Posted On: 02/19/20 6:09 AM

The postseason is officially under way and if last night's game was any sign for what the next few weeks hold, buckle up. No. 1 of the black division Gilman hosted the No. 4 red division Archbishop Spalding. Both teams were on the short list of surging teams that started hitting stride in the last quarter of their schedule. In a absolute barn-burner, Spalding pulled off an upset of the top-ranked Hounds by a final score 89-85. They'll travel to Mount St. Joe Thursday to take on the Gaels in the semifinals.

Here are five takeaways from the contest:

Cam Whitmore has arrived

Whitmore has had some big outings this season, but none bigger than last night's 34-point performance. In dominant fashion, Whitmore got started right away by exposing a mismatch as the opposing big refused to guard him closely on the perimeter. The 6-foot-7 sophomore buried the first triple of the game and never looked back. Gilman had no answer for Whitmore when he put his head down and attacked the basket. If he didn't score on those occasions, he drew fouls and converted 14-of-15 from the charity stripe. His highlight of the game came in transition

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