Posted On: 02/6/19 8:00 AM

OXON HILL, MD -- There was a good sized crowd on hand for Oxon Hill's matchup with Potomac last night. The Wolverines avenged their loss earlier in the season by recording a compelling 72-51 win over the Clippers. Here we recap this highly anticipated contest by highlighting five takeaways.


Sincere Jones has been a steady presence at the point for Potomac this season, and he was once again a standout last night. The unsigned senior, who came off the bench in this game, made an impact on both ends as soon as he checked into the game and continued to do so throughout the evening. Jones pumped in 18 points and showcased an impressive skill set to go along with good body control, strength, and the ability to finish through contact.


2020 forward Elijah Crawford is so much fun to watch. Listed at 6-foot-3, Crawford plays much bigger as a result of his long limbs and is an exceptional defender both on the perimeter and in the paint. The athletic junior scored an efficient 11 points and contributed with several deflections, blocks, and steals. 


Corey Dyches has arguably been the best

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