Wicomico’s Evan Crockett, and Crisfield’s Jordan Sterling made it 52-44. A pair of free throws by Sterling gave the South a 54-46 lead at the half.
The North countered with an 11-0 run midway through the third quarter to make the game interesting again. Bordley led the run and finished with 15 points in the quarter.
“That’s what the game is all about [having fun],” Bordley said. “Then I felt as though I had to give the fans something because it’s my school and I’m hosting. No loss is good, but it was fun.”
The South led 80-77 at the end of the quarter before scoring 41 points in the fourth to put the game away.
Williams began his shooting exhibition with 5:10 remaining. His first three of the quarter came from the right baseline to put the South up 97-89. He added a transition trey from the left side and drained another one from the right side with 4:20 left, 103-89.
Three more treys from the left side by Williams put the South up 116-98. He finished the show with a shot from the top of the arc after a crossover dribble to gain some space.
“That was ridiculous,” said Bordley about Williams’ hot hand. “Something got into him. I don’t know what happened.” Follow me on Twitter @csknauss / email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kent Island High’s Dallas Miller drives to the basket during the 32nd annual Bayside Conference Cliff Mister Senior All Star Game, Tuesday evening at Cambridge-South Dorchester High School.