Julius Mays has been outstanding for Marion (IN) High School, and the star junior point guard…
Mays, Marion Can't Capture Tourney Crown
After losing the opener of the inaugural Marion Holiday Tournament, Julius Mays and Marion (IN) bounced back to win the consolation game, 74-48. Marion (IN) High, led by NC State 2008 commitment Julius Mays, entered its own tournament as the heavy favorite to walk away with the title. The Giants were 5-1 on the season and ranked fourth in Class 4A, but that didn't prevent Jasper(IN), a 3A school that entered the tournament 4-3, from winning the opener. Jasper was able to pull off the upset because they controlled tempo and Mays had his worst game of the season. The 6-foot-2 point guard had been averaging 21.8 points per game, but he was limited to a season-low eight points on 3-of-11 shooting. Marion lost 38-37 and was held nearly 30 points below its season scoring average. The Giants needed a big game in the consolation matchup and they responded with a 74-48 blowout victory over Avon (IN) to capture third place. Mays led Marion in scoring as he talled 21 points and five assists. The 26-point win improved Marion's record to 6-2. Mays is now averaging 20 points per game. A three-star prospect according to Scout.com, committed to NC State this fall over offers from Indiana and Xavier. He was also receiving heavy interest from Cincinnati and Purdue among others.
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