Posted On: 03/19/18 12:47 PM
Prep Hoops Missouri was in Springfield, MO. for the Final Four of the Class 5 state tournament over the weekend. Webster Groves completed its mission of being repeat state champions by defeating Chaminade 101-90 for the state title on Saturday night. Columbia Rock Bridge defeated Liberty on Friday in the third place game.
Here is a look at the Class 5 All-Tournament Team
Courtney Ramey (Webster Groves): The 6’4″ 2018 guard concluded his tremendous career as a two-time state champion. In his last high school game, Ramey had 27 points, six rebounds, six assists and two steals in the state final against Chaminade. He dominated the game at both ends of the floor before fouling out with four minutes left to play. In the semifinals, he had 19 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists in an 81-61 victory over Liberty.
Jericole Hellems (Chaminade): The 6’7″ North Carolina State signee ended his stellar career with two tremendous performances in the Final Four. Hellems had 31 points, 11 rebounds and three steals in the Red Devils 80-77 victory over Rock Bridge in the semifinals. He was terrific in the second half as he rallied the Red Devils from a 16-point halftime deficit. In the championship game, he had a game-high 32 points, 10 rebounds and five assists.
Carte’are Gordon (Webster Groves): The 6’8″ Saint Louis U. signee was a dominant force in the Statesmen’s 81-61 victory over Liberty in the semifinals. Gordon was a beast in the paint as he scored a career high 40 points to go along with seven rebounds, four assists and three blocks. In the championship game against Chaminade, Gordon had a great all-around game with 16 points, nine rebounds, five assists and a game-high seven blocked shots.
Isiaih Mosley (Rock Bridge): The 6’6″ 2019 guard had 25 points, nine rebounds and three assists in the Bruins’ overtime loss to Chaminade in the semifinals. In the third place game, Mosley had 24 points, 10 rebounds and three assists in a victory over Liberty. Mosley displayed his ability to score at all three levels, including his excellent 3-point shooting range.
Jalen Lewis (Liberty): The 5’10” Washburn signee put on a prime-time shooting exhibition in the Blue Jays’ loss to Webster Groves in the semifinals on Thursday night. Lewis scored 40 points and made eight of 12 from 3-point range in what was one of the best shooting performances in the history of the state tournament. He came back to score 15 points in the loss to Rock Bridge in the third-place game.
Wright (Webster Groves): The 6’2″ 2018 guard proved to be the X-Factor for the Statesmen during their run to the championship and the Final Four was no different. Wright had 18 points and four rebounds in the semifinals victory against Liberty. He came back to score 16 points and grab five rebounds in the victory over Chaminade in the state championship game.