Covington Catholic 66 Conner 41

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    Covington Catholic 66 Conner 41

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    Rough game to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestUnited View Post
    Rough game to watch
    How so?

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    Horrible atmosphere! Conner isn’t very good.

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    These teams are so far apart that Conner is thrilled it wasn't a running clock.

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    Per Twitter CJ Fredrick had 23 points and 5 assists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelPops View Post
    Per Twitter CJ Fredrick had 23 points and 5 assists.
    Worth noting that it says a LOT about CJ that numbers like 23 & 5 seem just okay for him. If Tommy or Billy had 23 and 5 we would all be gushing over his night, with CJ, we all just nod. Says a lot about him.

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    Fredrick and Ruthsatz combined 8/17 from 3

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    Cov Cath was the better team tonight. The Cougars had some moments but they were few and far between. The ball movement and defensive intensity was impressive for Cov Cath. When open CJ and Ruthsatz knocked them down from deep. Big Jake had a nice game but let his old school mates get to him at times. I thought I would see more (offense) from the younger Mayer but he performed his role of defense and rebounding well.

    Conner is about 2-3 years away. Their freshman class should have about 7-8 kids who will be playing more varsity next year as sophomores which will only help them when this group becomes juniors and seniors. Osterbur will probably be starting next year as a sophomore, Skiles and Workman will continue to grow and will be a nice front court. Couzins, Saffell, and Ginn will fill roles and any of these young men are capable of scoring.

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    Was CovCath nice in this one? I would have thought this would have been a 40-point margin

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    I noticed Ginn was limited tonite. Good D?

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    I'm hearing Cov Cath's AJ Mayer may well be sitting out for the rest of the hoops season in the interest of leaving his knee alone.

    I can't blame him when he's looking at a college career in football rather than basketball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelPops View Post
    I noticed Ginn was limited tonite. Good D?
    I don't think he saw that type of defense on him all year. He managed 4 shots. Cov Cath followed him and I thought CJ and Michael did a good job ensuring he didn't touch the ball in scoring position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    Was CovCath nice in this one? I would have thought this would have been a 40-point margin
    I too thought this would be a bigger margin. Conner was scrappy and didn't roll over.
    It was closer (within 13) until midway through the 3rd when CCH pulled away.

    CCH did a good job getting 8 players quality minutes and 10 players got into the scoring column.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    I'm hearing Cov Cath's AJ Mayer may well be sitting out for the rest of the hoops season in the interest of leaving his knee alone.

    I can't blame him when he's looking at a college career in football rather than basketball.
    He is contemplating it.

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