Posted On: 01/16/20 6:01 AM

Last night on East Chase Street in Baltimore, Maryland the St. Frances Panthers hosted the Glenelg Country Dragons for a MIAA A Conference match-up. Although the Panthers were shorthanded, they still came up with a commanding win by the final score of 78-53. With the win, St. Frances improved to 21-2 overall and 9-0 in league play. In the loss, Glenelg Country falls to 10-7 overall and 5-4 in the MIAA.

Here are five things that I liked from this contest:

Jamal West's aggression

South Alabama commit Jamal West came out of the gates like a man on a mission in this one. Knowing that his team would be without the services of 2020 Ace Baldwin and 2021 Julian Reese, West would need to pick up the slack in order for them to get a win. He did that and more as indicated by his 36-point performance. As dominant as he was on the offensive end scoring the ball, West was just as much of a force defensively by protecting the rim early and often. He set a tone that no show in the paint would go uncontested. West started the first quarter by burying two

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