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Short-handed All*Stars go 2-2 in tourney
Scotts All*Stars went 2-2 at a tournament March 22-24 in Charlotte, N.C. - photo by Photo provided.

Despite leaving five players behind, Scott’s All*Stars went 2-2 in its first tournament March 22-24 in Charlotte, N.C.
The All*Stars were without the players due to academic performance. According to coach Marcus Scott, a player is required to maintain an 80 grade average; those who don’t are required to sit out two games. Students will have until progress report to bring up their averages.  
“I am confident that their grades will increase,” Scott said. “For all three years of the program, our program GPA has been an 87.  Hopefully that will increase this year.”
Scott said that overall, the All*Stars had a good tournament. Two games were televised. The team also had record-setting performances by many players. Christian Bass averaged a double-double with points and rebounds, Marcus Scott V had seven 3-pointers in one game, and Jaylen Jackson scored a career-high 40 points in a game.  
“I am proud of all the boys for their hard work and looking forward to a productive season,” coach Scott said.     

Game results
Scott’s All*Stars 67, Asheville Stars 54
Points: Jaylen Jackson 21, Christian Bass 17, Marcus Scott 16, Keyshawn Robinson 7, Zach Moser 6

Scott’s All*Stars 79,
PSB Select 75
Points: Jaylen Jackson 40, Marcus Scott 22, Christian Bass 10, Zach Moser 4, Keyshawn Robinson 3

Charlotte Jets 59,
Scott’s All*Stars 55
Points: Marcus Scott 24, Christian Bass 14, Jaylen Jackson 9, Zach Moser 2, Jalen Pray 2, Chalique Beacoat 2, Josh Washington 2

Low Country
Running Rebels 80,
Scott’s All*Stars 43
Points: Marcus Scott 26, Josh Washington 5, Christian Bass 4, Jaylen Jackson 3, Keyshawn Robinson 3, Derion Williamson 2,

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