Beckley, W.VA. — The Little General All-Stars, led by four WVU signees, defeated the Crossroads Chevy All-Stars 98-92 in overtime at the Scott Brown Classic on Saturday night.
Mountaineers signee Devin Williams of Montverde (Fla.) Academy, was named MVP with 24 points and 15 rebounds. He was 11-of-26 from the field including a put-back dunk with 37 seconds left that tied the game at 85.
From there, Crossroads held the ball for the final possession, where Andrew Johnson stripped Tennessee signee Travon Landry to force a shot-clock violation. Morgantown High’s Nathan Adrian missed wide left on a half-court heave as the game went into overtime.
Adrian, another signee for the Mountaineers, scored 13 points, as he played more on the perimeter than he normally does.
“It was nice to be on the outside today and not getting beaten up down low for a change,” Adrian said.
WVU signee Elijah Macon, of Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H., added a double-double with 21 points and 10 boards. Brandon Watkins put in 10 points and grabbed six rebounds as all four signees reached double figures in scoring.
Moses Kingsley, who will be going to Arkansas, led Crossroads with 22 points and 15 rebounds.
Baylor signee Dominic Woodson, who WVU will be seeing at least twice a year, added 13 points. Donte Clark added 15 points and eight boards, while Ahmad Fields added 11.
Martinsburgh HIgh’s Donte Grantham, who received an offer from WVU last week, finished with nine points and six rebounds.
Before the game, QJ Peterson won the dunk contest, which was judged by WVU guards Eron Harris and Terry Henderson. Ryan Meadows won the 3-point contest.
— C.J. Ricker