Posted On: 03/3/18 11:06 PM
On Saturday night, The Rock beat Victory Rock 73-59 to capture the SIAA title.
The Rock beat West Oaks in a semifinal to advance while Victory Rock took down tournament host DME, both on Friday night.
In the final, The Rock never trailed in the game as junior guard Trey McCray led all scorers with 20 points taking home the MVP award.
Here is a look at the top standouts from the finals matchup.
Trey McCray (The Rock)
McCray set the tone for his group from the start of the game with 10 points as The Rock took a 13-4 lead early on. He scored seven more points to close out the first half. McCray netted only four points in the second half as his shooting fell off a little, but he was pushing the ball in transition and doing a lot for his group. He earned that MVP nod.
Madut Akec (Victory Rock)
The best player on the floor for Victory Rock all night was Madut Akec. The 6’7″ senior was held to five points in the second half but still managed to record 19 in total. He simply can envision open space on the floor before it is even there and he maneuvers his body well in the paint.
Jaden Campbell (The Rock)
Although he didn’t score in the second half, Jaden Campbell was efficient in the first half with 13 points. The 6’4″ junior enjoyed his first season with The Rock after coming down from Toronto. Campbell is a gifted shooter who makes really good decisions with the ball.
Jonathan Dos Anjos (Victory Rock)
It was a productive evening for Jonathan Dos Anjos. The 6’8″ forward capped off his prep career with 13 points. He finds his way into open spaces inside and scored plenty off second chance opportunities in this game.
Bryan Greenlee (The Rock)
Before exiting with an eye injury with about four minutes left, Bryan Greenlee was on a tear. The 6’0″ junior had nine of his 13 points in the second half which included two straight 3’s for his team. Greenlee is strong and filled with basketball IQ and interior moves.
Michael Durr/Kuany Kuany (Victory Rock)
Big men Michael Durr and Kuany Kuany combined for 13 points for Victory Rock. Durr, a 6’11” senior USF commit had seven points with some nice takes to the rack. Kuany, a 6’9″ junior scored all six of his points in the second half.
Antrell Charlton/Dardan Kapiti (The Rock)
It was a productive night for senior guard Antrell Charlton who paced McCray, Campbell and Greenlee with 10 points of his own. The 6’3″ guard had some bright moments as The Rock put the game on ice. 6’10” big man Dardan Kapiti blocked four shots late in the second half to give his side a ton of energy.