Posted On: 03/25/21 10:32 AM

Last night the two BCL semifinal games took place at Calvert Hall College High School. In the first game, the No. 1 St. Frances Panthers took on the No. 4 Mount Carmel Cougars. The undefeated reigning BCL champs came out strong to build a comfortable lead in the first half, but Mount Carmel was able to pull within six points late in the fourth before the Panthers put the final touches on their 68-49 victory.

Here are five takeaways from this matchup.

Lamothe keeps it rolling

It’s been encouraging to see 2023 Jahnathan Lamothe Jahnathan Lamothe 6'3" | CG St. Frances | 2023 State MD return to his form that we saw last summer with Team Durant in the past couple of games. The 6-foot-3 combo guard is operating off the bounce more often and it’s creating more scoring opportunities for both himself and his teammates. The sophomore led St. Frances with 19 points and scored at an efficient clip from all three levels. He played with a focus and toughness defensively that helped the overall strong performance of his team and ultimately helped overwhelm the go-to options for Mount Carmel.

Dixon promises a bright future

2024 guard Andrew Dixon Andrew Dixon 5'10" | PG Mt. Carmel | 2024 MD put together a

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