He let the game come to him, but stepped forward in the biggest spots to secure that win. Leading by three in the third quarter, Dennis fed Battle for an alley-oop slam, had his own dunk in transition off a pass from Grant and passed to Battle for a jumper as part of a 6-0 run.
"We had three empty possessions and they got dunks," Oswego coach Chad Pohlmann said. "They're really good in transition so your shot selection has to be incredible."
Dennis scored the Wolves' first six points of the fourth quarter on a steal and score, sweet finger roll and two free throws to make it 53-42 and help Oswego East pull away.
"He was a really solid leader for us tonight," Oswego East coach Ryan Velasquez said. "He keeps his composure, and he's tough to get rattled. It really felt like that when we needed a bucket, and when we needed a stop he got it and held other guys accountable. Having that vocal leader, really appreciate that out of him."