Posted On: 01/9/19 8:12 AM

On Tuesday night I went to DeMatha to see one of the best, if not the best rivalries in the WCAC between the host DeMatha and the visiting Gonzaga Purple Eagles. It was a back and forth game all night long but it was eventually DeMatha who made winning plays at the end to secure the win 62-58. Below are five takeaways from the game.

Balance Is The Name Of The Game

Both of these teams are extremely talented with multiple college prospects. For both teams there was nobody that particularly stood out as they both had multiple guys who scored in double figures.

For DeMatha:

2019 Justin Moore 13 points

2020 Hunter Dickinson 11 points

2019 Jahmir Young 12 points

2020 Earl Timberlake 12 points

For Gonzaga:

2020 Myles Stute: 11 points

2019 Anwar Gill: 11 points

2019 Josh Watts: 10 points

Josh Wallace Asserting Himself

Head Coach Mike Jones tweaked the starting lineup last night inserting 2019 unsigned senior Josh Wallace into the starting lineup over 2019 Brown commit Carsten Kogelnik. We have said before that

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