Posted On: 11/4/19 6:18 AM

Last night the Mt. Carmel Fall League championship took place between the hosting Mt. Carmel Cougars and Carver Vo-Tech from Baltimore City. In a game that was really never close, the Cougars overwhelmed Carver with their skill, size and versatility at each position. Mt. Carmel ran away with a commanding 75-34 victory. Despite being outmatched, Carver played hard throughout the course of the game and had more than a handful of nicely executed plays.

Deon Perry takes control

Perry had his fingerprints all over this game as he finished with 26 points and five assists. The 5-foot-8 guard scored from all three levels and operated decently in ball-screen situations. Perry is extremely impressive in the open floor when he can showcase his lightning quick speed with the ball. Perry was an effective scorer around the rim and had multiple finishes despite being fouled. Perry has shown steady progression in improving his overall game and it was necessary as the Cougars lean heavily on his production this season.

Transfers fit in nicely

Mt. Carmel welcomes to impact transfers to this year's roster in 2021 Koralp Turk and 2022 Tobi Nnadozie. Turk is a transfer from Turkey who

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