With 5 minutes, 50 seconds left in the period, Held received a pass off a fast break, took one dribble, stepped around a Glenelg defender trying to take a charge and finished the basket off the glass, bringing the Mustangs within 41-37. On the surface, it was a routine bucket. But for those who know Held, it meant so much more. Held became the fifth Howard County boys basketball player this season to surpass 1,000 points for his career, joining Oakland Mills' Daeshawn Eaton, Hammond's Micah Henry, Wilde Lake's Trea Keys and Mt. Hebron's Brandon Prox.