"Marc struggled from the field at times this season, but if you look at the box scores and you see 12, 13, 14 points," Tait said. "For a sophomore in the Catholic League, that's pretty damn good. I have to keep reminding people that he's only a sophomore. He should have been an All-Catholic selection, and I don't care about saying it. We're a playoff team in the best league in the nation and we only have one All-Catholic (senior point guard Will Brazukas, chosen to the Third Team). The night after the vote, Marc was at the bus stop at 5 a.m. and in the gym shooting at 5:45. That's just the type of kid he is. I think that performance tonight was a statement to the rest of the league that he's an All-Catholic, regardless of how other coaches voted."
All along, Tait has said three things: he had hoped Judge would be a playoff team, that they would get to host a postseason game and then be a game away from the league semifinals.