Posted On: 01/14/20 5:00 PM
WASHINGTON, DC — There was a palpable buzz in the gym in anticipation of Gonzaga’s meeting with DeMatha. The Eagles took control early, opening the game on an 11-2 run and keeping the lead until the Stags came alive in the fourth quarter. DeMatha took its first lead in the opening stages of the final period and ultimately held on to defeat Gonzaga by a final score of 70-67. Here is a look at five takeaways from this hard-fought contest.
HARRIS ASSERTS HIMSELF
Butler commit Chuck Harris played a key part in Gonzaga’s fast start to this game. He was constantly looking to get downhill and either score or find the open man. Harris initiated most of his team’s offense and had a whale of a game whe