Saints Basketball Stands Out at MLK Classic Tournament
Saints Basketball Stands Out at MLK Classic Tournament
Jake Myers

St. Andrew's varsity boys basketball team traveled to Glasgow High School in Newark, Delaware on Monday afternoon to participate in the Martin Luther King Basketball Classic, an annual mini-tournament held in celebration of the life of Dr. King. The Saints competed against New Jersey's Salem High School. The team hit the court running and refused to let up, ultimately winning the contest by a final score of 60-41. Adrian Watts '20 led all scorers with 22 points, making seven field-goals and sinking another eight shots from the charity stripe. Lamar Duncan '20 and Brandon Graves '22 each added 13 points of their own while Nnamdi China-Anyanka chipped in ten.

As of January 23, the Saints boast an 8-3 record. The team will look for their ninth win of the 2018-19 campaign on January 31, when they play host to Wilmington Friends School. Tip-off is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.


St. Andrew's Box Score:

Duncan (6 1-1 13)

Lauer (0 0-0 0)

Potter (0 2-2 2)

Graves (5 2-2 13)

Odutola (0 0-0 0)

Cahill (0 0-0 0)

Kelly (0 0-0 0)

Chapman (0 0-0 0)

Watts (7 8-10 22)

McKee (0 0-0 0)

Greenstreet-Akman (0 0-0 0)

Chima-Anyanka (5 0-1 10)