Posted On: 02/15/20 11:00 AM

POTOMAC, MD -- Churchill and Clarksburg, two of the better teams in Montgomery County, featuring two of the DMV's top scorers met on Friday night. In a game where a combined 42 turnovers were committed, Clarksburg took control early and held on to win by a final score of 72-60. Here is a breakdown of 7 intriguing prospects from this hard-fought contest.


Everything good that happened offensively ran through Goings. The 6-foot-4 combo guard got to his spots and was able to consistently get to the basket and either finish, draw contact, or kick it to a teammate. Goings used his length to barricade passing lanes defensively, picking up 4 steals as a result of his effort. 


Lee missed some makeable shots around the basket, but it was encouraging to see him continue to attack the rim instead of settling for jumpers. Despite his relative lack of production on offense, he did make both of his free throws and collect 4 rebounds. Lee played at a good pace and stayed engaged in the game on both ends of the floor. 


Prather played a great

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