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Bengals Balance Too Much For Gray

The Bengals turned up the defensive pressure early creating easy scoring opportunities for JP Moorman and held Jalek Felton in check for much of the half. Felton was coming off a 42 point performance last night. He was able to get it going late in the half with a steal for a dunk and Juwan […]

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Oldsmar Clips Falcons

Oldsmar Christian downed AC Flora in a 7th place game versus the Falcons of AC Flora in the auxillary gym. DJ Mitchell poured in 31 points in the victory.

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Westlake vs Porter Gaud

Both the Lions of Westlake and the Cyclones of Porter Gaud came in to this game looking to go home with a win. Aaron Nesmith was going to do everything he could to ensure the Cyclones would be the winning team by scoring 12 points in the first half along with a poster dunk midway […]

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Raiders Pull Out Victory

The final game of the day was what everyone had been waiting for since the start of the day. The gym was rocking with everyone on their feet throughout the entire first half. They were all anticipating every move of #12 Zion Williamson. Players from Keenan had a different idea by suffocating the superstar with […]

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Lakers Headed To Finals

The first National Bracket semi-final game matched the #1 team in the nation, La Lumiere, versus another top 10 team in the nation, Hamilton Heights. Both teams exchanged early blows as Jordan Poole came off the bench to ignite his team with a three point shot to give La Lumiere a 14-9 lead early. From […]

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Wildcats Tame Bengals

The first half was a fast pace with both teams using their aggressive pressure defense that created a lot of offense for both teams. EJ Montgomery got the Wildcats going quick with some nifty moves in transition and Darius Perry would move the ball up quickly creating transition baskets for his teammates. On the other […]

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John Carroll Cruises To Finals

After a slow first couple of minutes in this first American semi-final, John Carroll began to make plays to get up by as many as six points in the first half. Montez Mathis of John Carroll got things going for his team with several baskets off stick backs and drives to the basket to finish […]

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Hamilton Has Big Afternoon

In the consolation bracket of the American Division, Jairus Hamilton has his second big game pouring in 33 points and 15 rebounds to lead Cannon in a victory over Porter Gaud by  score of 83-61. Cannon will now take on the winner of Providence Day and Westlake on Friday in the auxillary gym on Friday […]

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Top Performers From Round 1

Below are some of the names of players who had big games in their first round games. Zion Williamson (Spartanburg Day)–53 points (25-28 fg) and 16 rebounds Tariq Simmons (Keenan)–19 points and 8 steals Trey Wertz (Providence Day)–32 points and 10 rebounds Devon Dotson (Providence Day)–25 points and 8 rebounds Christian Brown (AC Flora)–21 points […]

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Lafayette Comes Away With Win over Westlake

The last game of Day 2 featured the Lafayette Christian Knights who jumped off to a quick start over the Westlake Lions. The Knights were without LSU signee Galen Alexander who was injured prior to this tournament but that did not stop them as they led by as many as 13 points in the first […]

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