Posted On: 02/8/20 5:00 PM

FAIRFAX, VA -- Paul VI defeated Good Counsel by a final score of 85-58 on Friday night in front of a capacity crowd at the PAC. Jeremy Roach and Trevor Keels combined to score 40 points, but a host of others contributed to the win as well. Here we recap this hard-fought WCAC contest by answering five key questions.

WHAT WAS THE KEY TO THIS GAME?

The main key to this game was turnovers. Paul VI committed just 3 as a team while Good Counsel committed 14. Guys like Trevor Keels and Jeremy Roach did a tremendous job turning defense into easy points after forcing mistakes from their opponents. 

WHEN DID DUG MCDANIEL DEVELOP SUCH A CONSISTENT JUMPER?

One of the biggest storylines this season has been the emergence of Dug McDaniel's jumper. He's shot it consistently this year, starting with the season opener at Carroll where he hit 3 treys. McDaniel hit 3 more long-range bombs last night on just 4 attempts. His form looks more compact and efficient, and he's shooting the ball with a ton of confidence right now. 

WHICH PLAYERS STEPPED UP IN THE ABSENCE OF BEZ MBENG?

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