Top Performances: Day 2 of the state tournament (1A-3A)

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Posted On: 03/6/18 9:19 PM

On Tuesday, three finals were played in Lakeland, two apiece in Classes 1A, 2A and 3A. Six semifinals will go down on Wednesday in 4A, 5A and 6A.

Results –

1A: Wildwood 62, Blountstown 56

2A: Miami Christian 59, Impact Christian 46

3A: Orlando Christian Prep 66, Ft. Myers Canterbury 48

Here are the top performers from the second day of the tournament.

Marcus Niblack/Darion Wilson (Wildwood)

After rallying Wildwood in the semifinal against Madison on Monday, senior Darion Wilson and sophomore Marcus Niblack did it again to win a state title. Wilson scored 23 points while Niblack had 22 points. They both made clutch jumpers throughout.

KK Godwin/Denzel Washington (Blountstown)

Senior Gulf Coast State commit KK Godwin led his side with 23 points. He kept the Tigers afloat for much of the game even when things looked bleak. His senior counterpart Denzel Washington pitched in with 13 points.

Nassir Little/CJ Walker/Ronaldo Segu/Dejuan Lockett (Orlando Christian Prep)

The Orlando Christian Prep crew played an all-around team game to win its second straight state title. Junior forward CJ Walker led his side with 14 points while seniors Nassir Little and Ronaldo Segu had 10 points and Dejuan Lockett added 10 of his own. Other seniors Jordan Goodson and Jordan Rodriguez each had nine points. It was a true team gameplan from the Warriors.

Neftali Alvarez/Aaron Gedeon/Jeff Hernandez/Marcelo Perez (Miami Christian)

Four seniors did everything they could to guide Miami Christian to its second consecutive state title. Aaron Gedeon and Neftali Alvarez each recorded 12 points while Jeff Hernandez and Marcelo Perez pitched in with 10 points. The Victors were down for a portion of the first half but continued to fight back and started to pull away.

Berrick Jeanlouis (Canterbury)

Senior South Alabama commit Berrick Jeanlouis hustled for his Cougars from start to finish. He had a high flying dunk, block in transition and did all he could to produce a team-high 18 points. Jeanlouis is athletic and long and can get to the rim with ease.

Mike Cole/Jordin Jackson (Impact Christian)

Led by senior forward Mike Cole and his 17 points, Impact Christian played hard against Miami Christian. Cole was essential as an inside presence. Sophomore guard flashed his playmaking and attacking ability with 11 points.

3A Final

2A Final

1A Final