Public-Private Showcase is set for Saturday at Duchesne

Public-Private Showcase is set for Saturday at Duchesne

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The Public vs. Private Showcase event will be held on Saturday, Dec. 12 at Duchesne High in St. Charles. The triple-header will feature six excellent teams from the St. Louis area and Mid-Missouri.

Here is a preview of the Showcase.

DeSmet vs. Rock Bridge, 3 p.m. – DeSmet returns a strong nucleus, led by 6’8″ junior Ryan Stipanovich, who has received several Division I offers. Senior guard Dillon Gilkey is a potent backcourt scorer and 6’7″ Rick Hill is an excellent rebounder and shot blocker. Rock Bridge is led by guard Jack Cooper, Kansas State football recruit Tre Williams, 6’6″ junior Eysan Wiley and standout freshman Isiaih Mosley.

Hazelwood Central vs. Whitfield, 4:30 p.m. – Hazelwood Central is coming off of the championship of the Vianney Tournament. The Hawks are led by 6’6″ senior Xavier Sneed, who is averaging 22 points a game. The Hawks also feature 6’6″ senior Dominique Dobbs, 5’10 senior Steve Holloway and 6’2″ sophomore guard Shaun Williams. Whitfield just went 2-1 in the Pattonville Tournament. The Warriors are led by 6’5″ sophomore standout Torrence Watson, who has received several collegiate offers already. Whitfield also features 6’5″ senior DeVaughn Rucker and 6’0″ guard Bryce Barry.

Duchesne vs. Father Tolton, 6 p.m. – Father Tolton from Columbia, Mo., features one of the nation’s top prep players in Michael Porter, Jr. (pictured). The 6’9″ Porter has received offers from virtually every major program, including Duke, Kentucky and Kansas. Also in the lineup is Porter’s brother, 6’10” sophomore Jantay Porter, who has already committed to Washington. Junior Isaiah Wilson is one of the top point guards in the state’s Class of 2017. Duchesne will be led by 5’11” senior Ryan Briscoe, who recently committed to Quincy University. Briscoe is already averaging 24 points a game.

Proceeds from this Saturday’s showcase will go to the Because We Care Foundation.

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