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Posted On: 11/28/18 7:00 PM
FAIRFAX, VA — WT Woodson recovered from a double-digit first half deficit to defeat Wakefield by a final score of 70-57. Here we recap this hard-fought contest by taking a closer look at five intriguing prospects.
Donovan Boyce recorded 13 points, 3 assists, and 1 rebound without committing a turnover in this contest. Boyce is a three-point specialist who served as a ball-handler and made good decisions throughout the game.
Ben Jensen had his personal best performance in a Woodson jersey last night, and really is quite a get for Army. Jensen recorded 27 points, knocking down a couple of threes, pulling down 9 rebounds, handing out a couple of assists, blocking shots, and hitting 10 of 12 free throws. His ability to handle the ball, space the floor, and find the open man as well as contribute defensively is a valuable asset for Woodson.
Brody Karton scored 17 points and grabbed 5 boards to lead Wakefield. The unsigned senior was skilled with the ball, using pump fakes and playing off two feet. Karton’s perimeter jumper wasn’t really falling tonight, but he definitely has his coach’s confidence to shoot if left open.
Jack Jensen was a key contributor off the bench for the Cavaliers with his presence defensively and overall activity level. Jensen blocked a couple of shots, snagged a couple of offensive rebounds, and scored 3 points. We expect his role to steadily increase over the course of the season.
Aaron Queen is a prospect that we saw for the first time, and really impressed us last night. Queen is very skilled, plays off two feet in the lane and utilizes pump fakes effectively. He finished the game with 6 points, 3 assists, 3 rebounds, 2 steals and one turnover.