Heading into the final games of the night, Liberty Heights and Northside Christian battled it out.  Liberty Heights came in with a ton of talent but Northside Christian is a team that has some young guys that are big time competitors, so this looked to be an interesting battle.

Liberty Heights came outs strong but Northside didn't let their early run get to them, as they battled right back in, as these teams were attacking and getting after it; bodies were going all over the court. 

In the second half, Liberty Heights started to showcase and just show they had too much firepower on the floor, increasing their lead to double-digits and continuing to add increase it to 20+ points in the third quarter.

From then on, Liberty Heights was able to cruise to an 85-60 victory.

Final: Liberty Heights 85 – Northside Christian 60

Top Scorers:
Liberty Heights:
PJ Edwards 18 points
Elijah Jamison 17 points
Justin Brown 12 points

Northside Christian:
Wesley Tubbs 20 points
Glynn Hubbard 13 points
Noel Tesfa 7 points

Standouts:

2023 Wesley Tubbs (Northside Christian): Tubbs is going to be an intriguing prospect as he continues to grow and develop his overall game, but as a 6'7 wing-type prospect that can handle, initiate the offense, and get to his spots inside the arc, he was their most consistent threat on the night.

2022 Elijah Jamison (Liberty Heights): Jamison is one of the better point guards in the state especially with how he can get to the paint, score when there or set up others.  He simply is an aggressive guard that excels in the open floor and plays with such a nice blend of setting up others and scoring.

2021 Glynn Hubbard (Northside Christian): Hubbard was solid in seeing the floor, dissecting defenses, using his quickness to get around defenders, and getting to the paint and basket.  Such a shifty guard on in the open floor and in the halfcourt, showing more of his scoring ability in the second half.

2021 Justin Brown (Liberty Heights): Coming in in the second half, Brown was simply fearless on the court, as the guard attacked defenders and the rim, finished strong and over defenders, and knocked down shots from the perimeter, finishing with 12 points in the win.

Note: 2021 PJ Edwards (Liberty Heights) deserves credit as well with his play, leading the charge with 18 points and knocking down jumpers.