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Emmanuel Mudiay and No. 5 Prime Prep will likely climb in Monday's national rankings after a big win over No. 15 Quality Education Academy at the Marshall County Hoopfest in Kentucky.

Icy conditions and snow wiped out Friday's slate at the Marshall County Hoopfest in Kentucky. But the action resumed Saturday and included a heavyweight showdown between nationally-ranked teams.

No. 5 Prime Prep (Dallas) handled No. 15 Quality Education Academy (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 67-50, getting 17 points, 11 rebounds and five assists from game MVP Emmanuel Mudiay.

Prime Prep also received double figures in the scoring column from Willie Hollins and freshman P.J. Washington, who finished with 11 points apiece.

Due to the cancellations Friday, several teams played two games Saturday in Benton. Arsenal Technical (Indianapolis) came out a big winner in the unusual scenario, getting wins over No. 24 Huntington St. Joseph Prep (Huntington, W.Va.) and Kentucky state title contender Ballard (Louisville).

More Marshall County Hoopfest scores:
Arsenal Tech 54, Huntington St. Joseph Prep 51
Arsenal Tech 87, Ballard 84 OT
Ballard 92, Moss Point (Miss.) 71
No. 20 Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.) 88, Atlanta Sports Academy (Ga.) 41
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After beating Quality Education Academy on Saturday at the Marshall County Hoopfest, Mudiay was honored as the game's MVP.