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    Dixie Heights 43 Simon Kenton 41

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    First time watching both teams. I really like how Dixie's big guy plays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nees1212 View Post
    First time watching both teams. I really like how Dixie's big guy plays.
    Reed Bradfield, has improved a ton over the last few years. Works hard in the off season on his body and agility. Great kid.

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    Dixie Heights 43, Simon Kenton 41
    Simon Kenton (10-9)–Contrell 6 2 16, Fries 6 1 13, Sammons 1 0 2, Kelch 3 4 10. Totals: 16 7 41.
    Dixie Heights (14-6)–Meyer 4 3 12, Plitzuweit 0 2 2, Schreck 2 5 10, Thornberry 3 1 10, Bradfield 4 1 9. Totals: 13 12 43.
    Halftime: DH 26-20. 3-pointers: DH 5 (Thornberry 3, Meyer, Schreck); SK 2 (Contrell 2).

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    Four guys in the boxscore won't get it done. Did Hawkins have a bad shooting night or were his shots limited?

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    I don't get to see all the games. JC was kept completely silent? What's happening that he is the leading scorer one game and gets blanked another? By this time in the season there should be some consistency and rhythm to the offense. Anyone whose at every game able to share insight?

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