one of the most well-respected in the state of North Carolina.


Millbrook's storied history has brought 18 Conference Championships to the school for Men's Basketball. The Wildcats have made the NCHSAA 4A State Basketball Playoffs every season since 1996-97, and they've appeared in eight of the last twelve 4A Eastern Regional Semi-Finals which includes an Eastern Regional title in 2011 and a 4A Men's Basketball State Championship in 2021.

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