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Roundball Classic introduces new twists in 2017
This season's Roundball Classic will begin on Friday, 3/31 at a new venue, South Hagerstown HS, with a new event and the return of an alumni rivalry. The Future Stars Youth Showcase featuring the top 14U players in the region will kickoff the night, followed by the Men's Legends Classic pitting North vs South, will follow at 7:30PM
All the high school all-star games will begin on Saturday, 4/1 at Hub Arena starting at noon. Two senior girls all-star games and five boy's senior all-star games are scheduled.
On Sunday, 4/2, five total high school games are on tap starting at noon. The Roundball Classic will have boy's games at 1:30 & 3:00, followed by the Mid Atlantic Senior Showcase at 4:30 PM. The Mason Dixon Elite Game will round out the event at 6PM.
2016 Boys Showcase Game
**Please Note - Teams are backwards. The top team is National, American is below.
2016 Boys Mason Dixon Elite Game
2016 Boys Battle for the Potomac Elite Game
2016 Boys Potomac Valley Elite Game
2016 Boys Shooting Stars Elite Game
2016 Girls Showcase Game
2016 Boys South Mountain Showdown
2016 Girl's Civil War Elite Game
2016 Boy's XL Sports Game
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Boy's Mason Dixon Elite
Boy's Battle for the Potomac Elite
Boy's Potomac Valley Elite
Boy's South Mountain Showdown
Boy's Civil War on the Floor
Boy's XL Sports All-Star Game
Girl's Mid-Atlantic Showcase
Girl's Civil War on the Floor Elite Game
2016 Roundball Classic Scheduled Announced
January 31, 2016---The 2016 Roundball Classic will be held Friday, March 25 and Saturday, March 26 at Hub Arena on the campus of North Hagerstown High School in Hagerstown, MD. The Roundball Classic has grown into one of the largest high school basketball all-star events on the East Coast.
Good Friday, March 25 @ Hub Arena
Saturday, March 26 @ Hub Arena
2015 Roundball Classic Game Recaps
Complete Event Stats available at: www.LegitStats.com
Girls Tri-State Senior All Star Game
National 84, American 76, OT
The National team allowed a nine-point lead (50-41) to evaporate early in the second half and fell behind before forcing overtime. It took charge from the start of the extra three-minute period.
Natalie Talley (Howard High School) scored following a steal with 15 seconds remaining. American’s Samantha Krumbhaar (North County), who scored 21 points, missed the front end of a one-and-one free throw situation to send the game to overtime.
Beverly Kum (St. Maria Goretti) gave the Nationals a 74-72 lead and Jayda Gilmore (Howard) followed with a bucket for a 76-72 lead. After Selena Renteria (Jefferson) scored for American, Williamsport’s Alexis Cline hit two free throws and Talley scored off a steal for an 80-74 lead.
Kum and Carley Robinson (Williamsport) each scored buckets after a deuce by Alannah Roy (Seneca Valley) to reach the final tally.
Gilmore and Jasmine Johnson (South Hagerstown) combined for 45 points for the Nationals.
Gilmore received most valuable player honors with 24 points, tying the event’s girls single-game scoring record. She added five rebounds, three assists and three steals.
“I just wanted to come out and play with the flow,” said Gilmore, who will be playing next year at Division II American International. “You just come out and do your best in a game like this.”
Johnson’s productivity level was monsterous, scoring 21 points in 11 minutes of playing time. The Rebels senior hit 8 of 15 from the floor, including four 3-pointers, and grabbed four rebounds.
Johnson hopes her performance might open some eyes of college recruits since nothing for next year in the works as of yet.
“I just came out to play hard,” said Johnson. “I just didn’t want to embarass myself.”
MVP: Princess Aghayere-South Lakes HS (VA)
Girls Mid Atlantic Showcase
American 82, National 73
Penn recruit Princess Aghayere (South Lakes-VA) notched a double-double (15 pts, 11 rebs) to win MVP and lead the American All-Stars to 82-73 victory in the Girls Mid-Atlantic Showcase Game.
Paint Branch senior Daisa Harris scored 15 points, had seven rebounds and four assists, Riverdale Baptist's Zion Campbell (Mississippi State) added nine points and seven rebounds and Good Counsel's Nicole Enabosi (Delaware) finished with nine rebounds and four steals in the victory
Roland Park's Lindsey Edwards (High Point) tried to rally the National all-stars, but her 14 points and nine rebounds were not enough. Cecilia Leone (Bishop Ireton) scored 10 points, Aneah Young and Myka Johnson-Matthews added eights points and McDonogh's Danielle Edwards (Clemson) swiped four steals in the loss.
