St Augustine vs Bishop Eustace Basketball

St. Augustine Prep’s Marlon Hargis #20 drives to hte basket against Bishop Eustace’s Nathan Carpenter #1 during the first half of the South Jersey Non-Public Final basketball game at Jackson Liberty High School in Jackson, NJ. Tuesday, March 7, 2017. (The Press of Atlantic City / Edward Lea Staff Photographer)

Marlon Hargis won the Most Valuable Player award has the St. Augustine Prep boys basketball team defeated Cimmaron Memorial of Nevada, 76-60, to win the Governor’s Division of the Torrey Pines Holiday Classic in Carlsbad, California on Saturday night.

Hargis, a 6-foot-7 senior, scored 19 points and grabbed seven rebounds in the win. Junior point guard Jordan Kendrick sank 4 of 5 3-point attempts, scored 19 points and had four steals and three assists. Hermits junior forward Charles Solomon scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds and made the All-Tournament team.

St. Augustine (5-1) is No. 4 in The Press Elite 11 ranking.

Cimmaron Memorial 19 10 16 15 — 60

St. Augustine 17 21 17 21 — 76

CM – Phillips 6, Sigelton 7, Long 2, Harrell 1, Tribble 30, Washington 14

SA – Vanderslice 5, Kendrick 19, Stoll 10, Solomon 15, OTA 5

3-pointers – CM – Tribble (3), Sigelton; SA. Vanderslice, Kendrick (4), Hargis.

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