DURHAM, N.C. - Two Duke signees showcased their talent last night in the McDonald's All-America game as Elizabeth Williams and Amber Henson represented the East squad, which posted a 78-66 victory at the United Center in Chicago, Ill.
Williams set a new McDonald's All-America game record with 23 points to go along with a game-high 11 rebounds as she was named MVP. A Virginia Beach, Va., product, Williams hit 10-of-18 field goals, blocked two shots, had one steal and one assist, while hitting her only three-point field goal attempt in 19 minutes.
The previous high in the McDonald's game was 22 points by Alexis Hornbuckle.
A native of Tampa, Fla., Henson blocked five shots, had five points and two rebounds in 17 minutes of action. She hit 2-of-4 field goals on the night and her five blocks were tied for a game high.
The duo will next travel to Indianapolis, Ind., where they will compete in the WBCA High School All-America game on Saturday, April 2.
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