CHICAGO -- Delone Catholic's Sierra Moore scored six points on Wednesday night in the McDonald's All American girls' basketball all-star game.
Moore played for the East team, which earned a 79-78 victory over the West.
Moore also had three assists, two rebounds and one blocked shot. She shot 3-for-8 from the field, missing her lone 3-point attempt.
Moore, who was named the Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year, has committed to play for Duke next season.
Bashaara Graves made a game-winning free throw with less than a second left for the East.
Baylor recruit Alexis Prince had 15 points and nine rebounds for the East to earn the MVP award.
Player of the Year Breanna Stewart scored seven of her nine points for the East in the final 4 minutes of the game at the United Center. Stewart is headed to Connecticut.
Nirra Fields, who is committed to Washington, led the West with 20 points. Morgan Tuck, who is from the Chicago area, scored 12 of her 18 points in the second half for the West. Tuck is committed to Connecticut.
Boys' game: Shabazz Muhammad scored 21 points, Duke recruit Rasheed Sulaimon added 18 and the West beat the East 106-102 in the McDonald's All-American boys' game.
Muhammad is still weighing his college choices. He is considering Kentucky, Duke, Kansas, UNLV and UCLA.
Alex Poythress, who signed with Kentucky, finished with 19 points for the East.