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No. 1 DeMatha shows it is still the class of the WCAC with rout of No. 2 Paul VI

DeMatha Senior Jahmir Young, shown in an earlier game, continues to be a quiet force for the Stags. (Photo by Ed King)
DeMatha Senior Jahmir Young, shown in an earlier game, continues to be a quiet force for the Stags. (Photo by Ed King)

DeMatha senior point guard Jahmir Young launched the ball from near midcourt, and it landed in the waiting palms of lanky 7-foot-2 center Hunter Dickinson in the paint. Dickinson took a quick step toward the hoop and rattled the rim with a strong dunk that caused the Paul VI student section to go silent. 

It was the fourth quarter of No. 1 DeMatha's 78-57 victory over No. 2 Paul VI on Monday night in Fairfax, yet the dunk, in combination with multiple tough layups by Villanova signee Justin Moore and combo guard Earl Timberlake down the stretch, signified much more than just the finishing touch on yet another Stags win. It showed the skill, balance and pure strength of an experienced team that is aiming to defend its Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship. 

 

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