Posted On: 12/29/20 7:21 PM

Zac Dunn | 2023 Casady G (pictured above)

Dunn, though he started out slow, was shooting bombs-away for Casady on Tuesday to help bury HFC in a tough deficit.

Once the sophomore sharpshooter got into a rhythm, he was electrifying, and gave that three-versus-two advantage to Casady that makes it almost impossible for any team to keep up. 

During a third-and-fourth-quarter stone, Dunn nailed five 3-pointers (with a couple mid-rangers sprinkled in) to pace the Cyclones. Catch, sink, catch, sink, etc.

He also worked out some of his off-the-dribble shooting mechanics once he reached his comfort zone, a skill I would like to see him continue to improve on.


Sentinel Moore | 2023 Destiny Christian C

Sentinel Moore.

Moore probably was not terribly far from recording a triple-double in points, rebounds — and blocks.

The 6-foot-6 sophomore was everything the Wildcats needed Tuesday to advance past a quick OKC Storm team. Defensively, he was the generator that kept Destiny going as he played SWAT team all day to, albeit, disciplined shot attempts by Storm, many that may have found their way in the hold if

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