Doomes, McCabe Fly High In Scott Brown Classic All-Star Game
Incoming West Virginia basketball freshman Jordan McCabe and Trey Doomes got their first opportunity to team up, playing together in Saturday’s Scott Brown Classic at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.
The all-star game in Beckley has been held for the past 29 years, and has annually featured many players headed to WVU, as well as other top graduating seniors from around the state and region. This year’s rosters also included Sasha Sukhanov of Teays Valley Christian, who is headed to Morehead State, and Fork Union’s Keshawn Curry of Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy, who is bound for VCU. Both played with Doomes and McCabe for EIN. Some of the top players for the Mid-State Ford squad included a pair from Huntington Prep – Kenneth Nwuba, who is going to UCLA, and Dontarius James, who has signed with Xavier – plus Cameron Brooks-Harris of Zanesville, Ohio, who is headed to Marshall.
The future Mountaineers helped their EIN team to a 138-114 victory over a Mid-State. Doomes had 24 points, while McCabe finished with 19 points and handed out seven assists.
In the pregame skills contest, McCabe won the three-point contest …
… while Doomes captured the dunk contest, with a little help from McCabe.