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    Knochelman DNP (sick).
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    Free Throws

    Cov Cath 21/28
    Holy Cross 9/13

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    Cool to see JP Macura and a bunch of X players there to support Walter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baseball Nut 24 View Post
    Maybe give the Holy Cross kids a little credit for playing hard throughout. Cov Cath played a solid game it wasn't like they mailed it in. Some people are funny with their analysis.

    Good luck to both teams next week.
    Why are people funny with their analysis? No one truly thought this game would be in doubt with most picking CovCath by 28 to whatever. I am sure you are disappointed, but donít call people funny because they are spot on in their analysis.

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    OK Tiger. Spot on analysis my bad. No one said or thought game would be in doubt.

    Not disappointed at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluesport View Post
    CCH was sloppy tonight, but a win is a win.
    CCH was only sloppy for half of Q3 when they let HC cut into an 18 point halftime lead and maybe when the end of the bench subbed in late in Q4.

    They dominated the first two quarters and were completely on their A game scoring 28 pts in Q1.

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    Its a shame Knochelmann did not play. I don't think the outcome is changed, but I do think it definitely affects you when your 6'8" center is not there and your next tallest guy is 6'1" going against a 7 footer.

    Plus, looking around the region, I think Knochelmann has flown under the radar but is probably the best returning true "5" in the 9th next year. I'd like to see Holy Cross get a favorable draw and make a little run in the tourney. Indians have had a good year and, giving credit where credit's due, I think Schrand has done a nice job this year, hasn't tried to make Nolan into the only scorer, and has let Knochlmann, Niehaus and Zimmerman show they are good athletes and players. Well done boys, and Coach Schrand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SECRules View Post
    CCH was only sloppy for half of Q3 when they let HC cut into an 18 point halftime lead and maybe when the end of the bench subbed in late in Q4.

    They dominated the first two quarters and were completely on their A game scoring 28 pts in Q1.
    I saw the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baseball Nut 24 View Post
    Maybe give the Holy Cross kids a little credit for playing hard throughout. Cov Cath played a solid game it wasn't like they mailed it in. Some people are funny with their analysis.

    Good luck to both teams next week.
    Congrats to the Indians on a nice season. Good luck at Regionals.

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    Agree on giving deserved props to HC. It was a physical size mismatch. HC had to shoot from literally 25-30 feet all night (no exaggeration), and they confidently made shots with long guys running at them. They can really shoot it deep.

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    C.J. Frederick 27 points (3-3 from 3s and 7-12) 4 assists! No doubt in my mind he should be Mr. Basketball, best player in the region and state!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Mitchell View Post
    Its a shame Knochelmann did not play. I don't think the outcome is changed, but I do think it definitely affects you when your 6'8" center is not there and your next tallest guy is 6'1" going against a 7 footer.

    Plus, looking around the region, I think Knochelmann has flown under the radar but is probably the best returning true "5" in the 9th next year. I'd like to see Holy Cross get a favorable draw and make a little run in the tourney. Indians have had a good year and, giving credit where credit's due, I think Schrand has done a nice job this year, hasn't tried to make Nolan into the only scorer, and has let Knochlmann, Niehaus and Zimmerman show they are good athletes and players. Well done boys, and Coach Schrand.
    Just a shame things didn't happen like this last year at HC. Would've been a lot better team. I am happy to see the success these players have had this year.

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