MVP: Elijah Stubbs-North Hagerstown HS (MD)
Boys Tri-State Senior All-Star Game
American 83, National 82
North Hagerstown’s Elijah Stubbs had never been part of a varsity basketball win over his buddy, South Hagerstown’s Jordan Luna — until Saturday.
“I told him before the game we were going to win,” said Stubbs, who earned most valuable player honors with 15 points and five assists to lead his American team to an 83-82 win over Luna and the National team in the Tri-State Boys Classic in the Roundball Classic at North Hagerstown.
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The Nationals held a 52-39 lead early into the second half before the Americans went on a tear to take a 69-63 lead. Clarksburg’s Nelson Jones scored six straight points to tie the game. From there, the game became a 3-point shooting fest.
Luna hit for five points to help the Nationals take a 74-72 lead before Stubbs hit a 3 to reclaim an 81-80 lead for the Americans. Luna came back with a deuce with 3 seconds remaining for an 82-81 lead.
“He said he wanted a chance to beat me,” Luna said of Stubbs’ hopes. “He wasn’t missing.”
Brunswick’s Sean Christie scored a layup to pull out the victory for the Nationals.
All told, the Americans hit 17 of 30 3-point shots. Stubbs hit 5 of 8 tries, while Broadfording Christian’s Isaiah Daniels hit 4 of 6 and had 12 points. Jefferson’s Michael Tennant hit three for nine points.
“The beginning of the game was fun but it got real serious in the last part,” Stubbs said, with a smile. “I got him by one point.”
Luna had 18 points for the Nationals along with four rebounds, South’s JaColby Lott had 16 points, Jones had 12 and Williamsport’s Carter Hughes had 10 points and a team-high 10 rebounds.
MVP: Tyvez Monroe-Edison HS (VA)
Boys Potomac Valley Elite Game
Northern Virginia All Stars 115, Maryland Chesapeake All Stars 113
Edison's Tyvez Monroe broke current NBA player Thomas Robinson's (76ers) Roundball Classic single-game points record by scoring 31 points to lead the Northern Virginia All Stars to a come from behind 115-113 victory in the Potomac Valley Elite Game. Monroe's efforts made him an easy choice for MVP.
Battlefield's Sean Ehardt scored 14 points, Trevon Wright (Herndon) added 13 points and Dylan Madawo (Chantilly) had 10 points for the Virginia stars. Potomac School's Phil Newsome had a solid all around game with seven points, eight rebounds and six assists in the win.
Forestville senior Brandon Dawson had 21 points, four assists and three steals, Elijah Ware (Westlake) scored 18 points, and Northeast teammates Trent Smoot and Sergio Andino had 11 and 10 points respectively for the Chesapeake Stars. Smoot added 10 rebounds and four assists in the loss.
MVP: Dee Mency North Legends
Mens Legends Classic
North Hagerstown 87, South Hagerstown 84
MVP: Dee Mency (North Hagerstown); David Miner (South Hagerstown)
MVP: Robert Aviles-Osbourn HS (VA)
Boys Shooting Stars Game
National 97, Amercian 91
Osbourn's Robert Aviles scored 10 points and dished out five assists to lead the National All-Stars past the American Stars in the Boys Shooting Stars Game in the first game of Sunday's Roundball Classic.
Aviles was named the game MVP for his efforts, while Osbourn teammates Trevor Powell and Tyler Withers each chipped in 12 points and Liberty's Danny Dobrykowski and Blair's Jordan Johnson added 10 points each. Bradley Schug (FSK) led the National with 12 boards in the victory.
Southern Garrett's Clay Todd was the games high scorer with 17 points for the American All-Stars, while Einstein's Mikah Rhames had 14 points and Frederick's Jacob Long added 14 points. Willie Folks (South River) led the American with eight rebounds.
MVP: Citiana Negatu-Blake HS (MD)
Girls Mason Dixon Elite Game
Maryland 111, Pennsylvania 95
Blake's Citiana Negatu went 5-for-7 from the field, had a team high 14 points and pulled four rebounds to earn MVP and lead the Maryland All Stars to a 111-95 victory over the Pennsylvania All Stars in the Girls Mason Dixon Elite Game.
