RELATED: Williams leads Gonzaga past Sacred Heart “He definitely made some tough shots,” said Barrett.

“We just tried to keep him from getting to the basket. It’s just what we do and definitely prepares you for the next level.

But there’s nothing you can do when he’s shooting the ball like that.” Barrett again missed a free throw, but Simeon couldn’t score and Montverde escaped with a win. 18 Imhotep Charter runs past Hillhouse In a game in which he had six turnovers, Barrett was able to keep the offense afloat by scoring on each possession in the final five minutes. That’s what it’s going to be going up against Cam Reddish every day at practices, so that’s what it’s going to be from here on out.”Barrett’s decision to go to Duke wasn’t easy, as he’s said.

“That’s my favorite moment of the game, the end,” he said. But the preparation he has received at Montverde is preparing him for the bigger stage, where his composure and steady hand will be more important to his success than ever.

He wanted to go to Duke because it would give him the continuity he needs to thrive.“Going to Montverde helps, because we have everybody in our starting lineup is committed to Division 1,” Barrett said.

Barrett would go 1-for-2 from the line to set up one final play for Simeon, down one.

Horton-Tucker tried to pull off the same move on Barrett.

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It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.But for the Duke commit, it was all about finally getting a stop on Simeon’s scoring dynamo Talen Horton-Tucker.“They’re a scrappy Chicago team and they play really well defensively, but we were able to pull it out,” Barrett said. We knew we were going to score, so just get a stop.” RELATED: Perry powers No.(Photo: Gregory Payan, AP)" data-imgcredit="AP" data-imgsrc="https:// data-imgthumbsrc="https:// data-imgtitle=" " Chino Hills Onyeka Okongwu #21 takes a shot against Spartanburg Day during a high school basketball game at the Hoophall Classic, Saturday, January 13, 2018, in Springfield, MA.(Photo: Gregory Payan, AP) Chino Hills Onyeka Okongwu #21 in action against Spartanburg Day during a high school basketball game at the Hoophall Classic, Saturday, January 13, 2018, in Springfield, MA.(Photo: Gregory Payan, AP)" data-imgcredit="AP" data-imgsrc="https:// data-imgthumbsrc="https:// data-imgtitle=" " Chino Hills Onyeka Okongwu #21 in action against Spartanburg Day during a high school basketball game at the Hoophall Classic, Saturday, January 13, 2018, in Springfield, MA. 11 Simeon (Chicago) Saturday at the Spalding Hoop Hall Classic.