By BOB PARASILITI
Devon Wade's moves were sharper than the Tunisian elbows he was trying to avoid.
The Hagerstown Junior College freshman played far beyond his years, slashing to the basket, cutting through the pointed jabs of the Tunisian National team for loose balls and scoring 21 points in the Hawks' 100-91 victory Tuesday night in a basketball exhibition at the HJC athletic complex.
"Devon Wade had the night of nights," HJC coach Jim Brown said. "He took control right from the start. When he becomes a man, he will be an interesting player."
Wade, a 6-foot-8 freshman, capped a strong inside performance with two 3-point bombs early in the second half to help the Hawks withstand one of several Tunisian comeback attempts. His inside play helped HJC to a dominating 48-30 rebounding margin.