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Posted On: 03/8/21 9:00 PM

The state 5A Championship Game was a clash of player types in the truest sense. Pembroke Pines Charter (FL) is a quick and athletic squad with a tendency to get in transition and play above the rim. Choctawhatchee (Fort Walton Beach), on the other hand, is full of strong, half-court style athletes who look like they could be a wrestling team just as well as a basketball squad. So, with these two opposite forced to attract, here’s how the game went:

Choctawhatchee v. Pembroke Pines Charter, Class 5A State Championship, 83-68 Pembroke Pines wins

Here were the standouts from the game:

Kolby King Kolby King 6'0" | PG Pembroke Pines | 2022 State FL , Pembroke Pines, 6’2", 2022

The junior guard was doing everything for the Jaguars in this one. King showed off his ability to finish around the basket and get above the rim to finish over Choctaw’s bigger centers. He also was able to turn unsuccessful finishes into charity stripe attempts, running up the score for his team in their dominant 15 point win. King even threw down a sick dunk at the end of the game to secure the win. He is a great floor general who keeps the ball moving on offense and can completely take over

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