Posted On: 02/13/20 5:59 AM

McDonogh came into last night approaching their last regular game of the season. It held the utmost importance considering they needed a win in order to put themselves in good position of qualifying for the MIAA Playoffs. The first place of the black division in Gilman had other plans. As a team, Gilman shared the ball and got open shots throughout the course of the game and were shooting at an extremely high rate. That resulted in the Hounds adding yet another win to their resume and destroying the Eagles' playoff hopes. The final score was 74-50.

Here are five takeaways from this contest:

Winborne leads the way

Christian Winborne is quickly emerging as one of the top sophomore guards in a very talented 2022 class. The 6-foot-2 combo guard makes sound decision as a ball handler and shoots efficient shots within the flow of the offense. He canned three triples off the dribble, hit a couple of mid-range jumpers and converted three shots from the free-throw line on his way to a game-high 18 points. As time goes on, Winborne's IQ for the game continues to improve and be obvious with his play against good

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