Posted On: 01/20/20 10:30 PM

I spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Lausanne Collegiate School for the MLK Classic that featured some of the best talent in the city of Memphis.

Overton and Northpoint Christian went down the stretch as well as Cordova and Christian Brothers, and Briarcrest and Bartlett.

Here are the top performers from the MLK Classic:

Jason Coleman, Overton: The senior point guard finished with 10 points in the Wolverines’ 50-47 win over the Northpoint Christian Trojans. Senior forward Anterrio Jeffries, who was Overton’s best player in the first half, picked up three fouls in the third quarter and didn’t return until four minutes were left in the game. Jeffries, who finished with eight points and seven blocks, picked up his fifth foul at the 3:24 mark. At that point, the game was tied 41-all.

Coleman scored six of the team’s final nine points to secure the win. He went 6 of 8 from the free throw line. Before the Wolverines had to battle to pull out the win, they had built a 32-20 lead early in the third quarter.

Jordan Frison, Overton: The freshman guard finished with 10 points.

Morgan Edwards, Northpoint Christian: Edwards had 11 points in the loss

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