Matt Bracken reports on Tracking The Terps
Sterling Gibbs warmed up for the New Jersey state playoffs this weekend with a dominant performance in the 65th Essex County Tournament championship. The Maryland-bound point guard scored a game-high 24 points to lead Seton Hall Prep to a 70-52 win over Irvington in the title game. “Sterling was a senior that was determined to get one today,” Irvington coach Eugene Robinson said. “He was the best player on the floor and he willed his team to a victory.”Gibbs did it with a flourish, too, opening his team’s scoring each quarter with a 3-pointer and sank another at a critical point in the second quarter.
With Stoglin’s numbers exploding, the addition of Faust and Gibbs will solidify the Terps backcourt for years.
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