Posted On: 12/10/18 3:00 PM

 Prep Hoops Missouri was in the house for the final day of the Webster Classic on Saturday. All three games were exciting and were one or two possessions games down the stretch. Host Webster Groves defeated CBC for the championship, Soldan defeated Lee's Summit for third place and John Burroughs edged Gateway in the third-place game.

 Here are five takeaways from the final day of the Webster Classic.

Webster Groves is still formidable

If you thought the Statesmen were going to be an easy mark after the graduation of star players Courtney Ramey and Carte'are Gordon, you would have thought wrong. Webster made a big statement by winning the championship with its come from behind victory over CBC. The Statesmen still have some good talent as well as a top coach in Jay Blossom. They have three very good 2019 guards in Tennessee State recruit Amorey Womack, 6'3" sharpshooter Ray Adams and 5'10" point guard Joe Jones, a transfer from Atlanta who was the MVP of the Tournament. They will get solid play up front from the 2019 duo of 6'7" Malachy Simpson and 6'5" Steven Wright.

 

Joe Jones is filling large shoes

 There is really no way to

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