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Holiday Hoopsgiving Recap: Young talent shines in Georgia


The Holiday Hoopsgiving has become a post-Thanksgiving staple event. This year the young talent in the state, which was held at Holy Innocents Episcopal School, shined, but also a new name emerged.All three ranked 2022 point guards – Scoota Henderson, Bruce Thornton and Zocko Littleton – had big moments and proved worthy of their lofty ranking. (247 Sports)

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