Photo sequence of Zehr’s dunk

I was lucky enough to be on hand Friday night when Jackson’s Brian Zehr went Beast Mode on the Everett Community College rim.

It started when Dan Kingma stole a Stadium pass, he lobbed a pass from the left side just outside the 3-point line to Jason Todd, who was under the basket near the right block. Todd jumped and in one motion found Zehr breaking to the basket from the left elbow. Zehr jumped, caught the ball and flushed it all in one motion.

Fortunately photographer Scott Williams was there to catch it all. His photo sequence above shows the play in its entirety. Click on it to see a larger version.

Great job, Scott. Follow him on Twitter here.

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