Posted On: 01/23/20 9:31 PM

Fresh off its first loss of the season last Saturday against Doral at the Wally Keller Classic, East Lake got back to work and looked strong with a 79-43 road win over Countryside on Thursday night.

The trio of 2020 guards Dionte Blanch and Jordan Hillmon and 2021 guard Dean Gabrelcik combined for 62 total points as the Eagles (18-1) have now won their last two matchups against Countryside by an average of 38 points per game.

Here is a look at some notes from the outing.

Blanch makes it look easy

Sitting out the entire fourth quarter with the game in hand, 2020 6'3" Murray State signee Dionte Blanch still finished with a game-high 30 points. That marked his fifth 30-point outing as it simply looks easy out there for the senior. Blanch recorded 22 points at the half and was relentless on the attack, routinely blowing past the Countryside defense, drawing contact and finishing at the rim. He doesn't back down from anyone and plays with endless confidence. A hard nosed player, Blanch doesn't complain to the referees or talk back, he simply plays the game that he loves.

Hillmon is dangerous

With 10 points in the first quarter

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