Dragons build an 18-point first quarter lead as they defeated Gilman in the final


Glenelg Country ended its boys basketball season on a high note, Friday, defeating MIAA rival Gilman, 69-55, in the championship game of the 2019 Private Schools Invitational, at Gilman.

The Dragons (21-10) got eight first quarter points from Chase Paar, who would go on to score a team-high 23 points, as they jumped out to a commanding 22-4 lead after one quarter. Glenelg Country’s lead was 39-20 at the half and the Dragons took a 20-point advantage into the final quarter, before Gilman closed the gap slightly.

Noah Charles hit three first half three-pointers and finished with 13 points and Jarod Robinson connected for 12 points. In addition Jordan Brathwaiter and Cole Paar combined for 17 points.

Gilman senior star Jalen Rucker closed out his high school career with a game-high 28-points, including 14 in the fourth quarter. Junior Jordan Foster added 10 points for the Greyhounds (10-20).
The Dragons (21-10) got eight first quarter points from Chase Paar, who would go on to score a team-high 23 points, as they jumped out to a commanding 22-4 lead after one quarter. Glenelg Country’s lead was 39-20 at the half and the Dragons took a 20-point advantage into the final quarter, before Gilman closed the gap slightly.

Noah Charles hit three first half three-pointers and finished with 13 points and Jarod Robinson connected for 12 points. In addition Jordan Brathwaiter and Cole Paar combined for 17 points.

Gilman senior star Jalen Rucker closed out his high school career with a game-high 28-points, including 14 in the fourth quarter. Junior Jordan Foster added 10 points for the Greyhounds (10-20).