Derik Queen

Posted On: 01/10/21 11:55 AM

In one of the more anticipated contests this winter, the Baltimore Panthers (comprised of St. Frances players) and Our Family (comprised of Poly players) faced off in what many would consider two of the top programs in Baltimore for bragging rights. In the end, the Black Panthers edged by with a 72-70 win. Here are some evaluations from the contest.

Bryce LindsayBryceLindsay6'2" | PGBaltimore Poly | 2022StateMD | 6’3 | Our Family ’22

Lindsay scored a game-high 22 points and refused to let his team fall behind in multiple occasions throughout this game. The sharpshooter finished with five three’s, most of which came off the dribble in transition. Lindsay had to go up against stout defensive guards in Elijah DavisElijahDavis6'0" | PGSt. Frances | 2022MD and Khyrie StatenKhyrieStaten6'2" | CGSt. Frances | 2021StateMD, but still managed to create space and drill shots with little space.

Derik QueenDerikQueen6'7" | SFSt. Frances | 2024MD | 6’8 | Black Panthers ’24

Queen has steadily progressed since first taking the floor back in the fall with this team. The 6-foot-8 freshman has become a crucial piece to their success and it showed again last night as indicated by his 19 points and

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