Da'Mon Gilmore supplied 21 points and Alante Coward 20 as Detroit Cornerstone Health & Technology overcame foul trouble to defeat Detroit Denby, 73-65, in boys basketball at the Oak Park Invitational.
Cornerstone's 6-foot-6 starting forwards Kyonias Mason and Isiah Driver both fouled out in the fourth quarter, leaving the school only with its guards to finish the job.
Denby (2-1) managed a 15-0 run at one stage as Cornerstone's Gilmore sat with three fouls. Lemar Kearney had 15 points for Denby.
Gilmore finished with seven rebounds, five assists and four steals to go along with his game-high 21 points. Coward contributed six rebounds and five steals.
"It was a very, very competitive hard fought game," Cornerstone coach Derrick Edwards said. "Small ball ended up working for us."
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