Posted On: 01/15/20 2:28 PM

The two Metro Catholic Conference rivals met for the first time on Tuesday night at Chaminade. Both were coming off losses to national competition at last Saturday’s Highland Shootout in Illinois.

The Cadets led for much of the evening and posted a very solid 70-55 road victory over a good Chaminade team. CBC was also able to snap a two-game losing streak in the process.

Here are five takeaways from the CBC-Chaminade game.

Caleb Love comes up big

The 6’3” North Carolina recruit had scored a combined 32 points in the Cadets last two losses to DeSmet and Chicago Whitney Young. A little extra was required and Love delivered a big all-around performance to snap his team’s two-game skid. He finished with 22 points, five rebounds, eight assists, a trio of 3-pointers and a pair of prime time windmill dunks. He also spent a good part of the evening guarding Chaminade standout guard Luke Kasubke.



CBC feels it from long distance 

The Cadets are a very guard-dominant team, so they rely on the 3-pointer quite a bit. When it’s rolling, it’s tough to stop and that was the case on Tuesday when they made eight in

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