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ECR’s Egan Fuels Late Rally to Shock SS-Boys
Serra’s Givens Helps SS-Girls Take Another

El Camino Real’s Montana University bound Eddie Egan’s 20 points for the boys City Section fueled s startling comeback victory over the Southern Section and Serra’s Cheyenne Givens’ 18 points staved off a late rally against the City Section at the 20th annual Collision All Star Game presented by Wooter Apparel on Saturday April 14 at Harbor College in Wilmington, CA.

The Southern Section boys led by 11 at half time 53-42 and sustained its led until six minutes in the game when Egan and Van Nuys Division II City Player of the Year Tyree Winburn caught fire against at Southern Section boys squad which had seven Division I recruits, pulled even and then away for a 101-94 victory.

Winburn finished with 14, but it was Egan’s long distance firepower that proved to be the difference, he connected on five 3-pointers and for his efforts earned the Most Valuable Player award.

Fairfax’s Jamal Hartwell II added 15, Narbonne’s Malik Muhammad scored 13 and Crenshaw’s Kevin Ebiriekwe had 12 to lead the City scoring attack.

Culver City and University of Illinois recruit Tevian Jones led the Southern boys wit 18, while Dominguez and Cal State Fullerton signee Wayne Arnold finished with 15, Pasadena and UNLV bound Bryce Hamilton chipped in with 12 and Cantwell Scared Heart and University of Texas El Paso commit Avery Martinez had 10.