Williams, who will play in the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic next month, and Rainier will face Kennedy today at 3:30 in second-round action.
Considered one of the nation's top 50 prospects, Williams averaged nearly 22 points per game this season. He's seeking the second state title of his career after helping Rainier to the 2002 title.
Harvey was recently
invited to participate in the
EA Sports Roundball Classic
Harvey averaged nearly 20 points and 8 rebounds this season has led the Dons to a 23-5 record.
And 6-9 Amir Johnson, recently named to the McDonald's All-American squad, scored a game-high 21 points to lead top-seeded Westchester to an 86-65 victory over No. 4 Cleveland to advance to the L.A. City Section final. Johnson, who signed with Louisville last fall, also blocked five shots.
The Comets, ranked No. 8 this week by USA Today, will face Duke-bound McDonald All-American Jamal Boykin and Fairfax next Saturday for the City title at the Forum. Fairfax beat Freemont 80-78 in overtime in the semi-finals.