[Brandan] Kearney was great. He showed off his ability to dominate a game through defense as the front man in Southeastern’s smothering zone. He’s quick enough to stay with any guard and so long that’s it’s really hard to get a pass around him or shoot over him. On offense, he started slow but found a groove, and kept it going the remainder of the game. He connected on an array of shots from three point range and mid-range. He also scored taking the ball to the basket on a number of drives and backdoor cuts. Kearney’s ability as a passer was also on display as he consistently got the ball to Percy Gibson, who also had a heck of a game. Gibson, a Dayton commit, was a force around the basket and finished with 20 points and 14 rebounds. Kearney controlled the game for the Jungaleers and finished with 24 points.