Jared Hendryx of Jordan and Tyrone Outlaw, Jr. of Person share PAC-6 boys basketball player of the year honors. Jordyn Smith of Hillside win the girls' player of the year.
Hillside is ranked No. 9 in ncpreps.com preseason 4A high school football rankings.
The NCHSAA and Green Hope impose sanctions following Friday night altercation.
Kristen Gaffney, who helped led Green Hope High to the state quarterfinals, is not expected to play Tuesday when the Falcons play Hope Mills South View in the Eastern Regional in Fayetteville.
Girls basketball teams play this Friday with a chance to advance to next week's regionals. Two area Cinderellas are still alive: 12-seed Cary and 11-seed Sanderson, who play at 1-Millbrook and 7-Southern Durham, respectively.
Hillside at Green Hope, a rematch from a second-round thriller from last year, highlights the area games as the two sides are a combined 49-5 this year.
Chapel Hill, Northwood, Jordan-Matthews and Goldsboro are at home in their quests to make regionals, while Bunn and Southern Lee are on the road.
All game times are 7 p.m.
Hillside managed to sweep the PAC-6 tournament titles, defeating Southern Durham in the girls championship by three points and getting a last-second basket to upset 1-seed Person for the boys championship.
Durham Hillside junior football standouts Khris Francis and Korrin Wiggins committed to the University of North Carolina on Wednesday night while making unofficial visits during the Duke-Carolina basketball game.
Durham Hillside linebacker Jamal Marcus said he wanted to go to Ohio State as soon as he spoke with new Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer.
Green Hope and Panther Creek made requests to the N.C. High School Athletic Associaton on Tuesday to place the schools in a league with other current Tri-Nine 4A schools.
Jamal Marcus, Durham Hillside's 6-foot-3, 230-pound defensive end, is expected to announce his college choice on Wednesday, Feb. 1, the national letter of intent signing day.