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December 29, 2014 at 6:57 PM

Seattle Prep wins tournament in D.C.

Seattle Prep capped off a successful trip to the Father George National Jesuit Christmas Classic by beating Georgetown Prep 63-49 to win the tournament title Monday night.

Sophomore Collin Welp was named the tournament MVP with 14 points in the semis and 19 points in the finals, while Aaron Nettles and Jack Stewart were selected to the first team. Nettles averaged 16 points and six assists per game. Prep’s margin of victory was 20.3 points in the tournament. Stewart averaged 10 points, four rebounds and three assists per game.

Freshman J’Raan Brooks averaged 13 points and 8 rebounds per game.

Prep defeated Regis (NY), which won the B State Championship last year, in the first round 65-33. Prep defeated Canisius 58-43 in the semifinals and beat host school Georgetown Prep in the championship. The average margin of victory was 20.3 points. Canisius is ranked 10th in New York.

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