Prelim Game Lacks Flash, Players Seeking Colleges
Have to say, no one made much of an impression in the layup-and-dunk prelim game as the District All-Stars beat their suburban counterparts, 131-128. Progressive Christian fifth-year guard Jasper Williams led all scorers with 23 points. He was one of only a handful of players in the game with a college scholarship already, having signed with Chattanooga. Vermont recruit Jordan Clarke of Good Counsel added 20 points and eight rebounds. For the Suburban team, Gwynn Park's Harold Washington - who recently committed to Quinnipiac, had 22 points and Northeastern recruit Erik Etherly of Annandale had 21.
Among those still seeking a place to play next season, colleague Alan Goldenbach has the roundup here. Most notable: O'Connell center Frank Ben-Eze could be teammates with sharpshooter Stephen Curry? Also, he passes along that Springbrook second-team All-Met guard C.J. Garner said after the Capital Classic he has received an offer from Niagara. The Purple Eaghles are coached by former DeMatha assistant Joe Mihalich, who is assisted by Gonzaga alum Akbar Waheed.
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