Justin Moore

Posted On: 12/14/18 5:00 AM

GREENBELT, MD -- As anticipated, the atmosphere was electric inside Eleanor Roosevelt High School on Thursday night. DeMatha led by 20 at halftime, and the Raiders came back to make it interesting, but ultimately lost by a final score of 83-75. Here we recap this high level contest with five takeaways. 

JUSTIN MOORE IS PLAYING LIKE AN ALL-AMERICAN

Justin Moore made a statement early in this game, scoring 12 first quarter points as the Stags opened up a 26-12 lead. Moore, who finished with a quiet 23 points, is playing his best ball at the moment and looks like a safe bet to be an all-met. But will the Villanova commit get the McDAAG nod? Only time will tell.

ISAIAH GROSS IS A DIVISION ONE PLAYER

Isaiah Gross

With his team struggling in the first half, Isaiah Gross kept them in it. He took a charge on Hunter Dickinson within the early stages of the game, but the 7-footer managed to avoid foul trouble. Gross scored 16 of his team's 28 first half points. Even with his team trailing by 20 points, he stayed positive and encouraged his teammates. Gross hit

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