Unknowns and Undervalued

Posted On: 02/20/19 11:13 AM

ARLINGTON, VA -- After going into halftime tied at 29, Wakefield outscored Rock Ridge 24-9 in the third quarter, and ultimately won last night's regional contest by a final score of 79-60. Here we recap this postseason matchup by highlighting five intriguing prospects.

BRODY KARTON | 6'4 SF | WAKEFIELD ‘19

Karton used his big body to effectively deny Fitch in the late stages of the first half and throughout a majority of the second half. He also made smart plays with the ball offensively, and was adept at helping penetrate the opponents zone. Karton was aggressive in seeking contact and earned several free throw attempts.

ALEX FITCH | 6'4 SF | ROCK RIDGE ‘19

Fitch took advantage of the room he was given in the early part of the game. He got seven three-point attempts up in the first half and hit four. Fitch showcased a smooth release from the catch and deep range. Defensively, he was active in the zone and showed a nose for the ball. Fitch recorded several deflections and had 3 steals. He did struggle to create separation off the dribble against bigger defenders, and was visibly frustrated at times throughout

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