Posted On: 03/13/21 10:36 AM

Last night at Mt. Carmel, the Cougars hosted the Cavaliers of Archbishop Spalding in what was a matchup between two one-loss programs. After holding a 20-points lead in the third quarter, Spalding mounted an impressive comeback and had the last shot as the final buzzer sounded, but ultimately came up short by a final score of 80-79. Mt. Carmel improved to 10-1 in the win as Spalding falls to 9-2 overall.

Here are the top performers from last night's contest.

Cameron Whitmore Cameron Whitmore 6'7" | PF Archbishop Spalding | 2022 State #97 Nation MD | Spalding ’22

Whitmore was the game’s high scorer with 30 points and continues to make a strong argument for player of the year. People are quick to point out Whitmore’s weakness in his jump shot, but if you’ve seen him at all this winter then you know that weakness is a thing of the past. Defenses now must account for him on the perimeter and he’s becoming comfortable shooting off the dribble when his man gives him space. Whitmore cashed in on four triples, three of which came in the first quarter and set the tone for his individual performance for the remainder of the game. The 6-foot-7 wing attacked the rim consistently

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