Duke signee and National Player of the Year Elizabeth Williams broke the McDonald's All-American Girls game scoring record with 23 points and 11 rebounds, won the 2011 MVP award, and helped lead the East team to a 78-66 victory. Ariel Massengale added 13 points for the East squad, who dominated from start to finish.
The East squad didn't look like a newly assembled team, as they exhibited some crisp ball movement and teamwork throughout the game.
The West team struggled early, falling behind after connecting on five of their first 20 shots. They closed the gap some in the second half as Briana Banks, who will play next season at UConn, scored most of her 16 points. The West never did appear to get in sync, with the East squad locking them down and forcing them into a lot of one-on-one play, which led to turnovers and easy baskets at the other end.
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