North Hagerstown's Mercedes Rideout and Riverdale Baptist's Janice Ladson scored 13 points and Parkdale's Ruth Omolola had 11 points in the win.
Dallastown's Amari Johnson scored a game high 25 points on 8-for-13 shooting to lead the Pennsylvania All Stars. Dallastown teammate Debra Hendricks scored 19 points and had eight rebounds, and Elizabeth Leiby (Brandywine Heights) added 17 points in the loss.
MVP: Jordan Henry-Sherando HS (VA)
Boys Battle for the Potomac Elite Game
Virginia Blue Ridge All Stars 114, Maryland All Stars 109, 2OT
The 2015 Boys Battle for the Potomac Elite Game was as close of a game as you could get. The score was tied at the half, after 40-minutes of regulation play and at the end of the first overtime. Finally in the second overtime period, the Virginia Blue Ridge All Stars pulled away for a 114-109 double OT victory.
The Virginia Blue Ridge All Stars were led by Sherando's Jordan Henry, who recorded a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds and was named MVP. Sherando teammate Trey Brisco had a team high 17 points, Jack Ferguson (McLean) and Shamar King (Stonewall Jackson) had 11 points each.
Douglass seniors Kyle Green (14 pts) and Trevor Johnson (13 pts) led the Maryland All Stars, while Jauvenel Leveill (Northwood) added 11 points and Lavon Randall chipped in with 10 points and a game-high 13 rebounds in the loss.
MVP: Omar Alston-Westlake HS (MD)
Boys Mason Dixon Elite Game
Maryland 110, Pennsylvania 106
Westlake's Omar Alston led the way in three statistical categories (11 rebounds, three assists, three steals) and scored 14 points to lead the Maryland All-Stars past Pennsylvania 110-106 in the Mason Dixon Elite Game. Alston was named MVP for his efforts.
Emmanuel Edmonds (Friendly) led Maryland with 15 points, while Kelvin Koonce (12 pts), Glenelg's Darryl Williams (11 pts), Meade's Jerry Washington (11 pts), Annapolis' Aaron Pratt (11 pts) and Centennial's Chad Strothers (10 pts) all reached double-figures.
Pottstown's Richard Duvier led the PA Stars with a game-high 27 points and pulled down seven rebounds, while Deshawn Franklin (Camp Hill) had 15 points and eight rebounds, Bryant Quill (Pottstown) scored 13 points and Michael Coleman (Northeastern) added 12 points and eight rebounds in the loss.
MVP: Tavari Merriman-Riverdale Baptist School (MD)
Boys Battle of the Beltways Game
495 All Stars 88, 695 All Stars 84
The 495 All-Stars from the Washington area held on for an 88-84 victory over the 695 Baltimore All Stars. Riverdale Baptist's Tavari Merriman earned MVP honors by scoring a game-high 15 points on 6-for-9 shooting while dishing out a team-high three assists.
Springbrook's Donovan Walker scored 12 points, Jordan McHaney (Anacostia) added 11 points and Aaron Burton (Springbrook) pulled down a team-high seven boards.
Brian Jefferson (Mount Carmel) and Gary Blackston (Patterson) led the 695 Stars with 13 points each and Owings Mills teammates Chas Harvey and Andrew Tawiah added 10 points. Blackston grabbed seven rebounds and four steals in the loss.
MVP: Keondre Cook-Edmondson HS (MD)
Boys Mid Atlantic Showcase Game
American 124, National 98
The American All-Stars, led by MVP Keondre Cook (Edmondson) routed the National All Stars 124-98 in the Mid Atlantic Showcase Game. Cook knocked down 11-of-14 shots and finished with a game-high 25 points.
Will Jenkins (Mount Carmel) scored 19 points and Kenny Wormley (Riverdale Baptist) and Kani Cole (Edmondson) added 15 points each for the American Stars.
Cole snatched 11 rebounds, while Blair Davis (City College) dished out eight assists and Dereck Oliver (Patterson) had six assists in the victory.
Montrose Christian teammates Aaron Washington (23 pts) andKyle DePollar (20 points) led the National Stars, while Joe Hugley (Magruder) had 19 points and Malik Smith (Coolidge) had 10 points. Isaac Taylor (Montrose Christian) grabbed 11 rebounds, Tulane commit T.J. Oliver (Montrose Christian) had 10 rebounds and DePollar and Robert Montgomery (Takoma Academy) had four assists in the loss.
