Posted On: 01/16/20 10:30 AM

Wednesday night served as a chance to see two Sarasota squads battle it out.

Riverview traveled to Southeast and picked up a 63-52 victory.

It was close for much of the way as the home side Seminoles battled but it was Riverview who pulled away in the fourth quarter to earn the win.

Here is a look at the standouts from the outing.

Jason Jackson (Riverview)

The best scoring threat for Sarasota Riverview was 2023 6'2" guard Jason Jackson. With a team-best 11 points, he was vocal and decisive with the ball. Jackson is a smooth attacker and someone who has patience in sets and takes smart shots. A few times, he got stuck in the corner and found himself in trouble, but as the game went on he never backed down. Jackson is oozing with upside and I think by year's end, he'll be one of the top freshmen in the state.

Maleek Huggins (Southeast)

A red hot second quarter for 2021 5'11" Southeast guard Maleek Huggins kept his group right in the game down just three points at the break. He had 11 of his game-high 16 points in that second quarter and got into good areas to finish with mid-range

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