Parkville’s Jones leads way as County drops City in return of annual senior boys basketball classic; Bennett named MVP for City (VIDEO HERE!)


2022 BALTIMORE COUNTY BOYS BASKETBALL SENIOR ALL-STAR TEAM


by Derek Toney

For the first time since 2019, the top senior boys basketball players in Baltimore City and Baltimore County resumed their rivalry Friday evening.

The County boys gained bragging rights with a 96-88 victory at Milford Mill Academy. Parkville’s Dorian Jones and Quentin Wells from Randallstown each scored 16 points for the County squad.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Jones, who was the league’s Player of the Year and helped Parkville to the league title and Class 4A state semifinals, was selected the game’s Most Valuable Player for the County team. 

Milford Mill’s Andrew Rheubottom and Sammy Scott each had 11 points. John Thomas from Patterson led all scorers with 33 points for the City contingent.

Edmondson’s Antwuan Bennett, who finished with 10 points, was the City team’s MVP. Bennett, a 6-foot-6 forward, led the Red Storm to the Class 1A state championship game (lost to Lake Clifton) at the University of Maryland last weekend.

Mervo’s Jamar Wilson had 12 points and Davon Mosley from Lake Clifton chipped in 11.

Lake Clifton coach Herman Harried, who won his sixth state title last weekend, guided the City team. Josh Czerski, who led Parkville to the first perfect regular season by a Baltimore County program in 20 seasons, was the County coach.

City/County All-Star game

at Milford Mill Academy

Baltimore County All-Stars 96, Baltimore City All-Stars 88

Baltimore City – John Thomas (Patterson) 33, Jamar Wilson (Mervo) 12, Davon Mosley (Lake Clifton) 11, Antwan Bennett (Edmondson) 10, London Hinton (Edmondson) 6, Malik Lewis (Benjamin Franklin) 6, Garren Edwards (Edmondson) 3, William Jones (Carver Vo-Tech) 3, Mehki Grimes (Dunbar) 2, Khaijae Wilson (Patterson) 2. Totals 32 16-26 88.

Baltimore County – Dorian Jones (Parkville) 16, Quentin Wells (Randallstown) 16, Andrew Rhuebottom (Milford Mill Academy) 11, Sammy Scott (Milford Mill Academy) 11, Tyrese Savage (Franklin) 9, Cam Bush (New Town) 7, Peter Caplan (Hereford) 6, Emezie Egenou (Parkville) 6, Marcus Nicholson (Dundalk) 6, Devin Adams (Kenwood) 3, Chris Reyes (Patapsco) 3, Karon Brown (Perry Hall) 2. Totals 38 8-15 96.  

Baltimore City 17 21 25 25 – 88

Baltimore County 23 25 24 24 – 96

2022 BALTIMORE CITY BOYS BASKETBALL SENIOR ALL-STAR TEAM

BALTIMORE CITY ALL-STAR TEAM MVP – ANTWAN BENNETT, EDMONDSON

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BALTIMORE COUNTY ALL-STAR TEAM MVP – DORIAN JONES, PARKVILLE

BALTIMORE CITY ALL-STAR TEAM MVP – ANTWAN BENNETT, EDMONDSON

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TONISHA MONTGOMERY

STAFF SPECIALIST – BALTIMORE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS

MIKE SYE

COORDINATOR OF ATHLETICS

BALTIMORE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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BALTIMORE COUNTY ALL-STAR TEAM MVP – DORIAN JONES, PARKVILLE