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Was at the Morton Shootout yesterday. Watched Notre Dame/Washington. Saw the Irish had a couple players out, however hard to believe that any high school team starting three 6’8” players couldn’t score more than 38 points.
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Nice weekend for Washington knocking off Metamora and PND.
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deejay wrote: Sun Jan 16, 2022 1:27 pm Was at the Morton Shootout yesterday. Watched Notre Dame/Washington. Saw the Irish had a couple players out, however hard to believe that any high school team starting three 6’8” players couldn’t score more than 38 points.
When opposing team holds the ball because they can’t compete with the defense that’s why low scoring game…
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metfan wrote: Sun Jan 16, 2022 7:25 pm
deejay wrote: Sun Jan 16, 2022 1:27 pm Was at the Morton Shootout yesterday. Watched Notre Dame/Washington. Saw the Irish had a couple players out, however hard to believe that any high school team starting three 6’8” players couldn’t score more than 38 points.
When opposing team holds the ball because they can’t compete with the defense that’s why low scoring game…
It wasn’t like that. And if PND had an issue with that, they should’ve stepped out from the 2 point zone and showed some defense. PND was just fine taking a rest. It was a crazy first half. As for points, a very similar pattern happened the previous night with a low half time score.
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Cristobal wrote: Sun Jan 16, 2022 9:56 pm
metfan wrote: Sun Jan 16, 2022 7:25 pm
deejay wrote: Sun Jan 16, 2022 1:27 pm Was at the Morton Shootout yesterday. Watched Notre Dame/Washington. Saw the Irish had a couple players out, however hard to believe that any high school team starting three 6’8” players couldn’t score more than 38 points.
When opposing team holds the ball because they can’t compete with the defense that’s why low scoring game…
It wasn’t like that. And if PND had an issue with that, they should’ve stepped out from the 2 point zone and showed some defense. PND was just fine taking a rest. It was a crazy first half. As for points, a very similar pattern happened the previous night with a low half time score.
Washington isn’t afraid to compete.
They scored 5 points the first half at Pekin (and still won).
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