The National Prep School Invitational continues with nine games today. We’ll be updating the results all day for the 14 hours we’ll be in the Murray Center at Rhode Island College.
Friday, January 31st
9:00 – Lee Academy (ME) (65) vs Mt. Zion Academy (MD) (72)
Romone Saunders had 12 points and seven rebounds and 6’8 Zacarry Douglas added 11 to lead the winners. Lee’s 6’5 Dusan Majstorovic (Serbia) scored 17 points and gabbed 13 rebounds (five offensive). 6’8 Petar Kutlesic also had a double-double for Lee (11 points, 11 rebounds).
10:30 – Canterbury (CT) (54) vs GB Academy (Czech Republic) (84)
GB Academy won their first game on American soil with an easy win over Canterbury. Kristaps Gluditas, regarded as one of the top youth shooters in Europe, scored 20 points on 6-of-11 three-point shooting to lead the winners. 6’7 David Pekarek added 16 points and nine rebounds and 6’8 Yevgen Shakniuk had nine points and 10 rebounds. Temar Robinson-Herme led Canterbury with 20 points and 11 rebounds.
12:00 – West Oaks Academy Post Grad (FL) (49) vs Coastal Academy US (NJ) (62)
Earl Potts Jr. earned NetScouts Basketball Player of the Game honors as he led Coastal to the win with 13 points and ten rebounds. Kevin Little hit three three-pointers and also scored 13 points for the winners. Point guard Zach Rumph led West Oaks with 14 points as he was 10-of-16 from the foul line.
1:30 – Alma Academy (Quebec) (70) vs West Oaks Academy High School (FL) (66)
Mambi Diawarra hit 5-of-7 three-pointers en route to 25 points to lead Alma to a hard fought win. Texas A&M signee Sidy Nair continued his strong play with 17 points, hitting 3-of-5 three-pointers, with three assists and two steals for West Oaks. 7’1 Asas Osama (Egypt) added 13 points, six rebounds, four steals and two blocks for West Oaks. Cincinnati, Louisville, Indiana and a hot of high-majors are looking at Osama.
3:00 – St Johns NW Military (WI) (42) vs Notre Dame Prep (MA) (59)
C.J. Vaughn connected on 5-of-12 three-pointers to lead Notre Dame to the win with 19 points. Jarvis Garrett, who is expected to make a college decision shortly (Rhode Island and Marquette appear to be the leaders), added 16 points, eight assists and four rebounds against only two turnovers. Ryan Taylor led St. John’s with 14 points.
4:30 – South Kent School (CT) (63) vs New Hampton School (NJ) (67)
6’5 Aubrey Dawkins scored 28 points, including four three-pointers to lead New Hampton. 6’8 Dusan Perovic scored 16 points for South Kent while Jordan Strawberry added 14.
6:00 – Blair Academy (NJ) (62) vs Canarias Basketball Academy (Spain) (75)
Chris Tang scored 17 points and hit three three-pointers to lead Canarias to the win. Mike Silverthorn hit five three-pointers on the way to 19 points for Blair.
7:30 – Worcester Academy (MA) (74) vs Tabor Academy (MA) (63)
6’6 Tyreik McCauley (Worcester) scored 18 points, grabbed 17 rebounds and was named the Player of the Game. 6’10 Matt Cimino added 14 points and ten rebounds for the winners. 6’8 Jesse Bunting led Tabor with 15 points and eight rebounds.
9:00 – Wilbraham & Monson (MA) (63 ) vs Bridgton Academy (ME) (51)
6’6 Marcel Pettway won Player of the game honors with a 12-point, 16-rebound effort. Indiana recruit Max Hoeztel added 12 points, connecting on both his three-pointers while UNLV bound Goodluck Okonobh had 13 points and five rebounds. Bridgton was led by a 27 point performance from 6’2 Rayon Miller (Canada).
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