Thursday, July 2, 2015

Chester to play in Nations Capital Hoops Classic

Chester will compete in the first annual Nations Capital Hoops Classic Saturday at Calvin Coolidge High in Washington, D.C.

Chester to play in Nations Capital Hoops Classic

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Senior guard Conrad Chambers and Chester will face Capital Christian Academy (Md.) in the Nations Capital Hoops Classic at 4 p.m. Saturday at Calvin Coolidge High in Washington, D.C.

Chester will compete in the first annual Nations Capital Hoops Classic Saturday at Calvin Coolidge High in Washington, D.C.

In the five-game event, the Clippers, 10-3 and ranked No. 9 in Southeastern Pennsylvania by The Inquirer, will take on Capital Christian Academy (Md.) at 4 p.m.

Capital Christian Academy, formerly Princeton Day Academy, is led by 6-foot-3 senior guard Marquise Reed and 7-foot junior center Malik Kuwornu.

For more information, go to: http://www.nchoopclassic.com/press.html

Here is Saturday's lineup:

Washington Lee vs. Westlake, 1

High Point Christian vs. Suitland, 2:30

Chester vs. Capital Christian Academy (Md.), 4

Norfolk Collegiate vs. St. Andrew's (Del.), 5:30

Cape Henry Collegiate vs. Clinton Christian, 7

 

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