Antwi Atuahene went off for 40 points in the Youth R Us All-Star experience, as his alumni squad put a beating on the 2016 OFSAA champion Henry Carr Crusaders.
This was a special performance considering FHC retired his high school jersey the same day.
After two weeks of jawing back at each other between the alumni and the high school guys, Atuahene showed that game speaks.
The 6’4 point guard played a do-it-all type of role in the first three quarters by filling the stat sheet (rebounding and feeding teammates).
In the fourth quarter, Twee exploded for 22 points on SIX threes to put the crowd into a frenzy! He left the floor with four minutes left in the game in order to shower and change for the following game, where he put on his coaching cap.
Versatility on and off the floor — a true role model for youth in the Rexdale and Toronto West region.