Photo courtesy of Dean Shore At the Wake Forest Spring Game yesterday, Y'Lou Brown showed why he is one of the top offensive players in the ACC. While the quarterback situation is likely to be up in the air in the coming months, whoever wins the job will have plenty of weapons to work with if the O-Line can buy them enough time. Here are some links with the details from yesterday: W-S Journal Official Write-Up Burlington Times
Friday night, future Wake Forest point guard Tony Chennault led his team to a Pennsylvania State Championship. TC scored a team high 18 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and had 3 assists in the 65-63 victory. Neumann-Goretti ends the season as the #2 high school team in the nation according to ESPN Rise. Here's the full story and photos from Philly.com Congrats to Tony on an incredible HS career!
Raiders senior center Carson Desrosiers scored with 5 seconds to play to cap a frantic final and lift Central Catholic to a scintillating 56-55 victory and the third D1 title in school history. The 6-11 Desrosiers, who’ll head to Wake Forest in the fall, scored a game-high 26 points in a rematch of the 2008 final, also won by Central. CC rallies to tip St. John's
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