Dukes Named Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year

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Congratulations to Khalil Dukes of Hartford, a senior guard at Capital Preparatory Magnet School who has committed to play basketball at the University of Southern California. The Courant has named Dukes its boy’s basketball player of the year.

“I signed with USC, and I’m leaving to go there June 28,” Dukes told the Courant. “I’ll be working out and taking summer courses there. Putting on weight and getting stronger are things I want to do before I leave for L.A.”

Best of luck to Dukes.

Capital Prep guard Khalil Dukes is the Courant's boys' basketball player of the year. Photo by MARK MIRKO.

Khalil Dukes is the Courant’s boys’ basketball player of the year. Photo by MARK MIRKO.

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