. . World News – USA – Thanksgiving Hoopfest: A 15-2 final run highlights John Paul II. About Lancaster; Duncanville surpasses Ypsi Prep and 2022’s No. . 1 recruit


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20. 27 o’clock on 28. November 2020 CST – Updated at 22. 7 p.m. on 28. November 2020 CST

But the 12. The edition of the annual holiday event, this year a two-game showcase at the American Airlines Center due to COVID-19 restrictions, still packed a lot of star power.

The night began with a showdown between defending TAPPS 6A State Champion Plano John Paul II and Lancaster, a UIL 5A State Tournament qualifier from last season. Both teams are in No.. 1 in the state in their classification by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches this season.

Texas A&M signatory Manny Obaseki scored 16 points at team level, leading John Paul II to a 61-56 win.

Long-range shooting helped John Paul II. to build his biggest head start of the night at the beginning of the second quarter between 25 and 17 o’clock. A&M Texas signatory Wade Taylor IV did his best to keep Lancaster afloat. He scored 13 points in the first two quarters and eventually pulled his team before settling for a 37:32 half-time deficit.

Taylor and the Tigers appeared to have broken through and gained control, taking them 54:46 in the middle of the fourth quarter. Then John Paul II returned. Back to the 3-point line.

Four consecutive marks from the deep, the latter two courtesy of Texas Tech signatory Jaylon Tyson, gave John Paul II the lead with one minute (58:54) left. A dribble move behind the back and Obaseki’s dunk rounded off a 15-2 final run and the victory of John Paul II. From.

Tyson had 13 points with 10 rebounds and Cameron Corhen added 10 points for John Paul II. For Lancaster, Taylor recorded a game high of 21 points and Elijah Hughey contributed 12.

While both teams appeared to be in good shape on the pitch, evidence of the coronavirus pandemic could not be ignored.

In addition to minimal attendance and the lack of availability of players and coaches for media interviews, the John Paul II players wore masks both on and off the pitch throughout the competition. And then there was Lancaster, who was late replacing the event and was the power station of the St. . Marks is due to COVID-19.

At the second stop of Emoni Bates’ Junior National Tour, No.. 1 recruit in Class of 2022 and Ypsi Prep Academy in Michigan climb into the AAC for a showdown with Class 6A, State No.. 1-tier Duncanville on Saturday night.

But while Bronny James and the Californian Sierra Canyon left Duncanville behind at the Hoopfest Signature Contest a year ago, this time it was Duncanville who had the last laugh at the Out-of-Towers.

After posting the night’s biggest deficit at 61:54 in the middle of the fourth quarter, Duncanville finished the race 17-3 in the final minutes to a 79:65 win over the Ball Boys achieve.

Junior C.. . J. . Ford scored 13 points for the Panthers, including the start 3 pointer with three minutes remaining. SMU pledge Zhuric Phelps added 13 points and six assists, highlighted by a theft (one out of five on the night) and dunk, who took a 71-63 lead.

Ron Holland from Duncanville, the No.. 1 Texas recruit in the 2023 class who scored 18 points, 16 rebounds and put the finishing touches to the last minute win with a thundering dunk. Sam Houston State Promise Damon Nicholas and Senior Juan Reyna also posted double-digit results for Duncanville at 20 and, respectively. 12 points.

Bates, who was signed to the State of Michigan, led the Ypsi Prep Academy with 28 points, 18 of them in the second half. Michigan State signatory Jaden Akins added 12 points.

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