Continuing through the day, GBC and DCT Elite battled it out on Court 1 in what looked to be a good matchup.  But DCT Elite came out strong in the first half, pushing the tempo, playing north and south, and getting out in transition for easy buckets.  They were also all over the boards, creating second-chance opportunities, and eventually taking a 20+ point lead in the first half. DCT Elite continued to play their game and increase their lead, as there was just too much athleticism and firepower.  Both teams wanted to get up and down in the second half but this game looked to be in hand.  DCT Elite took home the 92-55 win.

DCT Elite:
Chance Morrow 15 points
Antonio Perkins 15 points
Jaylen Hodges 12 points

Asa White 12 points
Griffin Hines 12 points
Tarice Mason 11 points


2023 JJ Moore (DCT Elite): Moore was one to remember this summer and he continues to impress with his play.  He was excellent in the open court, pushing the tempo and putting the defenders back on their heels with his speed.  He attacked and found success in passing to his teammates but also penetrating the lane and scoring.

2022 Chance Morrow (DCT Elite): At 6’6, he uses his size very well in multiple areas.  He loves to get out and run but he shows that he can pop out with his outside and perimeter game, but also showcased his motor on the boards and simply never giving up on the boards.  Love the energy that he brings to the floor.

2021 Griffin Hines (GBC): It was a tough outing overall for GBC but Hines had some solid moments, especially picking up in the second half.  He has a good ability to stretch the defense and pull his shot from deep, being a threat with range but also knocked down jumpers as well.