For the first time in Capital Classic history, the Suburban All-Stars defeated the District All-Stars, 104-97, on the back of game-MVP small forward Prince Okoroh (Eleanor Roosevelt High School) who recorded 16 points, five rebounds and two steals.
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The Capital Classic is now in its 38th year, marking the longest high school all-star game in the country. The event is broken into four teams with the Suburban and District All-Stars squaring off in the first game and the Capital and U.S. All-Stars playing each other in the second game. The first game features talent from the Mid-Atlantic region including Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. and from Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania in the second game. Numerous top-50 guys played in the event this year.