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McDonogh's Noah Locke nearing another milestone on the hardwood

McDonogh's Noah Locke (23) fires a shot in front of Mount St. Joseph's Darryl Morsell (11) in 2017.
McDonogh's Noah Locke (23) fires a shot in front of Mount St. Joseph's Darryl Morsell (11) in 2017. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

Coming off a 36-point performance in Saturday’s win against New Town, McDonogh’s sharpshooting senior guard Noah Locke is primed to reach another milestone in his fine four-year career.

On Tuesday, John Carroll basketball star Immanuel Quickley was recognized as a McDonald's All American.

Already the program’s all-time leading scorer — the Florida commit passed his brother Kayel’s mark of 1,938 points earlier this month and is now at 1,987 — Locke is just 13 points shy of 2,000 career points.

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Locke, a four-year starter and All-Metro first-team pick last season, can reach the mark Wednesday at Archbishop Spalding with game time set for 7 p.m.

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