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ESPN Comes to O’Connell

O’Connell’s Kendall Marshall had 14 points, while sophomore Jordan Burgess added in 13 points and seven rebounds. “It’s great for the game of basketball when you can get high school games on TV,” said Marshall, a junior who is committed to play at North Carolina. “It gets us some nice exposure and it’s fun. We got a lot of people to come out to support us and it was a great feeling out there.” (Arlington Connection)


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