Posted On: 01/6/19 3:20 PM

The annual William Lawson Jr. Classic was held at Petersburg High this past weekend. The event honoring legendary Petersburg Crimson Wave coach, William Lawson Jr., the most winningest coach in PHS history, features several squads from all over Virginia, competing in a day of action. Saturday's event featured 6 games. Here's some takeaways from the exciting day of hooping. 

The Home Team
Let's begin with the home team. The played in the final game of the day, in front of a packed house. The night before, the Petersburg Crimson Wave defeated crosstown rival, the Dinwiddie Generals, by a score of 85-51. Junior guard, Milton Coles Jr., led the Crimson Wave with 30 points, including six 3-pointers, and did not take his foot off the gas heading into Saturday's competition. Coles Jr., most definitely had the smoothest jumper in the gym on Saturday. He once again was the Crimson Wave's leading scorer, with 23 last night.  Senior combo guard, D'Monte Brown, who was not in action Friday against the Generals, returned to the lineup as well last night. Brown, who can shoot the jumper, as well as finds ways to get to the rim was a great addition back into

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