Posted On: 12/19/19 5:59 AM

St. Frances put their 10-game winning streak on the line last night as they hosted MIAA/BCL foe Archbishop Spalding. Spalding had gotten off to an impressive start in league play with a 5-1 record, but the Panthers are a team simply on another level talent and skill wise. When it was all said and done, St. Frances reigned victorious by a final score of 88 to 61.

Steady Staten

When you look at St. Frances' roster on paper, Khyrie Staten would be one of the last rotational players your eyes would stick to. However, the 6-foot-1 junior guard has been the most consistent scorer on the team this year and led the Panthers last night with 16 points. He connected on two three's and finished a handful of lay ups thanks to St. Frances' trapping full court defense. It's been impressive to see Staten's development from last season. He's not just scoring, he's doing so efficiently.

Whitmore has fast start

The 6-foot-7 sophomore has adjusted smoothly after being sidelined his entire freshman season with an injury. Whitmore got to work early by attacking the rim off the dribble. When he wasn't finishing with soft

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