Review: Class 3 Final Four Standouts

High School

Posted On: 03/14/18 11:00 AM

In a very competitive Final Four featuring a quartet of teams of state championship quality, it was Hogan Prep who emerged as the top dogs after their 63-58 victory over Charleston in the state-championship game. Mountain Grove took home third place after its 67-53 victory over defending champion Northwest Academy.

Here is a look at the Prep Hoops Missouri Class 3 All-Final Four Team

Co-Most Outstanding Players

Damien Daniels 5’8″ Hogan Prep: The little big man of Kansas City concluded his stellar career with a state championship. He scored a team-high 20 points in the victory over Charleston in the state finals. In the semifinals, Daniels had an impressive 20 points, five rebounds, five assists and nine steals in a victory over Northwest Academy.

Demarcus Sharp 6’2″ Charleston: The 2018 stat-sheet stuffer had 23 points, 10 rebounds and two assists in the championship game against Hogan Prep. In the semifinals, Sharp turned in a dominant performance in a victory over Mountain Grove with 31 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, four steals and four blocked shots.


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Rahsaan Collins 5’9″ Hogan Prep: The 2018 guard was an unsung hero for the state champions with 14 points, four rebounds, five assists and two steals in the championship game against Charleston. He added 11 points, five rebounds and six assists in the semifinals against Northwest Academy.

Mardareyon Clark 6’4″ Charleston: The 2018 forward had 23 points and five rebounds in the championship game against Hogan Prep. Clark also had 17 points and nine rebounds in the victory over Mountain Grove in the semifinals. The slender post player has been a scoring machine for the past two seasons.

Dylan Massey 6’4″ Mountain Grove: The 2019 forward had 26 points and 10 rebounds in a victory over Northwest Academy in the third-place game. He also had a big game with 19 points and 19 rebounds in the losing cause against Charleston in the semifinals.

Jamarr Williams 6’7″ Northwest Academy: The 2018 post player had 18 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks in the loss to Hogan Prep in the semifinals. He added 13 points in the third-place game against Mountain Grove.