MVP: Malik Miller-Mercersburg Academy (PA)
Boys Battle for the DMV Game
Suburban All Stars 102, Metro All Stars 101
Malik Miller (Mercersburg Academy) connected on 10-of-14 shots, scored 25 points and pulled down 13 rebounds to lead the Suburban All Stars to a 102-101 victory in the Battle for the DMV Game. Miller was named MVP.
Jared Ruiz (Oakdale) scored 11 points, Ian Eversull (Urbana) had 10 points and Trevor Lucuona (Oakdale) dished out seven assists for the Suburban Stars.
Desha Curtis (Gwynn Park) scored 17 points, Andrew Hill (TC Williams) had 12 points, Devin Johnson (Wise) added 11 points and Anthony Tate (Takoma Academy) chipped in 10 points in the loss.
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2015 Roundball Classic Tentative Rosters
Boys Mid Atlantic Showcase Game
Boys Battle of the Beltways Elite Game
Boys Mason Dixon Elite Challenge Game
Boys Battle for the DMV Challenge Game
Boys Potomac Valley Elite Game
Boys Battle for the Potomac Elite Game
Boys Shooting Stars Game
Boys Tri State Game
Girls Mid Atlantic Showcase Game
Girls Mason Dixon Elite Game
Girls Tri State All Star Game
2015 Legends Classic Rosters
Men's Legends Classic
2015 Roundball Classic News
Official Event Game Times Finalized
Tournament Pros & Roundball Classic will give a lucky fan a chance to win $10,000
Roundball Media Day set
New 10th Anniversary Roundball Classic Logo unveiled
Legends Game Finalized
Roundball Classic date/venue finalized
The 2015 Roundball Classic will feature 11 high school all-star basketball games with selected senior players from Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Over 400 top players and coaches from the Mid-Atlantic will converge on Maryland's "Hub City" to showcase their talents. The Roundball Classic is now known as one of the largest all-star basketball events on the East Coast and annually attracts colleges scouts from all over the country.
For more information on the event, contact event director Dave Foltz at: firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 Roundball Classic Recap
Boys Mid Atlantic Showcase
Charm City 120, Capital Area 113
The Charm City bulit a big lead, but had to hold off a late rally by the Capital Area stars to pull out a 120-113 victory in the Boys Mid Atlantic Showcase.
Episcopal's Greg Malinowski (William & Mary) lost the game but claimed the MVP award for the Capital Stars. Malinowski was key to the Capital comeback with a game-high 22 points on 9-for-12 shooting, while dishing out six assists, pulling down four rebounds and swiping three steals.
Jordan McNeil (Mount St Joseph) led the Charm City squad with 16 points, Danny Shand (New Town) had 15 points and Zach Thomas (Oakdale) and Chancellor Barnard (Glenelg Country) chipped in with 12 points each.
Brandon Lindsay (Poly) and Trevis Buckhanon (Dunbar) pulled down seven boards each and Keandre Gibson (Dunbar) had a game-high seven assists.
Riverdale Baptist Tre Thomas added 20 points for the Capital All Stars and Roman Hall (Mt Zion Prep) had 16 points. Alexander Long grabbed seven rebounds and Cedrick McFadden (St. Andrews) had a game high five steals for the Capital.
2014 Charm City All-Stars 2014 Capital Area All-Stars
MVP: Greg Malinowski-Episcopal (VA)
Boys Battle of the Beltways
695 All-Stars 90, 495 All-Stars 74
Robert Davis (Marriotts Ridge) scored a game high 18 points and was named MVP while leading the 695 All Stars from Baltimore to a 90-74 victory over the 495 All-Stars from the Washington area.
The 695 stars outscored the 495 squad 46-29 in the second half to seize the victory.
Chaz Lassiter (Edmondson) had 10 points and the Dunbar tandem of Keyshawn Hampton and Justin McNair added nine points each for the winners.
North County's Corey Martin pulled down a team high six rebounds, while Lassier dished out three assists and three steals to lead the 695 stars.
Washington Dunbar's Kenneth Beckham led the 495 All Stars with 11 points, while Micah Till (Wise) and Lonnie Feldman (Blair) added eight points each. Till also had nine rebounds, three assists and two blocks in the loss.
