Leading the way for Archbishop Molloy was 2018 Flo40 center, Moses Brown, who finished with 19 points. At 7-foot-1, Brown was the only player who could contend with Kentucky-bound Nick Richards on the block. The 7-foot matchup frustrated Richards, as he eventually fouled out of the game, finishing with 10 points.
Archbishop Molloy, a heavy favorite in the competitive CHSAA, gets all the glory in New York City. But when it comes to translating their game to the national level, Moses Brown definitely notices a difference in his team's play. He chatted with FloHoops' Jaki Goldner about Molloy's ride this season and what he's doing as a junior to prepare for spring ball.