Posted On: 02/18/20 10:53 PM

Kameron Jones and Hadden Burgess have had to play at a high level all season to put ECS in position to win games.

Tuesday night at home in a second round matchup against Harding Academy, Jones and Burgess put on a show and carried the Eagles to a 79-60 win over the Lions to advance to a semifinals matchup on Friday against Lausanne.

The loss marked the end of six seniors for Harding Academy, with one of them not being able to play due to being sick.

Here are 3 takeaways from the ECS Eagles’ win over the Lions:

ECS shoots the ball well

The Eagles can space the floor due to players making shots. Jones, a junior point guard, made five 3s in the win. Sophomore guard Grayson Saunier converted on three 3s. Burgess converted on one of his own, and junior guard Dominic Brown added one of his own. Harding Academy couldn’t zoom in all night on Jones, because he has teammates that can make shots from the outside.

Kameron Jones and Hadden Burgess put on a show

Jones had 25 points heading in the final eight minutes. He was able to break every trap that

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