Archbishop Spalding High senior Cam Whitmore capped his high school basketball career in style Tuesday evening.
Playing in the McDonald’s All-American game, Whitmore posted a team-high 19 points for the East squad which routed the West, 105-81, in Chicago.
Whitmore, a 6-foot-6 forward, added eight rebounds and five assists in his efforts Tuesday. The Villanova University recruit was the Baltimore Catholic League’s Player of the Year for a second straight season.
Whitmore is the first local product in the prestigious McDonald’s game since former Mount St. Joseph star Jalen Smith and former John Carroll School standout Immanuel Quickley played in the 2018 match.
Quickley (Kentucky/New York Knicks) and Smith (Maryland/Indiana Pacers) combined for five points in the 2018 McDonald’s game.
Whitmore’s performance Tuesday evening came in 19 minutes of action.