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October 24, 2012 Terrence Payne
Bonny Eagle 2014 point guard, Dustin Cole ran with MBNation this summer and was a key part to their run to the championship game at the Hall of Fame National Invitational Tournament in July. Along with teammate, Matt Barr, the 5-foot-11 Cole made up a talented backcourt, who helped the Nation knock off northeast powers in back-to-back days of the weekend tournament.
Cole enters his junior campaign as one of the top players in the state of Maine.
Terrence Payne: Entering the summer, what we're your expectations playing with MBNation, especially playing up an age group?
Dustin Cole: Entering the summer I was expecting to have a good one. I knew we were going to be playing up a division in the 17u. The National Invitational Tournament in Springfield was a good way to start the summer after we beat the City Rocks and Westcheseter Hawks, before losing in the championship to Middlesex Magic by one.
TP: Along with Matt Barr, who has already committed to Bently, you had a big-time performance at the Hall of Fame Invitational. What was it like to play so well on one of the biggest stages of the summer?
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