"It's All About The Game"
Capital Classic, in 39th form, set for tomorrow
Ron Bailey, Publisher
The 'Cap' soldiers on, in expanded format.
April 20, 2012 - Tomorrow T.C. Williams High School’s
newly refurbished gym will host an event that has boasted some of the
best players in basketball over 38 years – the Capital Classic.
Normally an event when soon-to-be graduated high school boys are the focus,
this year’s ‘Cap’ also presents similarly situated girls.
Girls Game #1 – Maryland vs Virginia 12p
Seth Allen is already rocking Maryland's colors.
Of particularly interest to supporters of the Washington area’s
largest university: Four- fifths of Maryland’s incoming men’s
freshman class are set to participate, while another student athlete who
may become a Terp will also strap on his basketball boots.
The player who may be a Terp is Sam Cassell, Jr., a 6’2”
guard from Baltimore, MD. It’s either Maryland, Pitt, or USF for
Cassell. See Twitter’s @ronbailey19
for supposition of his decision.
Lacing them up with future league opponents was called “real exciting” by Mike Toby, a 6’10”, 210 pound frontcourt player from New York. “All of these guys except Andrew (White, 6’4”, 190 pound swingman headed to Kansas) and Sam have committed to our league”.
Many other talented players, female and male will participate. Come on down to T.C. Williams, Alexandria, VA’s flagship high school, to witness them all.
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