District rules again in Crab Classic

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Washington tops Baltimore in senior all-star basketball match; Douglas scores 21 (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS HERE!!)

MORSELLPHOTOS by Jimmy Fields Sr.

For the fourth straight time, the road team tasted victory in the Crab Ball Classic as the District defeated Baltimore, 126-114, at St. Frances Academy's Phelps Gym. Luka Garza had 27 points and 13 rebounds for D.C., and Melo Eggleston added 20 points, eight rebounds and four assists.

Garza, a 6-foot-10 center from Maret School in the District, was the named the game's Most Valuable Player. Garza will play for the University of Iowa next season.

Aberdeen forward Myles Douglas finished with 21 points and seven rebounds for Baltimore, and St. Maria Goretti's Elijah Clarence had 20 points and three assists. De'Vondre Perry, who led Poly to the Class 3A state title, finished with 15 points and a team-best nine rebounds.

Eggleston, a Wake Forest recruit, won the slam dunk contest over St. Frances freshman Jordan Toles. 


at St. Frances Academy

Washington 126, Baltimore 114

Washington - Jamir Moultrie 4, Michael Speight 8, Melo Eggleston 20, Quinton Drayton 11, Luka Garza 27, David Oliveras 8, Deion Hammond 19, Daron Barnes 6, Eddie Scott 9, Tariq Johnson 2, Tim Jones 4, Anthony Duruji 8. Totals 52 14-17 126

Baltimore - Elijah Clarence (St. Maria Goretti) 20, Myles Douglas (Aberdeen) 21, Darryl Morsell (Mount St. Joseph) 5, Eral Penn (St. Frances) 9, De'Vonde Perry (Poly) 15, Jalen Saddler (Aberdeen) 10, Christian Chong-Qui (McDonogh School) 4, George Sydnore (St. Frances Academy) 9, Andre Rafus (Lake Clifton) 14, Ross Jones (Friends School) 7. Totals 48 12-20 114.

Washington 64 62 - 126

Baltimore 62 52 - 114 


Last Updated (Monday, 20 March 2017 07:06)



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