Geneva senior co-captains Jack McDonald and Mitch Mascari are nearly as unbeatable on the basketball court as they are inseparable pals off it. Geneva is 23-1 and leads the new DuKane Conference by a game over Wheaton North with four league games left. The Vikings lost a conference matchup at Lake Park by 6 points on Jan. 11. Otherwise, they have run the table. Two big reasons?Jack and Mitch.Mitch is the ruler of 3-point land. The 6-foot-5 guard with a velvet-soft shooting touch makes 42 percent of his long-range shots.”He’s the best shooter I’ve played with,” Jack said. “He can shoot it from anywhere on the court and he’s really done a good job of diversifying his game. He can get to the hoop now, he can pass the ball, play defense, he can do it all. But his shooting is unreal.”Jack is the flesh-and-blood equivalent of a sharp blade. The point guard slices up defenses with the remorselessness a hibachi chef shows shrimp. He became Geneva’s career assists leader as a junior and has been adding to that record since.”He’s been gifted with the ability to just see the game and know the game,” Mitch said. “He was able… Read full this story
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