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Stars Don't Shine, KIMA Kisses Victory

It was quite a night Tuesday at sixth-ranked Montrose Christian, as the sixth-ranked Mustangs lost to D.C. public charter school KIMA, 44-43, as junior point guard Kareem Storey made a free throw with no time left then blew a kiss to the crowd.

Here's the video:

As for the top players in the game:

Montrose Christian All-Met forward Josh Hairston, who has signed with Duke, had 11 points and eight rebounds while being matched against KIMA forward Jonathan Arledge most of the night. Arledge, who has signed with George Mason, had six points and seven rebounds. KIMA forward Eugene McCrory, who has committed to Seton Hall, also had six points with eight rebounds. Montrose Christian sophomore Justin Anderson, widely regarded as one of the top players in his class, was scoreless.

Here's Storey talking about the kiss:

By Josh Barr  | March 9, 2010; 11:13 PM ET
Categories:  Basketball, Duke, Eugene McCrory, George Mason, Josh Hairston, KIMA, Montrose Christian, Seton Hall  
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