Posted On: 06/27/19 9:31 PM

The annual SEBA Summer League in South Tampa wrapped up on Thursday with a pair of thrilling semifinal matchups and a finals victory for one of the top teams in the area.

Semifinal scores: Tampa Catholic outlasted a scrappy Wharton bunch 56-54 while Tampa Prep rallied back late to beat a disciplined Jesuit group 69-62 in single overtime.

Final score: Tampa Catholic won its second straight SEBA Summer League title with a convincing 65-49 victory over host Tampa Prep.

Here is a look at the standouts by team.

Length and speed is key for Tampa Catholic

With former Tampa Catholic star and current New York Knicks forward Kevin Knox watching, the Crusaders looked the part as the team to beat in the Tampa Bay area. 2020 6'4" guard Kobe Knox (the younger brother of Kevin) played the hardest I have seen yet. He was dunking with ease out on the break with one hand, attacking the rim, fighting for loose balls and most importantly taking smart jumpers. 2020 6'8" forward Johni Broome continues his dominant inside play with his pure length and willingness to work down low. He's also become more vocal as of late. 2020 6'4" guard/forward Alijah Harrison proved his 3-point

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