Posted On: 10/30/21 11:01 PM

Post & Pivot yet again hosted a phenomenal event that brought together players from around the area, boys and girls, for some unique match ups for a good cause. While the Girls 2023 comeback win versus 2022 was the best game of the day, there were plenty of great individual performers on the boys side as the class of 2024s beat the 2025s and 2022s took down the 2024s.


Ryan Williams Ryan Williams 6'3" | PG Malvern Prep | 2024 State PA took home the MVP award, leading all scorers with an efficient 24 points to go along with 6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 5 steals. More so known for his scoring at all 3 levels, Ryan racked up assists by pushing the ball ahead in transition. 2nd on the team in scoring (20 pts) and runner up for MVP was Jalil Bethea Jalil Bethea 6'0" | CG Archbishop Wood | 2024 State PA . The guard from Archbishop Wood showcased his offensive playmaking ability early on (7 asts) and defensive awareness (5 stls) too, as the Sophomores beat the Freshmen 101 to 78. Darren Williams Darren Williams 6'2" | CG Archbishop Ryan | 2024 State PA got going in the second half by pushing the ball in transition and getting to the cup, amassing 11 points & 4 assists. It’s hard for big men

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