2014 695 All-Stars 2014 495 All-Stars
MVP: Robert Davis-Marriotts Ridge (MD)
Boys Metro DMV Challenge
Metro All Stars 102, Suburban All-Stars 93
The Metro stars trailed by ten at halftime but outscored the Suburban All Stars 58-39 in the second half to pull out a 102-93 victory in the Boys DMV Elite Challenge.
Bowie's DeJuan Smith scored a game high 17 points and drilled four three-pointers to lead the Metro team to victory and earn MVP honors.
DeWayne Owens (Ballou) added 12 points and Devin Steele (Riverdale) and Evan Joiner (Gwynn Park) recorded 11 points. Van Dunston (Douglass) had nine points and seven rebounds and three blocks in the victory.
Collin Jeffery (Dominion) led led the Suburban All Stars with 15 points, while Dante Yancey (St. Marys Ryken) had 10 points, and Tony Richardson (Dominion) had a game high 11 rebounds and three blocks. Terrell Willis (Chapelgate) led the way with four assists in the loss.
2014 Metro All-Stars 2014 Suburban All-Stars
MVP: DeJuan Smith-Bowie (MD)
Boys Battle for the Piedmont Elite Game
Mason Dixon 118, Chesapeake 101
South Lakes Clayton O'Neill scored 13 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead the Mason Dixon All Stars to a 118-101 victory over the Chesapeake Stars in the 2014 Boys Battle for the Piedmont Elite Game.
DayJar Dickson (Potomac) and Liban Awl (Patriot) had 11 points each and Jamison Glover (Battlefield) and Pernell Adgei (John Paul the Great) had 10 points each. Glover added ten rebounds and five assists in the victory.
Devon Groves (Wilde Lake) and Aaron McDonald (Reservoir) led the Chesapeake All Stars with 15 points each and Chris Craft (Westlake) and Khari Jackson (Wilde Lake) had 11 points each. Craft also had six rebounds and Groves had four steals in the loss.
2014 Mason Dixon All Stars 2014 Chesapeake All Stars
MVP: Clayton O'Neill-South Lakes (VA)
Boys Potomac Valley Elite Game
American 127, National 74
The American All-Stars came out firing on all cylinders and never looked back as they rolled to a 127-74 victory in the Potomac Valley Elite Game.
Hylton's Mike Hamlin scored an event-high 23 points on 7-for-11 shooting, while also dishing out five assists and grabbing five rebounds to nab the MVP award.
Damar Bess (Blair) scored 18 points and had five assists, Eric Delvison (Pikesville) had 16 points, Andrew Lindsay (Bladensburg) had 11 points, and Michael Straham (Lake Clifton) notched 10 points in the win.
Flint Hill's Will Peterson had nine rebounds and Meade's Marcus Smith had six rebounds and three steals for the American Stars.
Clarksburg's Joshua Hardy (13 pts) and Xavier Sewell (10 pts) led the way for the National squad. Sewell also pulled down 10 rebounds in the loss.
2014 Potomac Valley American All Stars 2014 Potomac Valley National All-Stars
MVP: Mike Hamlin-C.D. Hylton (VA)
Boys Quad State Elite Game
National 127, National 74
The National All-Stars scored a Roundball Classic record 128 points on Sunday in the Quad State Elite Game. Spotswood Coach Chad Edwards led his squad to an easy 128-84 victory over the Amercian All-Stars.
Tuscarora's Jordan Roach led all scorers with 18 points on 7-for-11 shooting and was named the game's MVP.
Cameron Jackson (Handley) added 16 points, Derrick Perry (Westlake) had 12 points, Nate Windham (Chesapeake) scored 10 points. Tre Brown (Handley), Dalton Gaus (Fort Hill), Isaiah Williams (Sherando), and Matthew Woods (Riverdale) scored nine points each in the big win.
Perry had 10 rebounds, Bryce Washington (Mt Vernon) had eight rebounds and Jackson pulled down seven boards. Windham had a game high five assists and Rashad Wattie (Edmondson) had three steals.
Broad Run's Khiorie Stewart led the way for American Stars with 15 points, while Spencer Hatcher (Briar Woods) had 14 points and Ryan Lam (Briar Woods) added 10 points. Hatcher also had seven rebounds in the loss.
2014 Quad State American All-Stars 2014 Quad State National All-Stars
MVP: Jordan Roach-Tuscarora (VA)
Boys Shooting Stars Game
National 78, National 75
The National All-Stars trailed by nine at halftime, but outscored the American squad 56-44 in the seocnd half to pull out a close 78-75 victory in the Boys Shooting Stars game.
