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High-scoring pair sparks Wesley Chapel over Jesuit
By BRYAN BURNS
Published December 23, 2005
TAMPA - Wesley Chapel's tandem of Ashley Thomas and Saladeem Dewberry combined for 51 points to lead the Wildcats to a 74-68 victory over Jesuit in the championship game of the Leto Holiday Classic.
Ashley, who had a game-high 28 points, hit eight straight free throws in the fourth quarter to ice the game for Wesley Chapel (9-3). Jesuit (9-3) took the lead briefly at 58-57 with just under five minutes to play, but was outscored 17-10 the rest of the way.
Dewberry scored on several dunks and alley-oops and was named tournament MVP. He had 23 points and 11 rebounds.
"This is a big victory for us," Dewberry said. "We started out shaky this season with Ashley getting hurt, but for us to get better as a team is big."
Ashley sprained his ankle a week before the season and is still not 100 percent, according to coach Doug Greseth.
Jesuit led 18-15 after the first quarter and was up 22-15 until the Wildcats went on an 11-0 run late in the second quarter. Thomas Kaiser led the Tigers with 25 points and Andrew Darst added 20. Darst, Kaiser and Wesley Chapel's Thomas were named to the all-tournament team.
King's Andrew Frederick and Leto's Joelys Himely also were named to the all-tournament team. In the third-place game, Leto got 25 points, including four 3s, from Jovaughn Wade to beat King 65-47.
Kenitra Betts hit five 3-pointers and finished with 30 points in Bloomingdale's 66-48 final victory over Seabreeze. Betts was named tournament MVP.
Paris Moore also had a big game for the Bulls, scoring 20. She and Betts consistently drove past Sandcrab defenders for uncontested layups.
"It looked like we were faster than they were," Betts said. "Our coach told us to take it to the basket any time we could. We just tried to drive and at least get a foul call."
Bloomingdale (9-3) trailed 9-4 early but went on a 15-0 run to take control.
Seabreeze (9-2) was led by Kaitlyn Cranshaw's 19 points. She and Bloomingdale's Moore were named to the all-tournament team as were Gaither's Caitlin Wilson, King's Samara Shepherd and Sickles' Carly Castora. King defeated Gaither handily in the third-place game, winning 69-37. Shepherd had 19 for the Lions. Wilson scored 14 for Gaither.