Landon 58, McNamara 55
Sidwell Friends 72, Maret 38
DeMatha 75, Magruder 58
Flint Hill 80, The Heights 50
Mercersburg 64, St. James 62 (OT)
Gonzaga 92, Don Bosco 29
St. Andrew's 51, Trinity Christian (VA) 47
Five Things You Should Know
1. Don't Count Out McNamara
The loss of a talented senior class has left many people questioning McNamara's ability this season. Tuesday night at Landon, McNamara nearly took down one of D.C. best basketball programs, but the Mustangs missed crucial free throws in the final minutes. Expect this team to get better with time. Video highlights from Tuesday's game will be available on DCSportsFan today.
2. The WCAC is Still Elite
Various publications have Magruder's basketball team as one of the best in the area, but they were no match for DeMatha on Tuesday. The Stags outscored Magruder 40-19 in the first half and held on to win, 75-58. Ten different players scored for DeMatha.
3. St. James Could Win the MAC
They ended up losing in overtime, but St. James took a very talented Benedictine team to the wire before coming up short. Keep an eye on Paul Easton and his Saints.
4. Joe McDonald Plays Through Pain
In Tuesday's game against McNamara, Landon standout Joe McDonald played the majority of the game with his right hand wrapped up. Although he played well and scored 18 points, it appeared there was some discomfort. Keep an eye on McDonald (and his hand) over the next few weeks.
5. Don Bosco Struggling Early
After losing to St. John's by nearly 80 points Saturday, Don Bosco took on another WCAC power in Gonzaga on Tuesday and didn't fare very well. The Eagles won by 63 points.
Tuesday's Leading Scorers
DCSportsFan Baller of the Night
27: Jamal Lewis, Sidwell Friends
If there was one thing we learned Tuesday night, it was that Sidwell Friends has the ability to turn it on at any point. The Quakers rebounded from a rough start to the season by pounding Maret, 72-38. The two teams were nearly tied at the half, but Sidwell outscored Maret 43-8 in the second half as Lewis, Josh Hart (22 points) and Matt Hillman (14 points) took over.
26: John Consor, St. Andrew's
22: Josh Hart, Sidwell Friends
20: BeeJay Anya, DeMatha
The Best of the Rest
18: Joe McDonald, Landon
17: Mo Berchie, Flint Hill
16: Will Rassman, Gonzaga
16: Matthew Sniezek, St. Albans
15: Trevor Ogundepo, Flint Hill
14: Matt Hillman, Sidwell Friends
14: Michael Sniezek, St. Albans
13: Jerami Grant, DeMatha
12: Nate Britt, Gonzaga
11: James Robinson, DeMatha
11: Deion Wellington, Landon
11: Kevin Robbins, McNamara
10: Marcellous Bell, DeMatha
10: Stephan Jiggetts, McNamara
10: Jerron Martin, McNamara
10: Brown, Flint Hill
10: Isaiah Colclough, Landon
10: Tavon Blackmon, Gonzaga
10: Jordan Abdur-Ra'oof, Gonzaga
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