Basketball Beats DeMatha, Falls to PVI in 2OT, Honors Seniors

The basketball Eagles entered their game against top-ranked DeMatha on Friday, February 8 with a nine-game winning streak. The team did not disappoint the home crowd coming away with a solid 65-58 win to give the Stags their first WCAC loss of the season. While juniors Terrance Williams (19 points) and Myles Stute (18 points) led the way, Coach Steve Turner said a complete team effort in front of an electric atmosphere in the Carmody Center was the biggest reason for the victory. Click here to see a photo album from the win. Enjoy the highlights from below:

The team extended their winning streak on Sunday, February 10 with a 74-64 win at Bishop Ireton in Alexandria, VA. But on Tuesday, February 12 Gonzaga fell in a nail biter at Paul VI in Fairfax, VA, in double overtime, 70-68.  

The final game of the week was a Senior Night win on Thursday, February 14 over The Heights, 88-41.  Before the game, the team honored its three seniors: Anwar Gill, John Marshall, and Joshua Watts.

The final two regular season games will be at home on Coach Myers Court. The Eagles will take on Good Counsel on Sunday, February 17 at 3:30 PM and St. John's on Tuesday, February 19 at 7:30 PM.

Go Gonzaga!  
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