West Potomac's Joseph Richards drilled five three-pointers and led all scorers with 19 points to claim the MVP award.
Bradley Buabeng (Meade) had 12 rebounds, K.J. Daniels (Thomas Johnson) had 10 rebounds and Jack Allsopp (Fairfax) grabbed seven boards.
North Hagerstown's Isaiah Keyes led the American All-Stars with 15 points on 6-for-9 shooting, while Joel Zola (Greencastle) had 10 points. Devonte Montgomery (Waynesboro) had nine rebounds in the loss.
2014 American Shooting Stars 2014 National Shooting Stars
MVP: Joseph Richards-West Potomac (VA)
2014 Roundball Classic kicks off
While there are nearly 400 players from the region taking part in the two-day, 11-game extravaganza, Saturday’s opening three games featured several Washington County seniors.
The Blue teams got the best of the Gray teams in the first two games.
In the girls “Civil War on the Floor” opener, the Blue rallied from a deep deficit to post a 60-48 victory.
The Gray team went on an early 16-3 run that led to a 24-12 lead. The Blue team closed the first half on a 7-0 run to cut its deficit to 26-20 at halftime, and then came out in the second half and went to work in methodical fashion.
“For it being an all-star game, I thought the girls were a bit nervous in the beginning,” said Blue coach Sam Connelly.
Behind three scores by Quince Orchard’s Babette Sanmartin, the Blue got within 34-31 and eventually tied the game at 37-all with 11:30 to play in the second half.
Clear Spring’s Samantha Staley produced one free throw for a 38-37 lead and the Blue went on to build a 44-37 lead and never looked back.
South Hagerstown’s Alexis Longfellow had four points, South’s Tajaia Tillman and Berkeley Springs’ Sarah Haynes had buckets and the Blue began to widen the gap.
“We wanted to pick up the tempo in the second half, get a little looser,” said Connelly. “We found the right combos and put it in cruise control once came back and got the lead.”
Haynes scored 11 points to lead the Blue and also had five rebounds, but it was Sanmartin who won MVP honors with nine points, six rebounds and three assists.
North Hagerstown’s Crystal McLeod led the Gray with 14 points and also had five rebounds and Taylor Johnson of Tuscarora had 12.
n In the boys game, poor shooting in the early stages left both teams scratching their heads, but once St. Maria Goretti’s Jordan Heffle warmed up, the Blue team steamed its way to a 103-64 victory.
Heffle had three quick baskets to give the Blue a 17-8 lead early in the first half, and then behind eight points each from Goretti’s Isaiah Harris-Winn and North Hagerstown’s Isaiah Keyes, the Blue built a 47-35 halftime lead.
Tuscarora’s Christian Magee had a 3-pointer, followed by a deuce and then a nifty assist to Goretti’s Uvan Stewart for a bucket to open the second half to put the Blue team up 54-35.
Highland View Academy’s Ray Fisher hit a 3 and Thomas Johnson’s Jacob Renn hit for 2 to finish the run for a 59-35 lead.
“Once we got the 10-point lead, we just went out and ran, ran, ran,” said Blue coach Burnie Clutz, of Broadfording Academy. “During practice you assess who can handle the ball, who can play the perimiter and who can go inside.”
The Blue had all of the assessments checked off as each of its 14 players got into the scorebook.
Harris-Winn won player of the game honors with 16 points, four rebounds and three assists. Heffle, who came on at the end of the regular season at Goretti, hit 7 of 8 from the floor and finished with 15 points.
Broadfording’s Moni Anderson had 12, and Magee and Keyes each had 11 points. Boonsboro’s Dylan Coulter had 11 rebounds.
“They were well-mannered young kids with good character for the time we were with them,” said Clutz.
Wiliamsport’s Cameron Cross was the only Gray player in double figures with 10 points. Teammate Sterling Christy had eight points and nine boards and South Hagerstown’s Thomas Rawlings had eight rebounds and five assists.
“There are not a lot of X’s and O’s in an all-star game,” said Gray coach Ryan Grabill of Williamsport. “The main thing is to find equal playing time and have some fun. The goal is to have fun.”
The Roundball Classic concludes Sunday with eight more games, beginning at 9:30 a.m.
2014 Roundball Classic Rosters
Boys Mid-Atlantic Showcase