Posted On: 06/18/21 12:53 AM

As the season went along, the name Jaymeson Ye started to build some momentum. The high-flying 6-foot-3, 175-pound guard came into the year a bit of a mystery as he transferred into Westside Christian after playing JV last year at Mountainside. But clips of his dunking exploits started making the rounds on social media but it was his overall game that was in full effect as it helped the Eagles unseat De La Salle Catholic as Lewis & Clark league champs with a big win on Monday afternoon.

"That was the biggest game of our year," Ye said. "We knew coming into the game they were a tough team so we knew we had to bring it. We came out and showed what we can do. Part of it was just coming in and being aggressive and trying to match their energy. We wanted to bring more energy to the table than they could handle."

Ye played a major part in the game, as he has all season long. The lefty knocked down some big threes and was flying all over the place both in transition and on defense. He finished the game with team highs with 16 points and

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